At its Build developer conference last year, Microsoft announced four “bridges” designed to help developers bring applications into the Windows Store. Three of these are still around: “Westminster” for porting Web apps, “Centennial” for Win32 apps, and “Islandwood” for iOS apps. But the company confirmed on Thursday that the fourth bridge, “Astoria,” intended to help bring Android […]Read more "Microsoft: Company Ends Development of ‘Project Astoria’ Tool for Bringing Android Apps to Windows"
Facebook has been using artificial intelligence software to scan satellite imagery and identify human-built structures. It hopes to use the information to determine where internet-beaming drones would best be deployed.Read more "Facebook uses AI to map people’s home"
Originally posted on Paul Bernal's Blog:
The conflict between Apple and the FBI over the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone has already had a huge amount of coverage, and that’s likely to continue for a while. The legal details and the technical details have already been written about at great length, but what is perhaps…
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