Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news

Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news

Thursday, January 03

Good morning readers! Here are Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news. Enjoy the read and follow us for more on our LinkedIn page.

  1. 14 questions CES 2019 needs to answer. As the tech world descends on Las Vegas next week, these are the issues that dominate the landscape.

  2. Sony promises better face identification through depth-sensing lasers. Sony is eager to establish itself as the go-to supplier for the next generation of visual-processing chips with a set of new 3D sensors.

  3. Apple’s Cook faces toughest test yet navigating iPhone slowdown. Apple Inc’s Tim Cook confirmed Jan 2 that the latest iPhones, his flagship product, are not selling up to expectations.
  4. In a first for humanity, China just parked an unmanned vehicle on the dark side of the moon. The probe was launched by a Long March-3B carrier rocket on December 8 from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China’s Sichuan Province, and its sister relay satellite has been in orbit since May.

  5. Google gets FCC approval to use radar-based motion sensor. The sensor allows you to control your gadgets and device features with hand gestures.