Category Archives: Clips

This 22-Year-Old CEO Wants To Help Make Self-Driving Cars Affordable

Austin Russell’s startup, Luminar, is aiming to get high-res lidar laser scanners cheap enough to enable self-driving subcompacts. (Read on Fast Company.)

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Amazon Prime Monthly Streaming Guide

The best TV shows and movies coming to Amazon this month, on Tom’s Guide.

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Hulu Monthly Streaming Guide

The best new shows and movies this month on Hulu.

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A New Point-and-Click Revolution Brings AI To The Masses

Like web programming a decade ago, artificial intelligence is building simplified tools for non-experts, which could result in new jobs. (Read on Fast Company.)

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Silicon Valley Tries To Turn Its Newfound Political Awareness Into Action

Shocked by November’s election, some tech workers are discovering politics and engaging with social causes well outside their bubble. (Read on Fast Company.)

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Disqus Grapples With Hosting Toxic Comments On Breitbart And Extreme-Right Sites

The dominant online community software provider sets a high threshold for dropping sites—even extreme ones—for offensive comments. (Read on Fast Company)

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The Sleep Science Behind Fitbit’s New Alta HR Fitness Tracker

Using a heart-rate monitor, Fitbit will gauge how deeply you sleep. Can the resulting data help you get more out of your slumber? (Read on Fast Company.)

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Canon Crop Factor: How the Camera Model Affects Your Lenses

Canon’s top cameras use a sensor about the size of a 35mm film frame in old cameras. However, most of Canon’s DSLRs use a smaller sensor, with the jargony name Canon APS-C. The lens’ sensor size determines how images look. … Continue reading

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Nikon Crop Factor: The Difference Between FX and DX Cameras

One of the first things you’ll encounter when buying a Nikon DSLR or Nikkor lens is the distinction between FX and DX models. In short: FX-format gear costs more, tends to deliver higher quality images and captures wider-angle photos. (Read … Continue reading

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Shopify, Breitbart, And The B2B Boycotts That Are Dragging Brands Into Politics

Consumers can’t do business with Shopify directly. But they can target the companies that do—and support employees who want to quit. (Read on Fast Company.)

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