Lots of people are still bringing their phone to bed with them or keeping it within reach at night — despite the wealth of research showing how using these gadgets right before bedtime interferes with sleep patterns. A large majority of respondents, 71 percent, said they usually sleep with or next to their mobile phone — and 3 percent of … Read More
Chef Watson, the AI computer, made my lunch and wrote a cookbook.
Together with the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE), the Jeopardy! winning computer has created perhaps the world’s first-ever cookbook co-created by computer algorithms. “Cognitive Cooking with Chef Watson” is available on Amazon. Watson is built to mirror the same learning process that we have—through the power of cognition. What drives this process is a common cognitive framework that humans use … Read More
Apple is entering the music streaming business. Should you pick it over other Steaming Services.
Compare Apple Streaming to Spotify, Tidal, Rdio Rhapsody and Pandora Apple: predicted by June 30, there will be 100 million subscribers. More than 30 million songs All others stream at a rate of 320kbps. Apple will only streat at 256kbps. 320kbps takes more data and most ears can’t pick out the difference. $9.99/month, free version and family discount available, no … Read More
Everything Apple announced yesterday at WWDC 2015 in one handy list
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was everything rumored, teased and then some. If you didn’t sit through the keynote, here’s a rundown of the highlights you shouldn’t miss. Over 55 percent of active Mac users are using Yosemite. The name of the latest OS X 10.11: El Capitan. New features headed this way include new gestures, such as shake to … Read More