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Arm Ltd on Oct 8 said it was partnering with Microsoft Corp to create tools that will help software developers transfer data from tiny sensor chips to Microsoft's cloud computing service.
Google's new Sound Notifications feature aims to alert users with hearing difficulties about important sounds around the house.
Ken Kutaragi, the legendary inventor of the PlayStation gaming console, is taking on one of the hardest jobs in robotics. And he’s getting paid nothing to do it.
Singapore’s Ebb & Flow Group took an unusual route to creating one of its most popular food items: analysing more than 200,000 data points to predict customer preference and potential demand.
The private sector, as well as the US military, is trying to figure out how to store and ship vaccines at temperatures as low as -80°C (-112°F). But there’s another possibility – and it relies on thousands of people playing an online game.
As the world grows more and more digital, and as remote working and remote learning increasingly become the way of life, Huawei’s IdeaHub is the device to help businesses, governments, and individuals alike settle into the next normal.
Facebook on Oct 19 unveiled software based on machine learning which the company said was the first to be able to translate from any of 100 languages without relying on English.
Temperature checks and plexiglass barriers between desks can’t prevent one of the most dangerous workplace behaviors for the spread of Covid-19 – the irresistible desire to mingle.
Robots will destroy 85 million jobs at mid-sized to large businesses over the next five years as the Covid-19 pandemic accelerates changes in the workplace likely to exaggerate inequalities, a World Economic Forum (WEF) study has found.
Adobe Inc debuted a software tool to help media creators prove their images are real, the latest move by the maker of Photoshop to combat the spread of deepfake technology.