Amazon makes it easy to bring MXNet models to Apple’s Core ML

Amazon is making it easy to bring Apache MXNet Machine Learning Models to Apple’s Core ML and iOS apps. From the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Artificial Intelligence (AI) blog: With the release of Core ML by Apple at WWDC 2017, iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS developers can now easily integrate a machine learning model into […]

Equifax says personal data of 143 million customers exposed in cyber attack

Equifax says a cyber attack leveraged against the company has exposed the personal data of approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. Credit-reporting company Equifax has just announced a major cyber security breach that has exposed the data of approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. What data was exposed? The company says the following data was accessed: names […]

Microsoft Garage releases new My Workspace menu bar for Mac

Today Microsoft released its first Microsoft Garage project built for Mac: a productivity menu bar app called My Workspace. The announcement came in the form of a video on Microsoft’s YouTube channel: The project began as a challenge: Microsoft asked its Vancouver interns to come up with a way to “add value to a person’s […]

FrontRow Review: You can wear this camera – but should you?

Ever since I saw Android Central’s own Daniel Bader tooling around town wearing a Narrative Clip, I’ve had the nagging desire to review a wearable camera. But none of the boxy designs on the market has really spoken to me, and as cool as Snapchat’s Spectacles are, they have a lot of limitations. What’s more, […]

How Time’s ‘FIRSTS Project’ made me realize how important I am

Time Magazine is spotlighting women pioneers of achievement, and all 12 covers, plus the 46 profile pictures, were shot on an iPhone. This week, you can pick up a copy of Time Magazine from the newsstand and find 12 different covers, each with a woman that has broken the “glass ceiling” by being first to […]

Best new apps for iPhone and iPad

What are the hottest new apps on the App Store right now? These! There are over a million and a half apps for iPhone and iPad and the number just keeps growing. Every day new and newly updated apps hit the App Store, and it’s impossible to keep up with all of them. Luckily, you […]

ElevationLab unveils ElevationDock 4 for Apple devices

The newest iPhone and iPad dock from ElevationLab just debuted, and it’s the first MFi-certified dock to work one-handed. ElevationLab announced in a blog post today that its newest dock, the ElevationDock 4, is available for preorder. The company says the new dock was designed specifically based on customer feedback of its previous docks, so […]

Apple Maps transit directions: Which cities have them?

Transit directions have come to Apple Maps, but have they come to you? Apple has re-integrated transit directions into Maps — after losing them a few years back when the company parted ways with Google — and that means you can now find trains, buses, ferries, and more, all on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and […]

How to beat and catch Legendary Raikou in Pokémon Go

Raikou, the Legendary Lightning Beast of Gen 2, is now available in Pokémon Go Raids. Here’s how to beat ’em and catch ’em! Pokémon Go has released the Legendary Beasts. Part of Gen 2, the first one available in North America is Raikou, probably the best Electric-type Pokémon in the game right now and for […]

Best new games on iPhone and iPad

Here’s what’s new in iOS gaming this week! Every Thursday, I go on a quest to find all the notable new games released on the App Store over the week, but instead of taking all the gold and experience for myself, I pass my knowledge on to you! Whether you’re looking for new games, games […]