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Apple hires former NASA augmented and virtual reality whiz Jeff Norris

Apple hires former NASA augmented and virtual reality whiz Jeff Norris Anonymous sources have confirmed that Norris joined Apple earlier in the year, and is working as a senior manager of the AR team, according to a report from Bloomberg.During his time at NASA, Norris contributed to various projects that centered around applying AR and VR technology to the space program.

Ultra-thin electronic labels could warn you when your milk goes bad

Ultra-thin electronic labels could warn you when your milk goes bad A team of scientists at Trinity College Dublin has created the world’s first printed transistors composed exclusively of 2D nanomaterials.“That could mean a carton of milk that sends you a text message when your milk is about to go off.

DJI could be about to unveil its smallest drone yet

DJI could be about to unveil its smallest drone yet Smaller text at the bottom has DJI teasing a “big announcement,” with the word “big” in all caps.With the emphasis on size, you might be tempted to believe DJI is preparing to unveil a drone of humongous proportions, a massive beast the size of a helicopter with propellors to match, or thereabouts.

Apple Pay could soon take on Venmo, Square Cash with money-transfer service

Apple Pay could soon take on Venmo, Square Cash with money-transfer service The feature would transform Apple Pay into a competitor to apps like PayPal’s Venmo and Square Cash, which allow users to send money to one and another through the use of an attached bank account or credit card, Recode reports.If money transfers through Apple Pay are indeed back on again, it could prove to be a massive boon to the company’s platform.

Apple may use Wi-Fi routers for wireless charging, according to patent filing

Apple may use Wi-Fi routers for wireless charging, according to patent filing The company has long been rumored to implement a new wireless charging technology into the next flagship iPhone — a wireless charging technology that does away with charging mats.The filing describes a few ways that Apple experimented with wireless charging, but perhaps the most interesting is that a phone could draw power from a Wi-Fi router.

Smartphones suck at low-light photos, but the right software could fix that

Smartphones suck at low-light photos, but the right software could fix that When the average person accepts a dare, the result may range anywhere from a few stitches to some embarrassing photos.But when a Google software engineer accepts a challenge, the result might just be a solution that solves a common problem.

Google’s latest app makes it easier to book appointments at the salon

Google’s latest app makes it easier to book appointments at the salon Area 120, the Google incubator responsible for things like voice messenger Supersonic, has begun developing another service — Appointments.The company uses hair salons as an example of using Appointments, but it would be easy to see how it could be applied to any service in which you make appointments.

MIT built a robot that can 3D print an entire building in about 14 hours

MIT built a robot that can 3D print an entire building in about 14 hours Never short of an innovative idea or two, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology developed a new robotic system capable of 3D printing an entire building.It could also be used to make more customized creations, based both on the local materials available and environmental conditions.

AMD’s RX Vega 3Dmark result leak draws comparisons to GTX 1070

AMD’s RX Vega 3Dmark result leak draws comparisons to GTX 1070 A new leak of 3Dmark results which seem to come from an RX Vega card, suggest it would be roughly as powerful as a GTX 1070.The card achieved an overall score of 5,950 and a graphics score of 5,721 in the TimeSpy demo.

Apple’s latest patent will blast water out of your iPhone with an audio pulse

Apple’s latest patent will blast water out of your iPhone with an audio pulse Thankfully, we now live in an age where the two most popular flagship smartphones in the world are water resistant.While that may be incredibly comforting to know next time your iPhone 7 or Galaxy S8 takes an unexpected swim, that doesn’t quite mean they’re impervious.