The car of the future is always in fashion. It is tempting to imagine the progress that technology will make and its influence on our lives in the future. The world of automobiles is among the most technological and influential, so it is the ideal candidate for attempting to predict what will happen.
As the sun set on a warm November afternoon, a quartet of five-foot-tall, 300-pound shiny white robots patrolled in front of Building 1 on Microsoft’s Silicon Valley campus. Looking like a crew of slick Daleks imbued with the grace of Fred Astaire, they whirred quietly across the concrete in different directions, stopping and turning in place so as to avoid running into trash cans, walls, and other obstacles.
ShadowCrypt makes it possible to encrypt messages by simply installing it and sharing the service key used with message recipients.
Autodesk developed the computer-aided design software, called Dreamcatcher, over the past seven years. Among several approaches, it uses algorithms that mimic the process of evolution to produce new designs after starting with a list of parameters chosen by the user.
This Internet-based business model enables a company to expand globally without having to leave its neighborhood or expand its branch offices throughout the world.
BBVA Compass today announced an agreement that opens its technology platform to payments innovator Dwolla, allowing customers of the bank to use the Iowa startup’s real-time network to make money transfers.