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According to the watch press, this year’s Baselworld in Switzerland was a graveyard. “The Baselworld show, ended March 30, was grim,” said Joe Thompson in Watchtime Magazine, an enthusiast publication. In short, a once might industry is contracting at an alarming rate. A further harbinger of death is far simpler to understand. Swiss exports have fallen for the third year in… Read More
Tech-savvy fire alarm systems aren't without their share of problems, it seems. Honeywell is recalling its SWIFT wireless gateway after learning that the smoke detectors connected to the gateway (usually found in apartments, hotels and offices) won'…
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Finally, a use for your friend’s impeccable Matthew McConaughey impression. Navigation app Waze last week introduced a voice recorder feature, allowing users to personalize their mobile directions. The update, currently available only for […]
Intel—the brains behind many an autonomous test vehicle—has found a new home for its self-driving technology in Silicon Valley. Unveiled during this week’s Autonomous Driving Workshop in San Jose, the new Advanced Vehicle […]
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In recent months, THQ Nordic (formerly Nordic Games) has released remastered editions of both Darksiders games. It appears that these titles were released in preparation for a brand-new entry. Today, the company has […]
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If you were in town for Star Wars Celebration and spent one of your days at the happiest place on earth wearing Star Wars garb, you may have been stopped and asked to […]
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The U.S., particularly the Appalachian region, still gets a lot of its power from coal. Today, however, the shift from coal to renewables is well under way… even in the heart of coal […]
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Fresh from raising $ 90 million from investors in March, iFlix, a Netflix-like service for emerging markets, has announced its first slate of original content. The Malaysia-headquartered business claims five million registered users across 10 countries — it recently branched out into Africa and the Middle East — for its service which costs around $ 3 per month. Beyond cheaper… Read More
After a lackluster year for enterprise technology venture capital investments, 2017 kicked off with a record breaking quarter for enterprise technology startups. Following 4 straight quarters of decreasing investment, investors poured a record-breaking $ 5 billion dollars into enterprise technology startups in the first quarter of 2017 alone – a nearly 80% increase from the previous… Read More
Brace yourself for some wars of the geometric variety.
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