New data shows that Chrome OS has continued to dominate in the US K-12 education market, pushing Apple’s iOS down from 19 to 14 percent. Chrome OS now has a 58 percent market share in US classrooms.
Running out of storage on your hard drive? You could try keeping your data on your DNA. Researchers have learned how to efficiently code an entire operating system, a short film, an Amazon gift card, and a bunch of other stuff onto a single nucleotide.
New legislation passed in Virginia allows for delivery robots to hit the streets starting in July. The bots can travel no faster than 10 miles per hour and a person is required to monitor the path and take over the controls if things go wrong, but there are no line of site requirements.
The Uber for private jets wanted to charge journalists $2000 if they didn't write a favorable piece about them. We talk about the future of Pixel phones and free integrated Cognitive Assessments software from NASA. Plus, Iain Thomspon from The Register joins us to talk about Uber's latest scandal. This one involves Greyballing.
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- Apple’s Devices Lose Luster in American Classrooms
- What’s Stored in DNA? An Old French Movie and a $50 Gift Card
- Virginia is the first state to pass a law allowing robots to deliver straight to your door
- JetSmarter tries to extort journalists for positive coverage
- Google's SVP of hardware shared a few hints about the successor to the Pixel phone.
- Google isn't killing off its own Chromebooks after all
- Ride-sharing tech bros accused of shady behavior shocker
- NASA released a ton of software for free and here’s some you should try