Nvidia’s CEO Declares Moore’s Law Dead

Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, believes the traditional version of Moore’s Law is dead, replaced by a GPU trend he calls Hyper-Moore’s Law. He’s got a point.

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Alexa now has more than 15,000 skills under her artificially intelligent belt

The smartest person in your household may not be a person — at least, not in the traditional sense of the word. Alexa, that handy AI-powered voice assistant who lives in your Amazon Echo, has now mastered more than 15,000 skills.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/07/06/alexa-now-has-more-than-15000-skills-under-her-artificially-intelligent-belt.html

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Toyota now has a robot that can help disabled people around the house

Like the rest of the automotive industry, Toyota is beginning to think past the traditional automobile and focus on mobility. And with that, the company has shown off its Human Support Robot (HSR), after testing it with a U.S. war veteran in his home.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/06/30/toyota-now-has-robot-that-can-help-disabled-people-around-house.html

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Are touch screens robbing toddlers of sleep?

It’s been established that screen time in its traditional form—think television and video games—is linked to sleep problems in kids, note researchers in introducing their more specific study: one that, for the first time, looks at touch-screen use among very young children.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/04/14/are-touch-screens-robbing-toddlers-sleep.html

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Google air conditioner design could let you see straight through the machine

Looking to fix many of the problems associated with traditional window aid conditioner designs, Google’s newly filed patent would go fanless and even provide an interior window to let you receive more natural light.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/04/10/google-air-conditioner-design-could-let-see-straight-through-machine.html

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US Army testing a device that could give soldiers a 'third arm'

Traditional weaponry has often been a burden to soldiers, placing added weight on their bodies, slowing reaction times at times when all of their facilities are needed. Future troops may wind up having a “third arm” to help offset the weight.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/04/05/us-army-testing-device-that-could-give-soldiers-third-arm.html

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Google unveils super-resolution ‘zoom-and-enhance’ tech

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Not content with traditional methods of increasing the detail in blurry images, Google researchers have invented a way to add detail by borrowing from other, similar images.

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Engagio CEO Jon Miller: How to Land a Whale


“Traditional demand-based, lead-based marketing is like fishing with a net,” said Engagio CEO Jon Miller. “You run campaigns and marketing programs, and stuff comes out the other end. What the account-based world is all about is that you have a list of names, but you don’t wait around to see if those big fish swim into your net. Instead, you go fishing with spears. When I think about the process of fishing with spears, I ask, ‘How am I going to reach out?’ If I only have marketing tactics at my disposal … I’m only going to be able to go so far.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/84197.html?rss=1

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Who's Riding the New TV Wave?


There is a generational shift occurring in the TV industry. Traditional cable TV, which dominated the last several decades, is going away. Companies like Comcast, Charter and Cox are facing something new: new technological innovation and competition. Which companies will survive, and which will not? Traditional cable TV is on the verge of an extinction event that is very similar to other events we’ve witnessed. Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android operating system launched the smartphone wars, for example, killing previous leader BlackBerry.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83970.html?rss=1

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In Mongolia, 'constants.stuffy.activism' is a mailing address

The Mongolian post office is replacing traditional addresses with easy-to-remember three-word phrases courtesy of a British startup, Quartz reports.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/06/20/in-mongolia-constantsstuffyactivism-is-mailing-address.html

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Lytro’s new Cinema camera will allow 3D movies to be shot using light fields

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Lytro aims to bring the same powerful light field technology to traditional movie makers that it is already planning to provide VR content creators

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Apple celebrates 40th anniversary with Beer Bash DJ'd by Zane Lowe

Article Image Apple turned 40 years old on Friday, and to celebrate the company held a traditional Beer Bash in front of its Cupertino, Calif., campus shortly after the workday ended, with Beats 1 providing tunes for a crowd of more than 6,000 people.

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Home Broadband Use Falls as Consumers Go Mobile


A recent Pew Research Center study found that adoption of traditional high-speed Internet in the U.S. has fallen to 67 percent, the lowest level since 2012. More consumers were using mobile phones, the study found. Thirteen percent of respondents said they were smartphone-only customers, compared with 8 percent in 2013. Fifteen percent of respondents said they have cut the cord on paid cable and satellite TV, largely because of the increased amount of streaming content available through other channels.

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Can laws keep up with tech?

There’s a massive power struggle going on right now between traditional companies and new Internet companies, and we’re all in the blast radius.


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6 top tactical holiday gifts

From a spin on the traditional gift of socks to the ultimate knife and shades, here are six gifts perfect for military, police and fire professionals, as well as folks that love to spend their spare time shooting, hunting and in the great outdoors.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/12/22/6-top-tactical-holiday-gifts.html

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HP partners with established watchmakers Titan, Movado for wearable iOS-connected devices

Article Image In its bid to take on the Apple Watch, HP has forged partnerships with established traditional watchmakers Titan and Movado, for forthcoming devices that will be compatible with Apple’s iPhone.

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Channel Choosing: Where and How to Sell Online


Selling products online requires answering one basic question: where? Beyond traditional business websites, entrepreneurs have a cornucopia of choices, including Etsy, Amazon, eBay and Facebook. Making use of these alternatives can be a vital part of a business’ sales strategy. Choosing where to sell products online requires evaluating the fit between channel and product. Finding the right fit means having a strong sense of the company’s products and its customers, as well as an awareness of who uses various channels.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82725.html?rss=1

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Facebook's first satellite will beam Internet to rural Africa starting in 2016

With the exception of a select few locations, most of Africa is is beyond the range of traditional fixed and mobile terrestrial network connections.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/10/06/facebook-first-satellite-will-beam-internet-to-rural-africa-starting-in-2016/

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Runtastic debuts Moment smartwatch, combining analog face & fitness tracking

Runtastic on Friday launched the Moment, a new smartwatch that employs a traditional analog watch face but with smartphone-connected fitness tracking.

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