Sega unveils humanoid robots, capable of laughing, loving and crying. The family includes C-BOT which communicates via a digital display face on its head and by a cell phone. Other members are Y-BOT, which is touted as the robot that can talk back and learn words, and M-BOT, which is expected to dance along with music. Another robot, however, Robo-chi, can’t walk because it’s a baby. • Those little virtual business cards that some people attach to their e-mails might be dangerous. Microsoft announced Friday that a flaw in its Outlook e-mail program allows crackers to crash or remotely control computers and entire networks, via virtual business cards (Vcards) that harbor malicious code.
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Nike Training Club Hits the Apple Watch (At Last)2018/07/29
Nike Training Club Hits the Apple Watch (At Last)https://www.idropnews.com/news/apple-watch/nike-training-club-hits-the-apple-watch-at-last/78207/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=07272018&utm_term=NewsletterNike’s training app will bring more than 180 workouts to the Apple Watch. Nike has always been willing to experiment with wearables and sports tech, but experiment has been the key word. The Training Club app was one of the most serious, long-term tech projects for Nike: […]
Hands off my data! 15 more default privacy settings you should change on your TV, cellphone plan, LinkedIn and more.2018/06/25
From LinkedIn and Yahoo to TVs and WiFi routers, these are default data privacy settings worth changing – The Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2018/06/15/hands-off-my-data-15-more-default-privacy-settings-you-should-change-on-your-tv-cellphone-plan-linkedin-and-more/?utm_term=.d8e5a3bb4925Default privacy settings often aren’t very private. Our tech columnist is back with Round 2 of his clickable guide to improving your privacy on all sorts of devices and online services. Related