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Autopilot system malfunction suspect in Tesla crash that kills driver

Autopilot system malfunction suspect in Tesla crash that kills driver

Walter Huang, an Apple engineer, died when his Tesla Model X SUV crashed into a concrete barrier on U.S. freeway 101 near Mountain View, CA. Huang had complained before his death that the Autopilot function of his Tesla... 
The pros and cons of getting a smart lock for your door

The pros and cons of getting a smart lock for your door

There are digital electronic devices for almost everything today including smart locks for doors to your home or apartment unit. The question is whether or not smart locks are really beneficial compared to the old-fashioned metal... 
Apple has plans for its 2021 iPhones to charge wirelessly

Apple has plans for its 2021 iPhones to charge wirelessly

Apple intends to dispense with the charging plug in its iPhones for its 2021 lineup. They will no longer include a Lightning connector reports Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at TF Securities, which is a financial services group in the... 
The Apple Watch’s awkward days are now over

The Apple Watch’s awkward days are now over

Awkward when it comes to someone who owns an Apple Watch 4 series or older, making the social faux pas of checking the time by having raise or lower their arms in order to access the watch face display. For the first five generations... 
Robots Could Soon Bring Breakfast to College Students All Over the World

Robots Could Soon Bring Breakfast to College Students All Over the World

Earlier this year, a startup known as Starship Technologies launched a brand new service focused on delivering food and other groceries to university students. The pilot program used self-driving robots to bring these goods to... 
Did the US-China Trade War Spark Home Growth Support for Huawei Mobile Phones in China?

Did the US-China Trade War Spark Home Growth Support for Huawei Mobile Phones in China?

Chinese telecom and smartphone giant Huawei announced, this week, revenue growth of 23 percent for the first half of 2019.  This is the first financial report the company has released since the Trump administration launched... 
Google Photos exceeds 1 billion users

Google Photos exceeds 1 billion users

Google Photos was initially announced four years ago in May of 2015 and since then over the last four years has amassed 1 billion users as reported by Fast Company.  At that time Google Photos, Google’s photo and... 
Investigation results reveal two causes in automated vehicle and truck collision in Las Vegas in 2017

Investigation results reveal two causes in automated vehicle and truck collision in Las Vegas in 2017

Luckily there were no injuries or fatalities to the seven passengers and one attendant in the November 8, 2017 Las Vegas self-driving shuttle service vehicle and a commercial truck. And though it was calculated to be a minor collision,... 
More bad press for Huawei: ads end up on Huawei smartphone lock screens

More bad press for Huawei: ads end up on Huawei smartphone lock screens

As if Huawei needs more bad press than it has already been getting after its blacklisting by the US government for criminal actions for breaking the sanctions that were placed against Iran and for extradition requests to the Canadian... 
Do You Have Low-Battery Anxiety or Nomophobia?

Do You Have Low-Battery Anxiety or Nomophobia?

Do you get extremely anxious when your smartphone tells you you’re getting low on battery life? You just may have ‘nomophobia.’ Have you heard of it? I’ve never heard of nomophobia before, but according to an... 
Parental Control App Developers Cry Anti-Competitive Practices Over Apple’s Screen Time Release

Parental Control App Developers Cry Anti-Competitive Practices Over Apple’s Screen Time Release

Apple recently released a report indicating a pan to crack down on third-party screen-time and parental-control apps. This includes some apps that are getting kicked out of the Apple store, for which Apple has issued a formal...