Link to These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots from the labs of a University of California, Santa Barbara...

Link to These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots from the labs of a University of California, Santa Barbara...

Link to These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots from the labs of a University of California, Santa Barbara...

Link to These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots have x-ray vision, thanks to WiFi

These robots from the labs of a University of California, Santa Barbara...

Link to Qualcomm boosts its investment in OpenSignal’s phone sensor crowdsourcing tech

Qualcomm boosts its investment in OpenSignal’s phone sensor crowdsourcing tech

OpenSignal uses crowdsourcing to measure 4G network quality today, but its plan is tap all of the sensors in the smartphone to collect data from our surroundings. It’s already started tracking weather. Qualcomm boosts its investment in OpenSignal’s phone sensor crowdsourcing tech originally published by...

Link to Gmail now recognizes email addresses from non-Latin alphabets

Gmail now recognizes email addresses from non-Latin alphabets

Since the beginning of time — or at least since email was invented — most email services have required the use of non-accented characters from the Latin alphabet for each individual’s address. It’s inconvenient for those who don’t natively use that… Powered by WPeMatico

Link to Google spiffs up Compute Engine with new zones but not new regions

Google spiffs up Compute Engine with new zones but not new regions

It’s good that Google Compute Engine is adding new zones to its existing US Central and Asia East data centers, but many want to see more regions come online. Google spiffs up Compute Engine with new zones but not new regions originally published by Gigaom,...

Link to Dish’s upcoming internet TV service gets A+E content, but questions remain

Dish’s upcoming internet TV service gets A+E content, but questions remain

Love History Channel and Lifetime? Then you may be able to watch them on Dish’s upcoming internet TV service — but lots of details are still unclear. Dish’s upcoming internet TV service gets A+E content, but questions remain originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014....

Link to London kicks off free bus WiFi trial on two routes

London kicks off free bus WiFi trial on two routes

It’s safe to say Transport for London (TfL) is pushing hard to equip London’s bus and train networks with their fair share of tech. Not long after it announced the launch date for contactless payments on the Tube, it’s just confirmed that two of the…...

Link to Navdy launches its dashboard heads up display to bring a bit of magic to driving

Navdy launches its dashboard heads up display to bring a bit of magic to driving

The device is built to help drivers never take their eyes off the road–whether they are navigating or answering a call or text message. It will ship early next year. Navdy launches its dashboard heads up display to bring a bit of magic to driving...

Link to In-car heads-up display lets you respond to texts with hand motions and voice

In-car heads-up display lets you respond to texts with hand motions and voice

We’ve seen companies take a few stabs at smartphone-savvy heads-up displays for cars, but they tend to be one-way devices — while they’ll feed you info, you still have to reach for your phone to answer a message or get directions. Navdy may just… Powered...

Link to Motorola exec confirms: Moto X to get Android L software update

Motorola exec confirms: Moto X to get Android L software update

The ol’ Moto X will be learning some new tricks as a Motorola executive has confirmed last year’s flagship phone will get the Android L software update. Motorola exec confirms: Moto X to get Android L software update originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014....

Link to Judge Posner orders estate to pay up over Sherlock Holmes copyright “extortion”

Judge Posner orders estate to pay up over Sherlock Holmes copyright “extortion”

The estate of Arthur Conan Doyle tried to squeeze an editor into paying for Sherlock Holmes works in the public domain. Now the estate will pay instead after Judge Richard Posner blasted “their extortionate game.” Judge Posner orders estate to pay up over Sherlock Holmes...

Link to Dish nabs A&E shows for its streaming television service

Dish nabs A&E shows for its streaming television service

If you’re a Dish customer in need of a prolonged Wahlburgers fix, well, you’re in luck. The satellite TV provider has renewed its deal with A&E Networks to keep all that kooky, faux-informational content flowing into your living rooms. That by itself… Powered by WPeMatico

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