Tech titans like IBM and Google have emerged major players in New York’s startup ecosystem. Here’s a look at how their New York offices stack up to their west coast counterparts. Read More
April 1 is the day on which you should never believe anything, especially when it comes to new tech product releases. Don’t worry though, everything we’ve featured on our list here is total nonsense, which is what makes it funny.
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Both cameras benefit from tech trickling down from the higher-end 80D, including the 24MP APS-C sensor with Dual Pixel live view autofocus, Digic 7 processor, and 45-point all cross-type autofocus system when using the optical viewfinder.
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Welcome to the 2016 TechCrunch Holiday Gift Guide! We’ll be rolling out a bunch of guides leading up to Christmas, hopefully making your holiday shopping a little easier. Looking for gifts for others on your list? Check out our full 2016 Gift Guide Hub. Have a fur friend and want to spoil them with tech treats? This is the list for you! From cat cams to apps to occupy them while you… Read More
Translogic host Jonathon Buckley takes us on a tour through Automobility LA 2016, part of this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.
EPA settles with Halliburton of Clean Air Act violations. Wheego Electric Cars becomes Wheego Technologies. HART partners with Tesla.
Karma cuts the ribbon in MI. EVs pose a “resoundingly negative” threat to oil companies. Take a closer look at Tesla’s battery swap system.
Samsung to supply Europe from a new battery factory in Hungary. New bill expands HOV stickers for PHEVs, but not for BEVs. How does Tesla wring performance from its new battery?
Tesla might have a way to improve its Autopilot tech without grafting on new equipment.
Many are familiar with Bernhard Lang’s work as he is the master of aerial photography. He has captured numerous views of the world from above. Usually, photographers do not devote much of their time to industrial zones – the beauty of nature and outdoors are the usual preference and technical areas are largely neglected. Perhaps Bernhard thought it is time to change that, so he went on to photograph aerial images of industrial scenes in Germany and USA. The series was made in 2014 and includes large storage areas, huge commercial parking spots, massive industrial pipelines, ship ports, commercial railway lines, construction areas and complex manufacturing systems.
The MIT International Design Center (IDC) is seeking an innovative, detail oriented, hands-on person to help upgrade and maintain the IDC shops, office and classroom facilities. The start date is flexible depending on the candidate, though no later than June 20th. The temporary appointment is for this
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can’t buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
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On this week’s episode of Just For The Tech Of It, Drew gives us the lowdown on three big fights: How scientists are using machine learning to fight terrorism, how pigeons are fighting pollution in London, and how a new strain of bacteria could help us fight plastic pollution
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Technology is changing the future of travel, and the industry is evolving to adapt. We look at nine tech trends that are reshaping how we travel.
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An ideal candidate should have 7+ years of Mechanical Design experience, most of which in a consumer products industry, and the ability to speak alphabet soup (CAD, CAE, FEA, DFM, SLA, SLS, CNC, MIM, HDO, STEP, IGES). They can build functional prototypes accurately demonstrating engineering intent within organic constructs.
Toyota finally shares some technical details about the 2016 Prius, including that the new hybrid will have, “impressive driving dynamics.”