Google is starting to warn users when it doesn’t have a reliable answer

Google is testing a new feature to notify people when they search for a topic that may have unreliable results. The move is a notable step by the world’s most popular search engine to...

Deno Company unveils server-side JavaScript hosting service

With Deno Deploy, the developers of the Deno JavaScript/TypeScript runtime are offering a globally distributed virtual machine service that runs JavaScript, TypeScript, and WebAssembly at the edge. The goal is for Deno Deploy to...

The Most Important Things Microsoft Announced Today

Today, Microsoft officially unveiled Windows 11, the next major version of its operating system (after a leak unofficially unveiled it last week). It’s going to bring a new, revamped Start Menu, better multi-monitor and...

The F1 technology powering our Paralympic basketball team – ABC News

Tom O'Neill-Thorne knew the exact moment he wanted to become an athlete. He was three years old and watching the 2000 Sydney Olympics on television. Key points:The AIS is using Formula 1 race car technology on...

What it will take to achieve affordable carbon removal

A pair of companies have begun designing what could become Europe’s largest direct-air-capture plant, capable of capturing as much as a million metric tons of carbon dioxide per year and burying it deep beneath...

How to Watch Microsoft’s Windows 11 Event—and What to Expect

There’s not a lot of mystery left to Windows 11, thanks to a comprehensive leak last week. But there are still some outlines left to be shaded in, particularly any improvements to Microsoft’s home-grown...

ECMAScript 2021 spec for JavaScript crosses the finish line

ECMAScript 2021, the latest version of the official specification underlying JavaScript, has been formally approved, adding capabilities for strings and promises. The specification was approved by ECMA International on June 22. ECMAScript 2021 includes the...

Using machine learning to build maps that give smarter driving advice

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Peloton’s mandatory treadmill memberships show how you never fully own your connected devices

Peloton has come up with an interesting solution to its treadmill safety issues, which have been connected to a child’s death: Force owners of its $4,295 Tread+ to either return the machine for a...

How To Lead Hybrid Working Successfully With Technology – Forbes

The hybrid working debate provokes strong opinions. But the emerging consensus among leaders is that allowing people who work for them to operate more frequently from home while still regularly visiting the office will...

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