It was recently announced that Amazon.com would be acquiring iRobot, the maker of the Roomba vacuum cleaner. There are still some “hoops” to jump through, such as shareholder and regulatory approval, but the deal looks promising. So, why does Amazon want to get into the vacuum cleaner business?Read entire article on
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Great news, folks! Wellbots is currently taking up to $200 off cat Ubers — err, robot vacuums. OK, it may not be the most exciting news ofRead entire article on
Amazon has been targeting alleged sellers of fake product reviews for the past seven years, starting with the first suit of its kind in 2015. A new wave of suits this week shows the company isn’t giving up, and the issue isn’t going away.
The company filed separate lawsuits against six websitesRead entire article on
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Deep learning can almost perfectly predict how ice forms
The news: Researchers have used deep learning to model more precisely than ever before how ice crystals form in the atmosphere. Their paper,Read entire article on
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Meta’s AI thinks CEO Mark Zuckerberg is as sketchy as you might — at least, if you ask the right questions at the right time. The BBC and other outlets like Insider have reported on their adventures stress-testing BlenderBot 3, the artificial intelligence chat tool Meta released last week.Read entire article on
Ashing, in which the light–sensitive coating known as photoresist is removed and cleaned from an etched wafer, is one of the most important and frequently performed steps in chip fabrication. In this step, photoresist organics are “burned off” using a processing tool in which monatomic plasma is created by exposing oxygen or fluorine gas at low pressure to high–power radioRead entire article on
Inrix sells location analytics software products to retailers such as Starbucks and Chick-fil-A. (Inrix Image)
Inrix, the Kirkland, Wash.-based transportation software and data provider founded in 2004, has raised $10 million from investors, less than a eyar after the company nearly went public.
A spokesperson confirmed the funding after GeekWire spotted a SEC filingRead entire article on