Originally seen at Techpinions While recently shopping at Costco, I strolled by the notebook computer aisle displaying all Windows machines, and stopped in my tracks. I was struck by how sleek and compact some of the new Windows machines had become, particularly the Lenovo X1 Carbon with its matte black carbon enclosure and the Dell […]
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While conventional wisdom says that Marc Zuckerberg held his own in his appearances before the house and senate committees, I have a different opinion. Clearly he was well prepared and didn’t make any really significant errors in his answers. But after listening to him for two days, I thought he came across as evasive, scripted […]
If you own an iPhone X, read on. This is a very clever app that takes advantage of the 3D sensors built into the camera for face recognition. Bellus3D, Inc. a Silicon Valley startup formed by leading computer vision experts, announced today the Bellus3D FaceApp iPhone X application, a remarkable advancement in face scanning technology. […]
As an early adopter, I’ve been trying to find a good to access my phone safely while driving, particularly for one of it’s most important attributes, navigating. Unfortunately, the auto manufacturers, likely driven by their lawyers, don’t want us to even think of our phones while driving, and relegated them to slots and cubbyholes out […]