Technology News
Face masks break algorithms of facial recognition, says new government research
2020-07-29
According to a new study by the US government agency NIST (The National Institute of Standards and Technology), face masks break up some of the most common facial recognition algorithms. For some algorithms, error rates have increased to between 5% and 50%.
A new private subsea cable is being built by Google from Europe to US
2020-07-29
Google today announced that it intends to build a new subsea cable in New York and Bude, UK. Spain in Europe, and Bilbao. Named after pioneering informatics Grace Hopper, the new cable will connect Google to several other private sub-sea cables like Curie between the US and South America,
With precise 3D audio Apple Glass might have made AR reliable
2020-07-29
Apples AR headset or intelligent "Apple Glass" glasses can provide realistic sound effects in order to overlap the digital imagery of a real-world view by accurately reproducing a sound to a level where a sound originates in 3D.
Xiaomi Smartphone with integrated wireless earbuds is here now
2020-07-28
Xiaomi might envisage the production of a smartphone, perhaps as part of the innovative Mi Mix line that integrates wireless earbuds into the top of the line. The idea behind the Samsung Galaxy Note devices is intriguing. It's like the S Pen style. However, it remains to be seen whether Xiaomi will bring your smartphone with a wireless headset into production.
End of era for the American chip sector in Intel 'stunning failure'
2020-07-28
Santa Clara, California, is the largest chip-maker in the last 30 years, combining the best designs with state-of-the-art plants still operating in the U.S.