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Why an ex-Apple design chief got Square to abandon the audio jack

Think of the Square Reader as an argument for ruthless simplicity.<p>"It's iconic, it's simple, it does exactly what it's supposed to do and nothing …

Microsoft made speech recognition software that's as accurate as humans

Microsoft just made another big advancement in artificial intelligence.<p>Researchers at the company have created speech recognition software that is …

Artificial Intelligence

Design Is Better Than Enforcement To Make Cities Safer For Everyone

Slower cars means safer roads, and while adding speed cameras and reducing speed limits can help, nothing beats a design that stops drivers from …

Amazon Gets Patent to Develop Drones as Bodyguards, Lost Child Locators

Tech News<p>Amazon has been awarded a patent for a pocket-sized, voice controlled drone that can be used to help police in chases, aid firefighters in tackling blazes, and even find lost children.<p>The unmanned aerial vehicle will have a built-in software that will allow it to understand commands spoken …

Bodyguard

This Robot-Run Indoor Farm Can Grow 10 Million Heads Of Lettuce A Year

In a single day, the farm can harvest 30,000 heads of lettuce. On a traditional farm, a field of the same size can grow about 26,000 plants–but only …

SAFE | SEXY

<b>Gas</b><p>2-1/2 gallon tank for 200 mile range<br>• 53 mph top speed 80 mpg<br>• Foot brake to 3 disc brakes<br>• $6,000 plus shipping<p><b>ELECTRIC</b> - one or two 10 kw 72V motors<br>• 50 …

College Advisory Committee

The College Advisory Committee is all about communication – if you enjoy marketing, community engagement, public relations, arts education, music, …

Virtual reality could be the future of viewing photographs

There is a growing community of 360-degree panorama photo enthusiasts online.<p>Years from now, we might view today's process of viewing photographs - …

Qualcomm Life Acquires Capsule Technologies

The acquisition of Capsule extends Qualcomm Life's connected health offerings into the hospital in an effort to create a more seamless care continuum.

Connected cars expected to be a $1B business for AT&T in 2015

With the U.S. smartphone market nearly saturated, tablets are growing mobile broadband subscriptions for carriers. Connected cars are in the …

Autonomous cars will destroy millions of jobs and reshape the US economy by 2025

Most people—experts included—seem to think that the transition to driverless vehicles will come slowly over the coming few decades, and that large hurdles exist for widespread adoption. I believe that this is significant underestimation.<p>Autonomous cars will be commonplace by 2025 and have a near …

Salesforce cofounder explains where big old tech companies like Microsoft often go wrong

It took almost 16 years for Salesforce to get to this point, but its cofounder Parker Harris believes there's one key reason to its massive growth in a relatively short period of time: focus.<p>Unlike some of its bigger rivals like Oracle and SAP, who are virtually in every area of enterprise …

Digiboo’s Zippy Download Kiosks Are Coming To An Airport Near You

Most domestic flights charge customers for access to on-demand movies or TV. A startup called Digiboo is trying a different approach: ultra-high speed download kiosks in airports that deliver TV shows and movies within minutes.<p>The kiosks, which will be deployed to several hundred airports by the …

Netflix: The Paradox of Choice – Santosh Kumar – Medium

<b>Netflix: The Paradox of Choice</b><p>Conventional wisdom says that we are better off with more options. But a jam experiment done in a grocery store at …

Dennis Gabor, “Father of Holography” - OpenMind

Dennis Gabor was born on <b>June 5th, 1900</b> in Budapest, Hungary, a country that was then part of the Austro-Hungarian Dual Monarchy. Although physics …

Cars Are Becoming Devices With Apple Watch Apps

Find your way, your car, or a bus with a tap of your wrist<p>Automotive enthusiasts have been lamenting lately that these kids today don’t want cars; they want devices. That may be true, but there is a way to have both: develop apps for the Apple Watch (and other soon-to-be-sold smart watch platforms) …

Lessons From A Study of Perfect Pitch Decks: VCs Spend An Average of 3 Minutes, 44 Seconds On Them

DocSend, a startup that provides people with a secure and private way of sharing files like offer letters or legal agreements, studied more than 200 pitchdecks to figure out the right way to graduate from bootstrapped to seed-funded, or from angels to a Series A.<p>They partnered with Harvard Business …

Software Is Eating The Job Market

According to the Labor Department, the U.S. economy is in its strongest stretch in corporate hiring since 1997. Given the rapidly escalating competition for talent, it is important for employers, job seekers, and policy leaders to understand the dynamics behind some of the fastest growing …

Mobile App Enablers: Who Will Be The Winners?

Over the past three years, the Emergence Capital team has closely monitored the growing ecosystem of mobile enterprise applications. We have been fortunate to learn from our investments in a few of the early leaders across this landscape, including Box (collaboration), Doximity (digital health), …

Oculus reveals its consumer Rift VR headset

Three long years after Oculus unveiled its VR headset to the world, it now finally has one ready for consumers. Say hello to the Rift headset that you can actually buy. It features two OLED screens that promises clarity, low-persistence flickering and a wide field of view. It also has a tracking …

Virtual Reality

Alcatel-Lucent Unveils SDN Platform for Carriers

Alcatel-Lucent over the past few years has built out its software-defined networking capabilities through its Nuage Networks subsidiary, touching on …

What the people who worked on Google Glass think of Microsoft's crazy new holographic computer

The HoloLens is essentially a computer you wear on your face. But instead of interacting through a keyboard, mouse, or touchscreen, the HoloLens projects 3-D images in front of you that you can reach out and touch. And based on the demos we've seen so far, it looks really cool.<p>But the device never …

Apple's iPhone Continues To Lose Market Share Month To Month

Kantar’s Worldpanel ComTech reported smartphone market shares in key markets around the globe for March and it shows that Apple’s iPhone continues its monthly decline in most markets and may have topped out in China. In its latest findings Apple’s share in the US, Japan, Great Britain, France and …

WorkHuman 2018

Y’all come back now!<p>We can’t wait to see you in 2019 as we celebrate our 5th anniversary in Nashville.<br>But until then, let’s relive some of the …

Google got it wrong. The open-office trend is destroying the workplace.

By Lindsey Kaufman<p>A year ago, my boss announced that our large New York ad agency would be moving to an open office. After nine years as a senior writer, I was forced to trade in my private office for a seat at a long, shared table. It felt like my boss had ripped off my clothes and left me …

Replace Your Eyeballs With Synthetic Ones

Vision would no longer have to be #nofilter<p>Our eyes are such elegant, complex, specialized organs that their existence seems almost hard to believe--Darwin himself called their evolution “absurd.” But that doesn’t mean they’re perfect; eyes sometimes don’t focus correctly, they break down over …

3D Bioprinting

How One Art Director Became an Overnight Sensation for Wearing the Same Outfit Every Day

Matilda Kahl, an art director at Saatchi & Saatchi, was launched into viral stardom this week. But it wasn't for her creative work, exactly—it was …

Ford Opens New Silicon Valley Research Center Led By Former Apple Engineer

Ford is ready to get a little cozier with the tech industry. In an event today, Ford took the wraps off its brand new research center located in the Stanford Research Park.<p>At the 25,000-square-foot facility today, Ford CEO Mark Fields was there to made it clear the car maker was hunting for the …

Portable Travel Drones: Forget The Selfie, Welcome To The Dronie

The luxury traveler is now adding a new toy to their luggage, the portable and packable personal drone. Gadget lovers and selfie fans are quickly making the Drone market explode and by the end of this year it will have replaced the prehistoric selfie stick with something breathtaking and …

Drones