Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Cool Gadgets to Have in Case of an Emergency

People panicking these days is very rare, (unless you happen to live in Hawaii this past weekend). To avoid being late for work, for example, we have gadgets that let us cook our breakfast in less time than it would have taken us to do 10 years ago.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Coding: 3 Easy Ways to Learn the Language of the Digital Future

Knowing how to code has become increasingly important in an era where software is progressing faster than you can blink. It can boost your resume or even send you down a new and exciting career path. (And even if you don’t end up working in computer science, coding skills can apply to other jobs as well.) the great thing is that it’s never been easier to add more of these “languages” to your repertoire.

4 Features That Define a Flagship Phone

It seems like the media and advertisers are always talking about flagship phone this, flagship phone that. But they never bother to talk about what makes a phone a flagship phone.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Laboratory Tech: Understanding the Evolution of Modern Healthcare

As the economy fluctuates, the job market fluctuates alongside it. This is true of almost every industry with the exception of healthcare. Regardless of the economic state, people always need healthcare, which means healthcare jobs will always be in demand.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Flying Cars Are Finally About To Become A Reality

Fareed Zakaria of CNN recently talked to self-driving car pioneer and now Kitty Hawk CEO, Sebastian Thrun about the cost and consequences of flying cars.

Monday, January 8, 2018

Richard Zemel Says Your Phone Will Know You Better Than Your Friends Do By This Time Next Year

Get ready for a world where businesses enjoy unprecedented insight into their products and services, and digital assistants become so well personalized that they know you better than your friends and family, according to Canadian AI researcher Richard Zemel.
Robots Now Beating Humans at Foosball

There is a constant battle in human’s curiosity to check out if we can defeat computers. Due to that, people are creating different games to play against the robot. After chess, Jeopardy or even soccer, humans decided to test robots in one of the most interesting game tables – foosball.

Bionic Hand Allows User to Feel What She Touches

Scientists in Italy have unveiled the first bionic hand with a sense of touch that can be worn outside a laboratory.

Sunday, January 7, 2018

3 Revolutionary Technologies That Will Change Your Year

Progress is the only constant in the modern world. Technology is improving at a fantastic rate, so much so that it can seem like every year brings a whole new world along with it.

Science of Storage: The Future of Data and Archiving Strategies

You might chuckle over the fact that a 128 GB USB stick once took the form of a 360 KB floppy disk. The evolution of computing technology is driven by the constant demand for greater and more efficient memory. This is true of consumer software products but especially true of business. Rapidly increasing amounts of data are streaming back and forth.

5 Top Cybersecurity Trends To Dominate The Technology Space In 2018

Every day presents a new challenge to the technological space. Developers and businesses alike have, therefore, took to brainstorming on how to handle the increased cyber threats adequately.

How to Prepare Your Team for AI

Artificial intelligence for business is a reality. If your goal is to forge ahead and lead in your field, then you need to adapt to a workplace where AI plays a crucial role.

Friday, January 5, 2018

New Financial Fantasy Contest Platform Lets Gamers Practice Investing and Win Cryptocurrency

FundFantasy is a financial fantasy platform where users compete for prizes by crafting the ultimate portfolio. Play the role of an investor/fund manager, move up in rank, and win FundToken, Bitcoin, Ether, and other prizes in the first skill game of its kind.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Researchers Create Bacteria to Reflect Sonar Signals for Ultrasound Imaging

Researchers have designed bacteria to reflect sound waves like submarines. The technology could eventually allow doctors to image therapeutic bacteria in the body using ultrasound.