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NYC subway denies using ‘real-time face recognition screens’ in Times Square

April 20, 2019 0

The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority has denied suggestions that it’s putting facial recognition cameras in the subway, saying that a trick designed to scare

Audi’s first electric car reportedly delayed again because of a battery shortage

April 20, 2019 0

Audi has reportedly delayed deliveries of its first flagship electric vehicle, the E-tron, because of issues securing enough batteries from supplier LG Chem, according to

Amazon is now making its delivery drivers take selfies

April 20, 2019 0

Amazon is now making its delivery drivers take selfies, it confirmed to The Verge, in a bid to reduce fraud. Using facial recognition, the company

Leica censored in China for ad that dramatizes the Tiananmen Square protests

April 20, 2019 0

German camera maker Leica is facing heat from Chinese censors and nationalistic internet users who are leaving angry comments after it launched an ad dramatizing

Microsoft faces down a new claim that pro-diversity hiring isn’t fair to white men

April 20, 2019 0

Microsoft employees have been using an internal message board to criticize the company’s pro-diversity efforts, referring to the hiring of women and minorities as “discriminatory”

The PDF Association thinks the Mueller report sucks

April 20, 2019 0

When Special Counsel Robert Mueller released his report on Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election yesterday and political wonks across the internet rushed

WannaCry hero pleads guilty to developing banking malware

April 20, 2019 0

Marcus Hutchins, best known for his role in stopping the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack, has pleaded guilty to two charges related to computer hacking conspiracy.

SiriusXM launches new ‘essential’ streaming plan for only $8

April 20, 2019 0

SiriusXM is now offering an $8-per-month streaming music plan that it calls SiriusXM Essential, a bundle of over 300 channels consisting of music, talk radio,

The company behind the dual-screen YotaPhone is bankrupt

April 20, 2019 0

We’ve been following Russia’s YotaPhone since 2012, but it seems like the saga of the power-sipping E Ink-backed dual-screen handset has come to an end.

12 things you must do to prevent eye diseases caused by constant use of smartphones

April 20, 2019 0

While we all are aware that the constant usage of smartphones, tablets and other electronic items have an adverse effect on our eyes, we really

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