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Australian regulator sues Apple alleging iPhone

Australian regulator sues Apple alleging iPhone 'bricking'
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-04-06


SYDNEY Australia's consumer watchdog has sued Apple Inc (AAPL.O) alleging it used a software update to disable iPhones which had cracked screens fixed by third parties.The U.S. technology giant "bricked" - or disabled with a software update - hundreds of smartphones and tablet devices, and then refused to unlock them on the grounds that customers had had the devices serviced by non-Apple repairers,...(Read More)

Toyota robot to keep elderly mobile, one step at a time

Toyota robot to keep elderly mobile, one step at a time
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-04-12


TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp said it will commercialize rehabilitation robots later this year when it makes its robotic walk assist system available for rent, joining Honda Motor Co in marketing mobility devices for Japan's ageing population. A decade after it began developing rehabilitation robots, the world's No.2 automaker on Wednesday said the system would be ready to hit the market by the end...(Read More)

Apple receives permit in California to test self-driving cars: DMV

Apple receives permit in California to test self-driving cars: DMV
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-04-15


Apple Inc (AAPL.O) has secured a permit to test autonomous vehicles in California, fuelling speculation that it is working on self-driving car technology in a crowded arena of companies hoping to offer those cars to the masses.The permit allows it to conduct test drives in three vehicles with six drivers, the state Department of Motor Vehicles said on Friday. The vehicles are all 2015 Lexus RX450h,...(Read More)

Computer hack sets off 156 emergency sirens across Dallas

Computer hack sets off 156 emergency sirens across Dallas
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-04-09


A computer hack set off all the emergency sirens in Dallas for about 90 minutes overnight in one of the largest known breaches of a siren warning system, officials in the Texas city said on Saturday.Dallas' 156 sirens, normally used to warn of tornadoes and other dangerous weather, were triggered at 11:42 p.m. CDT on Friday. The wailing did not end until 1:17 a.m. CDT on Saturday when engineers manually...(Read More)

Netflix shares head for new high after strong subscriber outlook

Netflix shares head for new high after strong subscriber outlook
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-04-18


Netflix Inc made a bullish forecast for subscriber additions by mid-year, a positive sign for its push to expand around the world that sent its shares toward an all-time high.The streaming video company pushed back the next season of its smash-hit "House of Cards," and other programing to the second quarter, meaning it lured in fewer new subscribers in the first quarter than expected, but will likely...(Read More)

Data science could keep United out of more trouble

Data science could keep United out of more trouble
Written by Samantha Harris on 2017-04-21


I’ve avoided flying United for many years. On my last trip to Japan about 10 years back, somewhere along the way an employee took my ticket and said I’d get another one in Japan. Wrong! On my return, United told me I had to buy a new ticket for around $7,000.Anyhow, we’ve all heard about United’s overbooking disaster, where a passenger faced a lot worse abuse than I did. With the right data...(Read More)

Twice As Nice

Twice As Nice
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-04-05


PHOTO: Raft houses at Cheow Lan Lake, Khao Sok National Park. (via Thinkstock) As it hones its strategy for promoting in the U.S. market, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has what many destinations would consider a nice problem, but a problem nonetheless. Sol Melia to Open Two Paradisus Resorts in Playa Del Carmen Features & Advice Tourism Tasmania Names...(Read More)

Untitled

Untitled
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-04-08


“The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd” finally has a release date. “Trails of Cold Steel” has also been revealed to be heading to Windows PC. Other details about XSEED Games’ RPG titles have been revealed as well.On Friday, Marvelous Inc. subsidiary XSEED Games announced some good news to the fans of its famous “The Legend of Heroes” games via Twitter. First, it revealed...(Read More)

Amazon scores streaming rights for NFL

Amazon scores streaming rights for NFL's Thursday Night Football
Written by Reuters on 2017-04-05


Amazon.com Inc will live-stream games for the U.S. National Football League this year, a company spokeswoman said on Tuesday, marking a high-profile push by the online retailer to attract fans to its Prime shopping and video-playback club.As part of the deal, Amazon will stream 10 Thursday-night games online for Prime members exclusively. The same games will be broadcast by networks CBS and NBC on...(Read More)


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