Inclusively designed washing machine that takes a new ‘angle’ on doing laundry

Taking everyday home appliances and turning them into inclusive design products is an art and the world needs more of it! While most kitchen appliances have become smarter, tasks like vacuuming the house or doing laundry, require the user to be completely able which makes a lot of people dependent on others. Slip Wash is a concept design for a laundry machine that aims to solve this issue and make independent living possible for wheelchair users.The usual washing machine takes up more space with...
Tags: Home, Design, Technology, Lifestyle, Appliances, Washing Machine, Bathroom, Product Design, Inclusive Design, Clothes Washing, Inclusive/Special Needs, Inclusive Product

Huawei Beats Apple to Become World’s Second Largest Smartphone Maker

Huawei’s race to take the smartphone crown from Samsung got a little bit tighter in the fourth quarter of last year as the Chinese company finally overtook Apple to secure the number two spot. This... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Apple, Photography, Samsung, Huawei, Photography News, Huawei Beats Apple

404 clean up

After putting the new site on my own server in the root of, replacing squarespace, I got to see the amount of traffic my 10-year-plus blog is actually getting. First, I thought that I was under attack, but they all seem legitimate Google searches that keep on coming and coming.Over the years, I have moved my blog across various platforms, and now I could see that the link conversion did not work very well, a huge amount of 404 / page not found errors. I let the server log run for ...
Tags: Google, Speaking, SlideMagic

More Than a Thousand Scientists Have Built the Most Detailed Picture of Cancer Ever

An anonymous reader quotes a report from the BBC: More than a thousand scientists have built the most detailed picture of cancer ever in a landmark study. They said cancer was like a 100,000-piece jigsaw, and that until today, 99% of the pieces were missing. Their studies, published in the journal Nature, provide an almost complete picture of all cancers. They could allow treatment to be tailored to each patient's unique tumor, or develop ways of finding cancer earlier. The Pan-Cancer Analysis o...
Tags: Tech, Bbc, Francis Crick, Pan Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes Consortium, Peter Van Loo

Theme Park Bits: Patrick Mahomes Goes to Disney World, 3-D Maps of Disney Parks, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: The Super Bowl LIV champ goes to Disney. Look at 3-D versions of the Disney Parks via Apple Maps. And more! If there’s one thing you must know about me, it’s that I’m a longtime Buffalo Bills fan. (Stop laughing.) If there’s a second thing you must know about me, it’s that I’m a longtime New York Mets fan. (I said stop laughing.) What do those teams have to do with theme parks? Well, with the conclusion of Super Bowl LIV, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterb...
Tags: Google, Movies, Disney, Tokyo, Buffalo Bills, Theme Parks, Cinderella, Kansas City Chiefs, Walt Disney World, Apple Maps, New York Mets, Orlando, Disney World, Mahomes, Chiefs, Minnie

Windows Search Went Down For Hours Because of a Microsoft Services Outage

Microsoft's built-in Windows search went down for more than three hours today due to access and latency issues "with multiple Microsoft 365 services." While the issues have since been resolved, it comes just days after Microsoft's Teams service experienced a widespread outage after the company forgot to renew a SSL certificate. The Verge reports: Windows search is built into Microsoft's latest Windows 10 operating system, and it started presenting blank search results for apps or any other searc...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech

The Mysterious Disappearance of Google's Click Metric

In Google's recent end-of-the-year 2019 financial report, the company for the first time disclosed the revenues for YouTube and its Google Cloud unit. However, as Tom Foremski writes via ZDNet, "Google removed key metrics that have been included for more than 15 years: How much money it makes per click (Cost-per-Click (CPC)) and the growth of paid clicks." From the report: These monetization metrics are typically found on the second page of every quarterly earnings release from Google -- which u...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Tech, Cpc, Google Cloud, Tom Foremski, ZDNet Google

NYPD to Launch a Totally Reliable iOS App to Log Police Activity That Will Definitely Work as Intended

The New York Police Department is replacing the memo books used by over 30,000 officers to track everything from patrol assignments and 911 calls to arrest records with an iOS app, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.Read more...
Tags: Ios, Apps, Science, Technology, Crime, Privacy, Police, Cybersecurity, Surveillance, Law Enforcement, New York Times, Nypd, New York Police Department

An Introduction To a New PowerBooster Technology LiFi

One breakthrough technology that is making a lot of buzz in the digital arena is the “LiFi.” It sounds similar to WiFi, isn’t it? However, both of them are completely different technologies to work with. Light Fidelity technology, aka LiFi, Read more… The post An Introduction To a New PowerBooster Technology LiFi appeared first on Internet Marketing, Guest Post, B2B Marketing, Latest Technology, SEM, SEO Tips.
Tags: Security, Technology, Seo, Innovation, Telecom, Aviation, Lighting, Lifi, Telecom News Updates, Traffic Management, Telecom Services updates, IT Hardware, LiFi technology, Medical Applications

The best LGBTQ dating apps for Android and iOS

Whether it's just a date or something a little more serious, here are the best LGBT dating apps available.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Apps, Lgbt, Trends, Social Media, Best Of, Tier 4

Ancestry lays off 6% of staff as consumer genetic testing market continues to decline

Excitement in the consumer genetic testing market continues to show signs of slowing down. In the past two weeks layoffs have hit two of the biggest consumer genetic testing services — 23andme and Ancestry — with the latter announcing that it would slash its staff by 6% earlier today, in a blog post. CNBC first reported the news. In her blogpost announcing the layoffs, Ancestry chief executive Margo Georgiadis wrote: … over the last 18 months, we have seen a slowdown in consumer demand across...
Tags: TC, Biology, Law, Dna, US, Color, Tech, Genetics, United States, Genetic Testing, Director, Cnbc, 23andMe, Illumina, Ancestry, T.rowe Price

Topical and Tangential Content | How to Boost Your Organic Traffic

If the rise of the content marketing industry in the last decade has shown us anything, it’s that the right content, in the right consumer’s hands, can significantly impact a business’s bottom line.  Of course, content can create cash flow in a number of ways, but one valuable application is by boosting organic search traffic .  So how can a brand boost its organic rankings? By giving Google what it wants.   The idea is pretty simple: Google really wants end-users (like you and me) to f...
Tags: Google, Marketing, B2b, Authority, Content Strategy, Digital Marketing, B2b Content Marketing, Organic Traffic, Tangential Content, Topical Content

Write Google Scripts using Modern JavaScript ES6

Google Apps Script has received a significant upgrade ever since it was first released to the public more than a decade ago. Apps Script now uses the V8 JavaScript Engine - it is the same runtime that is used inside the Google Chrome browser and the popular Node.js environment.This essentially means:Developers can write code using modern JavaScript syntax like Arrow Functions, Classes, Array Destructuring, Template Literals and more.The V8 Engine is fast, powerful and continuously improving, It ...
Tags: Google, Seo, Code, Mozilla, Archives, Google Apps Script, Eric Koleda, G Suite services SpreadsheetApp, Mozilla Docs MDN, Maximilian Schwarzmüller Wes Bos, Stephen Grider

Big Twins & DirtyDiggs – “No Hesitation” (Video)

Queensbridge’s own Big Twins heads to sunny L.A. to visit his collaborators, production duo DirtyDiggs, in their appropriately grimy new video for “No Hesitation.” The video stems from the emcee’s collaborative EP with Dirty Diggs, whose past work includes credits with Roc Marciano, Westside Gunn, Conway The Machine, and Camp Lo. The project, Queensbridge, features guest appearances from Planet Asia and Godfather Pt. III, among others, and serves as the followup to Twins’ great 2018 album, Gr...
Tags: Google, Videos, Asia, Jazz, Twins, Diggs, Dirtydiggs, Big Twins, Roc Marciano Westside Gunn Conway The Machine

Google Slaps Face-Recognition Firm Clearview With a Cease-and-Desist Letter (gizmodo)

Clearview AI, a controversial face recognition start-up, whose customers include hundreds of U.S. law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, has been served cease-and-desist letters by Google and its subsidiary YouTube.Read more... [Author: Dell Cameron]
Tags: Google, News, Fbi, ClearView, Dell Cameron, Google Slaps Face Recognition Firm Clearview With

Google Releases a Tool To Spot Faked and Doctored Images

Jigsaw, a technology incubator at Google, has released an experimental platform called Assembler to help journalists and front-line fact-checkers quickly verify images. MIT Technology Review reports: Assembler combines several existing techniques in academia for detecting common manipulation techniques, including changing image brightness and pasting copied pixels elsewhere to cover up something while retaining the same visual texture. It also includes a detector that spots deepfakes of the type...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Tech, MIT Technology Review

The best meditation apps for 2020

Meditation can help alleviate mental and physical stress. Here are some of the best meditation apps for 2020.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Android, Mobile, Apps, Trends, Meditation, Health & Fitness

Plans for first all-electric UK bus town revealed

Local authorities can bid for the money to pay for a new fleet of up to 200 electric buses.
Tags: UK, Tech

Company-builder Antler passes $75M raised after investment from Schroders and Ferd

Antler is a ‘company builder’ which emerged a couple of years ago, running startup generator programs and investing from an early-stage, bringing together a heady mix of technologists, product builders, and operators together with its own technology stack. Now, plenty of ‘company builders’ have come and gone. It’s a bit like Apocalypse Now: everyone goes in thinking they will come up with the major formula to spit out startups at a prodigious rate and they come out screaming “The Horror! The Hor...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Europe, Japan, New York, London, Money, Indonesia, Finance, Singapore, Tech, Ceo, Economy, Amsterdam, Sydney, Stockholm

The Irishman: How we made the actors decades younger

How actors Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci were digitally de-aged.
Tags: Tech, Joe Pesci, Robert De Niro Al Pacino

NSPCC urges Facebook to stop encryption plans

The social media giant is facing a backlash over plans to encrypt messages across its platforms.
Tags: Facebook, Tech, NSPCC

Airbnb's chief strategy officer reveals how the company sets goals that keep it resilient and help it escape the tech backlash

Airbnb's chief strategy officer Nathan Blecharczyk said the company had a new strategy around setting goals. The company identified two to three principles for each of its five stakeholder groups, and created one to three metrics for measuring progress against those principles, he said. The new goal-setting strategy is meant to encourage employees to make decisions with stakeholders in mind. "You have to do well by all the folks in the ecosystem," Blecharczyk said. Visit Business Insider's hom...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Trends, New York Times, Airbnb, Vmware, Arun Sundararajan, Nathan Blecharczyk, Blecharczyk, New York University Stern School of Business, Airbnb Join

Apple’s tvOS 13 and the Apple TV app: Everything you need to know

Much-requested design changes and features, including a new Control Center and multi-user support
Tags: Apple, Trends, Apple TV, Home Theater, Streaming Video, Control Center, Movies & TV, WWDC 2019, Apple Event June 2019

Google Cloud makes strides but still has a long way to go

In earnings reported this week, Alphabet announced that Google Cloud generated a robust $2.61 billion for the quarter, a number that includes revenue from both Google Cloud Platform and G Suite. That puts the division on a nice little run rate of $10.44 billion. It feels like a lot until you consider that Microsoft had a combined software and infrastructure cloud revenue run rate of $12.5 billion in , while AWS reported almost $10 billion for the quarter. While Google is not even close to th...
Tags: Google, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Microsoft, Tech, Alphabet, Diane Greene, Mueller, Constellation Research, Google Cloud, Holger Mueller, Cloud Market Share, Thomas Kurian, TechCrunch Alphabet

Scientists built an AI to figure out what the universe is made of

A multi-university team of researchers from Japan recently used the world’s fastest astrophysics-simulation supercomputers to develop an AI system capable of predicting the structure of the universe itself. The scientists hope that in doing so they’ll unlock the mysteries surrounding dark matter and dark energy. Dubbed “Dark Emulator,” the AI system parses gigantic troves of astrophysics data and uses the information to build simulations of our universe. It taps into a massive database full of i...
Tags: Startups, Space, Japan, Science, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Neural

The best Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 cases and covers

The delicate Galaxy Tab S6 needs the protection of a high-quality tablet case. Here are some of our favorites.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Samsung, Trends, Buying Guides, Tablet Cases, Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Apple Brings iCloud Photos and More To Android With New Web-Based Apps

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: With no fanfare or public announcement, Apple has launched a mobile version of its Web-based interface for accessing iCloud services like Notes, Reminders, and Photos. Located at just like the desktop version, this mobile site works on the default browsers for both iOS and Android devices (with some caveats for the latter) and has a more limited scope than users already saw on the desktop Web. That smaller scope starts with the We...
Tags: Apple, Tech

Microsoft fixes Windows 10 search bar fault

Microsoft has rectified an issue, which made it harder for users to find files on PCs.
Tags: Microsoft, Tech

Google Chrome Takes Aim at Intrusive Video Ads

Google Chrome users will soon be exposed to fewer intrusive video ads. Product manager Jason James said in a blog post) Wednesday that the Coalition for Better Ads, which was created by ad trade associations to develop the Better Ads Standards, revealed a new set of standards for ads that are shown while people consume...
Tags: Google, Advertising, Coalition for Better Ads, Better Ads Standards, Jason James, Social Pro Daily

PayPal Holds Payments to Magazine's Staff After Publisher Mentioned Article on Iran in Notes

What happens when PayPal, the Treasury Department, and a New York magazine walk into a bar together? Nothing good!Read more...
Tags: New York, Science, Technology, North Korea, Iran, Paypal, Mobile Payments, Payments, Cuba, Sanctions, Stripe, Venmo, Treasury Department, Office of Foreign Assets Control, PayPal the Treasury Department

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