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Mobile use is skyrocketing, and anyone not on board is soon going to be left behind, if they haven’t been already.  Mobile users are demanding content that can be viewed, searched, and navigated easily on their electronic devices, which means making some changes to keep and grow the users you want.  

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Youtube has already changed how we communicate.  Their vision has always been to revolutionize the video/online medium, and to transform all users into active participants in the television culture. But already being the the household name for online videos, how can they continue to strive for their mission statement? Well, let us tell you, they are about to blow your minds!

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When you think of live online videos, most would automatically think of YouTube. After all, YouTube changed the way we communicate online and created a multitude of famous social media stars, known as YouTubers. But with competitors closing in, this may all change, the battle over social media’s live video options is in full battle!

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Drones are a relatively new product, consumers only recently have been allowed to purchase them for video, pictures and recreational activities. So the idea of a flying drone taxi can seem pretty farfetched.  But, the idea was given a new serious traction when Ehang’s 184 taxi drone landed at this year’s global Consumer Electronics and Technology tradeshow, the CES 2016, in Nevada.  Recently the company won governmental approval to test their vehicle in the Nevada airspace, so this may soon become as popular as services like Uber or traditional taxi, rather than commercial flight.

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When most people think of flying cars they either think of science fiction that our technology is not ready for, or the failed Amphibious cars of the past (you know, the cars that could also be boats, but they never seemed to be good at being either!) But Larry Page, co founder of Google, believes differently.  Currently Page is working with two Silicon Valley startups to develop a flying car!

 

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Apple finally responds to Fitbit’s CEO, James Park’s statements, about the Apple watch being “a great device, but probably does too much”.  These concerns mirrored reports that the previous Apple watches were Apple’s way to stay competitive in the new wearable technology category, but were really just another of the iPhones accessories rather than its own device. Instead of a convenience it seemed to be too complicated for many of their consumers to navigate.

 

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This month at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, also known as the WWDC 2016, Apple introduced their ‘biggest-ever’ release of their iOS mobile operating system.  The iOS 10, which is coming this fall, was called by CEO Tim Cook “gigantic” and “the mother of all releases.”

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KnuEdge is a company created by Daniel Goldin, the former head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which is working to develop breakthrough technologies in voice biometrics and neural computing.  Backed by $100 million in private funding, and just recently coming out of ‘stealth mode’, KnuEdge launched two new products.  One is a neural chip that will make data centers more efficient in a hyperscale age, called Knupath.  And, the other is a military grade voice recognition/authentication technology that can operate in noisy, real-world environments, called KnuVerse.

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With globalization of information, communication, and just about everything else; you get to a point where anyone might feel like they need a personal translator next to them at one time or another.  Google, being the global giant of information and communication it is, realized this is essential and has made some monumental changes!  

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Remember the days when passing notes were frowned upon in school? You would think cell phones would similarly be banned as well, but, for many schools, teachers are using them to their advantage within the classroom!  Can cell phones truly be used as a cheaper alternative to bringing in the latest technology to classrooms, and using them within the learning process? What will that mean for students and teachers? And, what does that mean for you, the cell phone retailers of the world?

 

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