As my followers on this blog know, I’ve been spending an increasing amount of my time these days writing about diversity in tech. For most stories, I follow a narrow definition of diversity, focused mostly on stories about gender, ethnicity, and age.
This week’s Apple Loop covers Apple's success in the smartphone sales table, replacing AT&T in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Android Wear on iOS, a potential MacBook Air announcement, doubling the memory in the next iPhone, iPad Pro delays,...
Apple is the most valuable global brand of 2015, according to report from Brand Finance. The U.S. brand behind the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is worth a record $128 billion. South Korea-based Samsung retained its No.
Originalmente publicado en Julian Stodd's Learning Blog: The Social Age sees us connecting, sharing, working and leading in online spaces. But it’s a mistake to think that the real change is in the technology.
An international team of researchers from Indiana University and Switzerland is using data mapping methods created to track the spread of information on social networks to trace its dissemination across a surprisingly different system: the human...
Animals Using Technology - Pets bring so much joy to humans. Whether you’re a dog person, a cat person, or a hamster person
Evelyn Izquierdo's insight:
12 Inspirational Stories of Animals Using Technology
Pets bring so much joy to humans. Whether you’re a dog person, a cat person, or a hamster person, there is nothing better than taking time out of a hectic schedule to relax with our your furry friends. Given how much happiness animals bring to us, it’s fantastic that modern science and technology now allows us to give so much back to them – especially in the areas of protection, well-being, and health.
According to a new study, the younger demographic spend more time watching YouTube and other online video outlets than TV because 'they find it more enjoyable and relevant to their lives.' The post Millenials watch more YouTube than TV, study says...
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