Researchers are hoping this AI tool can significantly improve cancer patients' quality of life.
It goes without saying that the augmented and virtual reality effects of the zSpace laptop are ground-breaking.
Rabbi Fishel Jacobs of Kfar Chabad in Israel believes the Jewish world is experiencing a “family purity revolution.” He should know. Since 1998, Rabbi...
Shabbulbs are about 40 watts – sufficient for reading, but if you wish to light up a larger room, you probably need several bulbs to. Shabbulb is also multi-voltage (110V-240V).
It took us a while to figure out that the things she was watching, while appropriate, were too complex for her to handle and subconsciously weighed down on her.
Once programmed, the RNS System monitors a patient’s brainwaves and is ready to provide treatment whenever it detects unusual activity that can lead to a seizure, even if the patient is sleeping.
Some experts say it’ll be around 20 times faster than LTE and download speeds of 1GBps will become the norm.
I’m a small business owner and I’m just so overwhelmed by the number of programs/applications available for small business owners.
The robots will not deliver mail directly to each customer’s home. Rather, they will send customers notifications through an app.
Unlike those of previous studies, Courtine’s stimulations only targeted the precise location of the movement.
In addition to having an Infinity Flex Display, the Galaxy X allows up to three apps to run simultaneously – a multi-tasker’s dream!
It’s not just humans who are biased. Apparently, computer algorithms are too. That's why IBM recently unveiled AI Fairness 360 (AIF360) – an artificial...
When posting a selfie, a shimmer of hearts floats across the screen and the user is encouraged to tag a friend to spread kindness.
The Pixel 3’s most notable and impressive features lie in the phone’s use of AI (artificial intelligence).
The Portal already has stiff competition from Google Home and Amazon Echo, although its video-calling technology gives it a unique twist to help differentiate it from other smart speaker devices.
For the Siyum HaShas in MetLife Stadium, community leaders, security officials, and even dogs (K-9 units) spent months getting ready for the close to 100,000 in attendance on Wednesday afternoon. However, members of ArtScroll have been focusing on what happens after the celebration. In honor of the 13th daf yomi cycle, ArtScroll has begun to launch its newest edition of the Babylonian Talmud – a digitized version for the iPad.
Israeli startup Umoove will soon offer a gesture-recognition technology for mobile devices that will control and steer devices by reading gentle facial and head movements, according to a report by NoCamels.
During my yearly visits to Australia to visit my wife’s family, I must endure the brutal calculations involved in switching from the imperfect Imperial system to the maligned-by-Americans (but clearly more efficient) Metric system. Pounds become kilos, Fahrenheit becomes Celsius, and feet become meters. Calculations are involved every day – and I don’t have a mind for numbers.
This past week I saw a video preview of an upcoming iPod app that excited and inspired me to the point of near tears. It was for RustyBrick’s jaw-dropping ArtScroll Schottenstein Talmud app. Unfortunately that app won’t be out for another few months (but take the time to check out the preview at www.rustybrick.com), yet I realized after months of writing this column that I had yet to give the due attention to RustyBrick’s Siddur app.
I haven’t been to Israel in six years. That might not sound like a lot of time to some people, but might sound like an eternity to others
There is a large variety out there today in the handheld market, but Palm was one of the pioneers. For many, the Palm-based OS was the operating system of choice.
A few weeks ago my two-year-old daughter was showing my 85-year-old grandmother how to work an iPod touch. I’m not sure if my bubbie was more amazed with the device or with the fact that her great-granddaughter understood it better than her.
Over the past few weeks, I've become an improved Jew. I learn more, say more brachos, bench more, and didn't have a problem remembering the day in the Omer. I haven't been to Israel recently, didn't have a near death experience that reawakened my spiritual side, nor did I feel empty in my life and decided I needed to search for more meaning. So what caused this recent growth spurt in my Judaism? I got an iPod touch.
Within a few short weeks, the weekly parshah will address the topics of the Mishkan (tabernacle) and the kohen’s begadim (priestly vestments). What better way to prepare for this reading than actually seeing, up close and personal, the objects mentioned in the text.
In an effort to broaden its Internet services, Nokia has recently acquired Plazes.com. Plazes, a popular website, is used to share social activities. This acquisition is one of the few ones Nokia has recently initiated in an effort to boost its online presence. Nokia is the worlds biggest cell phone company.