Posts Tagged ‘Testing’

Samsung is reportedly testing a dual-screen smartphone prototype

Samsung is reportedly testing a dual-screen smartphone prototype

According to reports from Korean publications ET News and The Investor, tech giant Samsung will produce a number of prototype dual-screen smartphones this year. The company has already begun production on the device, say the reports, and plans to make between 2,000 and 3,000 units in the first half of 2017. These dual-screen devices...

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Second CH-53K helicopter enters testing program

Second CH-53K helicopter enters testing program

Richard TomkinsWEST PALM BEACH, Fla., March 15 (UPI) — Sikorsky’s second CH-53K King Stallion helicopter has joined the flight test program for the future U.S. Marine Corps aircraft and achieved first flight. Top News – UPI.com

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The New York Times is testing pop-up ads asking users to disable ad blockers

The New York Times is testing pop-up ads asking users to disable ad blockers

The New York Times is the latest website to employ a pop-up to encourage readers using ad blockers to whitelist their site, according to Ad Age. The news site began testing out various methods including pop-up ads to get users to either whitelist the website or subscribe to the paper (which ironically still won’t...

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German Navy testing unmanned counter-mine vessel

German Navy testing unmanned counter-mine vessel

Richard TomkinsWINFRITH, England, Feb. 9 (UPI) — The German Navy has received a multi-role unmanned surface vessel from Atlas Elektronik UK for assessment for use in anti-mine operations. Latest News – UPI.com

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Researchers develop fast testing method for antibiotic susceptibility

Researchers develop fast testing method for antibiotic susceptibility

Marilyn MalaraSAN DIEGO, Jan. 23 (UPI) — Researchers from the University of California, San Diego have developed a speedy method to determine whether bacteria are susceptible to antibiotics. Latest News – UPI.com

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Verizon to start testing ‘toll-free’ data in coming days

Verizon to start testing ‘toll-free’ data in coming days

Verizon plans in the next few days to start testing so-called sponsored data, the equivalent of toll-free calling for the Internet age. “The capabilities we’ve built allow us to break down any byte that is carried across our network and have all or a portion of that sponsored,” Verizon executive VP Marni Walden said...

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Twitter is testing multiple emoji reactions to tweets

Twitter is testing multiple emoji reactions to tweets

The heart’s reign of terror as the only emoji-based reaction to a tweet may be coming to an end. Twitter user _Ninji noticed the ability to select multiple emoji from the heart, including the frown, the grimace, the party noisemaker, and the 100. “I can’t believe they’re finally letting me (100) tweets,” _Ninji wrote. A...

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A Google engineer is testing USB Type-C cables so you don’t have to

A Google engineer is testing USB Type-C cables so you don’t have to

USB Type-C is undoubtedly the future, thanks to its reversible design, super-fast speed and high power output. Apple and Google both bet big on the standard’s inevitable ubiquity by using it in the new MacBook and both Nexus phones. Unfortunately, it’s still gonna be awhile before it fully replaces the usual Type-A and -B connectors,...

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Google Now starts testing Foursquare tips without the app installed

Google Now starts testing Foursquare tips without the app installed

Google appears to be testing a new feature with its Google Now smart assistant on Android phones that displays recommendations from local discovery app Foursquare, even without the app installed. The test displays Foursquare-sourced tips for good places to buy coffee or, say, grab sushi in nearby areas as you maneuver a city, according...

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The FAA is testing new technology to find dangerous drone operators

The FAA is testing new technology to find dangerous drone operators

The Federal Aviation Administration is cracking down on unauthorized drone flights. Earlier this week the body hit a commercial drone operator, SkyPan International, with a $ 1.9 million fine for illegal flights that took place over New York and Chicago. In order to monitor similar flights in the future, and to stop dangerous collisions...

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