Google has recently updated its search algorithm

Google has recently updated its search algorithm to place special emphasis on websites that are mobile friendly. In fact, mobile friendly websites should see a boost in search rankings. This is evidence of how essential and important creating a mobile friendly website is for any business that wants their website to continue to be visible and to rank. What is ... Read More »

Technology Is Already Eliminating Driver Jobs — Here’s How To Trade It

Shutterstock Everyone is worried about robots. Elon Musk fears they will kill us all if we give them both deadly weapons and autonomy. He certainly has a point, but the non-lethal scenarios are no picnic either. Robots are already taking over human jobs at a rapid pace. Robots are already taking over human jobs at a rapid pace. Worse, artificial intelligence (AI) systems ... Read More »

The very dirty history of on-demand video technology

It’s the Sony U-Matic in all its analog glory. This device was used in the early 1970s to stream X-rated video to hotel rooms, often using a closed-circuit broadcasting device on the hotel roof. In 1973, a young Roger Ebert reviewed the movie Deep Throat. He was not yet a household name or a Pulitzer Prize winner, but he was a ... Read More »

LG V30 Seen From All Sides in New Leaked Renders

HIGHLIGHTS The LG V30 is set to launch on August 31 The big highlight is tipped to be the dual camera setup The render suggests a bezel-less display as well The LG V30 is set to launch on August 31 at IFA in Berlin, but ahead of that, leaks continue to pour. A fresh leak brings a render photo of the LG V30 smartphone ... Read More »

Qualcomm Unveils ‘First Depth Sensing Camera Technology’ for Android Devices

HIGHLIGHTS Qualcomm has announced three new camera modules in Spectra The ISPs are capable of depth sensing using infrared It is expected to arrive on Android phones next year With the iPhone 8 widely expected to have depth-sensing and infrared camera abilities, it appears that Android users may not have too long to enjoy these features. Qualcomm announced new depth-sensing features that will make ... Read More »

Keeping up with technology

TECHNOLOGY has become an integral part of our lives in the last decade thanks to the booming technology sector’s contribution in the rapid development of new technology. Some lament that the information technology (IT) industry has become oversaturated, but the truth is, technology is constantly growing. According to a report commissioned by Engine Advocacy, a non-profit group advocating for public policies ... Read More »

India team helps IBM create technology to battle hackers

‘The system makes it possible to encrypt every level of a network’ IBM, one of the world’s largest technology companies said that it had achieved a breakthrough in security technology that would allow enterprises from banks to health care companies to retailers to encrypt their customer data at a large scale. The New York-based technology major said its system makes ... Read More »

Trump promotes technology to improve veterans’ health care

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin watches as President Donald Trump talks with a patient during a Veterans Affairs Department “telehealth” event, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) President Donald Trump announced new efforts Thursday to use technology to improve veterans’ health care, saying the programs will greatly expand access, especially for ... Read More »

New technology making it harder to get free drinks at casinos

LAS VEGAS, Nevada– It’s already getting harder to get free drinks while gambling in Las Vegas, thanks to some new technology. That soon could become commonplace, spreading from the strip to local casinos. Arden Progressive Systems & Games wants to implement their new technology in casinos across the country, including here in the Quad Cities. It’s a green light, red ... Read More »

The future of local farming: Balancing technology and nature

SINGAPORE: Imagine a future where all of Singapore’s vegetables are grown in a completely controlled environment, and where every stage of a plant’s growth can be calibrated – from its soil composition to the amount of air and light it gets. Such farm factories are fast becoming a reality indoors, located in warehouses and industrial buildings. Hothousing them in this ... Read More »