As sale rumors swirl, Essential claims it’s focusing on ‘game-changing’ products
Essential, the company launched last year by Android co-founder Andy Rubin, is considering selling itself. The news comes after dismal sales of its first product launch, the Essential Phone (PH-1).
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An informant with insider knowledge regarding ofo's operations approached us to provide some details regarding their closure in so many markets.
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What if there was a way to give everyone suffering from conditions like paralysis or Locked-in syndrome the means to operate prosthetic devices and tech gadgets using mind-control? Well, there is – or at least, there will be. IBM Research recently developed an end-to-end proof-of-concept for a method of controlling an off-the-shelf robotic arm with a brain-computer interface built using a take-home EEG monitor. To accomplish this, the researchers developed AI to interpret the data from the EEG monitor as commands for the robotic arm. That may not sound like something that will change everything overnight – and IBM isn’t… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: IBM