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Sony Corp touted on May 14 the world’s first image sensor with artificial intelligence built in. Calling it the first of its kind, Sony said the technology was intended for retail and industrial applications and has the potential to perform various data-gathering tasks more securely and much faster than existing methods.
Hydrogen has long been touted as a clean alternative to fossil fuels. Now, as major economies prepare green investments to kickstart growth, advocates spy a golden chance to drag the niche energy into the mainstream of a post-pandemic world.
Play-and-keep board game-inspired For The King for PC (with Total War: Shogun 2 expected soon), immersive adventure 57° North for mobile, and child-friendly compendium Gruffalo Games, among our nearly dozen-strong selection of free offers for computer, console, iOS and Android.
We have all suddenly and somewhat unwillingly been ushered into the age of the social video call.
The public may be staying home to avoid Covid-19, but that hasn’t stopped them from joining challenges that are going viral.
The makers of specialised cameras to quickly scan for fevers as people enter crowded workplaces are grappling with soaring demand while confronting supply disruptions, forcing some to prioritize customers such as hospitals, executives told Reuters.
Three video games whose 2020 April Fool's silliness continues past the first of the month: A swords and sorcery makeover for "PUBG”, an abundance of tricksters for homebound Pokémon Go, and a plethora of bugs in Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, plus daylong pranks from Call Of Duty, Overwatch and Apex Legends.
Hundreds of millions of Europeans are getting to grips with weeks of a massively contracted existence under lockdown.
In the suburbs of Dublin on a windy, overcast day in January, several alumni of Airbus and the UK’s Royal Air Force watched as a flying object, shaped a bit like a crouching frog, hovered about 10 meters (33 feet) up in the air.
The mere words intrigue on their own: robot furniture.