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Swatch announces to make Batteries with Unmatched Storage Capacity

Swatch announces to make Batteries with Unmatched Storage Capacity

Harrison Ford returns in Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner Sequel

Harrison Ford returns to Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner Sequel

The Science Behind The Dress

The Science Behind The Dress

Star Trek's Renaissance Man Leonard Nimoy, dead at 83

Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek's Renaissance Man, Dead at 83

Apple Watch Will Ditch the Car Keys and Remind Users to Exercise

Apple Watch Will Ditch the Car Keys and Remind Users to Exercise

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5 Reasons Why Valve Steam Machines Won't Disrupt Industry

5 Reasons Why Valve Steam Machines Won't Disrupt Industry There’s plenty of hype and excitement over the coming of the Steam Machine—a Linux-powered gaming PC designed for big-screen (formerly known as Steam Box.) The Valve-spearheaded project looks to be as much an attempt to...

Jan 22 2014, 6:21am CST

GameStop Crashes After Surprise Fall In Holiday Video Game Sales

GameStop Crashes After Surprise Fall In Holiday Video Game Sales GameStop shares fell over 18% on Tuesday morning after the company announced “greater than expected decline” in video game sales over the holidays. Blaming it on the gaming transition to next generation consoles Xbox...

Jan 14 2014, 12:06pm CST

Apple: 2013 In Review And 2014 Outlook

Apple: 2013 In Review And 2014 Outlook For the first eight months of 2013 it was all talk about the stock (since it was in the penalty box), Apple losing market share in smartphones and tablets and speculation about a low priced iPhone. It finally turned to...

Jan 8 2014, 9:31am CST

Samsung Goes Large With Galaxy TabPro and NotePro Android Tablets

Samsung Goes Large With Galaxy TabPro and NotePro Android Tablets With four new tablets on show at CES, Samsung continues to keep the Galaxy brand name at the front of consumer’s minds. With screens up to 12.2 inches in diameter, the Android 4.4 powered tablets are some of the largest...

Jan 6 2014, 7:06pm CST

Tesla And Adobe: Why Continuous Deployment May Mean Continuous Customer Disappointment

Tesla And Adobe: Why Continuous Deployment May Mean Continuous Customer Disappointment For the last 75 years products (both durable goods and software) were built via Waterfall development. This process forced companies to release and launch products by model years, and market new and “improved” versions...

Jan 3 2014, 3:16pm CST

Fitbit's New Year Resolution Uses The iPhone 5S And Its Innovative M7 Chip For Growth

Fitbit's New Year Resolution Uses The iPhone 5S And Its Innovative M7 Chip For Growth I suspect that right now many people building their New Year’s Resolution around fitness. That means a surge of interest in wearable fitness trackers. Fitbit is well established in this area, but the latest update to...

Jan 1 2014, 12:26pm CST

Prediction 2014: Hardware Is The New Software

Prediction 2014: Hardware Is The New Software The biggest thing that I noticed in 2013 was the amount of energy in small hardware startups. Even without a really robust infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT), the same kinds of developers who have been...

Jan 1 2014, 10:16am CST

The Evolution Of The Connected Web

The Evolution Of The Connected Web Whoever put CES on the calendar just the week into the New Year had a cruel sense of humor. Just as we recover from our post holiday stupor and return to work – the tech world explodes with products, press releases,...

Dec 26 2013, 4:11pm CST

Parallel Computing Centers Worldwide To Help Intel with Exascale Initiative

Parallel Computing Centers Worldwide To Help Intel with Exascale Initiative Intel is pushing the efforts on Exascale computing by bringing in more partners from all over the world

Oct 26 2013, 5:39pm CDT

iPhone 5S Apps Crash Rate is Twice than iPhone 5 and 5C

iPhone 5S Apps Crashed at Double Rate than iPhone 5 and 5C Apple's iPhone 5S running 64-bit iOS 7 has twice crash rate of applications than other iPhone models. 32-bit iPhone 5C and previous iPhone 5 have 1% apps crash rate while iPhone 5S has 2%.

Oct 11 2013, 10:00am CDT

Larry Ellison Offers New Server and Faster Databases at Oracle OpenWorld

Larry Ellison Offers New Server and Faster Databases at Oracle OpenWorld The CEO of Oracle, Larry Ellison kicks off annual OpenWorld conference with new server, backup cloud service and faster in-memory database option. He wants to offer speedier databases in order to stimulate profitable growth. The speeds may go up to a hundred times as fast as the previous databases.

Sep 23 2013, 5:49am CDT