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Stanford engineers build ant-sized radio to power the Internet of Things

19 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Stanford engineers build ant-sized radio to power the Internet of Things
Experts believe that the tiny object, just a few millimetres across, could make a big impact in the IoT field, by enabling everyday devices to communicate with each other easily.

Startup School with RealVNC part 2: How to build a billion-dollar company

15 Sep 2014  by Ben Chai & Nate Chai
Startup School with RealVNC part 2: How to build a billion-dollar company
In this article we explore and discuss the techniques Andy Harter, CEO and founder of RealVNC, used to build his small startup into a billion dollar SME.

Stephen Hawking is against artificial intelligence because it threatens his position as a thought leader: Do you agree?

13 Sep 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Stephen Hawking is against artificial intelligence because it threatens his position as a thought leader: Do you agree?
A huge fear surrounding the rise of artificial intelligence is that of its effect on employment. As more tasks are able to be carried out by automated systems, people will lose their jobs.

[VIDEO] Harvard and DARPA build fabric-based robotic exoskeleton

12 Sep 2014  by Nathan Chai
[VIDEO] Harvard and DARPA build fabric-based robotic exoskeleton
DARPA has awarded Harvard's Wyss Institute $2.9 million (£1.8 million) to build a fabric-based exoskeleton that will enable soldiers to walk farther, reduce fatigue, and carry heavier loads.

Startup School with RealVNC part 1: The one overlooked success essential

12 Sep 2014  by Ben Chai & Nate Chai
Startup School with RealVNC part 1: The one overlooked success essential
In this article we explore one overlooked secret to running a successful business, developing a killer product and leading a satisfying life.

Watch video of Windows 9 in action [Hint: It looks amazing]

12 Sep 2014  by Wayne Williams
Watch video of Windows 9 in action [Hint: It looks amazing]
Want a proper look at the next version of Windows? WinFuture.de, the website behind the recent batch of leaked screenshots, has recorded a video showing Windows 9 Technical Preview in action.

Google X firm develops vibrating spoon to help Parkinson's sufferers eat

11 Sep 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Google X firm develops vibrating spoon to help Parkinson's sufferers eat
Lift Labs, which was acquired recently by the search engine giant, has created a spoon that counteracts the user's tremors, allowing them to eat more easily.

It's time for modern businesses to embrace artificial intelligence: Here's why (VIDEO)

11 Sep 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
It's time for modern businesses to embrace artificial intelligence: Here's why (VIDEO)
ITProPortal took a seat with Steve Mason, the vice president of mobility for the EMEA region at ClickSoftware, to talk about one of the most controversial topics in technology: AI.

Startup School with Zomato part 3: How to attract and retain talented people

08 Sep 2014  by Jessica Chai
Startup School with Zomato part 3: How to attract and retain talented people
In this guide we lay out multiple techniques and programs you can implement within your organisation to draw high-performance people to your enterprise and ensure that they stay.

Apple’s iPhone 6 phablet will pack a beefy battery

08 Sep 2014  by Darren Allan
Apple’s iPhone 6 phablet will pack a beefy battery
According to the latest leak, a hefty 2,915 mAh affair is on board the 5.5in model of the next-gen iPhone, and should provide plenty of longevity.

How to watch Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 Galaxy Note 4 reveal live

03 Sep 2014  by Darren Allan
How to watch Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 Galaxy Note 4 reveal live
This afternoon, Samsung is set to launch its new phablet, and several other pieces of hardware. Here’s how you can watch the Unpacked 2014 event live.