Wednesday, 7th December 2022, 8:36 PM
A plan unveiled last year for client-side scanning of iCloud Photos to detect imagery of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) has been abandoned as Apple focuses on end-to-end encryption and other ways to protect children.
Bioenergy has boomed at the expense of forests where trees are cleared to make wood pellets for power plants. Ahead of the United Nations Biodiversity Conference, hundreds of scientists have asked world leaders to stop the practice.
Some Snapchat augmented reality creators will be able to make money off in-app lenses. Snap hopes creator monetization will help bolster its AR business.
BMW filed a patent application for a new suspension that would allow a car to generate energy from bumps in the road. The i7 electric sedan could see the new tech first.
SpaceX has announced a new government-focused service on its website — Starshield — which it says offers a “secured satellite network for government entities.” Its website says “Starshield is designed for government use.”
AMD and Nvidia will also be customers at TSMC’s Phoenix fab, which will start producing chips in 2024 and add a new site in 2026.
A new Dead Island 2 trailer features the game’s Alexa Game Control technology that lets you do certain actions with just your voice.
Apple’s long-rumored car could cost less than $100,000 when it’s finally available to buy, according to Bloomberg. The car may have reduced self-driving capabilities than originally planned.