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September 09,2018 18:00

Reagan National Airport to debut facial scanning technology

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport will debut facial recognition technology in November that will let all departing international travelers board flights without any paper or digital documents, according to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
September 08,2018 16:40

The Tri-Cities' future is technology

The Tri-Cities Tech Summit is a conference where people can learn, exchange ideas, network and establish relationships with others in the community and find out more about what’s happening in technology in the Tri-Cities.
September 06,2018 14:40

The NSA Continues to Blame Technology for Breaking the Law

In late June, the NSA announced a magic trick—hundreds of millions of collected call records would disappear. Its lovely assistant? Straight from the agency’s statement: “Technical irregularities.”These “technical irregularities” are part of a broad and troubling pattern within the NSA—it has...
September 06,2018 14:40

Technology, a Necessary Topic of Coverage

From technology that allows bricks and mortar retailers to more efficiently and effectively merge a customer's experience to operate smart technology inside the units through personalized tablets technology is at the forefront of the CRE industry.
September 06,2018 04:20

Technology That Benefits Us All

HR leaders should focus and prioritize investments on technology that brings us closer to our goals, our dreams and most importantly, each other.
September 05,2018 04:00

What Is the US Doing to Keep Technology Safe?

Technology progresses rapidly. The government, infamously, does not. It takes a long time to pass new laws, making it difficult for cybersecurity to keep up-to-date with changing technologies. As of now, many new forms of technology are not tightly regulated. On the cybersecurity front, U.S. intelligence organizations need to work constantly to keep up with The post What Is the US Doing to Keep Te...
September 04,2018 13:40

Smart Speaker Technology Meets Self-Navigating Robot

Science fiction has long teased consumers about a future where robots are our personal assistants. But it's no longer science fiction. The recent spike in consumer-grade "smart speakers" that respond to users' voice commands has been given a face — with the help of a self-navigating robot that listens to its owner's commands. Arash Arabasadi has more.
October 28,2017 23:20

Satoshi Revolution – Chapter 2: Technology Meets Anarchy. Both Profit (Part 2)

Bitcoin is the catalyst for peaceful anarchy and freedom. It was built as a reaction against corrupt governments and financial institutions. It was not solely created for the sake of improving financial technology. But some people adulterate this truth. In reality, Bitcoin was meant to function as a monetary weapon, as a cryptocurrency poised to undermine authority. Now it is whitewashed. It is se...
October 26,2017 00:20

How Australia's Technology Stands Out

Damien Cave, Australia bureau chief, found that the average internet connection speed in the country ranked below Kenya’s, but that a local website could teach Craigslist some lessons.
October 25,2017 05:40

With new technology, Mazda gives spark to gasoline engine

In the high-stakes, high-cost battle among global automakers to develop ever more efficient vehicles, one of the biggest breakthroughs in internal combustion engine technology in years looks to be coming from one of the industry's smaller players.
October 24,2017 03:40

Panelists discuss technology in the American workplace

How is technology creating a new American workplace and workforce?Roland Roberts and Drew Simshaw, the two panelists for this installment of Community Connections, attempted to answer that question during an hour-long discussion hosted by Elon University and the Times-News on Monday, Oct. 23, at a Lakeside meeting room at Elon University.Roberts is instructor of Mechatronics Engineering Techn...
October 23,2017 21:00

Union Pacific's CIO Specializes In Commercializing Technology

Union Pacific CIO Lynden Tennison has been in his role for more than a decade. In that time, he has moved from running the traditional IT operation to developing commercial technologies for the railroad to sell. For this, Tennison is the winner of the Forbes CIO Innovation Award.
October 21,2017 04:40

Technology guides small donations to candidates

ActBlue is reserved for Democratic candidates. Republicans don’t have an equivalent conduit for online contributions, but they can chose from a variety of online fundraising platforms and consultants with proprietary
October 20,2017 22:40

New technology will tap into your subconscious to reveal your dream holiday

An astonishing new aerial video has provided glimpses of North Korea’s capital city, Pyongyang like it’s never been seen before. The video shows Pyongyang as captured by a 360-degree camera mounted onto a light aircraft. &nbsp; Photography in North Korea tends to be tightly controlled, but one videographer was granted special access to film the city &hellip; <a href="https://w...