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Samsung Electronics published its largest quarterly profit in two years, despite headwinds in the broader smartphone and electronic components markets, as its investments in cutting-edge products such as curved displays and improved process technologies paid off. While Q2 2016 revenues grew by about 5% year over year to 50.94 trillion [...]
Following the interview with Noriyoshi Fujimoto, the producer on Dragon Quest Builders, I recently caught up with the game’s director Kazuya Niinou and discussed on how he went about handling the design for the game.
What a difference a year makes. Up until last year, we had one group debating the merits of ‘X’-as-a-Service: Software, Infrastructure, Platform, Collaboration, Devices, Hats, Cats, etc. and which business model would reign king. While on the other side, Google, Amazon, Microsoft and others were espousing the benefits of both [...]
There is a growing “battle of the chains” in the Ethereum world. Initially, the hard fork executed on July 19th, 2016, appeared to have worked well. The vast majority of the miners switched to the new chain, still known as Ethereum (ETH). But it soon became apparent that there was [...]
At the end of the last console generation, publishers were funding games with development budgets in excess of $100 million. Few of those ever made that back. So with the news that Nintendo and keeping the technical potency of the NX at a sane minimum, it means that developers and gamers can focus on actual gameplay again. However, this will likely annoy publishers.
The largest market for Uber in the world just legalized ridesharing.
This new iPhone app, Polaroid Swing, turns transforms one still photo into motion.
By Neil Strother The Internet of Things (IoT) trend continues to make inroads among companies around the globe, according to new data from telecom giant Vodafone. Its latest survey on the topic finds more than a quarter (28%) of responding companies are already using IoT in their operations, and three quarters [...]
Following the drop in shares after Nintendo re-stated that they didn’t develop Pokémon GO, many people seem to have gotten the wrong end of the stick on how games are actually made. However, in this case it’s worth realizing that without Nintendo there would be no Pokémon GO in the first place.
Here's how you should read the news about a new antibiotic.
If Facebook can keep its stock spigot in check, the world's biggest social network has a real chance of entering 2017 at a valuation that doesn't scare investors.
Murder victim's Samsung is opened with a 2D fingerprint copy created using a cheap printer and specialist ink. Cops now have a reliable way into phones they have otherwise struggled to hack.
This article first appeared as a “think piece” in the IDEAS Center (Geneva) series on “The Future of the WTO and the WTO of the Future” and is reproduced here with their permission. Make America Great Again - eg, withdraw from the WTO The front-page story in the 25 July Financial Times [...]
Does Elon Musk's latest Tesla blog post mean that Tesla is positioning itself as an Uber competitor? This question was originally answered on Quora by Jeremy Arnold.
The 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro are destined be memorable, but it’s almost certain to be for the wrong reasons. Cartoon
Why does Star Trek have a huge following? This question was originally answered on Quora by Robert Frost.
Are 'Pokémon GO' and other addictive games impacting workplace productivity? Here's how to manage it.
The Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn long ago shed its industrial roots for glistening glass towers and an endless stream of high rent-related jokes. So when looking at the new Apple Store, which is scheduled to open in the area...Show More Summary
With nearby tracking broken, there's a website that will tell you exactly where all the Pokemon in your area are at any time. But is it cheating?
Despite the thought that protectionism will restore manufacturing jobs to America for the middle class, the modern day economy has been moving away from middle-class jobs for unskilled but reliable workers. Instead, bringing uniquely human traits and talents to the manufacturing and supply chain industry is the key for job growth.