Archive for the Daily Techbytes Category


Airlines turn to technology to solve overbooking puzzle – CNBC.com – CNBC

CNBC Airlines turn to technology to solve overbooking puzzle – CNBC.comCNBCBeing offered cash at the gate to take a later flight because of overbooking may become a rarity.and more » technology – Google News

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Technology as racial exploitation in ‘Black Gooey Universe’ – Engadget

Engadget Technology as racial exploitation in 'Black Gooey Universe'EngadgetEarly computers were developed by and for programmers to do a variety of specific tasks and featured black screens with white or green text. All of that changed following the "mother of all demos" that introduced the mouse and graphics user interface … technology – Google News

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The Jet Engine is a Futuristic Technology Stuck in the Past – The Atlantic

The Atlantic The Jet Engine is a Futuristic Technology Stuck in the PastThe AtlanticAnd certainly, even as turbofan and aircraft manufacturers alike make appeals to cleaner technology, their goal is not to reduce human air travel. Regarding its A330 model, Airbus charts 1,694 orders for these planes, of which only 1,373 are fulfilled … technology […]

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Best Technology Articles You Should Read Today (2/9) – Forbes

Best Technology Articles You Should Read Today (2/9)ForbesIt's impossible to read about technology today without running headfirst into artificial intelligence (AI) and the topics under its umbrella: autonomous driving, machine learning, deep learning, ethics/law/regulation, military applications, healthcare … technology – Google News

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Best Technology Articles You Should Read Today (2/9) – Forbes

Best Technology Articles You Should Read Today (2/9)ForbesIt's impossible to read about technology today without running headfirst into artificial intelligence (AI) and the topics under its umbrella: autonomous driving, machine learning, deep learning, ethics/law/regulation, military applications, healthcare … technology – Google News

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Think, Do We Rule Technology, or Does Tech Rule Us? – InformationWeek

InformationWeek Think, Do We Rule Technology, or Does Tech Rule Us?InformationWeekOur race to adopt every bit of technology regardless of need, and to embrace every byte of data without questioning its accuracy come with the same dark side as any other boom. We need to find a balance, something that tells us when to tap […]

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Textron’s Scorpion Jet: Disruptive Technology, Disruptive Business Model – Forbes

Forbes Textron's Scorpion Jet: Disruptive Technology, Disruptive Business ModelForbesAfter conducting a detailed market survey at the beginning of the decade, the Providence, RI-based technology company concluded there was potential demand for 2,000 low-cost, multi-mission military jets around the world that nobody in the aerospace … technology – Google News

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Olympic Clothing Designers Try to Beat the Cold with Technology … – Scientific American

Scientific American Olympic Clothing Designers Try to Beat the Cold with Technology …Scientific AmericanLatest news and features on science issues that matter including earth, environment, and space. Get your science news from the most trusted source!Financial Newsletter – ZacksZacksRalph Lauren Corporation – RL – Stock Price Today – ZacksZacksall 62 news articles » technology – Google […]

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Just say no to addicting kids to technology, former Facebook, Google employees, investors urge – USA TODAY

USA TODAY Just say no to addicting kids to technology, former Facebook, Google employees, investors urgeUSA TODAYSAN FRANCISCO – Former Facebook and Google employees and investors who helped build the services used by billions are putting pressure on the technology giants to make their products less addictive, particularly for kids. The education campaign, called …New […]

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From dialling 1471 to mixtapes, the 25 things about old technology we miss the most – The Independent

The Independent From dialling 1471 to mixtapes, the 25 things about old technology we miss the mostThe IndependentMaking mixtapes, printing photographs and sending love letters are among the tasks replaced by technology which we miss doing, a study has found. The poll of 2,000 adults revealed a string of formerly common tasks which have been […]

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