Emerging Tech

A company that uses artificial intelligence to detect firearms in active shooting settings has been awarded a US$1.25 million grant by the U.S. Air Force to integrate the technology into existing unmanned aerial vehicles

Called Creative Reality Studio, the self-service applications can turn the image of a face into video, complete with speech

At Intel’s Mobileye facility in Israel I saw a future that suggests that a combination of electric cars and autonomous driving will lead to a far better personal transportation future. Let’s talk about that this week

A new search engine powered by artificial intelligence and natural language processing is offering an alternative to the lists of web pages making up the results of a typical online search.

Advances in technology are spreading through law enforcement centers nationwide to help police departments better solve crimes and protect public safety. We scoped out the broader view of how law enforcement is using technology for the common good.

Starlink and T-Mobile are publicizing a yet non-existent service that should make Apple's satellite service look like it escaped from the modem years. These all follow AST SpaceMobile which will be putting up its first 4/5G satellite next year to begin its coverage

Apple refreshed its iPhone, Watch and AirPods product lines at an online event Sept. 7, as well as introducing a new Ultra watch for activity in challenging environments. Here's a roundup of the highlights

As consumers continue to explore virtual shopping in the metaverse, two companies forge the path for shoppers with platforms that make e-commerce more inviting by bringing 3D virtual showrooms and virtual try on rooms to reality

Lunar Energy, run by ex-Tesla executive Kunal Girotra, appears to be one of the first next-generation solar companies focused more on electrical efficiency than generation. It's an early version of a coming wave of solar companies that will increasingly branch off from solar generation to energy man...

Having trouble understanding that person at the end of the support line you’ve called to get some customer service? A Silicon Valley company wants to make those kinds of problems a thing of the past

Let’s talk about Qualcomm, gaming evolution, and the bottlenecks that currently prevent the expansion from consoles and PCs to more mobile devices and the cloud — and video game trends. Then we’ll close with the product of the week, which is arguably the best gaming smartphone on the market

The Handwrytten app is part of an automated CRM tool that lets businesses — and individuals with an entrepreneurial passion — integrate computerized automation with personalized handwritten notes to customers. The result is a novel approach to updating one of marketing’s best-known strategies ...

The next generation web — Web3 — has been hailed as more secure than the current incarnation of cyberspace, but a new report warns that may not be so

Let’s look at how Nvidia and Disney can, and should, showcase their strengths at the forefront of the metaverse. Then we’ll close with the product of the week: the HP Elite Dragonfly G3 laptop

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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