Now in Tech: 2/1/2018
Your Daily Dose of Tech News
Musk's flamethrowers are out of stock
Company's newest product, the flamethrower, is sold out according to the
official website. Yes, all 20,000 of them. It first came out on Saturday,
priced at $500 a piece. And it only took 100 hours for the company to rake in
$10 million from the sale. All the orders are expected to ship out in the
movie is on the way to movie theater
confirmed it's now working with Illumination, the animation studio who brought
Minions and Despicable Me, to make a Super Mario movie. The hot wave of the
game Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch is likely to push the production to
a blockbuster sell. But when the Mario movie will hit theaters is still up in
Google to forecast flight delays
Google Flight search engine is able to predict flight delays ahead of airline's
official announcement. With the help of AI technologies, the Google Flight now incorporates exogenous factors such as
weather conditions or late arriving into consideration and inform travelers of
possibilities of delay. Yet it will not officially flag any delays until the
app is at least 80% confident in the prediction.
rocket booster survived landing
making an effort to land the rocket booster like the company did before,
SpaceX's latest launch saw a weird twist as the Falcon 9 rocket booster
remained intact and afloat after falling to the Atlantic Ocean. The conditions
of the rocket is still unknown as SpaceX is now arranging a tow-back.
flooded by a fake news YouTube channel
channel called "Top Stories Today" managed to fill up the Bing's
Video page with all sorts of fake news. If you clicks on the "News"
tab from Bing and move to video, you will get an eye-full of the following
kind: “Breaking: Germany demands immediate prosecution of Obama”; “The Royal
wedding in jeopardy,” and “Russian is about to take out Obama
permanently.”These fake news videos managed to rake in around 84 million views
before being taken off the search engine.