Daily Archive: August 5, 2020

The Very Greatest Tech Devices Of 2019

Microsoft was sitting quietly for a lot of occasions after an early lead on mobility with its older mobile working system giving advantage to Apple iPhone and Google’s Android OS. However now the Huge Daddy is again! To offer handsets for every kind of mobile customers of this modern age, most of the corporations moved into the cell industry. But, just some cellular manufacturing companies reached prime position are often known as the trusted companies out there. Now-a-days, a lot of the cellular users are wondering for the best quality handsets at low value. Earlier than the appearance of the … Read More

In a blow to Bixby, Siri cofounder Adam Cheyer departs Samsung

Last week, Voicebot.ai reported that Adam Cheyer, a founding member of the startups that built both Siri and Bixby, left Samsung after a two-year stint at the company. Cheyer himself corroborated the report today, telling VentureBeat that he has no next plans as of yet.

Cheyer’s departure coincides with a minor exodus from the Bixby voice assistant team at Samsung. At least seven people left between January and April including lead conversation designer Robbie Pickard, senior engineer Theo Gravity, and senior director David Oh, according to Voicebot.ai. Perhaps uncoincidentally, Reuters and Bloomberg recently reported that Samsung is considering dropping Bixby

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SpaceX successfully flies its Starship prototype to a height of around 500 feet – TechCrunch

SpaceX has been developing Starship, its next-generation spacecraft, at its site in Boca Chica, Texas. The company has built a number of different Starship prototypes to date, include one prior version called the Starhopper that was essentially just the bottom portion of the rocket. Today, the company flew its first full-scale prototype (minus the domed cap that will appear on the final version, and without the control fins that will appear lower down on its sides), achieving an initial flight of around 150 m (just under 500 feet).

This is the furthest along one of these prototypes has come in

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