If you were left cold by the PlayStation 5-themed sneakers that smashed the cover earlier this week, you may need a 3D print of Adidas. , the latest model in its running division. Created in partnership with a 3D printing company , The 4D bow tie pattern from Adidas is designed to transform the vertical forces of your feet into forward motion.
The company says it should generate “three times as much forward motion under vertical load.” Energy savings for you and at least some environmental savings in the process: The mesh is 39% bio-based material, while the Primeknit fabric upper is recycled polyester. It might not be as good as Adidas’ (with an upper made from 95% ocean plastic), but it’s at least a little better.
– Mat Smith
Elon Musk took the time to prepare “ Saturday Night Live ” to tweet about the “ nominal ” landing.
The Starship’s last high-altitude test collapsed before the vehicle began its return to the ground, but the SN15 prototype launched, flipped into the air, and landed – all without exploding. It’s the first of SpaceX’s prototypes to cross that bar, and even though there was a small visible fire after it landed, the fact that it’s still standing is more than enough.
Mobile devices with 2nm-based processors might have batteries that last four times longer.
IBM claims to have squeezed 50 billion transistors onto a chip the size of your fingernail. The architecture can help processor manufacturers increase performance by 45% with the same amount of power as today’s 7nm chips – the same level of performance using 75% less power, according to IBM.
But said the indefinite suspension was outside of Facebook’s power.
Facebook’s Supervisory Board, formed to rule on matters relating to the moderation policy, has decided to offer qualified support for the suspension imposed on former US President Donald Trump. In a statement, the board said it was “justified” to restrict access to his account, but that the “indeterminate and standard penalty” was not. He said Facebook couldn’t just decide to permanently ban a user without a policy explaining why.
The Supervisory Board also called on Facebook to conduct a “full review” of its contribution to the electoral fraud narrative. He added, “This should be an open reflection on the design and policy choices Facebook has made that may allow its platform to be abused.”
The company is releasing a patch for models dating back to 2009.
Yes, even that ten-year-old tower PC that collects dust in your guest room.
It will stop selling both treadmills in the United States.
Peloton has accepted voluntary recalls for the Tread and Tread + treadmills in the United States and Canada. The company has entered into agreements with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) following injuries and death.
The recall of Tread + devices (Peloton’s first treadmill) follows more than 70 incidents of people, animals and / or objects being pulled under Tread +, . These include 29 reports of injuries to children, such as second and third degree abrasions and fractures. the for new machines Tread has been released because the touch screen can come loose and fall off, possibly causing injury.
In a statement, Peloton CEO John Foley said, “I want to be clear, Peloton erred in our initial response to the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s request to recall Tread +. We should have engaged more productively with them from the start. For that, I apologize. “
But chip shortages could be a problem this year.
Nintendo sold 4.73 million Switch consoles in the last quarter, almost double its own forecast. It ended up shipping 28.83 million consoles over the past year, exceeding its own expectations by over 2 million. In short, the Switch is doing very, very well.
It has now topped the Game Boy Advance lifetime sales and is expected to outperform the Wii next year. Well, as long as the wrinkles in the supply chain don’t ruin its course. Nintendo says semiconductor shortages could create “barriers to buying parts.” And remember, there’s this next-gen switch .
He estimated that 60% of the employees will work on site a few days a week.
In an extension of a , most Google employees will spend about three days working outside the office and the other two “where they work best.” How this breakdown works in practice will depend on the product orientation of the worker and the team of which he is a part.
In addition, Google will provide more opportunities for employees to travel. In mid-June, it will introduce a process for staff to apply to work from another office. In addition, all employees will have the chance to work up to four weeks away from their assigned desk. Google is also planning to develop more remote roles and even teams made up entirely of people in different locations.
In one , Pichai also mentioned Google’s work “testing new versatile offices and private workspaces, and working with teams to develop advanced video technology that creates greater equity between office workers and those who join virtually. “
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