Posts Tagged: engineer

‘Apex Legends’ second season debuts July 2nd with an engineer character

There's finally some concrete details about the second season of Apex Legends, and it's heartening news if you're either a defensive player or particularly competitive. The next phase of the game will add Wattson, an engineer character who thrives o…
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Facebook hires top Google engineer to head its chip development

Google snapped up a few Apple chip design talents over the past year to create its own processors, but now it has lost one of its own to another rival. According to Bloomberg, Facebook has hired Shahriar Rabii to head its silicon development efforts….
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Apple hires ex-Waymo engineer for self-driving project

Apple may not be as loud about its plans to create a self-driving car as Google or Uber, but the company is still in the game. According to The Information, Apple has just hired Jamie Waydo, a prominent engineer from Waymo's autonomous vehicle unit.
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Engineer 3D prints scale model of his new apartment to make sure furniture fits

Formlabs engineer Craig Broady recently moved into a new apartment with less space than his previous one. Would all of his furniture fit? No worries: that’s the kind of thing 3D printing is designed for!

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The Dyson 360 Eye is so complex you need a personal engineer to set it up

Dyson is looking toward the future with the 360 Eye, a robotic vacuum cleaner. Only problem? It’s so complex it requires an engineer to set it up. And perhaps that’s not too much to ask considering the huge price tag.

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One Google engineer is pushing for default end-to-end encryption in Allo

While Google’s new messaging app, Allo, does not enable end-to-end encryption by default, at least one engineer at Google seems to wish otherwise. Allo was launched at Google I/O, and only offers end-to-end encryption in incognito mode.

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