Jony Ive leaves Apple to start his own design company
In an interview with the Financial Times, Apple's design chief Jony Ive announced after more than two decades that this is the case for his products to look and feel like this When he feels, he leaves the company. His new company is called LoveFrom and will have Apple as its first customer. I felt it was time to complete projects like the new headquarters of Apple Park.
In a statement, CEO Tim Cook said, "Apple will continue to benefit from Jony's talents by working directly with him on exclusive projects and on the internet, ongoing work of the brilliant and passionate design team he has built." Once Ives Transition At the end of this year, Evans Hankey, vice president of industrial design, and Alan Dye, vice president of human interface, will report directly to Jeff Williams, Apple's COO.
Almost 90 percent of high school San Francisco students who make vape get their fix through online shopping or shopping through friends. Only 13.6 percent actually buy their pods in a store. How will the city handle these sales after announcing the ban on selling e-cigarette products in stores in the region? Jessica Conditt reports.
The NASA Dragonfly mission sends a drone with eight rotors to Titan.
Dragonfly, the NASA's New Frontiers Program's latest mission was selected for its unique make-up, making it one of the more promising candidates for discovering signs of microbial life. It will spend nine years in flight, covering 840 million miles, before finally making a two-hour descent to the surface of Titan. Once landed, the dual quadcopter needs 2.7 years for short flights up to 5 miles around the moon.
New Philips Hue light bulbs do not need a hub
So I'll probably buy some now. The new Hue lights are connected via Bluetooth, eliminating the need for the Hue hub bridge. They work with both Alexa and Google Assistant. If you want your lighting to work with Siri, you still need this hub.
There is a standard white light for $ 14.99, a white ambient light that lets you adjust the color temperature for $ 24.99, and a white-colored option for $ 49.99.
The Pentagon has a laser that identifies people by heartbeat.
The Pentagon has developed a laser that allows people to be identified remotely. – through her heartbeat. The technology known as Jetson uses laser vibrometry to identify the surface motion on the skin caused by a heartbeat. It can work from 200 meters away.
Each person's heart signature is unique and unlike faces and fingerprints can not be altered in any way. As with facial recognition and other biometric data based on optimal conditions, Jetson has some challenges to overcome. It works with normal clothing like a shirt, but not with thicker garments like a winter coat. It also takes about 30 seconds to collect the necessary information,
How much did you love your Sega Dreamcast?
As the 20th anniversary of Dreamcast's release in the US and Europe approaches this fall, we ask you, readers, to think about the things you miss and appreciate at the console. Which game would you like to play again? Tell us how you feel about the past or present Dreamcast broadcast.
This time a canceled Netflix broadcast was stored by one of the TV channels.
 The fourth season of the newly launched series will run one episode after another next year for 13 episodes on CBS's own pop-TV, with all of its core cast returning. The first three seasons remain on Netflix for the foreseeable future, though Pop can broadcast them as well. Sony Pictures Television, which produced the program, was not allowed to streamline it to another streaming service under the Netflix contract for several years, even though there was no such clause preventing the series from being sold to a broadcast network.
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