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Silicon Valley Money Looking At Cannabis For New Excitement

Silicon Valley investors are looking to recapture the old thrill of the era and they see the cannabis industry as the next big thing. The Institutional Capital Cannabis conference hosted by MedMen and IMN in San Jose sold out.

Democratizing Manufacturing: Smart, Collaborative Robots Bring Automation Benefits To All

More than a 250,000 manufacturers in the US are categorized as “small enterprises.” Now, with access to smart, collaborative robots, these companies have ways to overcome labor shortages, improve productivity and expand capacity.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Hands-on Review: A First Look

Samsung has announced the S8 and S8+ and I've had a brief look at both devices, here are my initial thoughts.

Samsung Galaxy S8: The Three Most Important Features Showing The Future Of Mobile

The future of mobile: Slim bezels, AI assistants and phones that morph into PCs.

The 'Destiny 2' Question: PS4 , Xbox or PC?

Destiny 2 will be coming to Xbox One, Xbox Scorpio, PS4, PS4 Pro and probably PC. Players now have a pretty important platform choice on their hands as a result.

I Can't Wait For 'Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap'

The remake of one of my favorite video games lands this April.

Reinventing The Travel Experience To Meet The Needs Of Women

Women -- especially the hardest working -- need to relax. And, like other needs, it is a market niche.

Samsung Galaxy 8 Event: Analyst Quick Take

Can Samsung rebound from the Note7 with a great Galaxy 8?

Samsung Aims To Steal Apple's Business Customers With New Devices And Partnerships

Samsung announced the S8 smartphone and the DeX dock. It plans to take Apple's share of business enterprise customers by delivering features such as docking support, VDI support and better mobile management.

Samsung S8 Copied Google's Pixel Camera And Improved It

Samsung's new Galaxy S8 and S8+ have an excellent new camera and software to help it beat Google's amazing Pixel phone.

Samsung's Galaxy S8 Isn't Just A Phone, It's Also A Desktop PC

Samsung has turned the S8 from a plain old phone into something to replace your computer.

Samsung Galaxy S8 And S8 Plus: Here Are The Facts

Samsung's new Galaxy S8 and S8+ are finally here. After much leaking, here's a roundup of the actual facts.

Here Are Google's Best Tips For Avoiding Android Ransomware

Ransomware infections can destroy your files and lock you out of your Android device. Staying safe isn't hard, though, and you're not fighting the battle alone. Google is always working to improve Android's defenses.

Why Exclusive PS4 Content For 'Destiny 2' Is A Big Mistake

'Destiny 2' should have abandoned anti-gamer PS4 exclusivity deals.

CenturyLinkVoice: Robot Nannies Are Here, But Won't Replace Your Babysitter -- Yet

Would you let a robot care for your child?

Girl Badly Burned By The Viral Homemade Slime Experiment Reveals Hidden Dangers

Middle school girls in Massachusetts and the UK are badly burned performing a homemade demonstration of a polymer. The lessons: 1) Use borax dissolved in water, not the straight powder, 2) wash your hands extensively after handling slime, 3) use more glue than borax, 4) wash your hands, everytime!

One Thousand Years From Now We'll Still Be Burning Coal

Humans have burned coal for three to four thousand years, and they will continue to do so for the next thousand years, unless ...

'Rocket League' Coming To Nintendo Switch Should Not Even Be A Debate

The developer of Rocket League is still unsure about whether the game will make it to Nintendo Switch, and that may not bode well for larger third party releases.

Official Galaxy S8 Specs Confirm This Is The First Snapdragon 835 Phone

We've got the official specs, and this confirms the Galaxy S8 will be the very first Snapdragon 835 device on the market.

Why Doesn't Antimatter Anti-Gravitate?

Every massive particle exerts a gravitational force. So what do antimatter particles do?

You Have To Try The Secret Keyboard In The Google App Update

Google snuck their best keyboard ever into the latest iOS app udpate. Here's how to activate it!

This E-Bike Is A People Magnet

I’ve never used a product of any kind before that has attracted as much curiosity as the Stromer.

This Is How To Save Jobs And Your Business With Data Analytics

The way to make money through analytics isn’t found in using the newest, most complex or most expensive techniques. It’s done by using basics pervasively and consistently.

How To Add Widgets To Your Notification Center On Apple iOS

Learn about Notification Center Widgets in iOS - what they are, how to use them, and how to customize your widgets list!

Add Widgets To Apple iOS Notification Center

The Best Small Tech Companies To Work For In 2017 And Beyond

Here are 11 small sized tech companies that are amazing to work for.

SAPVoice: In The Era Of Artificial Intelligence, STEM Is Not Enough

While a more comprehensive approach to STEM will help our students fill jobs that require 21st century skills, STEM education is not enough.

Apple iOS 10.3: Should You Upgrade?

Apple iOS 10.3 is here with major new features, but should you upgrade?

Four IoT Trends To Keep An Eye On

2017 promises to be a big year for the Internet of Things.

Electric Grid Modernization: We Don't Really Need You, Mr. President

Despite President Trump’s campaign promises to build new infrastructure, his budget proposal would actually cut spending on the grid. Nonetheless, proactive states and utilities are taking steps to achieve a clean, affordable, and reliable power system without White House help.

Singapore: The Dark Horse of Fintech

My recent articles have focused Brexit and European countries and what leaving the European Union means for UK fintech as a whole. However, I’ve always believed that the country that has the most potential to become fintech center of the world is Singapore.

Big Business And The Midwest's Hidden Startup Advantage

Startups here are self-sufficient. Perhaps it’s our agrarian roots or common-sense approach to building businesses, but the dollars and cents make sense.

Using A Continuous Delivery Model To Innovate Faster

B2B companies need to keep pace with Amazon or risk extinction.

How New Era Cap And MLB Created An Opening Day Celebration With #CapsOn

When MLB approached New Era Caps about creating what might best be called a celebration of baseball's most iconic uniform fashion, it created a marketing campaign for Opening Day called Caps On. Here's how it came to be.

Supermassive Black Holes Don't Just Eat Stars - They Make New Ones Too

A group of astronomers using the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope have discovered stars forming in masses of dust and particles spewed out by supermassive black holes at the cores of galaxies.

Text While Driving, Pay...$10,000? Why Draconian Punishments Don't Work

In Alaska, until recently, texting while driving could result in a $10,000 fine and a year in prison for a first offense -- even though research suggests harsh punishments don't stop impaired driving. Why don't more states and courts use strategies that will?

How Apps And AI Technologies Can Improve Communication In The Healthcare Industry

The use of AI and chatbot technologies can improve patient care, increase online visibility and offer 24/7 accessibility to patients.

Adidas Set To Rival Fitbit With Chameleon Heart Rate Fitness Tracker

Adidas' next wearable will team up with the company's new All Day health and fitness app

New York Architects Plan Enormous Skyscraper Hanging From An Asteroid In Space

The quest to cram ever more human beings into ever-decreasing square footage of city real estate continues – with a skyscraper suspended from an asteroid.

How To Stop A Lava Flow

Lava flows can be pesky and deadly things sometimes. Here's how to stop one.

Congress Kills Internet Privacy Protections, Expanding The Market For Your Personal Info

Under the Obama administration, telecommunications companies were not allowed to collect and sell browser history or other data from smart phones. House Republicans voted Tuesday to reversed those regulations, freeing telecoms to sell your personal data at will. Cartoon by Ted Rall.

This Isn't Your Grandma's Rotary Phone! 39 Cartoons On How Technology Changed Literally Everything

Eight Things Developers Need To Stop Doing Immediately

If you're a developer, these are the bad habits you need to break.

8 Major Cyber Attacks Of 2016

The World Wide Web can be a dangerous place and as technology increases it's only getting worse. The truth is most of us have been hacked at one time or another whether we know it or not. We need to start taking steps to protect ourselves.

'Snake Pass' Review: A Slippery, Serpentine Escapade

Sumo Digital trades traditional controls for risky innovation in this scaly 3D platformer.

SpaceX Hopes To Make History Once More With First Flight Of Used Rocket

This is the goal that SpaceX has been working towards since its inception – reusable, affordable space travel. That all begins with making the most expensive part of every launch more efficient – creating rockets that can blast into space, land safely and be refuelled for further journeys.

The Best SpaceX Photos

As Criticism Of 'Electronics Ban' Mounts, Airlines Hone Their Twitter Marketing Skills

Middle East airlines are doing their best to convince passengers of the merits of a print book and their in-flight entertainment offerings, as industry leaders criticise the measures as an ‘unacceptable long-term solution’.

OracleVoice: Microservices Explained: 3 Keys To Better, Faster, Business-Driven Software Development

Software developers can build better software, faster by organizing into small teams, reducing the time involved in defining business requirements, and increasing deployment frequency.

If You Don't Know Much About Cybersecurity, You're Not Alone

The Pew Research Center conducted a survey that presents a grim picture what Americans know about personal cybersecurity. The good news is that you can use the survey along with the information presented here to increase your own online safety.