Jony Ive leaves Apple to start his own design company
In an interview with the Financial Times, Apple designed the design manager Jony Ive to leave more than two decades to get their products to look and feel like they do. he company. His new venture is called LoveFrom, and it will get Apple as its first client. Ive thought it was time to complete projects like the new Apple Park headquarters.
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 through ongoing work of the brilliant and passionate design team he has built. "When Ive's transition is finished later this year, the CEO of industrial design Evans Hankey and Human Interface design director Alan Dye will report directly to Apple COO Jeff Williams.
Almost 90 percent of all high school students in San Francisco get their rights by shopping online or through friends. Only 13.6 percent actually buy their pods at a physical store. So how will the city confront this sale after announcing that it will ban the sale of e-cigarette products in stores based in the area? Jessica Conditt reports.
NASA's Dragonfly mission sends an eight-rotor drone to Titan
Dragonfly, the latest mission from NASA's New Frontiers program, was chosen because of Titan's unique makeup, making it one of the more promising candidates to discover signs of microbial life. It will spend nine years on the run, covering 840 million miles before it finally becomes a two-hour descent to the surface of Titan. When it lands, the dual-quadcopter will spend 2.7 years with short flights of up to 5 miles around the moon.
New Philips Hue incandescent lamps do not need a hub
So I will probably buy some now. The new Hue bulbs connect via Bluetooth, which means that the Hue hub bridge is no longer needed – and they will work with both Alexa and Google Assistant. If you want the lighting to work with Siri, you still need that hub.
It's a standard white light for $ 14.99, a white atmosphere light that lets you adjust the color temperature to $ 24.99 and a white and colored alternative
The Pentagon has a laser that identifies people at heart rhythm
The Pentagon has developed a laser that can identify people – from a distance – by heartbeat. The technology, known as Jetson, uses laser vibrometry to identify skin movement of the heart caused by heartbeat. It can work from 200 meters away.
Everyone is heart signature unique, and unlike faces and fingerprints, it cannot be changed in any way. As with face recognition and other biometrics that depend on optimal conditions, Jetson has some challenges. It works through ordinary clothes, such as a shirt, but not thicker garments, such as a winter jacket. It also takes approx. 30 seconds to collect the necessary information,
How much did you love Sega Dreamcast?
When the 20th anniversary of Dreamcast's release in the US and Europe is approaching this fall, we ask you, read, to reflect on the things you miss and appreciated on the console. Which game will you love to play again? Tell us how you feel about Dreamcast, past or present, with a user review.
This time, an interrupted Netflix show was saved by one of the TV networks
 The Fourth Season of the Restarted Series One Day at a Time will run on CBS owned Pop TV for 13 episodes next year, with the entire core field back. The first three seasons will stay on Netflix for the foreseeable future, even though Pop will be able to fly them as well. The Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show, was prohibited from taking it to another streaming service for several years under the Netflix agreement, even though it was not possible to sell the series to a broadcast network.
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