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Make Room: AI Is Taking Over the Workplace

October 13, 2017

Via: Sofia Allende

I imagine that in a couple of decades, when our children, or our children’s children will be looking up information on the internet (who knows how the internet will look by then) about artificial intelligence it will say something like […]


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Pros and Cons: Wearables in the Workplace

September 5, 2017

Via: Natalie Dunn

While they’re not as big as cellphones yet, wearables devices are steadily establishing their place on the market. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, 125.5 million wearable devices will be shipped in 2017, 20.4% […]


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The Best Free Online Tools. Part 1: Canva

August 12, 2017

Via: Jacob Myers

There isn’t always a good reason to buy software. Whether you’re part of a small-business, or you don’t need that particular tool on a daily basis, most of the times you probably want to hold on to your budget for […]


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Is technology making us tech addicts in denial?

August 4, 2017

Via: James Hughes

It seems like modern society takes for granted that any of its members should own some sort of a device. Not only do we own gadgets, but we have developed very close relationships with them. They function like our external […]


Featured, Mobile, Mobile Apps

Get work done on your smartphone. Docs and Sheets add-ons available

July 28, 2017

Via: Jeremy Corkwell

Time management is an important concern for everyone in the business world. That’s why some of us try to squeeze in work-related activities in timeslots that would normally be wasted – such as commutes, waiting queues, and others. However, only […]


Computing, Featured, Operating Systems

Windows 7 no longer fit for business. Support ends in 3 years

July 17, 2017

Via: Michael Boyd

Microsoft’s German division admitted in a blog post on Monday that Windows 7 is no longer fit for business, even though the operating system is supported until 2020. Is this another attempt to push users on the Windows 10 bandwagon, […]


Featured, Hardware

Scared of driverless cars? You shouldn’t read this

January 12, 2017

Via: James Hughes

The driverless cars have not reached the stage of mass convenience. Not yet, at least. Nevertheless, they remain a hot topic, and there isn’t another week without supplementary information on their performance, regulatory state, technical improvements and so on. Only […]


Featured, Gadgets

Have you seen the SKEYE nanodrones? Use a magnifier…

January 4, 2017

Via: James Hughes

TRNDlabs, located in the Netherlands, is an international brand focusing on innovative products. Their brand hit the market in late 2016 with an impressive line of nanodrones. The online media received the SKEYE nanodrones well. Featuring SKEYE Mini Drone with […]


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Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview 3 Is Out Now. Here’s What’s New

September 30, 2016

Via: Michael Boyd

Google announced the third developer preview of Android Wear 2.0. The big addition? Google Play on Android Wear. Users can now find and install apps directly on the watch, which means developers reach more users than ever before. With Play […]


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VR doesn’t need to be virtual. Intel unveils Project Alloy

August 17, 2016

Via: Michael Boyd

Intel is taking on Oculus, Microsoft and HTC, with Project Alloy, a Virtual Reality headset unveiled on Tuesday. During his opening keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich introduced Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual […]