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Streaming App VRV Wants To Be Netflix For Geeks

VRV, pronounced “verve,” is an a la carte media service targeted at the Comic-Con set.

Tag Heuer's Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatch Launching In May

The original Tag Heuer Connected (Tag Heuer) Tag Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver has confirmed that the Swiss company’s second-generation Android Wear smartwatch will be launching later this year. In an interview with Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Biver said that the 2017 Tag Heuer Connected model will launch in May. Therefore an official [...]

Review: What? Calendar Watch Syncs Your Schedule, Skips The Notifications

Smartwatches are a love it or hate it proposal for many people. The short battery life, cluttered display and non-stop notifications turn off many prospective buyers. What? Watch offers a unique option, with its Calendar Watch. A traditional analog watch that shows your schedule.

How To Tell When Your Company Should Hire A CISO

If you are a small to medium-sized company without dedicated security leadership (yet), you probably are wondering when is the right time to hire your first Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). There are a few benchmarks that can help your company determine if it is ready for this next level [...]

AI That Clinched The Trifecta Gave The Super Bowl To Green Bay--In August

The high-tech hive mind also predicted the Cubs' victory, Trump's 2016 "Person"-hood, and other recent upsets.

African Tech Start-ups Raised $129m In 2016

Tech start-ups in Africa raised $129-million in funding in 2016, which found a 16.8% increase in the number of successfully funded start-ups over 2015, according to a new report.

3 Reasons Scientists Are Confident 2016 Was The Warmest Year On Record

How do climate scientists really know that 2016 was the warmest year on record?

Squeezing Through A Loophole In The Laws Of Physics To Cool A Drum

Physicists at NIST in Boulder have exploited a loophole in the Uncertainty Principle to cool a microscopic membrane to beyond the ordinary limit imposed by quantum physics.

'Overwatch' Is Smartly Planning A Chinese New Year Event, 'Year of the Rooster'

Overwatch continues to be the lynchpin of Blizzard’s line-up, and the company is showing no signs of slowing down in both its support of the game, and its monetization of its audience, now with a new event celebrating the Chinese New Year.

Anarchy Closet: Supply Chain Readiness in a Time of Uncertainty

When I first moved to California in 1990, I was told by Stanford’s campus housing people to keep an earthquake emergency box on hand at all times. Its contents included a radio, flashlights, warm clothes, medical supplies and a few other items. Later in Boston, I stuck with the idea, [...]

Clean Energy Will Thrive In 2017 Because It's Cheap And Companies Want To Buy It

Wind turbines, of the Block Island Wind Farm, the first US offshore wind farm, tower above the water off the shores of Rhode Island. DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images Every January, Michael Liebreich and Angus McCrone, founder and chief editor of Bloomberg New Energy Finance respectively, look into their crystal ball and predict [...]

Can Business Applications Be Immune To Network Failures?

Companies like Uber, Waze and others have demonstrated the ability to detect all kinds of problems on the network and steer around them in a predictable manner. So why can’t enterprises do the same?

After Bai's Big Exit, CAVU Raises New $209M Fund To Back More Beverage Winners

The food and beverage veterans at CAVU Venture Partners struck gold when they bet on Bai, which sold for $1.7 billion. Now after backing 12 companies from their first fund, they're launching a $209 million second fund to do it again...

AI That Clinched The Trifecta Gave The Super Bowl To Green Bay... In August

The high-tech hive mind also predicted the Cubs' victory, Trump's 2016 "Person"-hood, and other recent upsets.

'The Girl On The Train' Ultra HD Blu-ray Review: Flawed Film, Flawed Disc

The Film Although The Girl On The Train tries hard and benefits from both a suitably detached atmosphere and a committed performance from Emily Blunt, it ultimately falls victim of the classic problems associated with trying to make a film from a story built around the inner monologues of flawed characters. In [...]

New Apple Rumor Reveals Mysterious iPhone

Will Apple launch the 'iPhone X' in 2017? This curious name is suggested in the latest reports from the supply chains working on the smartphone hardware for Cupertino. Apple could be ready to drop the '8' from the brand and go with something straight out of a 1950s Science Fiction caper.

Behind The Scenes With 7 Wonders Of Las Vegas Tech

Las Vegas is full of technological marvels. After all, this is a citywhere it's seemingly impossible to be too big or too bright, and an attraction's success often hinges on its ability to turn heads or produce the sense of wonderneeded to earna spot in visitors' Instagram feeds. And whilesomeof [...]

The 5 Biggest Problems With The Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch could be an amazing new console, but some of its features have us worried.

9 Ways Mobile Is Changing: 93 Influencers and Experts Speak

App Annie says we're spending 25% more time on our mobile devices than a year ago. SensorTower agrees, saying we're launching apps 11% more frequently now. But what does the future hold? Even with that growth, and even though my own research at TUNE indicates that smartphone ownersare still installing plenty of [...]

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