Know How Shopify Experts Can Make Your Business Grow

From the data recorded from 2015, the International telecommunication union (ITU) has stated that nearly 43% of the world population uses the internet. And from the latest data recorded in 2018, the percentage has gradually increased to 55.1% stated by internet world stats. The increasing internet access and usage indicate why every business needs to be visible on the digital platform and have an efficient Shopify website available for online customers. New York, the hub for economic, commercia...
Tags: Google, New York, Web Development, Web Design, Marketing, Shopify, ITU, Rohit, eCommerce Website Design, Web Design Agency, Shopify Experts, Shopify Website Development, Bio Peter Dong, HYA Media Peter

Sunday Firesides: The Last Great Adventure

Just thirty years ago, the only photos you’d have seen of travel destinations were in pamphlets or books checked out from the library. Without the aid of review sites, you were never entirely sure what kind of hotel you’d booked or what kind of experience you’d have at a restaurant. Just a hundred years ago, there still remained a few “firsts” for the most daring of explorers to discover. First time charting an Amazonian river. First time reaching the South Pole. Today, you can use Google Maps...
Tags: Google, Life, Tripadvisor, Jack London, A Man's Life, Sunday Firesides

NASA Has Discovered an Earth-Sized World in a Star's Habitable Zone

"NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has discovered its first Earth-size planet in its star's habitable zone, the range of distances where conditions may be just right to allow the presence of liquid water on the surface," reports NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center: Scientists confirmed the find, called TOI 700 d, using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and have modeled the planet's potential environments to help inform future observations. TOI 700 is a small, cool M dwarf star l...
Tags: Tech, Nasa, Earth, Mars, Neptune, Tess, Goddard Space Flight Center

Watch Out For Juice Jacking of Your Portable Electronic Device

When public places — such as at the gates and lounges of airports, aboard public conveyances such as buses and airplanes, and the lobbies of hotel and resort properties as five of many examples — started offering power charging stations equipped with Universal Serial Bus ports into which anyone may plug their portable electronic devices to recharge them when their batteries are running low on power... ...but the office of... The post Watch Out For Juice Jacking of Your Portable Electronic Device...
Tags: Travel, Technology, Airports, Advice

Masimo claims Apple stole trade secrets, poached employees for Apple Watch

Medical technology company Masimo filed a lawsuit against Apple for allegedly stealing trade secrets that were used on the Apple Watch.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, Apple Watch, Patent Infringement, Masimo

'Why I Finally Switched from Chrome to Firefox - and You Should Too'

In 2018 an associate technology editor at Fast Company's Co.Design wrote an article titled "Why I'm switching from Chrome to Firefox and you should too." Today shanen shared a similar article from Digital Trends. Their writer announces that after years of experimenting with both browsers, they've also finally switched from Chrome to Mozilla Firefox -- "and you should too." The biggest draw for me was, of course, the fact that Mozilla Firefox can finally go toe-to-toe with Google Chrome on th...
Tags: Google Chrome, Firefox, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Tech, Mozilla, Vivaldi, Mozilla Firefox, Cambridge Analytica, Fast Company s Co Design

AT&T TV Service Goes Dark On Roku As The Streaming Wars Get Stupid (techdirt)

For years cable customers have been plagued by content blackouts as cable providers and broadcasters bicker over new programming contracts. So called "retransmission feuds" usually go something like this: a broadcaster demands a cable company pay twice as much money to carry the same content. The pay TV provider balks, and blacks out the aforementioned content. Consumers spend a few months paying for content they can't access, while the two sides bitch at each other and try to leverage consumer ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, News, Fcc, US, United States, Roku, News Corporation, Hulu, Cablevision, Viacom, AT T, Karl Bode, AT T TV, YouTube TV Hulu, Fubo

Killer Robots Reconsidered: Could AI Weapons Actually Save Lives?

"On the surface, who could disagree with quashing the idea of supposed killer robots?" writes Slashdot reader Lasrick. "Dr. Larry Lewis, who spearheaded the first data-based approach to protecting civilians in conflict, wants us to look a bit closer." From the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: The proponents of a UN ban are in some respects raising a false alarm. I should know. As a senior advisor for the State Department on civilian protection in the Obama administration, I was a member of...
Tags: Obama, US, Tech, Un, State Department, Slashdot, Lasrick Dr Larry Lewis

A Quick Look At the Fight Against Encryption

b-dayyy shared this overview from the Linux Security site: Strong encryption is imperative to securing sensitive data and protecting individuals' privacy online, yet governments around the world refuse to recognize this, and are continually aiming to break encryption in an effort to increase the power of their law enforcement agencies... This fear of strong, unbroken encryption is not only unfounded -- it is dangerous. Encryption with built-in backdoors which provide special access for select ...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Congress, Senate, Tech, Graham, Lindsey Graham, Erik Neuenschwander, William Barr

Kiwi developer tops Apple 2019 app chart

An Auckland man's side-gig paid off, big time, during 2019.A North Shore web developer Leandro Palmieri, aka Beetix, is behind the app that topped Apple's chart of NZ's most-downloaded paid iPhone apps for the year.The tech giant... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Apple, Business, Auckland, Nz, Kiwi, Leandro Palmieri

Walmart Wants to Build 20,000-Square-Foot Automated Warehouses With Fleets of Robot Grocery Pickers

Walmart has unveiled a new initiative that aims to make in-store fulfillment, one of the biggest challenges for its online grocery business, more efficient. Say hello to Alphabot, a robotic fulfillment system that uses human labor and robot speed to pick more than 800 products per hour. Read more...
Tags: Ecommerce, Science, Technology, Walmart, Robots, Alphabot, Walmart Wants to Build

After delays, noise-adapting NuraLoop earbuds are coming soon and sound great

A few buffet mistakes aside, NuraLoop were the biggest disappointment of my 2019 CES. When the headphones showed up at the show as dummy units, it hurt my heart a little. The original Nuraphones made an appearance on my 2017 best of the year list, and the idea of a portable version I could take on long flights seemed almost too good to be true. And for a full year, it was exactly that. Understandably, the Australian startup ran into a few roadblocks attempting to bring the product to market. It’...
Tags: Apple, Wearables, Hardware, Tech, Nura, CES 2020, Dragan Petrovic

How a Chunk of Human Brain Survived Intact For 2600 Years

sciencehabit quotes Science magazine: Nearly 2600 years ago, a man was beheaded near modern-day York, U.K. -- for what reasons, we still don't know -- and his head was quickly buried in the clay-rich mud. When researchers found his skull in 2008, they were startled to find that his brain tissue, which normally rots rapidly after death, had survived for millennia -- even maintaining features such as folds and grooves. Now, researchers think they know why. Using several molecular techniques to ...
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2020 Hyundai Venue: Practical & Efficient; Did Hyundai Hit a Homer?

The 2020 Hyundai Venue is a critical part of the automaker’s SUV strategy.It’s affordable and efficient, and ideal for buyers shopping on a budget.A new engine and generous tech options make the Venue attractive. According to a recent Bank of America study, as reported on by the Wall Street Journal, there are 96 different SUVs and crossovers on the market today, up from 70 in 2014. That same study finds we can expect nearly 150 models by 2023. Like many automakers are doing, Hyundai is expan...
Tags: Google, Bank Of America, Autos, Epa, Hyundai, Wall Street Journal, Amazon Echo, Mike O'brien, Local Motors, Detroit Michigan, Peter Venkman, Palisade, Amazon Alexa, Society of Automotive Engineers, Hyundai Motor America, Car News

TV Bits: ‘Saved by the Bell’, ‘The Witcher’, ‘Severance’, ‘Gloop World’, ‘Diary of a Future President’

In this edition of TV Bits: The Saved by the Bell revival has found its star. Netflix has revealed The Witcher timeline, in case you’re confused. Patricia Arquette has joined the Apple TV+ series Severance. Rick and Morty co-creator now has a claymation series at Quibi. Check out the trailer for Diary of a Future President. Did you know there’s going to be a Saved by the Bell revival? Well, you do now. The new take on the teen series is headed to Peacock, and it’s found its star. Variety ...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Disney, Netflix, United States, Ben Stiller, Henry Cavill, Patricia Arquette, Gina Rodriguez, Adam Scott, Bell, Zack Morris, Saved By The Bell, Mark, Variety

Astronomy Professor Challenges Study Suggesting Dark Energy Might Not Exist

Long-time Slashdot reader thomst quotes The most direct and strongest evidence for the accelerating universe with dark energy is provided by the distance measurements using type Ia supernovae (SN Ia) for the galaxies at high redshift. This result is based on the assumption that the corrected luminosity of SN Ia through the empirical standardization would not evolve with redshift. New observations and analysis made by a team of astronomers at Yonsei University (Seoul, South Korea), ...
Tags: Tech, Seoul South Korea, Slashdot, Johns Hopkins University, Kasi, Yonsei University, Adam Riess, Lyon University

Disinformation and lies are spreading faster than Australia's bushfires

Social media claims of an arson epidemic and obstructive environmentalists have infected mainstream reporting of the bushfire crisisLies have spread faster than grassfire during Australia’s unprecedented national emergency.They’ve ranged from the exaggerated to the outrageous. Continue reading...
Tags: Twitter, Technology, Media, Internet, Climate Change, Australia, Environment, Australia news, Wildfires, Natural disasters and extreme weather, Scott Morrison, Bushfires

Bizarre 'Big Tech'/Matrix Cartoon Used to Mock San Francisco's Football Team

The social media team for a Minnesota football team playing against San Francisco's 49ers just incorporated "big tech" into its online trash talk, reports the San Francisco Chronicle's SFGate site. They call the resulting video "incredibly weird." The video in question depicts a time-lapse of [San Francisco's] Levi's stadium with two cartoon characters in the foreground that are basically team helmets with arms and legs. The 49ers character says "Welcome... to Silicon Valley" and we're then su...
Tags: Minnesota, San Francisco, Tech, Reddit, Silicon Valley, Vikings, Levi, San Francisco Chronicle, Mock San Francisco, Twitter Facebook Apple Google

The Very Best Gadgets We Saw at CES 2020

It’s Saturday, CES is finally done, and over 150,000 people have fled Vegas for less light-saturated locales. We walked the show floor and went to every secret hotel meeting we could to find the best gadgets coming out of CES this year.Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Ces, Lenovo, E Ink, Jabra, Tcl, Linksys, Suunto, Stern Pinball, Impossible, Quibi, CES 2020

Amazon Fires More Employees For Leaking Customer Data (Again)

Ring isn't the only place where Amazon employees have been fired for accessing user data. Amazon itself also fired several employees this week "after they leaked private customer data to an undisclosed third-party," reports Gizmodo. They note that Amazon also fired more data-leaking employees at the end of 2018. An Amazon spokesperson confirmed the news with multiple outlets after several customers received notifications from the company warning that their e-mail addresses and phone numbers ...
Tags: Amazon, Tech, Gizmodo, Wall Street Journal

This Week in Apps: Apple’s record holiday, Pokémon Go’s staying power, a spying tool gets the boot

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. The app industry is as hot as ever with a record 203 billion downloads in 2019 and $119 billion in consumer spending, according to preliminary year-end data by App Annie. People spend 90% of their mobile time in apps and more time using their mobile devices than watching TV. Apps aren’t just a way to waste idle hours — they’re big busin...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Apps, Tech, App, Artificial Intelligence, App-store, This Week In Apps

It’s a Slow Road to Rear-view Video, but Magna Says It’s Ready

Even though automakers routinely preview concept and prototype vehicles with camera mounts replacing traditional side and rear-view mirrors, you’ll have to wait a while before the technology makes its way to production vehicles. While Japan thinks ditching mirrors for a digital display is sugoi (Japanese for hunky-dory), other nations have maintained some amount of trepidation in […] The post It’s a Slow Road to Rear-view Video, but Magna Says It’s Ready appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Japan, Technology, Safety, Regulation, Autos, Automotive Technology, Mirrors, Magna International, Magna, News Blog, Automotive Safety, Camera Systems

2019's Fastest Growing Programming Language Was C, Says TIOBE

Which programming language saw the biggest jump on TIOBE's index of language popularity over the last year? Unlike last year -- it's not Python. An anonymous reader quotes It is good old language C that wins the award this time with an yearly increase of 2.4%... The major drivers behind this trend are the Internet of Things (IoT) and the vast amount of small intelligent devices that are released nowadays... Runners up are C# (+2.1%), Python (+1.4%) and Swift (+0.6%)... Other i...
Tags: Tech, Ruby, Swift, Julia, Kotlin

Could artificial-womb technology be a tool for women’s liberation?

While some women experience pregnancy and childbirth as joyful, natural and fulfilling, others find themselves recoiling in horror at the physical demands of carrying and sustaining a child in their womb, and even more so at the potential brutality of giving birth. Some might view the blood, sweat and tears as a necessary and unavoidable part of life. Others, such as the radical feminist Shulamith Firestone, writing in her book The Dialectic of Sex (1970), assume a less forgiving view of the pro...
Tags: Startups, Tech, Syndication, Shulamith Firestone

Philips Accuses Fitbit and Garmin, Its More Successful Competitors, of Stealing Its Wearable Tech

Philips is accusing two of the highest profile players in the wearables market, Fitbit and Garmin, of stealing its propriety technology, and it wants the companies to be brought to justice. Specifically, it is asking for Fitbit and Garmin, along with three other companies, to pay tariffs or be subjected to an import…Read more...
Tags: Wearables, Science, Technology, Fitbit, Philips, Garmin

Fossil Sport Smartwatch $99.99 (Reg. $275)

  What a deal at Target! Get the Fossil Sport Smartwatch for $99.99 (Reg. $275) in tons of colors. Plus, don’t forget to save 5% with your REDcard. Highlights Heart Rate & Fitness Tracking Smartphone Notifications GPS & Swimproof technology Customizable Watch Faces & Interchangeable band Google Pay 24+ hour Battery Life     For... Read More Read more about Fossil Sport Smartwatch $99.99 (Reg. $275)
Tags: Google, Deals, Toys, Coupons, Target, Online Deals, Customizable Watch Faces Interchangeable

The electric scooter wars of 2019

Throughout 2019, a number of mobility companies launched in additional markets, while many pulled out of areas that no longer served them. Meanwhile, transportation startups continued to raise more money even as they laid off employees, a sign that industry consolidation has officially begun. In October, Bird raised a $275 million Series D round at a $2.5 billion valuation. Prior to that round, Bird raised more than $400 million in funding and reached a valuation of $2 billion last June. Lime al...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Tech, Bird, Electric Scooters, Bain Capital That

The best iPhone accessories of 2020

From wireless charging pads to camera lenses, we've created a carefully curated list of our favorite iPhone accessories.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Trends, Best Of, iPhone accessory, Buying Guides, iPhone accessories, Tier 4

Kingston Shows off new PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD at CES 2020

Like all major brands Kingston will be releasing a Gen4 NVMe solid state drive in 2020. At CES this year they were teasing a M.2 NVMe SSD codenamed "Grandview" which features the the latest PCI-Express 4.0 x4 host interface and NVMe 1.4 protocol. The post Kingston Shows off new PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD at CES 2020 appeared first on
Tags: Ces, All News, Hardware News, Solid State Drive, Ssd, Kingston, Nvme, Grandview, CES 2020, Gen4 SSD, Marvell Whistler Plus, Seccos, Kingston Shows

In Win’s Diey Chassis is Absolutely Insane!

This year at CES 2020 In Win was presenting their 10th Signature Series Chassis, which is the Diey. Diey is Cantonese for butterfly and you can see why they used that name. Besides looks the case features a virtual assistant, projector, and can fit two systems inside! The post In Win’s Diey Chassis is Absolutely Insane! appeared first on
Tags: Ces, All News, Hardware News, Case, PC Case, AIO, Chassis, InWin, CES 2020, Diey, InWin B1, InWin Diey, SR24, SR36

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