Blog

anatoliykv
02.05.2019
Home rubric No Comments

Amazon says fully automated shipping warehouses are at least a decade away

Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The future of Amazon’s logistics network will undoubtedly involve artificial intelligence and robotics, but it’s an open question at what point AI-powered machines will be doing a majority of the work. According to Scott Anderson, the company’s director of robotics fulfillment, the point at which an Amazon warehouse is fully, […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
01.05.2019
Home rubric No Comments

Apple Pay is coming to New York City’s MTA transit system this summer

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge It’s been nearly two years since we wrote that New York City would finally be upgrading its transit system to take “tap-to-pay” contactless payments, but Apple’s Tim Cook says it’s finally coming true — on the company’s Q2 earnings call today, the CEO told investors that Apple […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
30.04.2019
Home rubric No Comments

Samsung says Galaxy S10 sold better than the company’s plummeting profit suggests

Photo by James Bareham / The Verge Samsung Electronics warned investors it was going to make a lot less money this quarter, and sure enough, the company just reported first-quarter earnings that show profits slid 60 percent compared to last year, from 15.64 trillion won (roughly $13.4 billion) to just 6.2 trillion won (about $5.3 […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
29.04.2019
Home rubric No Comments

Apple explains why it’s cracking down on third-party screen time and parental control apps

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Following the introduction of Apple’s iOS Screen Time feature, a number of app developers who created screen-tracking and parental control apps have been asked to change their products, or have been booted from the App Store completely, according to a new report in The New York Times. […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
28.04.2019
Home rubric No Comments

Overcast introduces new clip-sharing feature

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Overcast is one of the best podcasting apps out there, and it’s introducing a new feature that should make it even more useful to listeners: the ability to share clips of episodes to share online. The app’s latest update allows users to converts an excerpt of a […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
27.04.2019
Home rubric No Comments

DJI denies that it’s discontinuing its iconic Phantom drones

See the picture at the top of this post? I don’t need to tell you that’s a DJI Phantom, because you already know. It’s an instantly recognizable, practically prototypical drone design that’s attracted imitators around the world — and now, rumor has it that owner DJI is killing it off for good. Well, it’s a […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
26.04.2019
Home rubric No Comments

iFixit pulls Galaxy Fold teardown at Samsung’s request

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge What in the world is going on over at Samsung in the wake of the Galaxy Fold delay? The whole situation keeps refusing to normalize, and instead gets weirder nearly every day. The latest is that iFixit has decided to honor a Samsung request to pull its […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
25.04.2019
Home rubric No Comments

Verizon confirms the next Galaxy Note will have 5G

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you follow phones, this won’t be surprising to hear — the next Galaxy Note, presumably called the Galaxy Note 10, will support 5G cellular networks. There are so very many reasons why this makes perfect sense, including: It’s always been the company’s everything-but-the-kitchen-sink superphone, so how […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
24.04.2019
Home rubric No Comments

AT&T is now telling customers the Galaxy Fold will ship on June 13th

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge After Samsung delayed the launch of the Galaxy Fold, there are a few hanging questions. What caused the screens the break, and what will Samsung do to change the Fold’s design? But for those who preordered the device and are not put off by all the drama […]

READ MORE
anatoliykv
23.04.2019
Home rubric No Comments

AT&T’s 5G E marketing ploy is turning out to be a disaster

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge AT&T may have just amicably settled a false advertising lawsuit with Sprint over its “5G Evolution” branding, but the company’s apparent marketing strategy here is proving to be a disaster. Rather than taking a victory lap for arriving at real 5G faster than its US competitors — AT&T’s […]

READ MORE
1 2 3 4 5 11