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Are The Division's Big New Nerfs As Bad As Players Claim?

The Division is about to nerf some of its most popular builds, but fans believe the wrong items are being altered, and other, more pressing problems are currently ruining the metagame.

PlugShare CEO: Tesla's Purchase Of SolarCity A "Smart Move"

Tesla, PlugShare, Sungevity, ev, carshare, solar, smart grid, energy, batteries, electric cars

When Sharks Attack Cancer -- And More Science That's Not On 'Shark Week'

The annual week-long parade of flesh-tearing, fear-inducing sharks is about to start on the Discovery Channel. Here's what you won't learn during "Shark Week" about how these fish are our allies in the fight against human diseases.

Global Coalition Of 7100 Cities Launched To Boost The Fight Against Climate Change

The announcement passed almost unnoticed when it was made two days ago, but this now seems to be changing as the media and the public start to understand the importance of the initiative. On June 22nd, six months after the Paris Climate Agreement, two of the leading coalitions against climate change [...]

What Brexit Will Mean For International Data Sharing

Post-Brexit, the UK will still have to abide by European data laws if it doesn't want trade to dry up.

Could A United Kingdom Exit From The EU Affect Weather Forecasts?

The news of the#BrExit vote has literally rocked the world,but the first thing that came to mind for me is how will it affect global weather forecasting. Let me start off by saying that I have no idea. I have no insight on how this vote affects the weather communitybut [...]

U.K. Tech Startups Stunned By Brexit Vote

‘It’s just a very depressing day,’ says founder, worried about attracting engineers from overseas. Others say it could make their companies appear less European, more international.

SAPVoice: Believe the Hype: Blockchain Is the Next Frontier for Banking

By Nadine Hoffmann, Global Head of Payments, SAP SE and Raimund Gross, Innovation Manager & Futurist, SAP When bitcoin was released in 2009, it fundamentally changed the way that people think about money and financial transactions. And while bitcoin never became as universal as it hoped to be, the system behind [...]

How Brands Can Put IoT Insights To Work For Them

The growth of the Internet of Things means more data -- and more potential risk for consumers.

Is Cause & Effect Limited By The Speed Of Light?

How fast can a cause make an effect? Is there a speed limit? How much of the universe can you influence with any given action?

Malwarebytes Puts NASCAR Team Back In The Driver's Seat After A Ransomware Attack

Ransomware has emerged as a serious and potentially devastating cybersecurity threat for individuals and businesses of all sizes. Learn more about what it is, how it can attack you, and how you can protect yourself.

Video Entertainment: A Surprising New Revenue Stream For Car-Sharing Services

A Silicon Valley startup called Kiora has come up with a solution for providing Internet video entertainment as an option to car-sharing service passengers in Asia.

'Overcooked' Is A Culinary Communication Challenge Like No Other

Overcooked is described as a chaotic couch co-op cooking game for one to four players. Playing the game recently with the developer it was evidently much more than this.

Intel Furthers Its IoT Vision With Aquisition

Inteltook one big step further away from its past late last month with theacquisitionof a Russian software company that helps computers see. Surely you remember Intel. It is still the largest U.S. semiconductor maker, but has curiously faded from prominence. It was once at the top of the heap, riding the [...]

Driverless Cars Should Kill Passengers To Save Lives - But Then People Won't Buy Them

People want driverless cars to act for the greater good in traffic collisions – but they don’t want to be in the cars when they do.

Africa's Future Challenge Is For Power To Fuel Its Data Revolution

Much has been made of the mobile revolution in Africa, not least the success of mobile money platforms, which have forced Western banks to transform their digital offerings to customers. While mobile has changed the perception of Africa as a benighted continent to that of an enlightened and innovative one, there [...]

Radiation Poses Little Risk To The World

The Health Physics Society, the scientific society that includes radiation protection scientists, recently put out a revised position statement on Radiation Risk In Perspective. In it, they advise against estimating health risks to people...Show More Summary

Microsoft Launches Tap-To-Pay for Windows Phone

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 06: Terry Myerson, executive vice president of operating systems at Microsoft, speaks at a media event for new Microsoft products on October 6, 2015 in New York City. Microsoft unveiled a virtual reality head set titled the HoloLens, a tablet titled the Surface Pro 4, [...]

Small Startups Target Big Data Leaving Enterprises Wanting More

Big Data, Big Data, Big Data. Know any trendier term? I don't. As the digital age progresses and more information becomes accessible, it is only natural that new methods of accessing, analyzing and understanding this data will need to be developed. Enterprises are constantly seeking new ways to improve efficiency and [...]

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