January 2017 Archive

Dallas Fed Gives The Best Forecast Of What The Trump Economy Will Look Like

One of the least convoluted, most insightful and thus best forecasts of what the first few months of the Trump administration will look like, came ...

The Robin smartphone is no more after Razer acquires Nextbit

Nextbit, maker of the crowdfunded Android smartphone Robin, has been acquired by Razer, the companies said in a statement Monday. Though Razer plans to keep ...

Forget touchscreens, this smartphone concept wants to use holograms

Your future smartphone could be entirely voice activated, displaying your text messages and other info with holograms. At least, that’s the idea behind Alo, a ...

Hackers cause hotel to ditch keycards for old-school keys and locks

Earlier this month, staff at Austria’s four-star Romantik Seehotel Jägerwirt tried to sign into the resort’s computer systems, but couldn’t.  SEE ALSO: 1.5 million gaming ...

Apple is finally fixing one of the Apple Watch's most annoying problems

Most of us know well enough not to check our smartphones in a movie theater, but what do you do when your smart watch lights ...

How virtual experiences induce real-world adrenaline

Brought to you by the All-New Toyota C-HR There are seemingly endless possibilities for the future of virtual reality, from immersive entertainment experiences to films ...

We need startups to build democracy tech

 It’s time to actually make the world a better place. Silicon Valley was birthed from an existential threat to the world. Nazi radar defense technology ...

Trump’s immigration order sends ripples of dismay through UK tech community

 Reactions to President Trump’s executive order placing a three-month ban on entry to the U.S. from seven majority Muslim countries have been rippling out across ...

Instagram Stories is stealing Snapchat’s users

 Good enough and convenient. That’s proved a winning strategy for Instagram’s clone, according to a dozen analytics providers, social media celebrities, and talent managers who ...

Dropbox’s Smart Sync lets users open a file stored only in the cloud like any normal file

 Dropbox today released Smart Sync, its tool that allows users to access files stored online in Dropbox accounts automatically on a desktop without having the ...

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