Here's why astronauts baking bread in space is a big deal

When you think of the perks of becoming an astronaut, there’s plenty to list: you get to see the Earth from a perspective that only few have shared, you’re privy to new science discoveries before the public hears about them, and you get to be one of the few people who grew up to become something they wanted to be as a kid.

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Galaxy Note 7 getting banned on flights

The Note 7 is becoming increasingly unwelcome on planes worldwide. At least eight international airlines are prohibiting Note 7 owners from bringing the smartphone on their flights.

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Microsoft will start selling Windows 10 as a subscription product to large businesses

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The company has confirmed that Windows as a service is becoming a reality, but only for enterprise users right now.

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The Cloud Complexity Challenge


Growing acceptance of cloud computing quickly is becoming a double-edged sword for the leading players in the SaaS, PaaS and IaaS marketplaces. As a broader set of customers adopts cloud-first strategies, even the biggest cloud players are being challenged to scale their operations to keep pace with escalating customer demands without becoming too complex. The good news is that every market research survey clearly indicates that corporate executives have become comfortable with the idea of moving parts of their operations to the cloud.

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Opinion: Hoverboard ban won't work

Richard Bulliet: The self-balancing vehicles that are fast becoming a craze are illegal in the United Kingdom and banned in New York City, but here to stay.


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Hoverboards: Ban won't stop the wheels

Richard Bulliet: The self-balancing vehicles that are fast becoming a craze are illegal in the United Kingdom and banned in New York City, but here to stay.


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CFOs Calculate Benefits of Cloud ERP


One of the clear indications that the cloud movement is becoming mainstream is the growing number of CFOs and finance departments that are adopting Software as a Service solutions to support their corporate responsibilities. Even more interesting is how cloud-based alternatives can redefine the accounting and financial management function in forward-minded organizations. The finance and accounting segment of the SaaS market has been gaining momentum for years.

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3 Ways CRM Can Help Sales in the IoT Era


It’s becoming increasingly clear that the nature of the sales profession is changing.
Salespeople are no longer the ones who introduce products to their customers — in most cases, especially in business-to-business settings, customers have done a lot of research on their own and are close to a decision before they talk to a salesperson. This trend, which has been long in coming, has some people in sales panicked. One million B2B salespeople in the U.S. will lose their jobs to self-service e-commerce by 2020, Forrester has predicted.

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IBM Watson increases its language, vision and speech capabilities

IBM’s Watson is fast becoming the smartest cognitive computing system around. On Thursday, IBM announced that Watson expanded its set of cognitive APIs (application program interfaces) and tools available to developers who create apps and products using the supercomputer’s capabilities. The move further solidifies Watson’s reach in a number of industries from law to healthcare and education. The announcement was made at IBM’s forum on cognitive and artificial intelligence where the company announced that a new West Coast hub for Watson in San Francisco.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/09/24/ibm-watson-increases-its-language-vision-and-speech-capabilities/

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Online course teaches kids to program while having fun

With technology skills becoming as important as readin’, ritin’ and ’rithmetic in today’s digital world, many parents want to ensure that their children develop the right skills for the future. But many don’t know where to begin and how to make learning tech skills fun for their kids.

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Microsoft Is Looking More Like the House Nadella Built


Some aspects of CEO Satya Nadella’s vision for Microsoft are becoming more clear. For one thing, the company’s interest in advertising is seriously on the wane. Microsoft reportedly has handed off most of its digital advertising sales business to AOL. Microsoft will retain control of its search advertising sales, however, and Bing will replace Google as the engine powering AOL’s consumer searches. Microsoft’s housecleaning didn’t end with ad sales, though. Uber reportedly has inked a deal to take over some of Bing’s mapping activities.

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Smartphones Can't Be Trusted to Run Our Lives


There is so much buzz around the smartphone becoming the remote control for our lives. Enough already! While the promise is enticing, there is a dark side to this story that is never talked about. After reading this, see if you are still convinced. Don’t get me wrong — I am as excited as everyone else around the future potential for the smartphone. However, something happened to me last week that slapped me in the face and snapped me back to reality. We’ve all read the stories about using exciting smartphone apps for everything in our lives.

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UBS declares Apple a 'special' kind of investment, says 'full ramifications' of iPhone are yet to come

Reading the new “Becoming Steve Jobs” biography inspired UBS analyst Steven Milunovich to share his thoughts on where Apple is headed, leading him to suggest to investors that the iPhone maker’s best days may still be ahead of it.



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