Airbus and the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at ILA Berlin 2022 to open a center of excellence for cybersecurity and trustworthy artificial intelligence in Saarland, Germany.
Yellow Icon – location of object at midpoint of reentry window Orange Line – area of visibility at the predicted reentry time for a ground observer -- area of potential visibility if the reentry occurred at the middle of the window Blue Line – ground track uncertainty prior to middle of the reentry window (ticks at 5-minute intervals) Yellow Line – ground track uncertainty after middle of the reentry window (ticks at 5-minute intervals) White Line – day/night divider at middle of the reentry window (Sun location shown by White Icon; lighting shown at the center of the window) Pink Icon – vicinity of eyewitness sighting Note: Possible reentry locations lie anywhere along the blue and yellow ground track.
Dell is adding a new option to its selection of webcams and hybrid work peripherals.
The New York Times will soon let you link your Wordle stats to a NYT account, a change that should fix one of the most annoying aspects about the online puzzle game.
The company announced today it will introduce, at last, a separate Play Button and a Shuffle Button at the top of albums playlists to make it easier to play the music the way you like.
Apple today released iOS and iPadOS 15.6.1, minor updates to the iOS and iPadOS 15 operating systems initially released in September 2021. iOS 15.6.1 and iPadOS 15.6.1 come a month after Apple released iOS 15.6 and iPadOS 15.6 with new Live Sports features and bug fixes.
[Drew Pilcher] needed durable, custom-wound coils with no core, and perfectly flat sides.
An Australian kayaker summoned help with the emergency calling feature of Apple Watch, after strong currents left him stranded out to sea more than two miles from shore.
One of the main perks of portable consoles is the ability to play them outside the house, a use we've seen emphasized in multiple marketing campaigns over the years.
Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans was a point-and-click adventure game cancelled by Blizzard in 1998, and how time flies.