As self-driving cars become more advanced with a greater number of onboard computers, sensors, cameras and WiFi, the amount of data is expected to balloon, providing automakers, insurers and others with rich information to harvest.
A single autonomous car could generate as much as 100GB of data every second, said Barclays analyst Brian Johnson, in a note published Wednesday.
If extrapolated out to the entire U.S. fleet of vehicles — 260 million in number — autonomous cars and trucks could potentially produce about 5,800 exabytes, Johnson stated.
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Sporting initial Chromecast support, SMPlayer 17.1 will let you send video files from your personal computer to your Chromecast device to watch them on your big-screen TV, or your friends’ for that matter. The feature supports both online and local sources, including those from popular video hosting services like YouTube and Vimeo.
“SMPlayer 17.1 features experimental support for Chromecast. Now you can send videos from SMPlayer to your Chromecast device, including local files from your computer and online streams such as TV channels or videos from sites like YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Vevo and many more,” reads the release announcement.
However, this being an experimental implementation, it supports a limited number of video and audio codecs, including H.264 High Profile Level 4.1 and VP8, MP3, FLAC, Vorbis, HE-AAC, LC-AAC, and WAV (LPCM). It also supports the MP4, AAC, MP3, WAV, and WebM media container formats, and JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, WEBP image formats.
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If we saw this on an airplane we’d probably throw up. Luckily, it’s just a video.
On Sunday, a video surfaced that purports to show the iPhone 7, which is expected be released this fall, but hasn’t been shown off by Apple.
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In the video, which is narrated in Chinese, we see the supposed new iPhone 7 compared to an iPhone 6S. Based on the visuals alone, we see that the alleged new iPhone has redesigned antenna lines, a larger camera and, most importantly, no headphone jack. Read more…
If you’ve spent any time at all on social networks, you’ll most likely have come across a Dubsmash clip featuring front-cam video of someone lip-syncing over music or a popular movie dialogue. The Berlin-based firm now wants to get its users to spend more time with its service instead of heading off to Facebook and Twitter. Version 2 of Dubsmash for iOS and Android lets people message each other with lip-sync videos, called ‘dubs’, right within the app, in private one-on-one chats as well as group conversations. You can also add a dub to your profile and discover new sounds…
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DOOM is coming back to the world of video games this Friday, but does it have a place in the modern day landscape of shooters? We have a few test cases that might tell us.
2Win! Global, the world leader in software demonstration methodology, unveils a new innovative video platform and production services offering that helps businesses of all types and skill levels…
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Voice actors in the video game industry may go on strike if the union and the industry can’t negotiate new contracts.