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Digital twins improve real-life manufacturing

Before reality, there’s simulation.  A 2021 missile-inceptor test conducted by aerospace and US defense technology provider Raytheon Technologies held no surprises because the company had already tested almost every aspect of the launch in simulation. Siemens and space agency NASA’s… Continue Reading →

BlackBerry Shuts Down Services for Legacy Phones Today

It’s over. If you try to start up your aging Blackberry smartphone today, it’ll fail to work as it always has in the past. BlackBerry, formerly known as RIM, is sticking with the timeline announced in 2020 to shut off… Continue Reading →

AT&T and Verizon agree to delay the launch of their upgraded 5G networks for two weeks over aviation safety concerns from the FAA and the airline industry (David Lumb/CNET)

David Lumb / CNET: AT&T and Verizon agree to delay the launch of their upgraded 5G networks for two weeks over aviation safety concerns from the FAA and the airline industry  —  The companies were poised to roll out the… Continue Reading →

Have a better 2022 with these tech resolutions

Like clockwork, at the end of every year, people around the world sit down and make resolutions for the new one: lose weight, meditate, save money.  Maybe this year it’s time to take stock of your tech life. Perhaps you’ve been getting a persistent… Continue Reading →

Experts say the Apple Watch has yet to change patient management as Apple’s efforts in getting FDA approvals and broader acceptance among doctors are lacking (Patrick McGee/Financial Times)

Patrick McGee / Financial Times: Experts say the Apple Watch has yet to change patient management as Apple’s efforts in getting FDA approvals and broader acceptance among doctors are lacking  —  Device touted as ‘future of health’ has yet to… Continue Reading →

The Games We Played and Would (Mostly) Recommend in 2021

As the end of the year rolls around, it’s a time to reflect — in this case, on some of the games we played throughout the year. Most of us at ExtremeTech are gamers of one sort or another, and… Continue Reading →

The code must go on: An Afghan coding bootcamp becomes a lifeline under Taliban rule

Four months after the Afghan government fell to the Taliban, 22-year-old Asad Asadullah had settled into a new routine.  In his hometown in Afghanistan’s northern Samangan province, the former computer science student started and ended each day glued to his… Continue Reading →

Habitat for Humanity Deploys First 3D Printed Home

(Photo: Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg )Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit that builds and repairs homes in partnership with lower-income families and individuals, has officially signed over its first 3D printed home.  Habitat for Humanity partnered with Alquist to… Continue Reading →

Paradox, which makes Olivia, a conversational AI assistant for recruiting tasks like candidate screening, raises a $200M Series C at a $1.5B valuation (Andy Blye/Phoenix Business Journal)

Andy Blye / Phoenix Business Journal: Paradox, which makes Olivia, a conversational AI assistant for recruiting tasks like candidate screening, raises a $200M Series C at a $1.5B valuation  —  Paradox, a Scottsdale company that makes conversational recruiting software, announced… Continue Reading →

Our favorite stories of 2021

The end of the year is always a good time for a bit of introspection and self-reflection. It also seems right to pause to celebrate some of the high points from a challenging year. We asked our writers and editors… Continue Reading →

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