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Lenovo's Phab2Pro is the first Google Tango smartphone By IDG.TV The first smartphone to support Tango, Google's augmented reality technology, is coming later in 2016. At Lenovo World in San Francisco, the company demonstrated the phone and technology. ...Read More »
Lenovo shows off a flexible smartphone By IDG.TV Lenovo has demonstrated the latest prototype of a flexible smartphone and tablet it's working on in its labs. The phone can wrap around a wrist and the tablet fold in half. ...Read More »
PCWorld Show Episode 19: Backpack PCs, Radeon RX 480, Intel Broadwell-E By IDG.TV Jon, Mark and Gordon talk about backpack PCs for VR, AMD's super-cheap GPU, and whether you might have to wait three years for that new iPhone. ...Read More »
Content Insider #466 - Takes Time By Miles Weston I always enjoy Mary Meeker's (KPBC) annual presentation on how, why, when technology change till take place. This year she used the words innovative and innovation quite a bit. If you looked at some of the innovations they were changes, tweeks, polishing of existing stuff that was out there. Why? Because there's a difference between being wowed by an idea and using it every day without thinking about it. Turns out breakthrough innovation takes time. ...Read More »
ADOBE SPARK: Why Benjamin Has No Clothes By Ko Maruyama Adobe just launched the rebranding of their web and mobile apps under the banner of Adobe Spark. Spark Post, Spark Page, and Spark Video help you to tell your story and deliver your story quickly and easily. ...Read More »
Technology: Boosting Productivity for Farmers By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Agbots are the future of agriculture. ...Read More »
Protecting Your Website From Hackers: Seven Critical Elements By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Here are the steps your business needs to take in order to stay one step ahead of hackers. ...Read More »
Blogging: An Essential Business Growth Tool By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Heres how original content will help your bottom line ...Read More »
Deadliest driving season for teenage drivers begins: AAA By DMO Affiliate The AAA Foundation says summer is the deadliest time of year for teens behind the wheel. They report that on average, 10 people die every day during the summer months from accidents blamed on teens. Nearly 60 percent of those accidents involve the driver being distracted from things like cellphones. ...Read More »
'Maya and Marty' Has Star Studded Premiere By DMO Affiliate Tuesday's series premiere of Maya and Mary saw a huge stars joining Maya Rudolph and Martin Short. The show opened with a filmed sketch featuring Tom Hanks, who played an astronaut finding increasingly elaborate ways to spend time away from his wife. While Rudolph and Short introduced the show Steve Martin walked on to simply say, "I still wanted to be on your first show but I'm currently traveling in Europe and cannot attend." Jimmy Fallon joined Kenan Thompson in a Little Big Shots parody. Fallon and Short played annoying kids that had terrible impressions. Kenan played a disapproving Steve Harvey whose sole job was to give a confused look into camera. Larry David endured an interview with Martin Short's character and backhanded compliment machine, Jiminy Glick. Glick said, "You have a wonderful smile. It's like getting an email from my grandparents, all caps." Miley Cyrus performed a duet with Rudolph and returned in a sketch set in the beloved children's book Goodnight Moon. Martin Short read the book to Cyrus only to be interrupted by "Karen," played by Maya Rudolph. Karen stopped the bedtime reading to find a man she met at a bar with whom she wanted to "smash." Fortunately, he was found and Cyrus was able to go to sleep. ...Read More »
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