Fired Up About CES – DTNS 4174

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman’s sources say Apple is hiring engineers to design more wireless chips in-house, planning to replace components made by Broadcom and Skyworks Solutions. Citizen Lab reported on government use of spyware called “predator” which is made by North Macedonian developer Cytox. And Patrick gives us a CES preview of what to expect inContinue reading “Fired Up About CES – DTNS 4174”

Sneaking into the Metaverse – DTNS 4173

Nvidia’ GeForce Now cloud game streaming service removed the waitlist for its RTX 3080 tier, Adidas is launching a line of NFTs called “Into the Metaverse.”, TikTok is testing out TikTok Live Studio a Windows app that streams directly to TikTok Live, and Google’s Project Zero has revealed details of a vulnerability, now patched, thatContinue reading “Sneaking into the Metaverse – DTNS 4173”

The Cure for Nostril Cam – DTNS 4172

Dell shows off three prototype products designed for a “seamless work experience,” the Concept Flow, Concept Stanza and Concept Pari. Oppo announced more details on its folding phone the Find N. And Norway’s data protection authority has fined dating app Grindr 65 million Norwegian Krone which is about US$7.1 million. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane,Continue reading “The Cure for Nostril Cam – DTNS 4172”

HDMI 2.1 or not 2 HDMI – DTNS 4171

Dell shares more details on Concept Luna, its laptop with removable components. Why HDMI 2.1 doesn’t mean what you think it means. And Scientists discover that altering medical scans can fool human radiologists and algorithms into believing evidence cancer either was there when it wasn’t or vice versa. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Robb Dunewood,Continue reading “HDMI 2.1 or not 2 HDMI – DTNS 4171”

Vintage Clothing Takedown – DTNS 4170

At the IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting, Intel showed work on how it will continue Moore’s Law post 2025 with Samsung and IBM announcing a new vertical FET design. Boston Consulting Group valued the pre-owned apparel market at over $40 billion this year, with resale platforms like Depop, Vestiaire, Tradesy, Poshmark and Vinted make upContinue reading “Vintage Clothing Takedown – DTNS 4170”

Condor “Virgin Birth” – DTNS Science News Monthly 2

Welcome to DTNS: Science News Monthly for December 2021. This month we cover asexual reproduction in condors, the Milky Way’s new feather, Roblox investing in education and what the new infrastructure bill means for science. We also bring you a COVID update and more monthly science + tech news. Hosted by Nicole Ackermans MP3 DownloadContinue reading “Condor “Virgin Birth” – DTNS Science News Monthly 2″

Gettin’ Tiggy Wit It – DTNS 4169

Emails disclosed as part of the Epic vs Apple trial show that in March 2020, Microsoft proposed creating individual apps for Apple’s App Store to stream games, including offering exclusive triple-A Xbox games. The Next Web’s Cate Lawrence has an interesting writeup on an EV-charging system that works without internet connectivity making it useful inContinue reading “Gettin’ Tiggy Wit It – DTNS 4169”

Kickstart My Open Blockchain – DTNS 4168

The European Commission proposed a directive which could lead to gig workers across the European Union gaining legal protections of workers. Kickstarter announced the development of “an open-source protocol that will essentially create a decentralized version of Kickstarter’s core functionality. And Amazon is leading the development of a wireless video streaming protocol for the MatterContinue reading “Kickstart My Open Blockchain – DTNS 4168”

Your Single Point of Failure is Now the Cloud – DTNS 4167

Amazon launches the Alexa Together subscription, available for $19.99 a month or $199 a year, that helps elderly or special needs family members who are living on their own. We explain what caused the AWS outage yesterday and what the effects were. And Apple prognosticator analyst Ming-chi Kuo makes predictions on the company’s future products.Continue reading “Your Single Point of Failure is Now the Cloud – DTNS 4167”

Quill Gets Written Off – DTNS 4166

US Department of Justice investigators have asked Roblox why it labels itself as “experiences” instead of games as part of its anti-trust investigation into Apple. Life360 is buying location tracking service Tile. And the Information reports Apple signed a five-year agreement with the Chinese government to help develop China’s economy and technological capabilities back inContinue reading “Quill Gets Written Off – DTNS 4166”