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Palm Springs MLS brings back Vesta Plus amid member demand

Members of the Palm Springs Regional Association of Realtors will now get to choose between two software providers.
Tags: Technology, California, Radio, Mls, Vesta, Palm Springs, Industry News, Southern California, Select, News Brief, Multiple Listing Service, Frank Alvarez, MLS & Associations, Crmls, Palm Springs Regional Association Of Realtors, PSRAR


Japan to Get its Own Space Force

Japan’s ruling party has approved a bill aimed at creating the country’s own Space Force, which will no doubt cause great excitement amongst fans of sci-fi anime. After its approval by the Liberal Democratic party, the bill is set to be passed to the National Diet. Given the governing coalition’s comfortable majority in both houses, […]
Tags: Space, Japan, Politics, Technology, Law, Military, Anime, Announcements, Liberal Democratic Party


Boris Johnson hints at compromise over Huawei and 5G

PM says solution will allow technological progress but not jeopardise US relationshipBoris Johnson has hinted he will arrive at a compromise solution over the decision on whether to let the Chinese company Huawei build parts of the UK’s 5G network in the face of US warnings that it will compromise intelligence-sharing.The prime minister insisted he would do nothing to jeopardise the relationship between the US and UK when it came to cooperation on security. Continue reading...
Tags: Politics, UK, Technology, US, UK News, Foreign Policy, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Huawei, 5g


4 days left to save $150 on tickets to TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020

The countdown to savings continues, and you have just four days left to score the best price on tickets to TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020. Join 1,500 of the brightest minds and innovators in robotics and machine learning — technologists, founders, investors, engineers and researchers. Buy an early-bird ticket now before prices go up on January 31, and you’ll keep $150 in your pocket. Why spend more when you don’t have to? Get ready for a full day focused on the future of two technologies with t...
Tags: Startups, Technology, Articles, Tech, Ceo, Artificial Intelligence, Olympics, Machine Learning, Tokyo, Robotics, Berkeley, Uc-berkeley, Emerging-technologies, Toyota Research Institute, James Kuffner, Stuart Russell


Book Review: A Manual On Becoming A Client-Centered Firm, From Clio CEO Jack Newton

Becoming client-centered is not about simply adopting some flashy idea that makes a big splash.
Tags: Technology, Law, Robert Ambrogi, Jack Newton, Client-Centered Lawyer


5 Top Tech Entrepreneurs You Must Follow

Everyone wants to be an entrepreneur nowadays. People get motivated by the stories of some of the successful entrepreneurs who have become millionaires with their unique ideas. Unfortunately, it is not easy to do so. Some of today’s successful entrepreneurs are fortunate enough to come from wealthy and influential families. Others, however, need to put in a lot of hard work and determination before they can be successful. Below are the top tech entrepreneurs who worked really hard to get to wher...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Technology, Yahoo, China, Time, Entrepreneur, Snapchat, Tencent, Reddit, Virgin Group, Richard Branson, Alexis Ohanian, Evan Spiegel, Aaron Swartz, Lifehacks


4 Ways Technology Can Revolutionize Your Conference Room

The future of the corporate world is digital, diverse, creative and adaptable. To make it work, business owners have to try and make virtual connections seamless and simple for employees, vendors, and business partners. Digitization does not diminish the need for f-2-f meetings. Similarly, the advancement in technology and systems does not mean one should rely on emails, skype, or cloud-based instant messaging programmes to build business relationships and earn accountability. To strengthen ...
Tags: Startups, Technology, Others, Business Meeting, Conference Room, Right Audio Video Equipment Audio


Berlin venture studio Merantix raises $27M fund to concentrate on AI startups

Berlin-based Merantix, a venture studio which specifically concentrates on building ‘AI companies’, says it has raised a new €25M fund ($27M). Anchor investors include Trusted Insight, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, as well as further family offices from Europe. Co-founder Adrian Locher said in a statement that the successful fundraising “underpins Europe’s competitive ability with regards to new transformative technologies and validates the innovative potential...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, TC, Europe, Technology, Berlin, US, Articles, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Oxford, Search Engine, Cybernetics, Volkswagen, Vara, ADAS


Business revolution: What is the membership economy?

"I think that the membership economy is having as big an impact on business as the industrial revolution," says Silicon Valley consultant Robbie Kellman Baxter.Memberships or subscriptions fundamentally change the relationship between the consumer and the brand by delivering what Baxter calls a "forever promise." The famous example of Blockbuster vs. Netflix illustrates this perfectly. Subscriptions are not a new idea. Charles Dickens released his books to subscribers one chapter at a time, as h...
Tags: Work, Business, Technology, Brand, Markets, Economics, History, Netflix, Innovation, Charles Dickens, Silicon Valley, Consumerism, Product Design, Baxter, Robbie Kellman Baxter Memberships


The End Of The Digital Revolution Is Coming: Here’s What’s Next

The next era of computing will stretch our minds into a spooky new world that we’re just starting to understand. In 1946 the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer, or the ENIAC, was introduced. The world’s first commercial computer was intended to be used by the military to project the trajectory of missiles, doing in a ...
Tags: Technology, Innovation, Quantum Computing


NSA faces questions over security of Trump officials after alleged Bezos hack

Democratic lawmaker asks agency if it is confident the Saudi government has not sought to hack US officialsSaudi crown prince ‘hacked Jeff Bezos’s phone’The US National Security Agency is facing questions about the security of top Trump administration officials’ communications following last week’s allegations that the Saudi crown prince may have had a hand in the alleged hack of Jeff Bezos.Ron Wyden, a senior Democratic lawmaker, asked the director of the NSA whether he was confident that the S...
Tags: Technology, Saudi Arabia, Nsa, White House, US, World news, US news, Middle East and North Africa, Jeff Bezos, Trump, Bezos, US National Security Agency, Jared Kushner, Jeff Bezos Ron Wyden


10 Powerful Tips To Help You WordPress Development Better

Over 500 websites are being based on WordPress consistently. But, 17 new posts get distributed on WordPress consistently. In a month, WordPress looked on Google over 37 million times. Some of you may have been utilizing WordPress for some time. Read more… The post 10 Powerful Tips To Help You WordPress Development Better appeared first on Internet Marketing, Guest Post, B2B Marketing, Latest Technology, SEM, SEO Tips.
Tags: Google, Apps, Technology, Web Development, Web Design, Wordpress, Seo, Software, Graphic Design, B2b, Seo Strategy, WordPress Development, Business Products & Services, Internet Marketing Guest Post


Python's got legs!

Photo by Steve Wheeler No, this is not some new discovery about the evolutionary development of snakes - nor is it a reptile dysfunction. I'm referring to 2Simple Software's new offering Python In Pieces which was launched last week at the BETT Show in London.If you're a computing teacher your ears will prick up at this. Actually, if you're a teacher who's interested in anything to do with critical thinking, creativity or logical reasoning you should definitely be interested. Python In ...
Tags: Python, Technology, London, Learning, Education, Computers, Creativity, eLearning, London England, Pam Jones, Steve Wheeler, BETT Show, Bett2020, 2Simple, BETTshow, Purple Mash


Why Laravel Is The Best PHP Framework In 2020

There are many PHP-frameworks are available to use as open-source and free. But whenever we talk about Laravel then the matter is different. Don’t worry it is also opens-source and free PHP framework, but it came in existence as the Read more… The post Why Laravel Is The Best PHP Framework In 2020 appeared first on Internet Marketing, Guest Post, B2B Marketing, Latest Technology, SEM, SEO Tips.
Tags: Apps, Technology, Seo, Php, Software, B2b, Mobile App Development, Don, Laravel, Business Products & Services, Laravel PHP, PHP Framework In 2020


Keir Starmer accuses Boris Johnson of 'doing a runner' on Huawei

Labour leadership favourite urges prime minister to face MPs’ questions over 5G decisionSir Keir Starmer has accused Boris Johnson of “doing a runner” over the decision on whether to allow Huawei a role in the UK’s 5G infrastructure, as Washington gave a final warning to the UK government over what it called a “momentous” choice.Ahead of a likely decision on Tuesday, with the cabinet reportedly split and the Trump administration urging Downing Street to block any role for the Chinese telecoms fi...
Tags: Politics, UK, Technology, Washington, UK News, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Downing Street, Keir Starmer, Huawei, Trump, Starmer


How to Kill Innovation in India using Customs

I did my engineering from 1998 to 2012. It used to be very difficult to get the latest and greatest in the electronics world from the local market. My go-to way to get something interesting was to apply for freebies from companies in the USA, whether it was PICs from Microchip or the latest Linux CDs. I would apply and then wait. It would take time but it would arrive at home safely. I used to get frustrated by this waiting time. Sometime it would take up-to three months. Twenty years later ship...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Technology, Life, India, Innovation, Customs, Bangalore, FPGA, ECE, Fomu, Customs Letter, Sutajio Kosagi


UK sovereignty in jeopardy if Huawei used for 5G, US warns

Mike Pompeo makes last-minute plea to ministers ahead of ‘momentous’ decision Britain’s sovereignty will be in jeopardy if the UK allows Huawei to develop its 5G infrastructure, the US secretary of state has warned.In a last-minute plea to senior ministers, who are expected to decide on Tuesday whether to use the Chinese company, Mike Pompeo described the decision facing Britain’s national security council as “momentous”. Continue reading...
Tags: UK, Technology, Internet, US, UK News, World news, US news, Britain, Huawei, 5g, Mike Pompeo


The Upcoming Trends in Telecom Industry

This year, telecom businesses are preparing for some of the most significant technological advancements the market has seen in years. Patterns such as the 5G transformation and the improvement of the internet of things (Io T) will reshape the telecom Read more… The post The Upcoming Trends in Telecom Industry appeared first on Internet Marketing, Guest Post, B2B Marketing, Latest Technology, SEM, SEO Tips.
Tags: Technology, Seo, Innovation, Telecom, Emerging Markets, Network, 5g, Telecom News Updates, Telecom Industry, Upcoming Trends, LTE 4G, Business Products & Services


Fiber Network Services for Business and It’s Advantages

For any business to survive in today’s scenario, it is essential to have an uninterrupted network connection. While the other aspects are equally important, technology has become an integral part of our lives and an active network connection is the Read more… The post Fiber Network Services for Business and It’s Advantages appeared first on Internet Marketing, Guest Post, B2B Marketing, Latest Technology, SEM, SEO Tips.
Tags: Business, Technology, Seo, Infrastructure, Telecom, Fiber, Network, B2b, Telecom News Updates, Telecom Services updates, Business Products & Services, Fiber Network Services, Fiber Network Services for Business


Facebook Gives Unintelligible Response to Jeff Bezos Hack, Deciding to Blame iOS

The news that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman personally sent malware to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, which led to the compromise of massive amounts of data from Bezos’ phone, has taken the tech world by storm. While the spotlight has been focused on the plot’s outlandishness, in recent days the attention has shifted…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Science, Technology, Cybersecurity, Jeff Bezos, Bezos, Mohammed bin Salman, Facebook Gives Unintelligible Response


"I’ve spent a decade chasing a sub-three-hour marathon. How much do I want it? Enough to let technology take some of the credit?"

Wonders Jamie Doward in "Vaporfly shoes will help me reach my marathon dream. Should I use them?/After years of trying to beat the three-hour barrier, new technology could get me there. Or is that cheating?"Bryce Dyer, a sports technologist and specialist in product design at Bournemouth University, told Reuters they were “the equivalent of bringing a gun to a knife fight”. Others draw comparisons with Speedo’s controversial LZR swimsuit, which helped competitors break a host of world records in...
Tags: Technology, Law, Shoes, Sports, Reuters, Bournemouth University, Speedo, Jamie Doward, Ann Althouse, Vaporfly, Bryce Dyer


Injured knee? Send in the microbots

Korean scientists propose novel way to treat damaged cartilage.
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Imagine touchscreens so thin you can roll them and fold them

 Australian researchers hope their new material will open a world of possibilities.
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When sensors get together

Matrix takes us further down the path towards electronic skin, researchers hope.
Tags: Technology, Matrix


Is Technology Improving or Sabotaging Your Productivity?

When it comes to technology, most of us are grateful for it. Computers make everything easier—from researching information to communicating with friends and colleagues—and even once basic devices like phones and cars are getting high-tech makeovers to do more, faster and better. At the same time, there are critical drawbacks that occasionally prevent technology from working in our favor. When you lose your Internet connection, you’re practically helpless. When you do research, it’s easy to get d...
Tags: Technology, Sales, Employee Productivity, Project Management, Your Career


PlayStation VR 2 Coming in 2020

A “sequel” to PlayStation’s virtual reality device has been confirmed to be coming sometime this year, with consumers of the expensive device likely expecting to dish out exorbitant amounts of cash every few years whenever the technology makes slight advances. Publisher Immersive VR Education (who has made Apollo 11 VR and Titanic VR) made note […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Playstation, Sony, Virtual Reality, Anime, Announcements, Publisher Immersive VR Education


Quick, cheap to make and loved by police – facial recognition apps are on the rise | John Naughton

Clearview AI may be controversial but it’s not the first business to identify you from your online picsWay back in May 2011, Eric Schmidt, who was then the executive chairman of Google, said that the rapid development of facial recognition technology had been one of the things that had surprised him most in a long career as a computer scientist. But its “surprising accuracy” was “very concerning”. Questioned about this, he said that a database using facial recognition technology was unlikely to ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Technology, Microsoft, US, Ben Thompson, Facial Recognition, Eric Schmidt, Amazon Web Services, SCHMIDT, John Naughton, ClearView, Alan Clark


Peter Diamandis: ‘In the next 10 years, we’ll reinvent every industry’

The entrepreneur and futurologist says the rapid pace of technology should fill us with optimism not fearPeter Diamandis is best known as the founder of the XPrize Foundation, which offers big cash prizes as an incentive for tech solutions to big problems. The entrepreneur and investor is also co-founder of the Singularity University, a Silicon Valley-based nonprofit offering education in futurology. His new book, The Future Is Faster Than You Think, argues that the already rapid pace of technol...
Tags: Technology, XPrize Foundation, Robots, Computing, Consciousness, Silicon Valley, Self-driving Cars, Peter Diamandis, Singularity University, Diamandis, Artificial intelligence (AI


Amazing Vintage Photos Of 1937 Cadillac V16 Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet

This custom Cadillac is probably the most extreme cabriolet ever built. The car was originally commissioned by wealthy playboy Philippe Barraud. He wanted a custom car constructed on a grand scale and in late 1936 ordered a 452 cu in Cadillac V16 chassis through the Edelweiss Garage in Lausanne, Switzerland. h/t: vintag.es Cadillac shipped a bare chassis, one of only two that year... Source
Tags: Design, Technology, Cars, Retro, 1930s, Cadillac, Lausanne Switzerland, Hartmann Cabriolet, Philippe Barraud


Trump speaks to Boris Johnson about security as UK nears Huawei decision

US discusses concerns over Chinese telecoms giant’s role in Britain’s future 5G network Donald Trump discussed the security of telecommunications networks with Boris Johnson, the White House said, as Britain closes in on a decision on Huawei’s role in the country’s future 5G network.The US administration told allies not to allow the Chinese tech giant to form part of their 5G networks, claiming it would be a security risk – something Huawei vehemently denies. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, UK, Technology, White House, China, US, UK News, World news, Britain, Asia Pacific, Telecommunications industry, Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, Huawei, 5g, Trump