Beijing’s suspension of coal imports that have helped prop up the North prompted a furious response, a sign that relations may have reached a breaking point.
While there is much ink spilled over the hunt for VR’s “killer app,” over the past year a number of social apps have emerged out of the VR community that seek to highlight the unparalleled opportunities for collaboration offered by VR. One of the first to balance the potential for fun and productivity is Bigscreen. The company, which has achieved sizable popularity amongst… Read More
The substance, classified as a chemical weapon and kept for decades in the arsenals of many militaries, has never been used in combat.
Self-driving trucking startup Embark is revealing its tech for the first time, showing off a competitor for Uber’s Otto that uses neural networks and deep learning to teach trucks how to drive themselves through their own processes of practice and trial and error. Embark’s trucks are also approved to test on Nevada roads, hence the desert scenery you see in the video above, and in… Read More
Top U.S. officials held a news conference in Mexico City as policy announcements from the White House continue to enrage the Mexican public.
So much for sticking “nuclear weapons” in carriers’ dumb pipes. Shine, last year’s enfant terrible of mobile ad blocking is pivoting (again!) — in both tone of voice and business model. It’s also rebranding to, er, Rainbow. Read More
The Malaysian police said the substance, listed as a chemical weapon, had been identified from samples taken from the skin and eye of the North Korean leader’s estranged half brother.
People in government are organizers and hustlers with deep industry knowledge and skills that are applicable across a variety of roles in tech. Read More