Posts filed under “Technology”
OrCam camera device is one of Israel’s Top 10 advances in vision. Hebrew University Prof. Amnon Shashua created this device that attaches to eyeglasses and is wired to a portable computer in the wearer’s pocket. Using bone conduction technology, it “speaks” text (menus, street signs, grocery labels, newspapers) as well as bus numbers and other objects that the user points to. It can even recognize faces and monitor traffic lights.
On “60 Minutes” last night, author Michael Lewis made a bland assertion: High-frequency traders, he said, working with U.S. stock exchanges and big banks, have rigged the markets in their own favor. The only surprising thing about Lewis’s assertion was that anyone could be even remotely surprised by it. The math on trading is simple:…Read More
It’s a game with more than 500 levels that pulls your emotional triggers. It seduces, provides instant satisfaction, frustrates, amuses and knows how to get you to keep on playing. 32 percent of players say they have ignored family and friends and even left children stranded at school while engaging with those blinking jelly beans. We look at why are so many people are hooked on Candy Crush.
A star is born:
Source: Bloomberg, March 26 2014
Fall from recent highs Source: RWM Some of the most prominent names in technology are getting shellacked today. These companies got way ahead of themselves and now they are, well, to be polite, let’s just call it “retrenching,” as they give up a large percentage of their gains. I don’t think that Twitter Inc.,…Read More
How to be more innovative? Some advice from the experts on how to design your personal innovation roadmap — in three steps. How to Be An Innovator: Your Personal Roadmap from Sidneyeve Matrix Slides from a keynote presentation prepared for Queen’s School of Business Innovation Summit, 2014.
BuzzFeed has become the hottest name in media thanks in large part to the strategic leadership of President and COO Jon Steinberg. On March 12, Steinberg joins the Paley Media Council in New York for a breakfast conversation to share his insights on viral content, native advertising, and his plans for growth in 2014.
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