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September 19,2017 00:00

5 Technology Articles You Must Read Today

This piece provides the reader recommendations for five must-read technology-related articles for Monday, September 18. Topics: CEO Satya Nadella revolutionizes MSFT's culture. Ethics and AI. Non-state actors and national security. Russia's Facebook ads. And Nadella's top book recommendations.
September 16,2017 23:00

'That Extra Little Bit Of Info': Technology In Racing Not Always Popular

Technology has progressed to the point that some individuals in the racing industry are able to utilize progressive tools to get that extra edge. Among those tools, reports cnet.com, are fitness monitors, big data and genetic testing. A heavily traditional industry, Thoroughbred racing worldwide has not been universally accepting of these new ideas. Equinome offers genetic […]
September 16,2017 08:40

Are Hurricane Risk Models Dangerously Out of Date?

Join us on Tuesday, September 19, at 11am EST for an interactive online discussion with Kerry Emanuel moderated by senior editor, James Temple. The conversation will explore what role climate change may have played in recent major hurricanes like Irma and Harvey, and how scientists are working to improve forecasting for extreme weather events.
September 15,2017 16:20

Arsenal Launches Innovation Lab Dedicated To Sports & Technology

Pro sports teams are becoming increasingly involved in tech and innovation. So much so that some teams go as far as launching hubs dedicated to the investment and incubation of startups, in the hope that it will impact performance in and out of the arena. Arsenal is now the latest team to do so
September 14,2017 03:40

Optus announces 'Fusion' SD-WAN technology

The Optus Fusion SD-WAN product can be used over the top of any provider, enabling traffic prioritisation to business services, while VeloCloud has announced an SD-WAN solution that can be set up within 30 days.
September 09,2017 01:00

Home inspector brings technology to job

One of the oldest conundrums for a homebuyer is knowing how well a house is built. Newer technology is helping to better answer those questions. One local inspector is using more tools than ever to do to give buyers and sellers more confidence.