Why the world’s first smart highway will most likely be in China

28/01/19 06:55 PM By Nico - Comment(s)

China’s fast-paced growth has resulted in it being one of the most extremely flexible nations in terms of technological integration into existing infrastructure. With its relatively newer institutions and organizations, China can easily adapt existing infrastructure around current and potentially fu...

Whose robot is this and where did all the employees go?

28/01/19 06:46 PM By Nico - Comment(s)

Sometimes it feels like the employees are disappearing from stores. Amazon has started rolling out cashier-less stores that use cameras and other high-tech sensors to track what shoppers take. Walmart now has “pick-up towers” that act as in-store vending machines for online orders. Tech has started ...

What Is Cloud Testing Anyway?

11/12/18 02:07 PM By Nico - Comment(s)

The industry is indeed talking more openly and volubly about cloud testing now. The cloud may always be virtual, but you can still test in it, of it and for it.


By now, most of us have gotten used to the idea of cloud computing. When a technology starts to feature in consumer advertisements without e...

Can Automation Fuel Your Small Firm’s Next Growth Wave?

11/12/18 01:43 PM By Nico - Comment(s)

For many people, robots mean big business. When the word “automation” starts getting thrown around in the media or in conversation, it's usually associated with massive robotic arms slinging heavy workpieces on factory floors or industrial software systems controlling some large-scale operation.


Impl...

Why you need a supercomputer to build a house

11/12/18 11:59 AM By Nico - Comment(s)

A new generation of startups is fighting against the over-regulation of housing


When the hell did building a house become so complicated?

 

Don’t let the folks on HGTV fool you. The process of building a home nowadays is incredibly painful. Just applying for the necessary permits can be a soul-cru...

Five Key Roles of Technology in the Modern Workplace

04/12/18 02:48 PM By Nico - Comment(s)

It is crucial, to understand how essential these key roles of technology are to use it to our advantage to have a successful business.


Technology has played an essential role in our personal lives. With almost everyone invested in getting the latest tech and models of phone and automation, it has cha...

Pocophone F1 Review

13/11/18 11:18 AM By Tin - Comment(s)

After its unveiling in India, France, Indonesia, and Hong Kong, Pocophone — the new smartphone brand under Xiaomi — has finally launched the Pocophone F1 (aka POCO F1) in the Philippines. It comes with flagship specs such as Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and 6GB RAM but priced starting at just PHP 17,990....

Spinning the light: The world's smallest optical gyroscope

13/11/18 11:01 AM By Tin - Comment(s)

The new optical gyroscope -- shown here with grains of rice -- is 500 times smaller than the current state-of-the-art device. Gyroscopes are devices that help vehicles, drones, and wearable and handheld electronic devices know their orientation in three-dimensional space. They are commonplace i...

Scientists Discover Lost Continents Beneath Antarctica Using Old Satellite Data

13/11/18 10:56 AM By Nico - Comment(s)

Sometimes you don't need to launch a new satellite or conduct a new experiment to make a new discovery—in the case of Ganymede and the Galileo satellite or the recent study on quantum bacteria, all the data was already there, waiting to be discovered. Now, scientists have sorted through old data fro...

Apple finds quality problems in some iPhone X and MacBook models

13/11/18 10:51 AM By Tin - Comment(s)

Apple Inc said on Friday it had found some issues affecting some of its iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook Pro products and said the company would fix them free of charge. The repair offers are the latest in a string of product quality problems over the past year even as Apple has raised prices for m...

The biggest announcements of Microsoft’s XO18 event

13/11/18 10:46 AM By Nico - Comment(s)

MANILA, Philippines - Microsoft dropped some major announcements on Saturday, November 10, when it kicked off its Xbox fan event, XO18, in Mexico City.


Crackdown 3

After a number of delays, the highly-anticipated third installment to the Crackdown series finally got a release date. Microsoft revealed ...

The Impact of Millennials on Utilities

06/11/18 11:31 AM By Nico - Comment(s)

Nowadays, the rising demand for new technology is considered a threat to the traditional business models of utilities, and most of it comes from a generation that is slowly making its way to the economic system of consumers, the millennials. 

Millennials (Generation Y), are considered to be the ...

Digital Transformation: A Forefront in Business

23/10/18 11:53 AM By Nico - Comment(s)

Companies, whether small-scale startups or well-established empires are highly investing towards a set of goals for the growth of their business. Countless employees, marketing and sales teams, and an immense number of business deals are set out to help keep the ball rolling.

 

But times are cha...

Audi's electric SUV faces four-week delay because of software bug

22/10/18 05:28 PM By Nico - Comment(s)
FRANKFURT/SEOUL (Reuters) - Audi’s first electric sport utility vehicle (SUV) will hit showrooms four weeks later than planned because of a software development issue, a spokesman for the German luxury car brand said on Sunday.


The spokesman said Audi’s e-tron midsize SUV faced delay because the carm...

‘Lots more work to do’: Grab's Singapore head admits need to up transport game, rebuild ties

22/10/18 05:25 PM By Nico - Comment(s)
Mr Lim Kell Jay says the ride-hailing service provider “wants to look forward” after CCCS fined it and Uber over their messy merger, and is introducing new features from user feedback to repair damaged public sentiment.


SINGAPORE: “There’s lots more work to do” in the area of transportation, said Mr ...
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