Innovation

Day 768k: Understand the failure that can leave several people without Internet

Day 768k is a time to happen in May 2019 when thousands of people may be left without Internet access. This is because, in 2014, a Verizon operation, a US phone company, resulted in a global Internet flaw. The problem, known as 512k, happened when the operator realized the inclusion of several new a

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Samsung shows its new "millenial" TV that plays content vertically

Samsung has been innovating in its division for TVs in recent years, including the modular The Wall and the model that simulates painting screen when off. South Korea now has a concept with a vertical display, targeting millennial consumers - because the younger audience is the one who was born watc

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Apple shows interest in buying sensors for autonomous vehicles

The arrival of accessible autonomous cars does not seem far, but for now we only follow the movements of the big companies in that sense. While this system already exists in Tesla models, the popularization of technology may be as revolutionary as the emergence of smartphones. As the solution does

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Tech Gadgets That Are Worth the Hype

Looking for affordable or not so affordable accessories to buy and not sure about what to buy? We’ve compiled a list of hot, new gadgets that you’ll be happy to own this year. Here are some gadgets worth a look. Alexa-enabled Car Charger The Roav VIVA may look like a normal car phone

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Microsoft releases Windows Virtual Desktop preview

Starting this week, Microsoft will allow some corporate Windows 10 users to access the Windows Virtual Desktop service hosted on the Azure cloud. The news was announced by the company last September during the Ignite conference, and is now available as a preview to a group of customers. The service

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5 terms to decipher the world of technology in 2019

A group of five experts from Uninter International University Center have developed a kind of technological glossary detailing the meaning of different terms that are on the rise in the technology market in 2019. For this, each expert chose a word to explain its meaning in a simple way, including t

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Want to invest in business innovation?

Innovation has become common sense, a kind of oasis or holy grail of the corporate world. Every company (and every manager) is in search of some insight that will revolutionize the way the business operates and open doors to a new level of results. The problem is that, in the midst of this frenzy, t

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Robotization projects fail due to lack of adequate management

The benefits of automating processes with robots (or RPA in technology jargon) include transferring repetitive human-made activities to programmed software is a process that can bring benefits in terms of productivity and cost savings. Despite these advantages, implementing, operating and controlli

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"Deep Learning may need new programming," says Facebook's chief of AI

The Python programming language may be in contact days. Well, at least that's what Facebook's director of artificial intelligence research Yann LeCun thinks. For him, deep learning may need a new programming language that is more flexible and easier to work with, even though many of the researchers

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Gamification: the joke that is serious

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the forecast for the growth in demand for global electricity by 2040 should be higher than 25%. This increasing dependence on society for electric energy has given even more emphasis to the need to preserve our natural resources. One of the initiat

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CES 2019 shows that AI and 5G will transform the future

The last week was marked by the CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the world's premier technology event. The four days were attended by 4,500 exhibitors, who presented the latest technological innovations for about 180 thousand people. From global brands to visionary startups, companies leave the worl

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IBM launches first quantum computing system for commercial use

IBM announced the IBM Q System One, the world's first integrated universal quantum computing system designed for scientific and commercial use, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, . Still, Big Blue presented its plans to open its first IBM Q Quantum Computation Center for commercia

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This is the reason of the dispute between Qualcomm and Apple, according to CTO of the manufacturer of chips

Qualcomm may not really want to work with Apple anymore. The company's CTO, James Thompson, testified on Friday to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which regulates business in the United States, and said that Qualcomm would have more time to work on its products were it not for requirements of Ap

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What characterizes the most dynamic companies in China

Considering its long period of growth and the qualitative advance of Chinese production, the world should look at companies that are able to excel in this extremely dynamic environment. An Accenture study proposes a method and reached an elite of 7% of Chinese companies - these organizations have ac

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10 smartphones to keep an eye on 2019

Looking back to 2018 in terms of smartphones, it is possible to consider it a great year in this regard, especially with regard to megapixels and how the cameras have become powerful, while low-cost models have started to bring more specifications cool, have won the public that dispenses its device

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