Danny Spell thinks that the idea that a robot will be driving his 18-wheeler one of these days is hogwash. I been listening to a lot of crap on the truckers channel, Spell, 49, said, after pulling in to refuel his big rig at a Pilot truck stop near the crossroads of Interstates 70 and 81 in.
Mark Zuckerberg finally has his Harvard degree. The Facebook CEO and famous college dropout left the Ivy League university 12 years ago to found the social network, but he returned Thursday to pick up a honorary doctor of laws degree and drop some wisdom on the class of 2017. In prepared remarks.
Dinner is set, but the phone rings, and when you pick up it isn t a friend, or someone you know, sometimes it s not even a person. It s a robo-call. Robo-calls for years have managed to catch people at the most inopportune moments, and the shift from landlines to mobile phones hasn t seemed to.
Bitcoin has received a lot of attention over the past few weeks in the wake of the recent malware attacks that impacted dozens of countries and thousands of businesses. Victims were required to pay a ransom in the digital currency to unlock files that were encrypted by the virus. The question.
In the increasingly crowded music-streaming market, Pandora is being pushed ever further into the margins. Once a pioneer among apps that recommend music, the company has struggled to keep pace as rivals like Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube Music have come on to the scene. So last fall, as part.
Uber on Tuesday admitted to underpaying its New York City drivers tens of millions of dollars for the last 2 1/2 years. “We are committed to paying every driver every penny they are owed — plus interest — as quickly as possible,” Uber executive Rachel Holt said in a statement. “We are working hard.
Leaked documents on how Facebook deals with violent, explicit and harassing content, as published in the Guardian, further exposes the challenges the social network faces in policing the posts of its nearly 2 billion users. It also shows that its censorship problem may not be solvable any time.
If you use Google s Gmail app, you may have seen something new pop up on your screen this week: suggested responses for your emails. The move illustrates one way that Google is using its increased focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning. If you re wondering why and how Google can.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his quest this year to visit every state he hadn t before is about building relationships, not politics. The 33-year-old billionaire wrote in a Facebook post that some users have asked if the trip means he s running for public office. Zuckerberg says he s not running.
Uber drivers have been complaining that the gap between the fare a rider pays and what the driver receives is getting wider. After months of unsatisfying answers, Uber Technologies is providing an explanation: It s charging some passengers more because it needs the extra cash. The change stems.
Cord cutting has taken a bite out of the number of pay-TV subscribers for cable and telecommunications companies. But it hasn’t significantly reduced high-speed Internet subscriptions — in part because there aren’t many alternatives for over-the-top streamers. Webpass, now owned by Google, wants.
Authorities say three people were injured after a fire broke out during Google s I/O developer conference in California. It happened Thursday at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View. Mountain View Fire Department spokesman Lynn Brown says three people were taken to a hospital and one had.
Uber Technologies inched closer to becoming a logistics company Thursday with the launch of Uber Freight, an on-demand freight service for trucking carriers. Similar to the Uber app, through which drivers find passengers in need of a paid ride, the Uber Freight app connects truck drivers with.
Federal regulators on Thursday took the first formal step toward repealing tough net neutrality rules enacted two years ago that imposed strict oversight of Internet service providers to ensure the unfettered flow of online content. The move by the Federal Communications Commission — cheered on.