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Foodvisor automatically tracks what you eat using deep learning

Meet Foodvisor, a startup that has built a mobile app that helps you log everything you eat in order to lose weight, follow a diet or get healthier. You can add data by capturing a photo of your plate before you eat. We’ve spent a little over two years doing…

A Phantasmal Gallery of Angel Art From Peter Mohrbacher

Peter Mohrbacher is a surrealistic painter and has put together a collection of Angel Art between December 2014 and December 2015. He is able to fully survive through grass roots support from his fans like us just through the...

The Dark Atmospheric Imagery of London Based Ellen Rogers

English photographer Ellen Rogers grew up as military child and took inspiration from her amateur-photographer Father. She started making ‘art photography’ at a young age and moved to London for inspiration as soon as she could. She completed a...

A Fascinating & Simply Stunning View Of Chicago via Flash Street Photography

Many of Satoki Nagata’s images might seem to be multiple exposures or to have been manipulated in post production, but all are single exposures of Chicago’s nighttime. Trying to figure out a workaround for the city’s dark winter months,...

Art/Digital Photography Album “Treebeard” From Cal Redback

This collection of ‘treebeards’ sees the union of the human face and plant life, with half or parts of the features removed and replaced by the wild growth of greenery. Overall, the metamorphosis of mortal characteristics into alternate botanical...

Featuring The Work Of Kiera Mulhern: Analog Photographer

Meet Kiera Mulhern, a street photographer whose analog work whose moody and provocative work caught my attention and sucked me in stark contrasts and unearthly mood colors. Browsing through the photography I felt as if I was watching a psychological...

A Glance At The Inside of North Korea

Here's the latest from amateur photographer Cyrus Patrick, who took a trip with the National Geographic foundation across the border before tensions got high. As you can see, this is all from within the capital, Pyongyang or at least...
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Elon Musk and SpaceX launch Starlink satellite broadband amid pandemic

In vast swaths of the United States and the world, there are millions of people who don’t have reliable internet access. These unconnected people aren’t just in far-flung places like rural America or New Zealand or sub-Saharan Africa, either. There are plenty of people living in dense city centers who struggle to access affordable broadband.…
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Epic Games Acquires Kids’ Technology Platform SuperAwesome

12:08 PM PDT 9/25/2020 by Trilby Beresford Rachel Luna/Getty Images; Courtesy of SuperAwesome Epic Games founder and CEO Tim Sweeney; SuperAwesome co-founder and CEO, Dylan Collins The company allows developers to create safer digital experiences for children on the internet. Fortnite maker Epic Games on Friday revealed the acquisition of SuperAwesome, a technology platform that…

Gaming companies are reportedly the next targets in the US government’s potentially broader Tencent purge

Some of the biggest names in online gaming in the United States have received letters from the U.S. government requesting information about their relationship with the multibillion-dollar Chinese tec…

How America’s war on Huawei may boost Chinese technology

From September 15th the Chinese telecoms giant will no longer be able to buy vital semiconductorsHUAWEI IS ON the ropes. From midnight on September 14th the Chinese technology giant will be cut off from essential supplies of semiconductors. Without chips it cannot make the smartphones or mobile-network gear on which its business depends. America’s latest…

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‘It’s 8 P.M. on Election Day.’ Experts Share Their Nightmare Scenarios.The New York TimesWith less than two months left before the US presidential election, you’re not alone if you’re concerned about the potential for inaccurate or delayed results. Several election experts spoke to The New York Times about the things they’re losing sleep over, ranging…