Facepalming wont save you from AI-enhanced facial recognition

Facial recognition systems regularly struggle to read faces that have been obscured by hands. Researchers from the University of Central Florida and Carnegie Mellon University are here to help.

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Meet the combat crop duster, armed and armored to join the fight

Crop dusters regularly fly the skies above America’s heartland, but this combat crop duster is unlike anything Americans have ever seen.

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Bomb dogs know best: New tech aims to make canine heroes safer

Bomb dogs regularly risk their lives to save our troops and law enforcement – and now next generation technology will help make these dog heroes safer.

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Apple's OS X Spotlight found to ignore e-mail privacy settings

Mac owners who regularly make use of OS X’s built-in Mail application and Spotlight search should take care when searching through e-mail messages, as Spotlight’s preview functionality has been shown to ignore Mail’s remote content settings and could inadvertently transmit unintended data to email senders.

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Craig Federighi kicks off Apple's WWDC 2014 Bash featuring Bastille

After a busy week of sessions, Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference has regularly featured a Thursday evening party in Yerba Buena Gardens. This year Apple invited Bastille to perform.

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Going Gold – IBM's Mainframe Turns 50

Longevity doesn’t get much respect in the tech industry, partly due to new technologies regularly entering and dominating industries and commercial markets. However, cultural factors play a part, too. Much of IT’s vibrancy results from the startup mindset and youthful employees who willingly embrace crushing 80-hour work weeks for a chance to become millionaires — or billionaires, if Mark Zuckerberg takes a fancy to you. That’s the IT equivalent of winning the lottery, but there’s a form of success that’s far rarer.

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