April 21, 2021

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  • Daily Crunch: Apple announces a new iPad Pro and much more
    by Anthony Ha on April 21, 2021 at 1:00 am

    Apple announces new devices, Amazon opens a hair salon and Venmo adds cryptocurrency support. This is your Daily Crunch for April 20, 2021. The big story: Apple announces a new iPad Pro and much more Apple revealed a bunch of new products at its press event today. As expected, there’s going to be a new

  • All the electric vehicles that stood out at the Shanghai Auto Show
    by Kirsten Korosec on April 20, 2021 at 11:56 pm

    The 19th annual Shanghai Auto Show delivered a bevy of electric and tech-centric vehicles this year. Chinese, European and U.S. automakers showed off their latest offerings in every price segment, from the budget-minded ​​Wuling Hong Guang Mini via a joint venture between SAIC Motor Corp., General Motors Co. and Liuzhou Wuling Motors Co. to the

  • Apple event fails to save the company’s stock from broader market sell-off
    by Alex Wilhelm on April 20, 2021 at 11:45 pm

    Today’s Apple event, chock-full of the company’s products that will help decide whether the company meets, exceeds or undershoots Wall Street expectations for its future growth and performance, had little to no impact on its share price. By now this is the theme: Apple announces a slew of new products, services, software or peripherals, and

  • UK’s IoT ‘security by design’ law will cover smartphones too
    by Natasha Lomas on April 20, 2021 at 11:01 pm

    Smartphones will be included in the scope of a planned “security by design” U.K. law aimed at beefing up the security of consumer devices, the government said today. It made the announcement in its response to a consultation on legislative plans aimed at tackling some of the most lax security practices long-associated with the Internet

  • Netflix blames ‘lighter content slate’ for slowing subscriber growth
    by Anthony Ha on April 20, 2021 at 8:35 pm

    Netflix added 4 million net new subscribers in the first quarter of 2021, bringing its total subscriber base to 207.6 million, according to its latest earnings report. Any year-over-year comparison was inevitably going to make this latest quarter seem disappointing, since Netflix grew by an unprecedented rate (15.77 million net new subscribers) during the same

  • NASA has just flown a helicopter on Mars for the first time
    by Charlotte Jee on April 19, 2021 at 1:52 pm

    The news: NASA has flown an aircraft on another planet for the first time. On Monday, April 19, Ingenuity, a 1.8-kilogram drone helicopter, took off from the surface of Mars, flew up about three meters, then swiveled and hovered for 40 seconds. The historic moment was livestreamed on YouTube, and Ingenuity captured the photo above…

  • Inside the rise of police department real-time crime centers
    by Rowan Moore Gerety on April 19, 2021 at 9:00 am

    At a conference in New Orleans in 2007, Jon Greiner, then the chief of police in Ogden, Utah, heard a presentation by the New York City Police Department about a sophisticated new data hub called a “real time crime center.” Reams of information rendered in red and green splotches, dotted lines, and tiny yellow icons…

  • NASA has selected SpaceX’s Starship as the lander to take astronauts to the moon
    by Neel V. Patel on April 16, 2021 at 9:13 pm

    Later this decade, NASA astronauts are expected to touch down on the lunar surface for the first time in decades. When they do, according to an announcement made by the agency, they’ll be riding inside SpaceX’s Starship vehicle. NASA’s award of a $2.9 billion contract to build Starship, first reported by the Washington Post on…

  • Geoffrey Hinton has a hunch about what’s next for AI
    by Siobhan Roberts on April 16, 2021 at 10:00 am

    Back in November, the computer scientist and cognitive psychologist Geoffrey Hinton had a hunch. After a half-century’s worth of attempts—some wildly successful—he’d arrived at another promising insight into how the brain works and how to replicate its circuitry in a computer. “It’s my current best bet about how things fit together,” Hinton says from his…

  • The $1 billion Russian cyber company that the US says hacks for Moscow
    by Patrick Howell O'Neill on April 15, 2021 at 6:09 pm

    The hackers at Positive Technologies are undeniably good at what they do. The Russian cybersecurity firm regularly publishes highly-regarded research, looks at cutting edge computer security flaws, and has spotted vulnerabilities in networking equipment, telephone signals, and electric car technology.  But American intelligence agencies have concluded that this $1 billion company—which is headquartered in Moscow,…

  • Building a high-performance data and AI organization
    by MIT Technology Review Insights on April 15, 2021 at 12:53 pm

    CxOs and boards recognize that their organization’s ability to generate actionable insights from data, often in real-time, is of the highest strategic importance. If there were any doubts on this score, consumers’ accelerated flight to digital in this past crisis year have dispelled them. To help them become data driven, companies are deploying increasingly advanced…

  • Why is it so hard to review the Johnson & Johnson vaccine? Data.
    by Cat Ferguson on April 15, 2021 at 9:00 am

    The future of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson covid vaccine remains in limbo after an advisory panel recommended taking a deeper look into reports of rare—and sometimes fatal—side effects. The US Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration advised suspension of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Tuesday, after reports that six…

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