Monday, March 30, 2020

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TechMatters: Samsung’s Good Vibes app helps deaf-blind people communicate

TechMatters is a semi-regular column exploring the intersection between tech and our lives, why it matters, and how it’s helping to improve our quality...

Next big trend in tech: Smart glasses

Consumer tech giants have tipped off the next big trend in the sector. Smart glasses are the product of the future, promising wearers hands-free...

The problem with ‘cancel’ culture and why it needs to stop

Anyone that’s ventured onto Twitter within the last few months has probably seen at least one instance of someone, or something, being “canceled” in...

Nike’s next CEO comes from the tech world

On January 13, tech executive John Donahoe will assume the reins of the largest sports brand in the world, Nike. Donahoe will replace Mark...

Microsoft Japan four-day workweek trial resulted in 40 percent YoY increase in productivity

Microsoft recently wrapped up a one-month trial in Japan in which the tech giant studied the relationship between work-life balance and employee productivity. Through...

TechMatters: Deaf people can ‘feel’ live music with CuteCircuit’s Sound Shirt

TechMatters is a semi-regular column exploring the intersection between tech and our lives, why it matters, and how it’s helping to improve our quality...

How WeWork went from booming to nearly bankrupt in 2019

At the beginning of 2019, WeWork seemed on its way to becoming one of the most highly-valued startups worldwide. Flash-forward to the end of this...

Are tech implants the next tattoos?

The 21st century has somehow become the era of body modification. Whether it’s tattoos, ear gauges, or even an RFID Tesla key implanted into...

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Gene therapy startup ElevateBio raises $170M in Series B round

As the world looks for new, better ways to treat diseases, it appears that gene-based therapies will play an...
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Report: Smartphone location data being used to track American citizens amid COVID-19 pandemic

Researchers are scrambling to find a way to contain the coronavirus pandemic. In the fight against the virus, time...

What is ‘Zoom-bombing’ and how to stop it

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, employees have turned to videoconferencing software like Zoom to work from home. While Zoom...

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The semiconductor industry’s path to recovery following the coronavirus crisis

Currently, the COVID-19 pandemic is threatening the lives of...

Intel donates over 1 million protective items to fight COVID-19

On March 23, chipmaker Intel announced it would do...
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