Apple today announced its groundbreaking safety service Emergency SOS via satellite is now available to customers in the US and Canada. Available on all iPhone 14 models, the innovative technology enables users to message with emergency services while outside of cellular and Wi-Fi coverage.
NightWare uses information from the Apple Watch heart rate sensor, accelerometer, and gyroscope to detect a nightmare and then disrupt it.
Femtosecond lasers are used to fabricate precision ultrathin mirrors for space telescopes that capture star formation and other high-energy space events.
The new iPad Pro features a next-level Apple Pencil hover experience, ProRes video capture, superfast Wi-Fi 6E, and powerful features in iPadOS 16
Remember the Jan. 6 riot/insurrection? How about the false claims of a stolen election? Remember when Trump got elected in 2016? Yeah, it could be that bad.
Most ML models are built in virtual worlds, such as video games. They can train on massive datasets, but for physical applications, they are missing vital information.
Scientists from Japan may have found the answer to quantum’s computing biggest disadvantage through their demonstration of how a superconducting material, niobium nitride, can be added to a nitride-semiconductor substrate as a flat, crystalline layer.
IFC Films announced today it is acquiring all U.S. rights to BlackBerry, directed by Matt Johnson (The Dirties, Operation Avalanche). The film tells the story of the meteoric rise and catastrophic demise of the world’s first smartphone.
A new, larger 6.7-inch size joins the popular 6.1-inch design, featuring a new dual-camera system, Crash Detection, a smartphone industry-first safety service with Emergency SOS via satellite, and the best battery life on iPhone.