You may not have heard of ByteDance, but you probably know its red-hot video app TikTok, which gobbled up Musical.ly in August. The Beijing-based company also runs a popular news aggregator called Jinri Toutiao, which means ?today?s headlines? in Chinese, and the app just assigned a new CEO. At a company event on Saturday, Chen Lin, an [?]
Facebook may soon start targeting entire families with ads based primarily on the photos they post online, having just won a patent detailing such a technology. The Menlo Park, California-based social media giant drafted a
Definers Public Affairs, the firm Facebook hired to go on the offensive against critics after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, might be leading an attack campaign targeting Apple at the behest of Qualcomm, new evidence suggests.
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 15, 2018--Yapta today announced that it was named to Deloitte?s 2018 Technology Fast 500?, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. Yapta?s fiscal year revenue growth of 901 percent from 2014-2017 placed the company 127th on Deloitte?s national ranking, and 4th in the state of Washington.
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam ? ?Better understanding of how to implement Manufacturing 4.0 in your business? is one of the main topics of the 2018 World Manufacturers Forum powered by the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI). The final seats for the forum are now available.
Google?s Home ecosystem has been a boon for getting your home controlled under one interface, but it?s about to get a lot better: Home devices are getting a bunch of new features right as the holiday season starts.
China?s state-owned news agency Xinhua Saturday debuted a robotic news anchor that it said are powered by artificial intelligence at the fifth World Internet Conference. Made to look like a man, the news anchor was developed by Xinhua News Agency and Chinese search engine company Sogou.com. The news anchor is able to learn from live [?]
Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) is working in collaboration with Mitsubishi Electric to increase the automation of post-processing systems. AMT, which launched its own PostPro3D platform this past September, says its technology offers up to 50x greater productivity thanks to Mitsubishi Electric?s automation technologies. The PostPro3D integrates automation technology based on Mitsubishi Electric?s MELSEC iQ-F Series compact PLC, HMIs, SCADA and MELFA articulated arm robots. By incorporating an advanced robotic arm system into the PostPro3D process, AMT has achieved a high level of automation and (consequently) productivity. As the company specifies, the PostPro3D system can turn out hundreds of finished 3D