Native Instruments is one of the pioneers in the virtual instrumentation market. Back in the 90's, you needed a bunch of physical instruments chained together with a MIDI processor to get all the sounds you wanted.
Soon the U.S. Congress will reconvene to consider the Protect IP Act and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Mythbuster and PM contributing editor Adam Savage says that if these sweeping pieces of legislation pass it could destroy the internet as we know it.
By now, you’ve probably heard a little about the latest report from HRxAnalysts. The 2012 Index of Social Technology in HR and Recruiting is a comprehensive look at the new technologies that are entering the organization in the 21st Century. While they are generally lumped together under the rubric of social media, a lot more is happening.
The report documents the 16 different kinds of social technology and their ultimate place in the various HR Silos. While the organizational focus seems to be on the control of these grassroots technologies, what’s really happening is pretty interesting. There is very little that is actually social about social technologies.
When it comes to programs that nurture new start-ups, women often don’t make the cut. A new 'start-up accelerator' hopes to combat that gender disparity in at least one booming market: mobile technology.
I don’t think it is much of a secret that Mozilla (the company behind Firefox) depends on Google to a very large degree for its own existance.Google pays Mozilla a big (yet, undisclosed) sum of money to keep Google as the default search engine in...
Rogers is reportedly changing the handset DOA (defective on arrival) policy from 30 days to 15 days effective February 1st, 2012. The new change will match with the company’s buyer’s remorse policy which is also 15 days. Nice to see the competition in Canada's cellular service space is creating such competitive leaps forward... er, back.
More and more people are using electronic signatures in the corporate sector for secure transfer of legal documents since it is a much better alternative to sending your documents via courier or air mail, especially if you have offices or clients...
From Apple's voice-activated assistant to Microsoft's gesture-based input device to IBM's computer that beat Jeopardy champs, it's clear that the capabilities of technology are moving beyond our human abilities.