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Vietnam's IT Workers Value Passion Over Pay

(Caption: In Ho Chi Minh and other Vietnamese tech hubs, some IT workers are seeking passion over profit. Image via Shutterstock) By Enrick Bui and Will Greene As Vietnam emerges as a global hotspot for offshore IT services, the country's tech workers have more employment opportunities than ever before. Show More Summary

CMO of the Week: Steve Fuller, of L.L. Bean, on Exploring Digital Frontiers

CMO of the Week: Steve Fuller, of L.L. Bean, on Exploring Digital Frontiers March 05, 2015 In late 2014, an unlikely fashion icon emerged: L.L. Bean’s Bean Boot, which are still handmade in Maine and feature a design that hasn’t changed since 1912. Show More Summary

Microsoft is working on a container-based cloud operating system

A recent developer briefing from Microsoft Corp. that found its way into the hands of the trade press this week reveals how Redmond plans to address the rise of containers in the cloud. The software giant is building the emerging … Continue reading ?

A New Injectable Enzyme Can Halt the Bleeding of Wounds

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

In serious emergencies, blood loss can be a rapid and unstoppable cause of death. Now, a team of researchers has developed an injectable enzyme that can stop wounds from bleeding. Could this be bye bye, Band-Aid? Read more...

Designing for technological context

Editor’s note: This is an excerpt by Matt Nish-Lapidus from our recent book Designing for Emerging Technologies, a collection of works by several authors and edited by Jon Follett. This excerpt is included in our curated collection of chapters from …

iPad Pro may boast superior display, USB 3.0 ports, and more

Two bits of news have emerged for anyone excited about Apple’s upcoming 12-inch+ iPad Pro. Sources from the Chinese supply chain suggest that the tablet will come equipped with Oxide LCD display technology, while a separate report from the Wall … Read more ›

Flynx Android browser app works in the background to line up your links

One small screen — so many links. How do you keep them organized? Flynx, an Android app that has just emerged from beta, is a lightweight browser that runs in the background, offering an uninterrupted browsing experience for multitaskers. Show More Summary

Apple’s refreshed 13-inch MacBook Air: Rumored specs emerge for the first time

Apple is supposedly going to refresh its MacBook line soon, both by upgrading the regular 11- and 13-inch models and by releasing a brand-new redesigned 12-inch MacBook Air model that should be slimmer than any previous laptop made by the company. Show More Summary

'You'll Regret This!' SimCity Developer Maxis Is Closing Down

Every March, hundreds of video game developers flock to the Game Developers Conference to announce new games. But on Wednesday, news emerged that one key studio would never make a game again. Maxisthe developer of SimCity, and a studio Im comfortable calling one of the most influential of all timeis closing shop. Show More Summary

I just had the most mind-blowing virtual reality experience ever

Until now, there was only one real name in the emerging world of virtual reality: Oculus, the company Facebook bought last year for $2 billion. But who would've thought that HTC, a company best known for making really nice Android phones, had something better in the works. Show More Summary

Watch 'Tomorrow's World' show off CGI, 1982 style

These days, CGI is everywhere, but in 1982 it was an emergent technology that signalled a new era for movie makers and broadcasters. Always on the cutting edge of technology at the time, popular BBC show Tomorrow's World (we miss you, Phillipa!) docu...

Brocade snaps up another emerging virtualization vendor to strengthen telco business

Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. has acquired a little-known provider of network functions visualization (NFV) software called Connectem Inc. for its mobile traffic orchestration technology. The deal is the latest in a string of moves by Brocade aimed at seizing the … Continue reading ?

MasterCard CEO says this global initiative is our generation's big responsibility

More than 2.5 billion people in the world don't have a bank account, meaning they lack access to loans, insurance, and emergency funds. Ajay Banga, MasterCard's president and CEO, thinks this is a huge injustice. In his eyes, the responsibility...Show More Summary

Affordability report shows why emerging markets need smart internet policies

The Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) has released its latest study into, well, the affordability of internet access. The study shows how big the challenge is on that front in emerging…

New Technology Allows Production Of Solar Cells In Gorgeous Array Of Colors

Perovskite solar cells are one of the fastest emerging alternative energy technologies. Their ability to be processed using traditional graphics arts methods while maintaining high light conversion efficiency makes applications like photovoltaics paints feasible. Show More Summary

Cylindo Raises $1M To Create 3D Furniture Models And Expand In The US

Product visualization startup Cylindo has raised $1 million in new funding. CEO Janus Jagd told me the company emerged from his own struggles moving into a new apartment, where he and his girlfriend wanted to visualize how their living room would look with a bunch of new furniture. Show More Summary

Why the hottest phone company in the world won't sell in the US

Xiaomi, the Chinese startup that makes really nice phones that cost half as much as the iPhone, is growing like crazy in emerging markets like China and India. But, the four-year-old company is not selling its phones in the US and Western countries just yet. Show More Summary

Stratos is yet another smart card that wants to kill credit cards – but this one is real

While we patiently wait for services like Apple Pay to proliferate and eventually eliminate the need for plastic credit and debit cards, a new type of solution has emerged. Dubbed “smart cards,” these devices are capable of storing multiple...Show More Summary

Zuckerberg Goes on Charm Offensive for

3 days agoTechnology : Bits

Mark Zuckerberg outlined why he thinks, a service to provide people in emerging markets with free access to some online applications, would help telecommunications carriers persuade customers to spend more on streaming content to their cellphones.

What you missed in the Smart World: Intelligent roadways, new business models

This week’s Smart World Series features an emerging business model to support the Internet of Things market, smart gadgets for first-time parents and healthier skin, and a flexible sensor for smarter cities, to name just a few recent developments.  . For … Continue reading ?

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