Tim Cook says you’ll soon be able to turn off the system that slows iPhones as the battery gets older

 As we learned back at the end of December, Apple has been limiting the maximum performance of iPhones as the batteries within get older. The goal, they’ve stated, is to prevent random device shutdowns as time goes on and the battery’s output starts to wane. But that’s something they ought to have explained better from ...

YouTube partners with Kevin Durant to expand original sports programming

 YouTube announced today that it’s enlisted the help of basketball star Kevin Durant in a bid to expand original sports content. The Golden State Warriors small forward and business partner Rich Kleiman have signed on to develop programming centered around Durant and fellow professional athletes under the umbrella of their Thirty Five Media video business. ...

New McLaren sponsor announcements “soon” | F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: New McLaren sponsor announcements “soon” • Sirotkin ‘very impressive’ – Abiteboul • ‘No major compromises’ in Renault switch – McLaren Source: F1 Fanatic

Apple rerouting employee shuttles after highway attacks shatter windows on buses during commutes

 In the past week, five Apple commuter shuttles carrying employees to and from the company’s Cupertino offices have been attacked, several sources tell us. Windows on the buses were shattered by what employees are suspecting was a gun being fired at the vehicles. Read More Source: TechCrunch

Watch a thought race across the surface of the brain

 Although neuroscientists have a general idea of what parts of the brain do what, catching them in the act is a difficult proposition. But UC Berkeley researchers have managed to do it, visualizing based on direct measurement the path of a single thought (or at least thread) through the brain. Read More Source: TechCrunch

'Forever My Girl': Film Review

'Forever My Girl': Film Review
A country music superstar reconnects with the woman he left at the altar in ‘Forever My Girl,’ a romantic drama based on Heidi McLaughlin’s novel. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Reviews

Nomad’s new wireless charging hub is a traveler’s best friend

 If you spend any meaningful amount of time in hotels, you’ll know that many of them are still living in the age of the 30-pin adapter, even though most of us have already moved on to Lightning, wireless charging and USB-C. Nomad’s new wireless USB hub really cuts down on clutter, and makes it easy ...

Nintendo’s bringing DIY robots and more to the Switch using cardboard

 Nintendo’s big new surprise interactive experience for the Switch is now official, and it’s basically a maker kit for the portable console that uses cardboard component pieces to allow people to build a range of different creations and play with them using the console to power games that interact with the DIY components. Read More ...

Chariot expands to Columbus, Ohio with JPMorgan Chase commuter shuttle

 Ford’s Chariot shared commuter shuttle service is expanding to its latest new market: Columbus, Ohio. The Columbus launch is in partnership with JPMorgan Chase, and initial service in the area will be specifically a shuttle for the company’s 400 Corporate Center employees located within the city. Read More Source: TechCrunch

Volumetric photogrammetry — big words, bigger impact on VR

 Virtual reality: Most people have at least a rudimentary understanding of what the term means. For consumers, VR generally means strapping on a head-mounted display, stepping into a new world and enjoying the experience. The enveloping nature of VR allows people to explore environments in 360-degrees, but for most, how these immersive worlds are created ...