Category Archives: Convergence for a Converging World

Test.

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6 Plus…

Although TV watching is declining, kids age 5 to 16 are spending an average of 6 and a half hours per day in front of a screen (i.e., Gaming, Smartphone, Tablet, etc.)  which should come as no surprise is a … Continue reading

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No Slack…

Does Slack now find itself in the midst of a conflict-of-interest in and as far as the firm’s reported hacking amid raising an additional $160 million in VC?

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Lead Foot City Limits.

Ford is reportedly planning to introduce technology that reads posted speed limit signs in turn reducing the vehicle’s speed…

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Males-Only?

With the on-going, high-profile (Silicon Valley) sexism-lawsuits a fair question to ask is: what’s the role of education regarding addressing the overall lack of women drawn to the Tech Industry?

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Now with More ‘Dumb!’

It should not come as any surprise that (as previously stated) America’s Telecommunications Industry is fighting the FCC over the ‘net Neutrality ruling…

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Happy Spring!

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Uber Onward!

Uber has reportedly overtaken NYC’s traditional yellow cabs… a sign of the shared-economy to come?

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Just Drone…

And, you’re done. That’s Amazon’s plan as the FAA approved the firm’s plans to test drones for deliveries.

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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