Apple sent out invitations for its big event on September 12th. Let's Meet at Our Place, said the invites to the Steve Jobs Theater on the new Apple Campus.
Robotics company Zipline has begun to use its drones to deliver blood to Rwanda’s blood transfusion centers. The FCC.gov site allows pretty much anyone to upload any file to their site which can then be made accessible via the FCC.gov domain. The public API that literally anyone can get allows those who know what to do with it the ability to throw pretty much anything on the .gov website. So, executables, PDFs, mp4 files, which I’m sure you can imagine gets sticky when you consider that this might be a malware artist’s dream.
BBC reports that Zipline will soon expand into Tanzania, making it the largest drone delivery company in the world. IFA 2017 is under way in Berlin right now which means an avalanche of hardware announcements.
Plus, two new Star Wars toys from Sphero.
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- Apple announces iPhone event on Sept. 12 in Steve Jobs Theater
- Apple to FCC: Protect net neutrality and don’t allow online fast lanes
- The FCC.gov Website Lets You Upload Malware Using Its Own Public API Key
- US drone company eyes Tanzania for medical deliveries
- Lyft extends service throughout 32 states
- LG V30 unveiled with envelope-pushing screen-to-body ratio and camera optics
- The latest Moto X hits Europe in September, US later this fall
- Lenovo unveils Windows Mixed Reality headset and Yoga 920 laptop with Cortana support from 4 meters away
- Another $300 smartwatch that wants to be the best high-end fitness device.
- Logitech made a smarter keyboard that has a brilliant customizable dial