Click takes a look at how virtual reality is being used to help the emergency services find an alternative during the coronavirus pandemic for traditional face-to-face training. -from BBC Click
Check your blood oxygen level. Track your sleep. Take an ECG, anytime. Introducing Apple Watch Series 6. The future of health is on your wrist. -from Apple
Apple’s iOS 14 is full of new features that can make your iPhone more productive—if you can find them. -from WSJ
Developed by the Alibaba DAMO Academy, a global research initiative by Alibaba Group, the delivery robot can carry 50 packages at one time and cover 62 miles (or 100 kilometers) on a single charge.
The massive ring-shaped building is now an iconic symbol of the Apple brand and is a fantastic testament to the company's dedication to effortless design, sustainability, and the future of technology.
WSJ explains how Beijing is pouring money into high-tech chips as it wants to become self-sufficient.
The final iPhone 12 Pro Max details before launch! More part leaks, release date, iOS 14.1 features, iPhone 12s, AirPods 3, Apple Watch 6, AirTags, and more. -from EverythingApplePro
A recent McKinsey study found that AI and Deep Learning could add as much as $3.5 trillion to $5.8 trillion in annual value for companies. -from CNBC
Nearly every company across every industry is looking for new ways to minimize human contact, cut costs and address the labor crunch in repetitive and dangerous jobs. -from WSJ
Autonomous-vehicle road testing has skidded to a halt in the U.S. amid the Covid-19 pandemic. But China’s startups have pushed ahead. - from WSJ
Exclusive access to London Heathrow Airport as they demonstrate the tech they are using to help keep the airport safe from Covid-19. -from BBC Click
The launch of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule to the International Space Station on May 30th marked the first time that NASA astronauts took off from U.S. soil since 2011. -from CNBC
Is your web browsing slow and battery draining? -from WSJ
IBM, Amazon and Microsoft have all stated that they'll either stop developing this tech, or stop selling it to law enforcement until regulations are in place. -from CNBC
Rising 435 metres (1427 feet) from a small site on Manhattan's Billionaire's Row, 111W57 is the thinnest skyscraper ever constructed. -from the B1M
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