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NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland has selected Altius Space Machines, Honeybee Robotics and Orbit Fab to provide robotic grapple fixtures for a testing initiative slated to begin in the spring and summer of 2021. Engineers at NASA's Exploration and In-Space Services projects division will evaluate the companies' grapple fixtures using robotics facilities at Goddard under space act agreements.

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Apple and the Department of Veterans Affairs are in talks to develop tools to help approximately nine million former service members access electronic health records with the use of iPhones, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. The report said Apple also offered to provide engineering support to the department through the proposed partnership. The technology firm aims to […] More
Dan Levin, the longstanding chief operating officer of the cloud storage and document sharing company Box is stepping down, and will be replaced by former Apple and Cisco executive Stephanie Carullo, reports Biz Journals. Carullo worked in sales at IBM for 14 years and was then employed in various sales leadership positions at Telstra, Cisco and Apple. She was most recently employed by […] More
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates has received a contract from Japan’s national space agency to provide grapple fixtures that will work to support connections between the Japanese Experiment Module support equipment and the JEM Robotic Manipulator System. MDA said Tuesday the grapple fixtures are designed to operate with JEMRMS and some of its payloads as the robotic arm supports the JEM […] More
Five technology companies back Apple‘s resistance to help the FBI unlock an iPhone to assist in the investigation of a shooting incident that took place in San Bernardino, California, in December 2015, Mashable reported Thursday. Seth Fiegerman writes Apple CEO Tim Cook has argued the de-encryption tool being demanded by federal authorities could set a “dangerous” precedent and compromise the security and privacy […] More
Accenture and Avanade have been selected to migrate the email service of England's Health Department and Scotland's National Health Service to a new cloud-based platform in a move to help social workers collaborate. The companies will implement a new directory and Lync collaboration technology for instant messaging, voice over Internet protocol, audio and video communication, […] More
A subsidiary of NIC Inc. in Arkansas has introduced a government application for Apple Watch. The Gov2Go app from NIC's Arkansas Information Consortium LLC works like a personal digital assistant to remind users about deadlines of car registration tag renewal, property tax payments and other government-related events, NIC said Thursday. “Since the founding of our […] More
Apple and IBM have partnered to offer the first batch of IBM MobileFirst for iOS applications that deliver big data and analytics functions to enterprise customers in sectors such as government whose workers use iPhone and iPad devices. Bridget van Kralingen, senior vice president at IBM Global Business Services, said Wednesday that the collaboration works to help businesses adopt enterprise mobility technologies for individual engagement […] More
Verizon has received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to run the company’s remote health-monitoring technology on the iOS mobile operating system run by Apple devices such as iPhones and iPads. The company said Tuesday the Converged Health Management platform is built to help reduce hospital readmissions by helping clinicians, healthcare providers and […] More
Apple has sought to further build up its online music streaming service by acquiring social media analytics firm Topsy Labs, Reuters reported Monday. San Francisco-based Topsy mines data from social networks, specifically feeds from microblogging service Twitter, for insights into customer sentiment, according to the report. Poornima Gupta writes that industry watchers speculating over Apple’s […] More
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