Tag: social media

A Keen-Eyed Robot Goes to Work for a Paralyzed Veteran

Posted on 20th July, by Matt Simon in News. Comments Off

The Human Support Robot makes its way into the real world, giving a paralyzed veteran extra independence.

The 5 Best Apps for Sketching on an iPad Pro: Photoshop Sketch, Procreate, Pixelmator, Concepts, Inspire Pro

Posted on 20th July, by Jordan McMahon in News. Comments Off

We review drawing apps for the iPad Pro and Pencil. Two are free, the rest are between $5 and $8

When the Selfie Turns Sacreligious

Posted on 20th July, by Jason Parham in News. Comments Off

Even the world’s most stunning holy places are overrun with selfie-takers. Has Instagram officially made us all solipsists?

Comic-Con 2017: Black Panther, Joss Whedon and Everything Else We Want to See

Posted on 20th July, by Peter Rubin in News. Comments Off

Another year, another crop of buzzy projects taking the wraps off for superfans. Here’s what we’re geeked on.

Facebook Launches ‘Discover Growth’ Global B2B Ad Campaign

Posted on 20th July, by Richard Adhikari in News. Comments Off

Facebook on Wednesday launched “Discover Growth,” a global ad campaign targeting B2B marketers.
The 30-day U.S. ad campaign, which will target direct-response marketers as well as traditional brands, will run both on and off the Facebook platform. The on-platform campaign reportedly will consist of one ad per day on Facebook, Instagram and the Facebook Audience Network.

The Wearables Giving Computer Vision to the Blind: Aira, eSight, MyEye

Posted on 20th July, by Arielle Pardes in News. Comments Off

From a hacked Google Glass to a VR-like headset, these are the devices empowering the blind.

What’s Next for the ISS? Hell if NASA Knows

Posted on 20th July, by Eric Niiler in News. Comments Off

The giant floating laboratory is in the middle of a bit of a mid-life crisis.

A $70 ‘Worry Stone’ and Other Bizarre Spiritual Products You Can Buy Online

Posted on 20th July, by Charley Locke in News. Comments Off

Photographer Klaus Pichler documents the strange world of online esotericism.

Waiting for the Bus Is About to Get Less Bad

Posted on 20th July, by Aarian Marshall in News. Comments Off

A collaboration between Google and transit tech company TransLoc could bring real-time transportation data to even more agencies.

It’s Time for Amazon to Make a Phone Again

Posted on 20th July, by Brian Barrett in News. Comments Off

Who cares about the Fire Phone flop? If Amazon doesn’t make another phone, it’ll squander its hard-won Alexa lead.