The world’s highest-resolution Holographic display
The Looking Glass Factory has created what it calls the world's largest and highest-resolution holographic display. We visited its headquarters in Brooklyn, New York to take a look at its 8K immersive display and learn about how it works -- and what it could mean for the future of holographic video.
Covid scammers are taking advantage of Big Tech Platforms
Covid scammers are taking advantage of Big Tech Platforms Ap Brad Garlinghouse, Ripple chief executive officer, discusses a lawsuit his company has brought
Mobile Payments are a way to Avoid Handling Cash
Mar.16 -- Jim McKelvey, Square co-founder, discusses public anxiety about handling cash during the coronavirus crisis, and a general move toward a cashless society. He speaks on
Disrupting the Private Jet Industry with Blockchain Technology
In this video recorded at the Headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada for Jet Token, Inc. I speak with Mike Winston, Chairman of Jet Token. Jet Token is a company that uses blockchain technology to deliver a more efficient way for people to book private jets.
How Robot Writers could change the Internet
Language models like GPT-2, Grover, and CTRL create text passages that seem written by someone fluent in the language, but not in the truth. That AI field, Natural Language Processing (NLP), didn't exactly set out to create a fake news machine. Rather, it's the byproduct of a line of research into massive pretrained language models: Machine learning programs that store vast statistical maps of how we use our language. So far, the technology's creative uses seem to outnumber its malicious…
Connect: What is MIOTY Technology?
MIOTY technology is the new LPWAN standard for massive IoT deployment. Join Edvard Pettersen, applications engineer from our TI Oslo office, as he explains the new standard and how TI has been involved in the creation of the MIOTY Alliance.
3D Printing & 3D Electronics: The Next Step for Digital Manufacturing
3D Printing & 3D Electronics: The Next Step for Digital Manufacturing #technology #innovation #business #tech #technews 3dprinting
How Blockchain & AI are leading the way to 4th Industrial Revolution?
To an average user, artificial intelligence (AI) is something more of a Scifi or science fiction thing, but it is already deeply embedded in the basic processes people have become accustomed to. For example spam filters, ride sharing apps, facial recognition etc. are all possible today because of AI.
Why Samsung and Motorola are bringing back Foldable Phones
Folding phones are back. Samsung has the infamous Galaxy Fold and new Galaxy Z Flip, Motorola has its retro Razr, and there are plenty of other phones on the market. But what is so great about folding phones that these companies feel the need to bring back this form factor? CNBC's Todd Haselton, YouTuber Zack Nelson and analyst Patrick Moorhead weigh in on this new take on a classic design.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Review
Samsung has another folding phone, and this time it's the Galaxy Z Flip. Dieter Bohn reviews the screen, the hinge, and the cameras. It may not be worth $1380, but you can see that we're getting close to folding screens becoming "normal."
Playing Halo on iPhone and iPad with Project xCloud!
Project xCloud from Microsoft is bringing more than 50 Xbox titles to iPhone and iPad. We checked it out using our Xbox controller on our iPhone 11 Pro Max and played Halo.
What BlackBerry's Android Phone could mean for its Hardware Business | Technology in Business Today
As BlackBerry announces another disappointing quarter, the company is pinning some of its hopes on a future Android phone. | Technology in Business Today
Mobile Technology may not always be the Answer | Technology in Business Today
As the world plods onto bigger, greener and higher tech pastures, one would assume that every industry would go right along with it. The public release of the Internet heralded the downfall of some, such as video rental stores and travel agencies. | Technology in Business Today
The Future of Mobile - infographic
The graphic indicates the number of UK smartphone owners continues to grow rapidly with 96% of the population expected to own a smartphone by 2017. Globally, the number of internet users will hit over 3 billion by 2016 suggesting smartphone users will make 80% more internet connections by 2025.