Cameras aren’t just for pictures anymore. They’re for helping computers see the world, and helping us see each other. The post Snap’s Spectacles Are the Beginning of a Camera-First Future appeared first on WIRED.
Unable to resist any opportunity to sell you something, the e-commerce leader is opening up brick-and-mortar bookstores. But its online prowess doesn’t yet translate into a very good retail experience.
Since Donald Trump’s victory, a handful of engineers have turned to code in hopes of turning the United States purple. The post Coders Think They Can Burst Your Filter Bubble with Tech appeared first on WIRED.
Another day, another Spectacles vending machine location. This is the fifth place the Snapbot has appeared, to sell its first-person video capturing sunglasses to droves of willing Snapchat fans (or at least people hoping to turn a tidy profit by reselling them on eBay). Today’s spot is in Pasadena, at the Rose Bowl Stadium where there’s a USC/UCLA game later today.
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With Black Friday just around the corner, now is the perfect time to pull the trigger on your long impending iPhone purchase. Thanks to Black Friday, almost all major retailers are offering very attractive deals on the iPhone 7 as well as older models like the iPhone 6s and iPhone SE.
Planning on buying the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, but have some questions about it? To help make your decision easier and to clear all doubts that you have about Apple’s latest iPhones, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions and answered them for you.
The FanDuel and DraftKings merger is confirmed, Amazon Prime Video goes global, Apple is looking into U.S. manufacturing, BuzzFeed is raising a $200 million Series G flat round and Sesame Street’s VC invests in Yup. All this on Crunch Report. Read More Go to Source
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