Welcome to a future where a portable 3D printer can place electronics right on the back of your hand, and also print biological cells onto wounds.
The animated series follows a new Resistance pilot, but will also bring in Poe Dameron and Captain Phasma as voiced by Oscar Issac and Gwendoline Christie.
The New Jersey city released the document after a February lawsuit requested access to the proposal. Amazon is expected to make a decision this year.
Promised just over a year ago at Microsoft's Build conference in 2017, Apple iTunes is now finally available in the Microsoft Store.
It's a hefty install at some 477MB, and once installed, it's still just iTunes: it can sync and upgrade iPhones and iPads, it can play and manage music, and it can make purchases from the iTunes Store. The Store version of iTunes uses Microsoft's Centennial technology—a way of packaging up regular Windows applications for distribution and installation through the Store—so, for the most part, it's identical to the traditional iTunes application.
However, because this iTunes is a Store app, it's installed and updated not with Apple's installer and updater but with the Windows Store updater. This means that it will never try to install iCloud or other Apple software. It also doesn't install any services in the background: Centennial apps aren't allowed to do that.
Fourteen women write an open letter to Uber's board of directors asking the company to free them from private arbitration.
BMW's creative subsidiary imagined what Virgin Hyperloop One's pods could look like, and they're pretty impressive.
The meteor that's been hanging above Fortnite players for weeks is now prompting a meteor shower -- and no one but Epic knows what it means.
The company still will support the discontinued networking devices, which haven't been updated in five years, for the next half decade.
The European Space Agency's ExoMars orbiter shares a fresh look at a fascinating landscape feature on Mars, in full, fetching color.
Starting at a hyperaggressive $600 for the 55-inch size, it checks all the picture quality and smart TV boxes. Watch out, Vizio.
Apple just announced it is discontinuing its AirPort Base Stations (Express, Extreme and Time Capsule). Here are some alternatives to replace them.
Ray Ozzie's proposal to end the long-simmering crypto war between law enforcement and much of the tech world is getting a chilly reception from privacy advocates and security experts. They argue his plan is largely the same key-escrow program proposed 20 years ago and suffers from the same fatal shortcomings.
Dubbed "Clear," Ozzie's idea was first detailed Wednesday in an article published in Wired and described in general terms last month. The former chief technical officer and chief software architect of Microsoft and the creator of Lotus Notes, Ozzie portrays Clear as a potential breakthrough in bridging the widening gulf between those who say the US government has a legitimate need to bypass encryption in extreme cases, such as those involving terrorism and child abuse, and technologists and civil libertarians who warn such bypasses threaten the security of billions of people.
In a nutshell, here's how Clear works:
Mozilla's Hub experiment brings VR chat rooms to the web so your avatar can chill in a browser - CNET
The Firefox developer wants to marry web browsers to virtual reality and augmented reality with technology called WebVR and WebXR.
Think Java code-completion on steriods
Code boffins at Rice University in Texas have developed a system called Bayou to partially automate the writing of Java code with the help of deep-learning algorithms and training data sampled from GitHub.…
Those cameras aren't a gimmick: This phone takes superb shots in low light.
A European Space Agency catalog of the Milky Way's billions of stars could be hiding evidence of highly advanced alien civilizations with serious building skills.
Popular Bluetooth tracker Tile and Comcast Xfinity are joining forces to keep up with your stuff.
In an effort to resolve its licensing disputes, the chipmaker lowers by $100 the cap on the value of handsets, which is what its royalties are based on.
Apple changed its gun emoji in 2016, and Google just made the move this week. Now Microsoft's gun emoji is morphing into a water pistol as well.