Giant container cranes arrive in San Francisco Bay
The Zhen Hua 35 is now anchored in San Francisco Bay. Kent German/CNET Early this morning, an unusual ship carried an unusual cargo under the Golden Gate Bridge and into San Francisco Bay. Secured to the deck of the Zhen Hua 35 were three container cranes bound for the... Read more
How to Make Your Home Energy-Efficient in 4 Steps (2021)
The Lenovo Wi-Fi Smart Plug is also an affordable little gadget that tells you how much energy things are using. Your utility provider may be able to help, too. Several of them have apps, such as DTE Insight, that help detect and monitor home energy usage. Step 2: Work... Read more
You don’t code? Do machine learning straight from Microsoft Excel
Machine learning and deep learning have become an important part of many applications we use every day. There are few domains that the fast expansion of machine learning hasn’t touched. Many businesses have thrived by developing the right strategy to integrate machine learning algorithms into their operations and processes. Others... Read more
Joe Biden names former Facebook lawyer Jessica Hertz as White House staff secretary
President-elect Joe Biden’s selection of a former Facebook attorney to a senior role in his White House is serving as the latest flashpoint in the debate over how much influence the tech industry should have in Washington. Biden on Wednesday named Jessica Hertz, until this year a lawyer focused... Read more
Why are Enterprises Moving to Instant Messaging?  Top Conversational AI Platforms for 2021
Not so surprisingly, people today are more active on messaging platforms than on conventional mediums like on Email or call. According to the Gartner report 2021 Planning Guide for Customer Engagement, Enterprises and SMBs need to focus on the adaptation of cloud-based AI-driven technology to drive the effectiveness of... Read more
What’s Section 230? The social media law that’s clogging up the stimulus talks
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, testifies remotely during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Bill Clark-Pool/Getty Images A decades-old law shields large social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter from lawsuits over the content their users post on their platforms. But it’s now playing a critical role in the... Read more
20 Things That Made the World a Better Place in 2020
This is not a year we’ll look back on fondly. It began with Australia on fire and ends with more than 1.5 million dead in a pandemic. But there have been bright points in this annus horribilis. While many of us saved lives by hunkering down at home watching... Read more
GamesBeat Rewind: 2020’s biggest stories
You can’t say that 2020 was boring. For better or (often) for worse, we still had plenty to talk about when it came to the gaming industry. This year saw the releases of new consoles and giant games. It also showed us how far we have to go to... Read more
6 Effective Ways to Use Short Video for Social Marketing
Short video apps are on the trend currently. After the ban of Tiktok in India, so many social platforms for short videos came out. For example, Instagram has introduced the feature “Reels” of showcasing short videos. I really like an app called Doston to make short video clips. It’s... Read more
Oxford COVID-19 vaccine approved for emergency use in UK
The first Oxford University/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccination will apparently happen next Monday. Sarah Tew/CNET For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. The Oxford University and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for emergency supply in the UK, the country’s government said Wednesday.... Read more