Archive for March, 2016


In Technology We Trust (Maybe) – Forbes

Forbes In Technology We Trust (Maybe)ForbesIn Gold We Trust becomes In Technology We Trust. It is perhaps not surprising that Bitcoin use is highest among those with a background in computer science. But hang on. There's a problem, isn't there? After all, governments are human constructs. And … technology – Google News

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What Technology Companies Can Learn from Toy Makers – Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business Review What Technology Companies Can Learn from Toy MakersHarvard Business ReviewWe're already thinking critically about the impact of screen time on kids, and looking for ways that technology can help them learn and collaborate instead of cutting themselves off from others. Now we need to turn that same kind of critical attention … […]

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Technology to Make Clean Energy From Coal Is Stumbling in Practice – New York Times

New York Times Technology to Make Clean Energy From Coal Is Stumbling in PracticeNew York TimesIn the first large-scale project of its kind, the plant was equipped with a technology that promised to pluck carbon out of the utility's exhaust and bury it underground, transforming coal into a cleaner power source. In the months after […]

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Making the Technology of the Future Work Today – New York Times

Making the Technology of the Future Work TodayNew York TimesIn other words, it feels like the early days in most path-breaking technologies. A little-noticed quality of the future is that it arrives consisting mostly of the past. All innovations consist of things already around us, with a few innovations — and … technology – Google […]

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Robotics Researcher Says Autonomous Technology Is ‘Absolutely Not Ready’ For Widespread Use – Jalopnik

Jalopnik Robotics Researcher Says Autonomous Technology Is 'Absolutely Not Ready' For Widespread UseJalopnikSelf-driving cars seem to be just about all the auto industry can discuss lately, but at least one robotics expert thinks it's time to slow that roll a little bit. While a Duke University researcher and is all for autonomous technology, she said […]

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Five Marketing Lessons From MarTech 2016 (Where Marketing And Technology Collide) – Forbes

Forbes Five Marketing Lessons From MarTech 2016 (Where Marketing And Technology Collide)ForbesMartech 2016, the gathering of marketing professionals who use technology, was held recently in San Francisco and it was another excellent conference. Marketing is evolving from what used to be the art of communications (what we say) and media (how we … technology – Google […]

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UK cancer surgery to be live-streamed via virtual reality technology – The Guardian

The Guardian UK cancer surgery to be live-streamed via virtual reality technologyThe GuardianAn operation on a British cancer patient is to be live-streamed around the world using virtual reality technology designed to make viewers feel as if they are in the operating theatre itself. It will be performed by Shafi Ahmed, a London surgeon who […]

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Nielsen: When it comes to technology, millennials aren’t the same – USA TODAY

USA TODAY Nielsen: When it comes to technology, millennials aren't the sameUSA TODAYThe booming cohort of adults ages 18 to 34 were divided into three groups based on life stages in new Nielsen study out Thursday that measures their varying usage of TV and technology. The trio: Dependent adults, who live at home with parents […]

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FullContact buys Brewster’s technology after team got acqui-hired by Burger King owner RBI – TechCrunch

TechCrunch FullContact buys Brewster's technology after team got acqui-hired by Burger King owner RBITechCrunchBack in October, we wrote about how the team behind contacts management app Brewster got acqui-hired by RBI, the owner of Burger King and other fast-food brands, where they would work on building tech for RBI and maintain Brewster, which was not […]

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In Apple vs. the FBI, technology wins – TechCrunch

New York Times In Apple vs. the FBI, technology winsTechCrunchGovernment policy and technology usually coexist in harmony. But occasionally, they get into a brawl. When this happens, policy may win a battle or two, but, ultimately, technology always wins. It simply isn't a fair fight. Technology moves too fast …US Says It May Not Need […]

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