Microsoft has announced the launch of its Photos Companion app on both iOS and Android. The app lets you easily copy pictures from your iOS/Android device to your Windows 10 PC wirelessly and hassle-free.
He hasn’t even taken the stage yet but Justin Timberlake’s halftime performance is already embroiled in controversies.
The most bizarre of these was the rumor, reported Saturday on TMZ, that he’d share the stage with a hologram of the late, great Prince. Reports of a planned holographic tribute to the pop star, who passed away in April 2016, were swiftly met with vehement backlash.
Much of that criticism coalesced around Prince’s long-time drummer and friend Sheila E, who tweeted a reminder that, in life, Prince expressed deep hatred for holographic revivals of dead artists.
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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and while February 14 is all about spending time with your special lady friend, we’d be lying if we said she isn’t expecting a present.
Sure, flowers and boxes of chocolates are holiday standards, but they also suggest you waited until the very last minute to buy something for your boo, which might not go over that well.
The holidays are already among us and if you’re still scrambling for the perfect holiday present for your family, you’re probably shit out of luck, my friend.
But have no fear. It’s time to finally skip those long lines and those pesky overdraft fees with a few simple DIY holiday gifts your family will actually enjoy.
1. ‘How To Tell Time’ Coffee and Wine Glass Holder
How to: You’ll need an 18 by 16 inch dark-stained piece of wood, white paint, and attach sawtooth hangers. This is a funny but simple DIY gift that anyone can appreciate, cheers. Read more…
Hailing a flying taxi will someday be as easy as pulling out your phone and pressing a button.
That’s the future presented by a number of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft projects, and major transportation movers and shakers, most notably Uber and its partners, have outlined plans to take the ride hailing services currently stuck on the ground to put them in the skies.
One of the busiest companies in the space is Airbus, which just dropped a new video of its autonomous flying taxi hailing project. The video is just a CG demo of the concept, but it’s still an exciting vision of the future of mobility. Read more…