Microsoft Has Created a Tool to Find Pedophiles in Online Chats – This Week in Tech – 01/12/2020

Microsoft Has Created a Tool to Find Pedophiles in Online Chats

The news: Microsoft has created an automated system to detect sexual predators trying to groom children online. The tool, code-named Project Artemis, is designed to spot patterns of communication in conversations…


Seagate Will Ship 18TB and 20TB Hard Drives in 2020

Seagate is set to increase the amount of storage it offers in a hard drive next year with not one, but two higher capacity drives…


Walmart Wants to Build 20,000-Square-Foot Automated Warehouses With Fleets of Robot Grocery Pickers

Walmart has unveiled a new initiative that aims to make in-store fulfillment, one of the biggest challenges for its online grocery business, more efficient. Say hello to Alphabot, a robotic fulfillment system that uses human labor and robot speed to pick more than 800 products per hour…


Samsung Unveils T7 Touch Portable SSD With Faster Speeds and Built-in Fingerprint Scanner

Today Samsung took the wraps off the latest entry in its popular T-series portable SSD lineup. The Samsung Portable SSD T7 Touch is an external storage drive that delivers speeds up to twice as fast as the Samsung T5 (review), and for the very first time, features a built-in fingerprint sensor for added security…


Sony Stuns CES With an Electric Show Car, the Vision-S

It seems like just yesterday I was complaining about CES turning into a car show. Someone must have heard me, because it appears the response from the tech sector was to say “hold my beer and watch this…” On Monday evening in Las Vegas, Sony used the last few minutes of its CES keynote to show off a concept electric vehicle called the Vision-S…


Samsung Is Promising ‘Never-Die’ SSDs

Whether you choose a hard drive or an SSD for your PC, every drive will eventually come to the end of its life. Hard drives can develop bad sectors, but do manage to keep on working for a while. SSDs on the other hand tend to just die unexpectedly, but Samsung aims to fix that in its new PCIe Gen4 solid state drives…


Prinker’s Awesome Tattoo Printer Inks You Instantly, but Not Forever

One quick swipe is all it takes for the Prinker S tattoo printer to ink you up. You’re all done in less than a few seconds, with no sitting in front of an imposing tattooist with a needle while you question whether you should really get a tattoo at all. Best of all, it’s just as quick and easy to remove the Prinker tattoo, so if you feel a wave of regret, then it’s a mistake that’s quickly rectified…

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