According to an NBC News report, ISIS staffs a “24-hour Jihadi Help Desk” designed to support its myriad activities, including but not limited to carrying out terror plots like Friday’s attacks in Paris.
Microsoft and Volvo say they’re working together on autonomous driving technology, with a HoloLens augmented-reality project the first step in a longer-term collaboration.
Samsung’s new phone will include 64GB storage, 3GB RAM, 16 megapixel and 5 megapixel cameras and will run Android Lollipop.
Following news regarding the launch of its own Black Friday store with exclusive deals for Prime members, Amazon announced this morning that it will actually begin selling its holiday deals this Friday, November 20.
Google’s popular photo management utility, Google Photos, now offers an updated version of the app will now help users to free up storage space on their mobile devices by offering them the option to bulk delete photos from their phone.
Google is signaling that it is serious about building an enterprise business. And here is its biggest sign: Alphabet has tapped Diane Greene, a founder and former CEO of the software company VMware, to run it. Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO, announced the move in a blog post. Therein he said Greene, who has been a Google board member since 2012, will take over “all our cloud businesses, including Google for Work, Cloud Platform and Google Apps.”
Despite the new tablet’s processing power and capabilities, it’s still running on mobile software, and developers aren’t totally convinced the economic incentives exist in the App Store for iOS. In short, they feel they wouldn’t be able to charge users the amounts they normally would for a version of their software that runs on a desktop.
New graphene-based sensors could one day be integrated into car windshields and other everyday products.
With the launch of Samsung’s Gear VR, the age of consumer virtual reality is finally here. The $99 headset will be followed by the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Playstation VR. However, the ecosystem needs much more content to blossom.
With less than 24 hours before the release of the album on Friday, the major digital music services were informed that “25” would not be available for streaming, according to three people with direct knowledge of the plans.