FCC Chairman Pai cancels CES appearance – CNET


CNET

FCC Chairman Pai cancels CES appearance
CNET
Federal Communications Chairman Ajit Pai has canceled plans to speak at the CES tech trade show in Las Vegas next week. FCC Holds Vote On Repeal Of Net Neutrality Rules. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai will not speak this year at
FCC chairman Ajit Pai suspiciously cancels his CES 2018 visitMashable



all 13 news articles »

Brazil Demands Apple Explain How iPhone Owners Can Obtain Battery Replacements – Mac Rumors


Mac Rumors

Brazil Demands Apple Explain How iPhone Owners Can Obtain Battery Replacements
Mac Rumors
Brazilian state agency Procon-SP today asked Apple to better explain why it has implemented power management features in older iPhones and how Brazilian iPhone users can obtain battery replacements, reports Reuters. In a blog post on the Procon-SP
Apple's Embarrassing iPhone Throttling Is Tim Cook's First Major FailureForbes


Cheap Replacement Batteries Expected to Hit iPhone SalesPCMag
How Do You Know If Your iPhone Needs A New Battery Or Is Being Throttled? Here's HowTech Times
PYMNTS.com –Ars Technica –Investorplace.com –Phone Arena
all 159 news articles »

Ancient baby’s DNA reveals completely unknown branch of Native American family tree – The Verge


The Verge

Ancient baby's DNA reveals completely unknown branch of Native American family tree
The Verge
An Alaskan baby buried 11,500 years ago has clued scientists in to a forgotten branch of the Native American family tree. This child's DNA is more genetically ancient than the ancestors of modern Native Americans — so it must have come from a
In the Bones of a Buried Child, Signs of a Massive Human Migration to the AmericasNew York Times


Discovery of Unknown Ancient Population Changes Our Understanding of How North America Was SettledGizmodo
Ancient DNA gives glimpse of ancestors of Native AmericansFox News
TIME –Ars Technica –Live Science –Newsweek
all 35 news articles »

‘Bomb Cyclone’: Rare Snow in South as North Braces for Bitter Cold – New York Times


New York Times

'Bomb Cyclone': Rare Snow in South as North Braces for Bitter Cold
New York Times
A powerful winter storm dealt a chilly blow to the Southeastern United States on Wednesday, as Floridians marveled at the rare sight of accumulating snow and officials around the region warned of icy roads and dangerously low temperatures — all while
A 'bomb cyclone' and 'polar vortex' are headed for the East Coast — here's what those weather terms actually meanBusiness Insider


Are Bomb Cyclones Real? The Difference Between a Nor'Easter, Blizzard and a Winter HurricaneNewsweek
Canada Goose shares rise as 'bomb cyclone' approachesFox Business

all 286 news articles »

Turn your Amazon Echo into a smart home security system – VentureBeat


VentureBeat

Turn your Amazon Echo into a smart home security system
VentureBeat
If you've just unwrapped an Amazon Echo hub, now is the perfect time to connect it and its digital voice assistant, Alexa, to your home security system. With a two-year head start over the rest of the digital assistant market, Alexa's repertoire of
Alexa could be our next crime fighterCNET


Hisense's 2018 smart TVs are getting Amazon AlexaThe Verge
Apple adds a Siri-powered news briefing to the latest iOS betaEngadget
Business Insider –9to5Mac –SlashGear –PR Newswire (press release)
all 144 news articles »

Alaskan ‘sunrise’ girl sheds light on how humans populated Americas – Reuters


Reuters

Alaskan 'sunrise' girl sheds light on how humans populated Americas
Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Ancient DNA extracted from the skull of a six-week-old baby girl whose 11,500-year-old remains were unearthed in a burial pit in central Alaska is helping scientists resolve long-standing controversies about how humans first
A Previously Unknown Group of Ancient Native Americans Was Just RevealedSeeker


DNA From 11000-Year-Old Alaskan Child Skeleton Rewrites History of Humans in AmericaNewsweek
Ancient DNA Reveals a Completely Unknown Population of Native AmericansScienceAlert
New York Times –Gizmodo –Laboratory Equipment –Archaeology
all 39 news articles »

Alaskan infant’s DNA tells story of ‘first Americans’ – BBC News


BBC News

Alaskan infant's DNA tells story of 'first Americans'
BBC News
The 11,500-year-old remains of an infant girl from Alaska have shed new light on the peopling of the Americas. Genetic analysis of the child, allied to other data, indicates she belonged to a previously unknown, ancient group. Scientists say what they
In the Bones of a Buried Child, Signs of a Massive Human Migration to the AmericasNew York Times


Ancient baby's DNA reveals completely unknown branch of Native American family treeThe Verge
Discovery of Unknown Ancient Population Changes Our Understanding of How North America Was SettledGizmodo
Reuters –Phys.Org –Ars Technica –Seeker
all 37 news articles »