Google, IBM and others launch an open source API for keeping tabs on software supply chains

Thanks to containers and microservices, the way we are building software is quickly changing. But as with all change, these new models also introduce new problems. You probably still want to know who actually built a given container and what’s running in it. To get a handle on this, Google, JFrog,

Zuckerberg on #deletefacebook: ‘You know, it’s not good’

Following what felt like years of silence on a plethora of issues, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has gone on an interview rampage (but not us — was it my editorial?). Although he mainly plugs away at the points he made in today's blog post, there are a few items worth noting.

First impressions of the $199 Oculus Go VR headset

Virtual reality seems to have become a very tired topic to consumers. Products are still getting made though because big tech companies are still convinced of its staying power.

Video: The driver of the autonomous Uber was distracted before fatal crash

The Tempe, Arizona police department have released a video showing the moments before the fatal crash that involved Uber’s self-driving car. The video includes the view of the street from the Uber and a view of minder behind the wheel of the autonomous Uber. Warning: This video is disturbing.

Get the latest TC stories read to you over the phone with BrailleVoice

It can be a pain for the visually impaired to keep up with your favorite publications the way sighted app users do. BrailleVoice is a project that puts the news in a touch-tone phone interface,

AI game trainer raises $1.9M to give gamers a virtual assistant

If you play hardcore and competitive games you want to win, so it would be useful to have someone leaning over your shoulder giving you tips on how to play better. Someone that knows all your moves and behaviors, for instance. That’s the thinking behind,

Now would be a good time for Mark Zuckerberg to resign

Facebook is at the center of a dozen controversies and outrage is peaking. The social network has failed again and again at expanding beyond a handful of core features. Doubts of its usefulness, and assertions of its uselessness, are multiplying.

Twitter’s chief information security officer is reportedly quitting

Twitter Chief Information Security Officer Michael Coates is leaving the company, The Verge first reported. Word on the street is that Coates is leaving to start his own company. Coates has reportedly been replaced on an interim basis by Joseph Camileri,

Toonstar lets you bring cartoon characters to life thanks to facial recognition

John Attanasio, CEO of Toonstar, said his goal is to create “a new Cartoon Network.”Attanasio and his co-founder Luisa Huang were both executives at Warner Brothers, so they both worked under the same corporate umbrella as the Cartoon Network.

AWS and Microsoft double down on deep learning with Gluon, a simplified ML model builder

AWS and Microsoft may be arch rivals when it comes to competing for business in cloud storage and services, but when it comes to breaking ground in newer areas where volumes of data make a difference to how well the services work and creating systems that are easier to use, collaboration is key.

DJI’s new interchangeable lens drone camera takes aim at film makers

DJI just introduced a new camera designed to work with drones, and in particular its Inspire 2 flyer. The camera is a “world first” in that its a super 35 digital film camera tailored for aerial cinematography – in other words, if you’re a filmmaker, documentarian or professional cinematographer,

Aereo To SCOTUS: Shut Us Down and You Shut Down Cloud Storage

jfruh (300774) writes "Aereo is currently fighting for its life before the Supreme Court, and has issued a warning: if you take us down, you could take the entire cloud storage industry down with us.



'Selfie' Helps Doctors Diagnose Mini-Stroke

OakDragon (885217) writes A Toronto woman had the presence of mind to record herself, using her smartphone, as she suffered from a bout of semi-paralysis. She had suffered the same symptoms two days earlier, and had gone to the hospital; but by that time the condition had passed,

Xbox One FIFA 15 bundle to cost €399.99/£349.99 in the UK, launches September 25th

Gamescom 2014 has kicked off in full force, with some amazing Xbox One related announcements. Recently, Microsoft announced the 1TB Xbox One CoD bundle which will go on sale this fall. Well, it's not the only one,

悄然停产的11款苹果产品:iPhone 5上榜

美国科技博客网站BusinessInsider今天撰文盘点了苹果近年来悄然停产的十一款产品,正方形iPod Nano、32GB版iPhone、白色版MacBook等产品上榜。

The midseason finale of 'Scandal' was absolutely insane

In the shocking midseason finale of Scandal, there's no more basking in the sun — as Olivia put it: "The sun went down a long time ago, and it's not coming back up" — as everything implodesCyrus' secret is out. Rowan seeks to take down anyone who threatens his future.




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The Emperor’s New Watch

The first time-gatherers – horologes – come to us from legend. According to one fairly visceral story, the “division of the day into hours was first suggested by the regular exercise of the bodily functions of a consecrated monkey, called the Cynocephalus.” More likely, however,

Skype Mojis let you share TV and movie clips directly in your chats

The war between messengers is a war of attrition.Skype announced a new feature, Skype Mojis, which allows users to share short clips from movies and TV shows within their chats, in a blog post Tuesday. The company partnered with a variety of major movie studios for clips.See also:

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