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Aptiv Expands Driverless Car Testing, Opens Chinese Mobility Center

Aptiv, a global automotive technology company, announced last week that it has opened a new innovation hub in China—the fastest growing front in the self-driving tech wars.The new entity is called the China Autonomous Mobility Center, and as a result of the move, Shanghai joins Aptiv’s roster of driverless car testing locations, which also include Singapore, Boston, Pittsburgh, and Las Vegas. The company said the Shanghai center will concentrate on the development and application of its level 4...
Tags: Startups, Hardware, Entrepreneurship, China, Trends, Software, Innovation, Shanghai, Mobility, Las Vegas, Detroit, Delphi Automotive, National blog main, Boston blog main, National top stories, San Francisco blog main


Malware researcher Marcus Hutchins pleads guilty, ending his legal case

Malware researcher Marcus Hutchins has pleaded guilty to two counts of creating and selling a powerful banking malware, ending a long and protracted battle with U.S. prosecutors. Hutchins, a British national who goes by the online handle MalwareTech, was arrested in August 2017 as he was due to fly back to the U.K. following the Def Con security conference in Las Vegas. Prosecutors charged Hutchins with his involvement with creating the Kronos banking malware, dating back to 2014. He was late...
Tags: Security, North Korea, Tech, Banking, Malware, Ransomware, Spyware, Cybercrime, Las Vegas, Department Of Justice, Social Engineering, National Security Agency, Justice Department, Kronos, Marcia Hofmann, Eastern District of Wisconsin


Aptiv takes its self-driving car ambitions (and tech) to China

Aptiv, the U.S. auto supplier and self-driving software company, is opening an autonomous mobility center in Shanghai to focus on the development and eventual deployment of its technology on public roads. The expansion marks the fifth market where Aptiv has set up R&D, testing or operational facilities. Aptiv has autonomous driving operations in Boston, Las Vegas, Pittsburgh and Singapore. But China is perhaps its most ambitious endeavor yet. Aptiv has never had any AV operations in China,...
Tags: Transportation, Lyft, China, Boston, Singapore, Tech, Automotive, United States, Automation, President, Shanghai, Transport, Automotive Industry, Manufacturing, Las Vegas, Self-driving Cars


RCS wins Future Best of Show Award at NAB Show

Radio World has awarded RCS with the Future Best of Show Award at the NAB Show in Las Vegas for its new Zetta Cloud product. RCS is also celebrating its 40th birthday at the event, which sees thousands of radio professionals from around the world gather for conferences and a large trade show. The Radio World publication said Zetta Cloud was selected for its “design, features, cost efficiency and performance in serving professional users.” Philippe Generali, President/CEO of RCS commented: “We...
Tags: Technology, Top, Awards, Radio, Las Vegas, RCS, Radio World, Philippe Generali, Zetta Cloud, Chip Jellison, Paul McLane, CTO EVP Technology Development, RCS Philippe Generali


Radioplayer exhibiting at NAB Show in Las Vegas

UK-based Radioplayer is exhibiting at the NAB Show in Las Vegas for the first time and speaking at the event conference. Radioplayer is working closely with the National Association of Broadcasters to grow interest in collaborative innovation, particularly around the in-car radio experience. Members of the Radioplayer team have been invited to speak at the conference, one of the biggest media trade shows in the world, taking place from April 8th – 11th. Radioplayer is seeking opportunities f...
Tags: UK, Technology, London, Top, US, International News, Industry, Radio, Norway, Las Vegas, Audi, Vegas, National Association of Broadcasters, Radioplayer, Xperi, Lawrence Galkoff


Terry Gilliam opens up about his 30-year quest to make 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,' which is in theaters for one night only

Director Terry Gilliam opened up to Business Insider about his 30-year quest to make "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote." He explained why he hasn't officially signed on to Apple's series remake of his beloved movie, "Time Bandits." He also shared the reason he doesn't have another movie lined up to make yet. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories.   For the first time in Terry Gilliam's legendary, 47-year career — which spans from being a member of Monty Python, to fantastical movies he's d...
Tags: Apple, London, New York City, Trends, Spain, Brazil, Peru, Johnny Depp, Dennis Hopper, Las Vegas, Terry Gilliam, Rotten Tomatoes, Adam Driver, Patterson, Hopper, Amy


CS Interview: Terry Gilliam on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote & More!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Terry Gilliam on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote & More! Screen Media invited ComingSoon.net to have an exclusive 1:1 with legendary director Terry Gilliam (Brazil, 12 Monkeys, Time Bandits) about the film he has been trying to make for 25 years, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, which will be released in partnership with Fathom Events to the U.S. on over 700 U.S. cinemas and select Canadian locations for one night on Wednesday, April 10 with exclusive bonus fea...
Tags: Apple, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Netflix, Canada, Italy, Portugal, Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo Del Toro, Brazil, Harry, Brussels, Las Vegas, Terry Gilliam, Kubrick


From surviving 'Avengers: Endgame' ticket mania to fighting 'Captain Marvel' trolls: What it's like inside Rotten Tomatoes and its parent company Fandango

Paul Yanover, president of online ticketing site Fandango, talked to Business Insider about how the company is evolving its review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes to keep up with the times. Yanover also gave insight on the onslaught of customers buying "Avengers: Endgame" tickets last week and his plan to make his company a destination beyond selling movie tickets.   Despite all the talk of streaming destroying the movie-theater experience, last week was a reminder that exhibition is certainl...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hollywood, Youtube, Amc, Disney, America, Trends, Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, Jackie Chan, Rotten Tomatoes, Fandango, Martin Scorsese, Caesars Palace, Netflix Hulu


Meow Wolf, the George R.R. Martin-backed immersive experience designer, pushes into XR

It’s been a long time since the original ten members of Meow Wolf’s art collective had to scrounge in dumpsters for the raw materials to bring their galaxy spanning visions to life. Now, with well over $18 million in financing behind them, the story of a troupe of misunderstood, hardscrabble artists trying to create something unique in an unlikely corner of the U.S. has morphed into a vision of corporate aspirations that span the nation — and potentially the globe — with help from some of the la...
Tags: TC, Technology, Arts, Microsoft, Washington, America, Chief executive officer, Tech, Information Technology, Kinect, United States, Augmented Reality, Las Vegas, New Mexico, Rolling Stone, Seattle


Bridgepoint-backed PEI Media acquires Buyouts Insider, publisher of PE HUB, Buyouts, VCJ

Bridgepoint Development Capital-backed PEI Media Group acquired Buyouts Insider, a digital media and events business with brands like PE HUB, Buyouts, Venture Capital Journal, PartnerConnect events, Regulatory Compliance Watch and Credit Union Leadership Convention. Buyouts Insider was part of Simplify Compliance, a platform backed by Leeds Equity. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The acquisition is the first since Bridgepoint’s 2018 investment in PEI Media Group. It expands PEI’s...
Tags: Americas, US, Trends, Tech, United States, Dallas, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Pei, Pratt, Bridgepoint, Gaithersburg Maryland, PE Deals, Bridgepoint Development Capital, Simplify Compliance, PE HUB Buyouts VCJ


Sinemia faces consumer pushback and a class action suit over a battery of complaints

When Sinemia first came across our radar, the company was happily riding the wave of anti-MoviePass publicity. With its chief competition in the midst of what looked to be a historic collapse, Sinemia happily grabbed headlines as a what looked to be more stable alternative for movie ticket subscriptions. Last July, at the height of MoviePass’ meltdown, we asked Sinemia co-founder and CEO Rifat Oguz how he planned to avoid a similar fate. “By not providing unlimited tickets, but providing t...
Tags: TC, Entertainment, Los Angeles, Tech, Turkey, Pennsylvania, Reddit, Las Vegas, Delaware, Moviepass, Indiewire, Cinemacon, Matheson, Ted Farnsworth, Sinemia, Rifat Oguz


Dissecting what Lyft’s IPO means for Uber and the future of mobility

Extra Crunch offers members the opportunity to tune into conference calls led and moderated by the TechCrunch writers you read every day. This week, TechCrunch’s Kirsten Korosec and Kate Clark led a deep-dive discussion into Lyft’s IPO and the outlook for the business going forward. After skyrocketing nearly 10% on its first day hitting the public markets, Lyft stock has faded back down towards its IPO price as some investors grow more concerned over the company’s path to profitability (or lack ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Lyft, Uber, Europe, Wall Street, New York City, US, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tech, Tesla, Getty Images, Chicago, Austin


How the Media Can Help Prevent Mass Shootings

In the days and weeks following a mass shooting, television news programs saturate audiences with coverage of the tragedy, often focusing on the shooter. But there’s a problem with this approach: It could be making mass shootings more common. According to a recent working paper, intense media coverage of these events may serve to glorify them in the minds of other potential mass shooters, who then seek the same attention by committing similar atrocities. Jay Walker, an economics professor at O...
Tags: Google, Parenting, United States, Las Vegas, Columbine, Walker, University of Oregon, ABC World News Tonight, Old Dominion University, Dan Reidenberg, Suicide Awareness Voices of Education, Jay Walker, Reidenberg, JETTER, Dahmen, Michael Jetter


Movie theater owners, studios and stars convene at CinemaCon

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The movie industry — everyone from the Hollywood studios that produce the films to the companies that make the screens, speakers and seats in theaters — are descending on Las Vegas this week for CinemaCon. The future of film going will be in the spotlight as the annual trade show kicks […]
Tags: Business, Hollywood, Technology, Movies, News, Ap, Nation, Las Vegas


UPshow Helps Businesses Use TV Screens on Site to Build Their Brands

Are TVs inside your business crucial? If you’re a sports bar, obviously you’ll say flat screens on the wall are 100% crucial to business. But at gyms, screens seem to exist so that members can zone out as they work out. And owners of medical and dental practices might think TVs in waiting rooms are best at keeping “impatient patients” calm. While clearly different, the use cases mentioned above treat TV screens in a very basic way. You might even wonder if those TVs are “underutilized”, or not ...
Tags: Google, New York, New York City, Sales, Chicago, Las Vegas, New York Yankees, Don, Yankee, Buffalo Wild Wings, Technology Trends, TDF Ventures, Digital Signage Expo, Adam Hirsen, Famer Mike Krzyzewski, Hirsen


Restaurants embrace automation, robotics as customers demand instant convenience

The biggest buzzwords in the restaurant industry at the moment are customization, automation and convenience as consumers, especially millennials, have grown accustomed to using their phone to do everything from texting to ordering takeout. Triggered by today’s on-demand society, the food and beverage industry is hyper-focused on luring customers through digital services — from third-party delivery to drone drops. The industry is also turning more to automation to help reduce rising labor costs....
Tags: Business, Technology, La, Virginia, Restaurants, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, North Dakota, Connecticut, San Diego, Starbucks, Mcdonalds


Lyft is IPOing with a 'golden opportunity' in a $1.2 trillion market, but it faces key risks

The ride-hailing app Lyft is set to price its initial public offering after Thursday's closing bell. Lyft is the clear No. 2 in the ride-hailing-app business, trailing Uber. The company has a "golden opportunity" but also faces four keys risks, according to the Wedbush analyst Dan Ives. The ride-hailing app Lyft is set to debut on the Nasdaq on Friday morning at a valuation of more than $20 billion. Ahead of the company's initial public offering, the Wedbush analyst Dan Ives put out a note s...
Tags: Google, Lyft, Uber, US, Trends, Tesla, Travis Kalanick, Las Vegas, Bmw, Morgan Stanley, Wedbush, Ives, Uber Lyft, Waymo, Dan Ives, Regulatory uncertainty Lyft


5 Brands that Centered Digital Transformation Around Customers

A keen focus on customer experience is helping enterprises compete and win in today’s highly competitive business landscape. That was the main takeaway of this morning’s keynote session at Adobe Summit—The Digital Experience Conference. “Powerful experiences change the way we think, interact, entertain, work, and relate to the world around us,” Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen told a record 17,000 attendees at Summit, in Las Vegas. “And the impact of these experiences spans from the largest brands and...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Adobe, Marketing, CMO, Las Vegas, Johnson, Intuit, B2b, Chegg, Modern Marketing, SunTrust, Consumer, Amazon Best, Hubert Joly, Shantanu Narayen


Adobe announces deeper data sharing partnership with Microsoft around accounts

Microsoft and Adobe have been building a relationship for some time, and today the two companies announced a deeper integration between the two platforms at Adobe Summit in Las Vegas. It involves sharing Marketo data, the company that Adobe acquired last September for $4.75 billion. Because it’s marketers, they were duty-bound to give it a new name. This data sharing approach is being dubbed Account Based Experience or ABX for short. The two companies are sharing data account data between a numb...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Adobe, Microsoft, Marketing, Linkedin, Tech, Las Vegas, Partnerships, Lucas, Microsoft Dynamics, Marketo, Leary, Steve Lucas, Brent Leary


Adobe and Salesforce announce Customer Data Platforms to pull data into single view

Marketing analytics is an increasingly complex business. It’s meant to collect as much information as possible across multiple channels from multiple tools and provide marketers with as complete a picture of their customers and their experience in dealing with you as possible. Perhaps not coincidentally, Adobe, which is holding its Adobe Summit this week in Las Vegas, and Salesforce both made Customer Data Platform (CDP) announcements this week. The Customer Data Platform is a complex construct,...
Tags: Cloud, Enterprise, Adobe, Marketing, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Las Vegas, Salesforce, Dreamforce, Bob Stutz, Skinner, Mulesoft, Stutz, Matt Skinner, Adobe Summit, Customer Data Platform


Apple Keeps Beating the Privacy Drum in Relatable, Clever iPhone Ad

Over the years, Apple's presence at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas could be best described as "non-existent." Why on earth would the brand need to spend gobs of money (not that they're hurting here by any stretch) to talk about their latest and greatest, when all they have to do is...
Tags: Apple, Advertising, Las Vegas, AdFreak


Tips on Building SEO and Online Awareness

YouTube videos and link building By Kellen Kautzman Developing and increasing online awareness is key for small business owners, and there are many simple, inexpensive strategies. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a battle. Each of the hundreds of businesses I’ve worked with over the last decade have wanted the same thing – return on investment. Most believe if they rank well in Google, they will see the desired return. Their success, of course, is completely dependent upon the keywords which ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Business, Pinterest, California, Youtube, Sales & Marketing, Las Vegas, NICK, Google Adwords, Forbes, Right Now, Google Webmaster Tools Google, Nick Morgan, Kellen Kautzman, Kautzman


Amify raises its first venture round on a promise: to boost revenue for third party sellers on Amazon

Small businesses have a complicated relationship with Amazon . While they fear the company because they have no control over it, Amazon’s platform is also a great way to reach shoppers, particularly small businesses that rise to the top of its results pages. Amify, a nine-year-old, Alexandria, Va.-based company, says it can get them there, and investors are buying its pitch. As founder and CEO Ethan McAfee tells us, the 60-person company just raised $5.8 million in Series A funding — its first...
Tags: Amazon, TC, China, Tech, Venture Capital, Las Vegas, Cincinnati, Brooks, McAfee, Alexandria Va, Nigel Morris, T Rowe Price, Dundee Venture Capital, CincyTech, Amify, Ethan McAfee


Realogy launches ‘Agent X’ voice assistant, Facebook ad tool

The nation's largest real estate company is not about to let other brokerages claim technological supremacy — at least not without a fight.
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Social Media, Radio, Agent, Las Vegas, Industry News, Coldwell Banker, Realogy, Agent X, Brokerage, Select, Ryan Schneider, RGX


Don’t just grow at Inman Connect — now you can THRIVE!

More tactical and interactive, the THRIVE workshops offer attendees live problem-solving with industry leaders.
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Events, Content Marketing, Radio, Agent, Las Vegas, Event, Conference, Brokerage, Inman Connect, Thrive, Inman Connect Marketing, Thrive in a Turning Market, Inman Connect Las Vegas


Yandex inks deal with Hyundai to build self-driving car tech for its Mobis OEM division

On the heels of becoming the latest investor in Ola, today Hyundai announced another key deal to further its ambitions in next-generation automotive services. Yandex, the Russian search giant that has been working on self-driving car technology, has inked a partnership with Hyundai to develop software and hardware for autonomous car systems. This is Yandex’s first partnership with a carmaker, and specifically, Yandex will be working with Hyundai Mobis, the car giant’s OEM parts and service di...
Tags: Google, TC, Transportation, China, Russia, India, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, Toyota, Estonia, Las Vegas, Autonomous Cars, Baidu, Hyundai, Kia


Las Vegas Approves The Boring Company's Underground Loop

The Boring Company's tunnel project in Chicago is "in doubt" (according to the Chicago Tribune), while a project connecting Washington to Baltimore "is waylaid in the environmental-review process." But it looks like Las Vegas will officially get a tunnel from Elon Musk, CNET reports, "perhaps within this year." The billionaire's Boring Company on Tuesday got the approval from the 14-member board of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) to build and operate an underground loop ...
Tags: Washington, Tech, Tesla, Chicago, Las Vegas, Baltimore, Musk, Chicago Tribune, LVCVA, Boring Company, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority LVCVA, Elon Musk CNET


Digital Trends Live: Apple’s March event, Huawei 5G concerns, and SXSW coverage

Apple's latest event and a possible Boring Company tunnel in Las Vegas highlighted this episode of Digital Trends Live. We also joined Pavi Dinamani live at SXSW. She talked with Kimberly Bryant, the founder of Black Girls CODE. The post Digital Trends Live: Apple’s March event, Huawei 5G concerns, and SXSW coverage appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Trends, Las Vegas, Huawei, Sxsw, Kimberly Bryant, Boring Company, Pavi Dinamani


'They should all be worried': Google's move to bring shoppable ads to image searches should terrify Amazon, Instagram, and Pinterest

Google is rolling out shoppable ads to search results on Google Images and extending its "showcase shopping ads" to Google Images. Other platforms including Amazon, Instagram, and Pinterest also are focusing on visual search as brands use it to find customers and boost sales. But media buyers describe Google's move as a direct threat to those platforms since Google is the undisputed king of search. Google is rolling out shoppable ads to search results on Google Images, taking on Amazon, Insta...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Pinterest, Instagram, US, Trends, Las Vegas, Mary Meeker, Omnicom, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, Instagram Google, Pinterest Pinterest, Manas, Google Images, Pinterest and Instagram, Omnicom Media Group


From closets to cooktops, tech aims to bring efficiency home

LAS VEGAS  — Closets that freshen clothes, cooktops that won’t let pots boil over, faucets told to dispense just enough water to fill the coffee maker. Wherever one looked at the annual Design and Construction Week, there was a new way to make our lives more efficient. “We can make appliances work harder for you,” […]
Tags: Business, Technology, News, Las Vegas, Explore, NWhomes



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