Category: Tech

The Morning After: Friday, March 10th 2017

The Morning After: Friday, March 10th 2017

Congratulations, you made it.

The week is almost over, but first find out what the new head of the EPA said, the latest info on Gran Turismo Sport and catch up with the real-life person behind Horizon Zero Dawn’s Aloy. …

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Tag Heuer maintains its commitment to Android Wear with a $1,600 modular smartwatch

Tag Heuer maintains its commitment to Android Wear with a $1,600 modular smartwatch

Emboldened by the success of surprise success of its $1,500 Connected smartwatch, Tag Heuer is back with something even more expensive. Starting at around $1,650, the Connected Modular 45 once again finds the luxury Swiss watch maker teaming up with …

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Nvidia, ZF and Hella will team to ensure self-driving cars meet safety standards

Nvidia, ZF and Hella will team to ensure self-driving cars meet safety standards

Auto industry suppliers ZF and Hella are welcoming a third strategic partner to their effort to bring self-driving systems to market for OEM clients. Nvidia is joining the two to help incorporate its own in-car AI technology in a self-driving …

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From fan sites to Twitter, J.K. Rowling’s 20-year relationship with ‘Potter’ fans was something to behold

From fan sites to Twitter, J.K. Rowling’s 20-year relationship with ‘Potter’ fans was something to behold

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For 20 years, J.K. Rowling has been forging a relationship with fans — millions and millions all over the world in a way that can feel deeply, deeply personal (who among us hasn’t tweeted at her …

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AirAsia X flight turned back after mid-air problem leaves cabin ‘shaking like a washing machine’

AirAsia X flight turned back after mid-air problem leaves cabin ‘shaking like a washing machine’

An AirAsia X flight bound for Kuala Lumpur was forced to turn back on Sunday, after a mid-air technical issue left the plane’s cabin shaking like a "washing machine."

Flight D7237 with 359 passengers onboard left Perth at 6:50 a.m. …

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A life-changing year – How Year Up is rethinking internships in corporate America

A life-changing year – How Year Up is rethinking internships in corporate America

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It used to be that internships were mostly about two things: getting coffee and making photocopies.

These days, an internship is an integral part of kick starting a career. It’s a way to get a foot in the …

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Blue Apron will raise $587M in its IPO, valuing itself close to $3B

Blue Apron will raise $587M in its IPO, valuing itself close to $3B

Blue Apron, the meal ingredient delivery service that filed to go public earlier this month, has just priced its IPO. The company will price its shares between $15-$17, hoping to raise a maximum of $586,500,000. Using a $16 midpoint, this …

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Endangered tigers in Thailand may be coming back

Endangered tigers in Thailand may be coming back

Image: DNP/Freeland/Panthera Camera Trap Images

Camera "traps" hidden in eastern Thailand’s forests have captured a pretty spectacular sight: a population of elusive tigers, roaming to and fro. It’s a "welcome sign of hope" for the critically endangered Indochinese tiger, whose …

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Talla service bot lets IT ease into AI

Talla service bot lets IT ease into AI

Talla, a Cambridge, MA startup wants to help companies ease into artificial intelligence, and they have come up with a new service assistant bot that gives companies whatever degree of intelligence-fueled power they are looking for.

The tool, called ServiceAssistant, …

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Transcript: Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi and John Ternus on the state of Apple’s pro Macs

Transcript: Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi and John Ternus on the state of Apple’s pro Macs

Apple invited a handful of journalists to Cupertino to talk about the future of the Mac platform. The Mac Pro is receiving a minor update this week, but the most significant updates are coming later this year, or even later.…

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