It isn't just the 2020 iPhone that could be getting a major revamp. Apple could be giving the Apple Watch a big update as soon as next year. According to a new report from Chinese-language Economic Daily News, spotted by MacRumors, the iPhone-maker could be set to give its Watch a pretty sizable update with the new screen technology. Unlike OLED, which the Apple Watch has used since its first iteration launched in 2015, MicoLED can allow for brighter displays that are more power-efficient than OLED. They also don't have the same risk of burn-in that OLED experiences. It isn't the first time that Apple has been rumored to be experimenting MicoLED. An earlier report suggested that Apple was developing the displays at a California facility. The new report, however, suggests that Apple will be working with two Taiwanese companies on the new displays. Apple did not respond to a CNET request for comment. … [Read more...] about Apple Watch could get MicroLED display next year, report
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By Marissa Luck Published 8:01 am CDT, Friday, June 21, 2019 Mark Lashier president and chief executive officer of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company engages in an interview at the boardroom of the Chevron Phillips offices in The Woodlands, Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019. Chevron Phillips Chemical is reportedly offering to buy Calgary-based petrochemical maker Nova Chemicals. less Mark Lashier president and chief executive officer of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company engages in an interview at the boardroom of the Chevron Phillips offices in The Woodlands, Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019. ... more Photo: Marie D. De Jesús, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Photo: Marie D. De Jesús, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Mark Lashier … [Read more...] about Reports: Chevron Phillips offers to buy Nova Chemicals for $15B
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Middle East Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Middle East | New Report Shows How a Pro-Iran Group Spread Fake News Online Advertisement Supported by ByScott Shane and Ronen Bergman May 14, 2019 LOS ANGELES — Ali Al-Ahmed is a veteran critic of the Saudi government, so late last year he was not surprised to receive a Twitter message purporting to be from an Egyptian woman living in London who said that she, too, was a Saudi opponent. But Mr. Al-Ahmed, who is based in Washington, was wary of the woman, who identified herself as Mona A. Rahman. “Her picture was too made up, like the picture of a model,” he recalled. Her Arabic was imperfect. And her messages in Arabic included a character that indicated that she was typing on a Farsi-language keyboard. Then she sent him an article that appeared to be from the website of the Belfer … [Read more...] about New Report Shows How a Pro-Iran Group Spread Fake News Online
According to recent industry research, a large number of Google users do not expect the site to track their activities, locations and browsing history on other platforms — all of which Google does on a regular basis. An investigation by the Nieman Lab has found that many users do not expect Google to track their actions and movements, something which the tech giant has been known to do for some time. This presents a serious question: is Google failing to meet users expectations around consumer privacy?Companies such as Google and Facebook have been at the center of a number of user data scandals in recent years, the most notable being Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal which appeared to shock most of the public after the personal details of 87 million users was left vulnerable. Nieman Labs reports that the Cambridge Analytica scandal was not, however, an isolated incident: Cambridge Analytica was by no means an isolated case. Last summer, an AP … [Read more...] about Report: Consumers Still Don’t Understand that Google Is Always Watching Them
A new watchdog report claims that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has been purchasing cats and dogs at meat markets abroad to use in gruesome experiments here in the United States. The experiments, according to the report, involved feeding their body parts to healthy cats as well as injecting them into mice. The report was published online yesterday (March 20) by a nonprofit organization called The White Coat Waste Project. It says that the experiments were conducted by the USDA's Agricultural Research Service in the name of research that had a very limited impact on improving public health. So why did the USDA spend over a decade conducting these bizarre experiments? [7 Strange Facts about the 'Mind-Control' Parasite Toxoplasma Gondii] The purpose was to research toxoplasmosis, an infection caused by the common parasite Toxoplasma gondii, said Justin Goodman, the vice president of The White Coat Waste Project, who helped write the report. Toxoplasmosis is one of the … [Read more...] about Why Did the USDA Perform ‘Cat Cannibalism’ Experiments?