I can't imagine working with my siblings would be easy: you don't know my siblings. In a professional capacity, I've co-operated and collaborated with them a couple of times, but to work with them? Everyday? Rewarding and easy in some ways, yes; the understanding, the knowing - of how social and cultural experiences will be useful here, or a hinderance there - but I think I'd find it difficult - difficult to start, and difficult to quit.
It's only a couple of days to Apple's September 9th announcement but Dermot Daly & Andy O'Donoghue review last week at IFA with Samsung's VR and Note 4 announcements, the iCloud Hack and Victim Blame, and it's time for a discussion on who does the vacuuming, with Dyson's stunning step into the Internet of Things, the Dyson 360 Eye.
So summer is officially over and it's a new season of the Redcert Podcast: did you unplug for the summer? Dermot Daly and Andy O'Donoghue discuss getting your 'Digital Detox' on the Brecon Beacons with UK company Unplugged Weekend, Apple's iTime patent, Wearable Experiments's Alert Shirt for Aussie Rules fans, parachute journalism in technology, the Skully AR helmet and that's for starters.
The day I got my Roomba 400 series years ago I have been wondering why Dyson hadn't done this? I wasn't just wondering, I wished Dyson would do it. The uphill running water was great, but James, please get back to the robot work. And he did. Sixteen years is how long Britian's greatest living inventor says he's been working on a Dyson Robotic Vacuum cleaner. 100,000 hours of work; sweat and tears also I imagine, but as ever with Dyson within the R&D, the hard work, test, failure and re-test lay the spark of innovation that makes Dyson different. Sixteen years. It appears, it was worth the wait.
[su_slider source="media: 12576,12575,12573,12572,12571,12570,12569" link="lightbox" title="no"] As part of the Window Project, Gazelli Art House will present the commissioned photographic works by National Portrait Gallery Curator’s Choice, artist James Ostrer, from the 30th July 2014. The images, referencing icons of contemporary sugar worship, Ostrer’s imagined result of a corrupted globalization and increasingly dangerous methods of food […]
Yesterday AOL appointed Susan Lyne to lead The BBG Fund, a VC fund that will focus on early stage investments in women-led, consumer focussed internet start-ups. The fund will make seed and Series A investments, with a focus on multi-platform media, services and commerce. This isn't AOL's first foray into female focussed internet projects: MAKERS, Thrive, Global Motherhood and the Cambio/Girls Who Code program all launched within AOL. This initiative sees AOL investing in women as builders, part of a broader initiative to bring more women and girls into tech.
OneSimCard, a leading global provider of low cost international mobile roaming services for businesses and leisure travelers, announced that the new OneSimCard Data & Roam is now available for purchase on the OneSimCard website and through retail channels. The OneSimCard Data & Roam provides internet data connectivity in over 160 countries worldwide at very low […]
“Jumping on the .HOST bandwagon was a logical choice for Media Temple and we are pleased to have a domain extension that specifically serves our industry,” said Jacob Shin, VP of Marketing at Media Temple, a premium web hosting subsidiary of GoDaddy, and one of the first companies to sign on to what has shaped into an elite roster.