Experts discuss the exponentially worsening space debris problem

In under 25 years, the amount of junk big enough to destroy a spacecraft has more than doubled, according to scientists who met at the seventh European Conference on Space Debris in Germany this week.

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AMD announces low-power processor for tablet, smartphone markets

In the wake of Ryzen’s successful launch, fans have been asking when AMD would create a custom APU for the smartphone and tablet market. Well, folks, the wait is over.

The post AMD announces low-power processor for tablet, smartphone markets appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Twitter is trying to do something to boost its business, but is it too little too late?

In life, the saying goes “better late than never.” When it applies to a publicly traded company though, the phrase becomes “where was this years ago?”

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Tim Cook believes that augmented reality could be as big as the smartphone

In an interview with The Independent during his visit to the U.K. this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook likened the emerging technology to the very established and ubiquitous technology of the smartphone.

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Meet the 'Bat Bot': Scientists unveil robot that flies just like a bat

In what might make an excellent sidekick for Batman, scientists have built a fascinating, unconventional flying robot that moves its wings and flies just like a bat.

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Tech Industry Gets Political


In the last decade or so, the tech industry has become increasingly political, which is different from being politicized. If I had to guess, I’d say that for the most part everyone is on the same page. However, many of the largest technology concerns have come to the realization that to protect their outlook, they need representation in Washington in the form of lobbyists. In addition, many successful entrepreneurs have been contributing to parties. That intensified political awareness became obvious over the weekend.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/84270.html?rss=1

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Microsoft warns Windows 7 is dangerously insecure in 2017

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In 2009 Microsoft couldn’t stop talking about how great Windows 7 was, and now it’s dangerous to continue using. Funny how that happens.

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Top CRM Blogs of 2016: Countdown, Part 1


In a year when it seemed that CRM continued to blur into other technologies — artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, analytics, predictive tools — there was no shortage of things to blog about. However, only a few bloggers really captured what was going on in CRM in 2016 and reflected the evolution of the technology in their own unique ways. Doing that is a great way to land on our list of the 20 Best CRM Blogs, which looks back on a year of writing on the subject of CRM — not just CRM, the technology, but CRM, the discipline.

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'Professional authenticators' will rid its site of fake goods, eBay says

In an effort to maintain customer trust and keep brands and sellers onside, eBay is stepping up efforts to rid its site of fake goods. However, the system, which involves the use of so-called “professional authenticators,” comes at a cost.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/01/13/professional-authenticators-will-rid-its-site-fake-goods-ebay-says.html

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How to Fix (Hopefully) the MacBook Pro's Battery Life Problem

In the past few days, Apple’s new MacBook Pro has provoked heated complaints in user forums from consumers disappointed with their new laptops’ battery life.

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