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Spielberg’s technology guru is now making sci-fi into a reality – The Next Web

The Next Web Spielberg's technology guru is now making sci-fi into a realityThe Next WebAs Steven Spielberg's technology advisor on the 2002 tech-noir thriller Minority Report, upcoming TNW Europe speaker John Underkoffler completely transformed the way we imagined interacting with information in the future. You'd be hard-pressed to find … technology – Google News

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Whose fault it is that we’re addicted to technology? – The Next Web

The Next Web Whose fault it is that we're addicted to technology?The Next WebThe technologies themselves, and their makers, are the easiest suspects to blame for our dwindling attention spans. Nicholas Carr, author of 'The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains,' wrote, “The net is designed to be an interruption … technology […]

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Will Technology Progress Enough Over The Next Billion Years to Save Us From … – Gizmodo

Gizmodo Will Technology Progress Enough Over The Next Billion Years to Save Us From …GizmodoWe have been on the last few moments of the doomsday clock since the invention of nuclear weapons. The fact that a small group of bad actors has the bomb keeps that clock at nearly midnight perpetually. We've been pumping industrial […]

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How technology is making American politics more accessible – The Next Web

The Next Web How technology is making American politics more accessibleThe Next WebVirtually every aspect of our lives has been changed by advances in mobile technology. Everything from choosing the best restaurant, to finding a match on Tinder, has been simplified so that finding the best option is as easy as the swipe of the […]

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Jaguar Land Rover Incubator Nurtures Next Generation Of Automotive Technology – Forbes

Forbes Jaguar Land Rover Incubator Nurtures Next Generation Of Automotive TechnologyForbesAs technology becomes more important in passenger vehicles, automakers have increasingly reached outside of their own ranks and those of their traditional suppliers to keep up with the rapid rate of innovation sweeping the industry. General Motors and … technology – Google News

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Is modular technology the next ‘it’ trend? – Fortune

Fortune Is modular technology the next 'it' trend?Fortune“Modular has the potential to give the opportunity of choice to the people and enables for longer product life cycles, thereby reducing (electronic) waste,” Gawin Dapper, chief technology officer at Phonebloks, told Fortune. “When executed well, it …and more » technology – Google News

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This Technology Could Help Predict Where Wildfires Strike Next – TIME

TIME This Technology Could Help Predict Where Wildfires Strike NextTIMEAfter years of development, Janice Coen and her colleagues at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) say they're preparing to launch technology that integrates data on weather, topography and other factors to predict how fires spread in a … technology – Google News

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How legacy technology is creating the next skills gap – CIO

CIO How legacy technology is creating the next skills gapCIOWhen's the last time you used technology based on COBOL? Or used a mainframe-based system? It's probably more recently than you think. Every time you book an airline ticket, check your savings account balance online, file your federal income taxes or … technology – Google News

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Weapons of World War III: How new technology will affect the next great conflict – ExtremeTech

ExtremeTech Weapons of World War III: How new technology will affect the next great conflictExtremeTechThe authors drew some historical reference with how each great conflict radically improved previous technology and introduced new ones. In World War I, the tank was invented, and while fearsome when it first rumbled past the trenches, it wasn't mobile … technology […]

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Technology’s next 25 years belong to the world, not the US – Financial Times

Technology's next 25 years belong to the world, not the USFinancial TimesApple's earnings announcement last week contained a glaring anomaly for a western technology company. The company disclosed that 22 per cent of its history-making $ 74.6bn in quarterly sales came from mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.and more » technology – Google News

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