This week we kick back with a kick drum synth, post some selfies on Sunlit, and shoot some hoops (or whatever the kids call it) with HomeCourt.
AI basketball app gets trash-talked after Apple showcase
A kitchenware company and an app for tracking shots on a basketball court couldn’t be more different. Yet, somehow the two wound up with nearly identical logos.
Such is the case for HomeCourt, whose shining moment Wednesday at the Steve Jobs Theatre got upstaged on social media after Australian company Hutch Kitchen pointed out the similarities.
New A12 Bionic chip makes 2018 iPhones into AI powerhouses
Apple called the new iPhones‘ A12 Bionic chip “the smartest and most powerful chip ever in a smartphone.” And despite the company’s occasional hyperbole and frequent marketing wizardry, it’s not kidding around.
Here’s why the A12 is so exciting — and what that means for Apple’s Core ML machine learning platform.
Hot new basketball app uses AI to improve your shooting
Basketball star Jeremy Lin didn’t make the NBA with the help of an iPhone or iPad.
But Lin could help the next generation raise their game thanks to an AI-powered iOS app he helped launch with a former Apple engineer.