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5 Things Never Heard at the Most Innovative Companies

5 Things Never Heard at the Most Innovative Companies | Technology | Scoop.it
Where do innovative ideas come from, how do they rise to get noticed, and then how are they brought to market faster than anyone else? Some of the companies we’ve historically associated with innovation, because of their brand name, are not immune to losing their edge.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, March 24, 2014 9:29 PM

Too true: (1) "Can we do that?" (2) Conversely to the #1 is issue is "We can't do that" (3) "We have to go through proper channels" (4) "That's good enough" often stated "ship that sh**", and (5) "that's not my job"


The last one being in my opinion the biggest issue of not having the value of Assumed Responsibility as a part of corporate culture that if you see an issue it's your responsibility to pick up the problem and carry it forward to hand it off to the person at the top who has responsibility to deal with the issue.  In the interim you create solutions for the issue and present the decision maker so that they can see some options on how to deal with the problem.  

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Google Glass Products Coming From Ray-Ban, Oakley Eyewear Maker

Google Glass Products Coming From Ray-Ban, Oakley Eyewear Maker | Technology | Scoop.it
Google Inc. is partnering with
Luxottica Group SpA, which owns eyewear brands Ray-Ban and
Oakley, to help the Web company’s Glass eyewear go mainstream.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, March 24, 2014 7:38 PM

Hmm...likely this will improve the aesthetic of the beta / proto-types by having Ray-Ban and Oakley make the finished product

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Samsung Makes Convincing Case for Curved UHD TV

Samsung Makes Convincing Case for Curved UHD TV | Technology | Scoop.it

 

To our surprise, not only did the curved model seem more immersive, it also had noticeably wider viewing angles.

 

The reason could be due to the curvature radius of 4200mm chosen by Samsung, which does seem like the ideal sweet spot.

 

So if you’re wondering if bendy tellies are ideal for the living room, the answer is a resounding yes.

 


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Yamaha Introduces RX-V377 AV Receiver with 4K ULTRA HD Pass-Through Video Technology

Yamaha Introduces RX-V377 AV Receiver with 4K ULTRA HD Pass-Through Video Technology | Technology | Scoop.it

 

Yamaha is ready for the future, the RX-V377 supports 4k ULTRA HD Pass-Through video technology; meaning once you upgrade your screen or source to 4K ULTRA HD, the Yamaha RX-V377 is ready to go.

 

The RX-V377 also supports HDMI Consumer Electronics Control (CEC), Audio Return Channel (ARC), 3D Pass-through, Deep Colour 30/36 Bit, Compatibility for 24Hz refresh rate and Auto lip-sync adjustment.

 

Despite being a low price, the receiver comes with a full complement of features.

 


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Samsung USA’s Curved 4K Ultra HD TV Event

Samsung USA’s Curved 4K Ultra HD TV Event | Technology | Scoop.it

 

Last week, Samsung Electronics America (SEA) invited journalists and industry members to New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum to show off its upcoming 2014 lineup of predominantly curved, ultra high-definition (UHD) LED LCD televisions.

 


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