Disengagement report numbers for self-driving car testing in 2016 on public roads in California were just released, and the biggest point we can make about them is that Waymo is very far ahead of their competitors in almost every metric.
Recently released accident reports by the state of California's Department of Motor Vehicles show humans did a lot of dumb things to cause accidents with General Motors' (GM) Cruise Automation driverless vehicles in San Francisco this year.
While the betting lines on iPhones with depth-sensing, rear-facing cameras in 2019 have already been established, a new report adds some certainty to the notion that the iPhone will get new AR superpowers later this year.
Security researcher Nadim Kobeissi has discovered that the Windows 8 SmartScreen feature, meant to screen downloads for malicious software, actually reports the data about which applications users are installing to Microsoft. He also says that "the Microsoft server is configured to support SSLv2 which is known to be insecure and susceptible to interception." The two main concerns are the ability of law enforcement to subpoena Microsoft for the information and of hackers to intercept user data...
Rumors of Apple developing smartglasses have persisted as prophecy since 2016, but the arrival of what many herald as the savior of augmented reality have eluded even Nostradamus himself.
It is not just a bad summer for ticks — it has been a bad decade for the spread of tick-borne infections. New surveillance from the CDC reports rapid expansion and increase in cases of babesiosis, a sometimes life-threatening disease, in Wisconsin.
In the wake of reports of slow iPhone X sales and a possible early end to its shelf life, Apple CEO Tim Cook is on a public goodwill tour of sorts, espousing the virtues of Apple AR.
We're nearly there — Apple released the seventh iOS 12 beta to developers Monday, August 13. While not totally unexpected, beta testers understand the struggle of predicting the next update, as Apple has switched haphazardly between two-week, one-week, and irregular release schedules for both the developer and public betas.
One of the leading chipmakers for smartphones is getting ready to announce a new processor made specifically for augmented and virtual reality headsets.
Facebook and its Oculus subsidiary have been open about their intentions to bring AR wearables into the mainstream for some time now.
As more companies begin adopting augmented reality in the workplace, providers like Vuzix reap the benefits.
If you're experiencing issues with an app or custom ROM and would like to report your problem to the developer, there's no better way to do it than by capturing a logcat. Android keeps track of all the commands that have been executed by various apps and services, which means that when something goes wrong, the error is clearly shown in this so-called logcat.
While you can always view traffic information by visiting Google Maps, wouldn't it be better to be able to see what the traffic is like in your area all the time, simply by glancing at your desktop?
If you're not sure about creating reports in Visual Studio, this two-part video will cover the entire process. This assumes that you already know a few things in Microsoft Visual Studio and the C# programming language. So, if you're not a beginner and still need help to create reports from data in the SQL Server, this is how you do it. Also, learn a quick and easy way to pass parameters to reports in C#.
Knowing what traffic lies ahead is detriment to getting home on time. If you get stuck in a traffic jam or road construction, then the only thing you gain is frustration. But with Ford's new SYNC system, you can get up-to-date real-time traffic reports for your local area or specific drive home. Real-time traffic reports help keep you posted on construction, accidents, and other accidents in your commute. You just need to set up some simple preferences on your online owner's account.
Learn how to use the Layout view option when working in Microsoft Access 2010. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular database management application or a seasoned MS Office professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the Access 2010 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, and to get started using the Layout view in your own Access projects, watch this free video guide.
This screencast tutorial from Geoff Coffey, co-author of FileMaker Pro 9: The Missing Manual, guides you through creating a sub summary report for your FileMaker Pro database.
This subtle trick will lengthen your school report without your having to write a single extra word. Learn how to extend the length of your papers with this simple video. You will need a paper and flexible ethics. The trick is to enlarge the font of all the periods in your paper! Fact: If you have a 16 page, 12 point paper, changing the periods to 14-point will stretch the paper to 19 pages!
In this video, learn how to export reports to Word, PDF, Excel, and/or TXT formats. Learn step-by-step how to export your reports to any program or format in just a few easy steps.
Interested in creating your own dynamic, web-based applications using Microsoft Visual Studio? In this installment from the Absolute Beginner's Series of video SQL tutorials, you will dive into building reports from scratch and modifying the reports that were created using the wizards and designers. We also demonstrate how to embed your reports into your ASP.NET Web Form applications. For more information, as well as tips for being a smarter user of Microsoft Visual Studio, take a look! Build...
The Pacific Shark Research Committee is the sole spot to find ALL shark sightings in SoCal. They're incredibly diligent about indexing all the activity. It's kind of nerve wracking that my two favorite spots: Sunset and San O are the most popular for white shark sightings, but oh well.
To make sure your car is healthy and up to par with required maintenance, you can use Ford's new SYNC system to get vehicle health reports for you car. It gives you vehicle diagnostics, scheduled maintenance, recall information, and more. You just need to go online to your owner's account and set up your reports.
Need some help getting started running reports? This installment from Axosoft's own series of video tutorials on the OnTime Project Management Suite covers the basics of running reports and sending data to those reports. Did you know there are four ways you can manipulate what data is sent to a report without any direct report customization? Take a look!
Looking for a quick primer on how to use PivotTable (or Pivot Table) reporting in Excel 2011? This video will show you how it's done. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular digital spreadsheet application, new to Excel 2011 or even an expert merely looking to brush up on the fundamentals, you're sure to be well served by this quality video tutorial from the folks at Lynda. For all of the details, and to get started employing PT reports in your own MS Excel '11 projects, watch the video.
With PivotTable reports in Microsoft Office Excel 2007, your sales report will sparkle with power, flair, and functionality. Take a look at this instructional video to learn how to show the big picture, show all the details, or show anything in between. Easily create multiple worksheets to switch back and forth between the various versions of your report. Sort, filter, and summarize your data any way you like. Show the details of any summary value in your report.
Here, Mark Rotblat of Tubemogul shows how simple and easy it is for you to e-mail your tracking reports to yourself and other people.
After recently renewed enthusiasm for the arrival of Apple's long-awaited AR wearables -- the subject of multiple reports and rumors over the past few years -- some of that excitement may now be dampened a bit.
Apple's annual iPhone launch is set for Sept. 10 and iOS 13 is expected to be released soon thereafter, but it appears that the likelihood of a "one more thing" reveal just got a big boost.
Over the past two years, Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) has become a showcase for new ARKit capabilities. This year, it could offer more information related to Apple's long rumored augmented reality wearable.
Augmented reality enthusiasts who expected an AR hardware unveiling at Apple's annual iPhone launch event might not have to wait much longer.
Although Niantic is already an augmented reality startup unicorn thanks to the success of Pokémon GO, the company has reportedly captured yet another round of funding.
Leading augmented reality headset makers Microsoft and Magic Leap are among the companies now vying for a military contract for battlefield heads-up displays.
Like gas on an open flame, rumors and whispers have flared up in recent months around hopes of augmented reality smartglasses from Apple. But among all the false leads and unsubstantiated chatter, we finally have a credible report that some sort of Apple AR smartglasses are actually in development.
Rumors around Apple's not-so-secret development of an AR/VR headset have been prevalent throughout the young year, but the latest round of reports move speculation of the device into a clearer view.
With numerous insider reports, patent awards, acquisitions, and hires over the past few years, augmented reality smartglasses from Apple appear to be an inevitability.
Like the layers of an onion, 2021 continues to peel back new hints of Apple's kinda-secretive augmented reality device development.
As we predicted earlier this week, the focus has already begun to move from Magic Leap back onto Apple's rumored augmented reality smartglasses. The latest credible whispers come from none other than longtime Apple-focused analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
On the one year anniversary of the introduction of ARKit, Apple is planning to reveal major updates its augmented reality toolkit for mobile apps at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California next week.
We know your time is valuable to you, so starting this week — and continuing every Wednesday — we are going to release weekly Dev Reports that quickly highlight important news and updates that augmented and mixed reality developers should know about.
In its latest feature with an assist from augmented reality in storytelling, the New York Times shows readers the virtual crime scene it constructed to prove that the Syrian military conducted chemical warfare against its citizens.