Back Technology Monday, December 10, 2018
Search Sections 10 Dec
Close
Advertisement
Canada Moose Cree First Nation to get drone deliveries9h Canada Moose Cree First Nation to get drone deliveries
BBC
They will fly over parcels and necessities to a remote First Nation community in northern Ontario.
 Like Reply

Comments

No comments yet...
Currencies in GBP
EUR 0,90 +0,335%
USD 0,77 +0,784%
CHF 0,78 +0,385%
10h China urges US to withdraw arrest warrant in Canada of Huawei executive
The Guardian
China’s foreign ministry: ‘US seriously violated the lawful rights of the Chinese citizen, and by their nature were extremely nasty’ Amid continuing tension between the two countries over trade, China’s foreign ministry called in the US ambassador on Sunday to lodge a “strong protest” over the
 Like Reply
Huawei arrest: China demands Canada free Meng Wanzhou12h Huawei arrest: China demands Canada free Meng Wanzhou
BBC
The foreign ministry demands Canada release CFO Meng Wanzhou, who faces fraud charges in the US.
 Like Reply
13h Twitter CEO accused of ignoring plight of Rohingya in tweets promoting Myanmar
The Guardian
Jack Dorsey rhapsodised about his 10-day meditation retreat there and encouraged his 4 million followers to visit The CEO of Twitter has faced fierce criticism for promoting Myanmar as a tourist destination in a series of tweets despite hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing human rights abuses that the UN says amounts to genocide in the country. Jack Dorsey told his 4 million followers he had travelled to northern Myanmar last month for a 10-day silent meditation retreat, before encouraging them to visit.
 Like Reply
How to be a spy in the digital age17h How to be a spy in the digital age
BBC
The head of MI6 has just revealed a huge secret - his first ever mission. But being a spy is very different now.
 Like Reply
21h Where is the boundary between your phone and your mind?
The Guardian
As our online existences become less distinct from ‘real life’, experts raise concern about the growing power of big tech Many of the boundary lines in our lives are highly literal, and, for the most part, this is how we’ve been trained to think of boundaries: as demarcations shored up by laws, physical, legal, or otherwise, that indicate exactly where one thing ends and another begins. Here is the border of your property; here is the border of your body; here is the border of a city, a state, a nation – and to cross any of these boundaries without permission is to transgress. But one of the most significant boundary lines in our lives is not this way, and one piece of ubiquitous technology is making this line increasingly permeable and uncertain, at a cost that we may only be starting to comprehend. Here’s a thought experiment: where do you end? Not your body, but you, the nebulous identity you think of as your “self”. Does it end at the limits of your physical form? Or does it include your voice, which can now be heard as far as outer space; your personal and behavioral data, which is spread out across the impossibly broad plane known as digital space; and your active online personas, which probably encompass dozens of different social media networks, text message conversations, and email exchanges?
 Like Reply
21h The 20 best gadgets of 2018
The Guardian
From electric bikes and fold-up drones to combat robots and digital skipping ropes… the year’s most desirable technology Instead of relying on heat, this innovative device employs the Coanda jet-flow effect (which helps keep planes airborne) to wrap and style hair. It requires relearning how to coax your locks, but you can say goodbye to heat damage and singed foreheads.
 Like Reply
How the star of Sheryl Sandberg dimmed26h How the star of Sheryl Sandberg dimmed
BBC
Facebook is in crisis. And the firm's chief operating officer, once the golden girl, is taking the heat.
 Like Reply
On the top

Date settings

Today is Sunday, December 9, 2018

+ 1 -
+ 1 -
+ 2016 -

Close

By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies as described in our cookie policy.

Accept