Google Glass May Have an Afterlife As a Device To Teach Autistic Children

“Just drive through that fence,” the voice says into my headset. I’m a bit rattled, having spun off the track and straight to the wrong side of said fence, just moments into my first drive of the 2020 Chevrolet Stingray. I’m fine, though. Not because of the five-point harness seat belt I tightened before hitting the accelerator, but because the car, the track, and my crash are all the work of a computer.

Alex Davies covers autonomous vehicles and other transportation machines for WIRED.

6 Las Vegas Strip offerings for tech-savvy visitors

As hotel-casinos along the Strip work to broaden their nongaming offerings, many are looking to excite guests with glimpses into the future.
Macquarie analyst Chad Beynon said it makes sense to integrate more technology into gaming spaces.
“VR and new technologies have found success outside of the casino industry,” he said via email. “It makes sense for Strip properties to begin to offer these types of features.”
Here are some of those Strip offerings for tech-savvy visitors.
1. Holographic tic-tac-toe

Bunny Slippers, Intoxication and Stolen Donuts: The Worst Job Seeker Habits

Express Employment Professionals surveys reveal the worst interview habits from both job seekers and employers; lateness most common complaint.
Unemployment may be low, but so, too, is the behavior of some job applicants.
“On the way, without asking, he grabbed a donut, brought it into my office and proceeded to eat it during the interview.”
“A person wanted to show me they could do the splits and a back handspring.”
“A lady showed up wearing bunny slippers.”

Report claims that one major issue prevents the DOJ from approving T-Mobile-Sprint merger – Phone Arena

CNBC’s David Faber has been following the twists and turns of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, and his latest report suggests that the Department of Justice is giving T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telekom one week to reach a settlement with the regulatory agency before it sues to block the $26.5 billion deal. The German telecommunications giant has one issue with the deal being worked out between T-Mobile, Dish and the DOJ.


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