Nine predictions for ‘19

It is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future!

Gnip Launches Full-Archive Search API To Provide Instant Access To Nine Years Worth Of Tweets

Social data company Gnip, acquired by Twitter last year, has become an indispensable tool for all types of companies. Data, especially social data, is necessary to make decisions on things like timing a product launch or putting together a new marketing campaign. Until now,

Why Scientific American's Predictions from 10 Years Ago Were So Wrong

Recently, we did an experiment: We took an outdated issue of a respected popular science magazine, Scientific American, and researched exactly what happened to the highly-touted breakthroughs of the era that would supposedly change everything.

Citymapper Scoops A Hat-trick At The Annual Europas Conference And Awards

We have come a long way from the first event in a bar in Bermondsey in 2009, but in front of almost 800 of Europe’s top tech entrepreneurs and investors, The Europas Conference and Awards played host to the cream of Europe’s tech startup industry.

Why are two clouds are better than one?

When it comes to protecting your business critical applications, one cloud is a good start but two is much better. No, really.Read more:

Humans Are Wired For Laziness, Study Finds

In news that definitely isn’t going to help me achieve my half marathon goal, a team of Canadian researchers is claiming that human beings are biologically wired to be lazy. Awesome.Read more...

Nootrobox Launches Its “Smart Drugs” Subscription Service

Subscription-based “box of the month” services have been fairly hit-or-miss so far. While some like Birchbox are still going strong, elsewhere, smaller startups – and even experiments from the world’s largest retailer, Walmart – have faded away.

12 Smartphone Keyboards That Are Trying to Reinvent Mobile Typing

You know what’s weird? Typing on your phone. We use two thumbs to peck out words on a keyboard designed for ten fingers—a keyboard designed to be slow. You know what’s weirder? Smartphone keyboards designed to trump our flawed typing standard. Here are 12 of them. Read more...

How to know when your data is "big"

Most companies today are working with some level of data operations. Many are wondering whether they’ve already crossed the threshold into big data. Here's how you can tell.Read more:

Why the iPhone 6 launch event is a critical moment for Apple’s CEO Tim Cook

There are some folks who have argued that we shouldn’t care or be getting excited about the upcoming iPhone 6 – but they’re dead wrong for a number of reasons.Read more:

Jobvite Lands Another $25M For Its Recruitment-As-Marketing Analytics Platform

Jobvite — a recruitment platform visited by more then 35 million people in the last year,

Kaspersky Lab files antitrust complaint against Apple

Security giant says Apple is abusing its position within the App Store.

Microsoft Teams passes 500,000 organisations, promises new features

Microsoft Teams celebrates its second birthday.

World's largest aluminium producer hit by major cyberattack

Norks Hydro is still recovering following ransomware attack.

Half of EU businesses attacked in last two years

Attack surfaces are growing thanks to new IoT gadgets, BYOD movement and a general lack of vigilance.

Identifying the MVPs in your AI deployment strategy

To avoid overlooking the right resources during the transformation journey, a phased approach should be implemented.

Google will offer Android users a free choice of browser and search engine

The company wants to avoid another hefty EU fine.

How Artificial Intelligence will transform modern workplace

Irrespective of the workplace, AI offers the Midas’s touch for every type of workplace.

Will 2019 be the year of the customer for telcos?

There is no question 2019 will continue to raise significant questions for the industry, as changes to the competitive landscape take shape.

Putting connectivity back into the hands of the consumer

At a time when trust has been eroded, a new approach is needed to inform the consumer, deliver the service deserved, and put the power back into their rightful hands.

Four innovative uses for blockchain in retail

From managing the supply chain to improving customer loyalty programs, here are four of the most promising use cases for blockchain in retail.

Google Glass helps Atletico Madrid coach seal another victory

Club coach German Burgos became the first to wear the device and it provided real-time stats whilst the game was being played and it followed a deal signed with Google by the LFP.Read more:

A closer look at just how badly Windows 8.x is failing

We’ve been poring over statistics for desktop OS market share with regard to Windows 8’s adoption, and the clear message is that the magnitude of its failure is staggering.Read more:

HGST发布NVM Express固态硬盘新品 最高容量3.2TB

机械硬盘并不是HGST今早发布的企业级存储产品的全部,因为该公司还发布了支持NVMe协议的PCI Express接口SSD产品线。Ultrastar SN100系列固态硬盘提供了2种封装规格,一种是更传统的2.


在长达数月的猜测之后,Google终于正式揭开了Android 5.0和Nexus新品的面纱。不过大家最好奇的,或许就是新版系统的代号命名了——为何Google为Android 5.0选择了“棒棒糖”(Lollipop)这个名字呢?

AnandTech A8X评测出炉 - GPU竟是GX6850


2014财年苹果零售店业绩4589美元/平方英尺 比2012年下降23%

从 2001 年至今,苹果零售店已经走过了 13 年的发展时光,同时也像 13 岁的人类一样开始展现出一些“青春期综合症”。尽管现在苹果仍然是零 售领域的标杆之一,但是其零售业绩在最近两年已在悄然下滑。

High Fidelity Raises $11M To Build Deployable Virtual Worlds

High Fidelity, the San Francisco-based startup from Second Life founder Philip Rosedale, has raised another $11 million in funding in a round lead by Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital. The funding was noted in a SEC filing that went through today and confirmed by Rosedale. Read More

社交媒体成婚姻雷区 成离婚主要原因





2015年对于索尼来说可谓喜忧参半,喜的是PS4游戏机热销、虚拟现实设备PS VR获得巨大关注,影像传感器、电影娱乐业务的表现也都不错。然而,在智能手机及硬件领域,索尼的影响力持续缩水,即便推出了业界首款4K屏幕手机,也被评论为华而不实,基本上没有形成趋势。那么,索尼应该在2016年做些什么才能改善其在移动领域的颓势呢?

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