'Threes' artist and friends reveal 'TumbleSeed'

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

From the folks who brought you the deceptively simple indie hits Threes and Ridiculous Fishing comes TumbleSeed — another colorful game with a quirky premise, rolling onto PS4, Steam, macOS and Windows early next year. As developer Benedict Fritz de… Go to Source

Google uses AI to build a better cucumber farm

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

Artificial intelligence technology doesn’t just have to solve grand challenges. Sometimes, it can tackle decidedly everyday problems — like, say, improving a cucumber farm. Makoto Koike has built a cucumber sorter that uses Google’s TensorFlow machi… Go to Source

Bosch and Drop team on smarter kitchen tech

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

Many appliance makers are forming partnerships to drag their lineups into the smart home era, but Bosch’s alliance may be something special. It’s teaming up with Drop (of smart scale fame) to add intelligence to kitchen devices. The two are starting… Go to Source

Half Of People Click Anything Sent To Them

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

Want to know why phishing continues to be one of the most common security issue? Half of the people will click on anything without thinking twice ArsTechnica reports: A study by researchers at a university in Germany found that about half of the subjects in […]

FDA Finds Flaws In Theranos' Zika Tests

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: This past week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration mandated testing for the Zika virus at all U.S. blood centers. That juices demand for Zika-testing technology, but one company that isn’t welcome to provide it yet is […]

Facebook promises to stabilize shaky 360-degree videos

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

Shaky video is already a problem with conventional cameras, but it’s much worse with 360-degree and virtual reality cams. Your bumpy mountain bike ride won’t be so exciting to watch if it makes viewers queasy. However, Facebook might just save the da… Go to Source

SETI's 'Strong Signal' Came From Earth

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Yesterday, it was reported that Russia has detected a strong signal around 11 GHz coming from HD164595, a star nearly identical in mass to the Sun and located about 95 light years away from Earth. Well, long story short the signal came Earth. Ars Technica […]

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