In an effort to spread the wealth and make everyone smarter, Google has decided to open source their machine learning system, TensorFlow, making it possible for anyone and everyone to access the huge potential benefits of Deep Learning.
Los Angeles has announced a new partnership with electronics giant Philips to build 100 4G LTE streetlights, capable of connection you to the Internet. The deal is part of a larger collaboration to build sustainable and efficient energy in…
Google just introduced offline navigation and search. "Now you can download an area of the world to your phone, and the next time you find there’s no connectivity ... Google Maps will continue to work seamlessly,"
Apple CEO Tim Cook has warned the UK government that forcing companies to add back doors to end-to-end encryption, may have serious consequences. The UK is considering the Investigatory Powers Bill, which includes this rule.
On Monday, Prime Minister David Cameron pledged "fast broadband" to everyone living in his country, noting that all of his country's citizens have "the legal right to request a connection to broadband with speeds of 10Mbps."
A commercial court in Brussels ordered Facebook to stop tracking non-users of the social network. Unsurprisingly, Facebook plans to appeal the decision, though it's unknown when exactly the appeal will be heard.
A new campaign spearheaded by Oxfam and Almighty Digital Media reveals the dark underbelly of the poultry industry in an initiative ominously titled "Lives on the Line: The high human cost of chicken."
Pinterest's new visual search tool is like facial recognition ... but for furniture. Just as Shazam lets you identify unfamiliar songs that you're listening to, Pinterest now lets you identify unfamiliar objects.
A 2012 Harvard Business School study showed that non-black hosts charged 12 percent more than black ones, and in a recent study regarding Asian-American hosts, this discrepancy is even more pronounced.