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.
Around the world today, children are likely leaping with joy as they formulate the pitch to their parents on why they should get a new gaming console for Christmas. Research by Andrew Przybylski, published in the journal Pediatrics following analysis of gaming habit surveys of 5,000 UK children aged between 10 and 15, indicates that a small amount of daily game play, less than an hour, can have a small but positive impact on the development of children.
As my best friend and I were preparing for a recent trip overseas, he warned me that security on our airline was significantly tighter than I was accustomed to via the TSA. I waved off this warning nonchalantly. I mean honestly, I’m a friendly and open small-town girl with barely a traffic ticket on my record. How bad could it be? I was soon to find out. It was, to say the least, a rude awakening, and a lesson that was a long time coming.
Since my return I’ve been asked a lot of questions about my trip, but two in particular keep recurring: did I feel safe there, and what was the best part of my trip. Both questions I can easily answer. Despite the newly-inflamed tensions growing in the country, I never felt as though I were in danger. I felt as safe there as I do in my own city.
My doctor, as it turns out, is a Republican. And not just any Republican. He is, it appears, one of the GOP’s go-to guys in their war against the Affordable Care Act. He has testified before Congress, written several op-eds for prominent conservative publications and blogs, and is a frequent guest on right-wing radio. This guy is no lightweight. I felt a sinking feeling in my gut, and the more I read, the worse that feeling became.
Tulix develops streaming applications for all major OTT platforms, including Android, Google TV, Roku, and iOS. The Amazon Fire TV was released in April of 2014 and has been selling beyond expectations. Amazon recently announced that the new Fire TV Stick is Amazon’s “fastest-selling device ever.”Read More
Microsoft Corp. will publish fiscal year 2015 second-quarter financial results after the close of the market on Monday, January 26, 2015 on the Microsoft Investor Relations website at http://www.microsoft.com/investor. A live webcast of the earnings conference call will be made available at 2:30 p.m. Pacific Time on the Microsoft Investor Relations website at http://www.microsoft.com/investor.Read More
Swedish based file-sharing site The Pirate Bay (#TPB : #PirateBay) which was raided yesterday stopped operating for a short time, but despite continuing coverage of the closure, the Pirate Bay is back online, with some outlets claiming it has moved to Costa Rica. In fact the torrent sharing web-site, created as a platform of protest and recently disowned by one of its founders has moved, but closer to home than Central America.Read More