Arizona (which seems to be a leading state for whacked-out legislation) might’ve went too far this time around… whereas their latest proposal (essentially allowing for a ‘cryptic-sort of legal discrimination based on one’s religious beliefs’) has raised the ire of some of the biggest High Tech firms with offices therein (threatening that they might move their businesses outright if SB 1062 isn’t vetoed by the Governor by the 28th).
(Source) ZD Net: http://goo.gl/vOYGJX
If successful, Africa’s latest inhabitants (two robotic, traffic cops in Kinshasa) could be a boon for their application in cities across the continent (as well as globally).
(Source) CNN: http://goo.gl/Ja55vU
One of Google’s current projects whereas mobile devices are used to create 3-D constructs of space and motion is an excellent example of the symbiosis between exploration (i.e., education) and potential application (i.e., commercialization) that made Silicon Valley unique.
(Source) Google: http://goo.gl/MQZDVu
Yes, that’s right… just when countless end-users might’ve thought that they had seen-it-all comes the latest and greatest (until otherwise noted) scam to bilk unsuspecting users…
(Source) BBC: http://goo.gl/6XS7DG
Apple & Tesla’s rumored tie-up smacks of two things (at a minimum): a) market-fueled speculation; and, b) Apple’s continued ascension to the status of Microsoft (as a bloated firm that’s now seemingly got their hands in as many pies as possible).
(Source) Business Week: http://goo.gl/bs8uoq
Irrational Games’ (maker of the popular title, ‘BioShock’) announcement that the firm is shuttering their doors could be one of the strongest indications that the Game Console-era is firmly in the decline-phase of the product-life cycle (whereas App Games are obviously on the opposite end of the spectrum).
(Source) GameSpot: http://goo.gl/IUoagK