What Will Rise From Uber's Ashes?

There has been quite a bit of churn in the waters around Uber during the last few years. Now that founder Travis Kalanick is no longer CEO, what does the future look like for the company, workers, drivers, investors and customers? Will Uber continue to grow and lead, or has it seen its best days? Most people connected to the company probably would say the same thing: They want calm but rapid growth. There is now a good possibility for growth if they get the right CEO and right strategy. However, Uber has been like two different companies in recent years.

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Elon Musk says artificial intelligence is humanity's 'biggest risk'

Elon Musk has sounded warning bells on artificial intelligence for quite some time, as he believes it could be a threat to society. Now, he’s told the government it could be our biggest risk.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/07/17/elon-musk-says-artificial-intelligence-is-humanitys-biggest-risk.html

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New DirectX 11 vs. DirectX 12 comparison shows uneven results, limited improvements

Deus Ex Mankind Divided

DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 have gone head to head in a multi-game matchup, but the results may not be quite what you’d expect.

The post New DirectX 11 vs. DirectX 12 comparison shows uneven results, limited improvements appeared first on ExtremeTech.

The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/gaming/246377-new-directx-11-vs-directx-12-comparison-shows-uneven-results-limited-improvements?source=Computing

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Microsoft Surface Studio review round-up: Creatives love it

Surface Studio

Microsoft’s new Surface Studio is out today, and the early reviews are quite positive. This is niche hardware, meant primarily to appeal to creative types, but if you’re in the market for a new pen-friendly drawing surface, the Surface Studio may be right up your alley.

The post Microsoft Surface Studio review round-up: Creatives love it appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Social's Turning Point

Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn for more than $26 billion has created quite a stir — at least in my world. Ellen Levy reported that the deal can boast a number of superlatives if you look at it right: the largest sale of a consumer Internet company in history; the largest sale of an enterprise software/cloud company in history; the third-largest sale of a technology company since 2001; and the largest acquisition ever made by Microsoft. What’s interesting to me is how poorly the social networking industry is doing overall.

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Bose has finally freed its noise-canceling headphones from wires

For quite some time, Bose has offered both noise canceling headphones and wireless headphones, but now for the first time it is combining the two in the new QuietComfort 35 and QuietControl 30.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/06/07/bose-has-finally-freed-its-noise-canceling-headphones-from-wires.html

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Say hello to FemtoSats — the tiny new satellites that could democratize space

First launched in 2003, CubeSats have made quite an impact on space exploration with universities, enthusiasts, and others deploying the small and affordable satellites.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/04/18/say-hello-to-femtosats-tiny-new-satellites-that-could-democratize-space.html

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5 Windows 10 tricks you need to know

Windows 10 is now installed on more than 200 million gadgets worldwide. That’s quite a feat in the tech world, since its official release was only six months ago. If your computer is one of those gadgets, you’ve probably found Windows 10 has its share of sheer winning features and, unfortunately, very frustrating steps.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/01/23/5-windows-10-tricks-need-to-know.html

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Six-pack of tablets and the iPad Pro: the tablet market is polarizing

It’s no secret that tablets aren’t selling quite as well as they once did. Compared with last year, the worldwide tablet market declined 7% in the last quarter, and 3.9% the quarter before that, according to IDC. It looks as though tablets may have peeked around the end of 2013.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/10/01/six-pack-tablets-and-ipad-pro-tablet-market-is-polarizing/

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Robin smartphone promises to never run out of storage

The market for sub-$400 Android phones has become quite saturated, but the team at Nextbit, which includes execs from Google and HTC, believes it has something that will set it apart from the pack.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/09/01/robin-smartphone-promises-to-never-run-out-storage/

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Little girl with robotic hand throws first pitch at Orioles game

Hailey Dawson, 5, has quite an arm — and attached at the end — is a “special hand.”

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Bogies Spotted: Jet Ventures Into Amazon's Airspace

Amazon has been in its prime for quite some time, but there’s a new show in town, and it claims that its prices are lower. Online merchant Jet opened its inventory of millions of products to consumers on Tuesday. While Amazon’s Prime subscription service offers consumers extra perks for $99 a year, Jet requires payment of a $50 annual membership fee to make purchases. Jet’s approach is focused solely on selling cheaper goods, as opposed to Amazon Prime’s more robust strategy of offering free shipping and access to digital content.

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Rapper recorded album by posting up at NYC Apple Store every day for 4 months

A New York-based rapper has taken the phrase “demo unit” quite literally, saying that he parked himself at Apple’s SoHo store in Manhattan five days a week, for sixteen weeks, so he could use the store’s display computers to record a full-length album.

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Fresh Takes on Shipping Perishable Online Purchases

It’s one thing to ship books and electronics across the U.S. — but it’s quite another to get fresh fruit, baked goods, meat, fish, prepared meals, raw meal ingredients, and other perishables to consumers’ front doors in prime condition. Once perishables are delivered to a customer’s door, they often have to sit there for an unpredictable amount of time before the customer gets home, which further complicates things. Cooled packages have been around for some time now, but most are not really at the level shippers and customers want them to be.

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