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Nokia Redesigns Its Iconic Logo for the First Time in Nearly 60 Years
The changes are dramatic: gone is the iconic Yale blue typeface, which was firmly associated with Nokia and the brand slogan Connecting People. The new logo consists of five different shapes that form the word NOKIA.
Boston Dynamics Demonstrated Its Atlas Robot's Skills at a Mock Construction Site
In Boston Dynamics' latest video, their humanoid robot Atlas is shown hopping around a mock construction site doing manual labor, tossing tool bags to the worker, and building a little pathway to bridge a gap between itself and the worker.
NVIDIA's Broadcast Tool Can Simulate Eye Contact Using AI
The company has added the new Eye Contact feature to its NVIDIA Broadcast 1.4 app. It uses artificial intelligence to simulate eye contact with the camera even if the user is looking in another direction.
Apple Expands Emergency SOS via Satellite to Select European Countries
The feature is designed for urgent communication with emergency services in places where there is no cellular and Wi-Fi coverage. In November, it was launched in the United States and Canada, and has now been expanded to several European countries.
Nothing Unveiled New Ear (stick) Wireless Earbuds for $99
Arriving in a compact and transparent cylindrical case that resembles lipstick, Nothing Ear (stick) with the half-in-ear design features a total of up to 29 hours of battery life between charges.
Apple Unveiled Two New iPad Pro Models With M2 Chips
Apple has finally unveiled a modernized entry-level iPad and the new iPad Pro range with new Apple Pencil functionality, a powerful M2 chipset, and lots of software improvements via iPadOS 16.
Elon Musk Unveiled the Prototype of Tesla's Humanoid Robot Optimus at Tesla's AI Day
The company showed what a working prototype of a humanoid robot could already do in a presentation video. While it is not very confident about moving around, it is already capable of carrying boxes, sorting parts of equipment, and even watering flowers.