The Comunicano Communique for Monday January 4th 2016
The Comunicano Communique
Welcome back to the work world. For those of you who have been on what feels like an extended vacation, the year is starting out with CES happening in Las Vegas. You don't need me to tell you what's happening there, and thankfully, I'm not there but there will be enough news coverage online that you'll feel like you are there.
Today I awoke to find client MeetingMogul was featured in ProductHunt. If you're a PriductHunter, give them an upvote. And check out the app if you make or take part in conference calls.
Have a view on the news today? Please let me know what you think....Andy Abramson
The only thing that grows faster than technology are our expectations of it. The gap between what we know to be possible and what we experience is only widening. Our children are growing up in a world where all screens are interactive and every service is cloud-connected, where any song or movie ever made it at their fingertips, yet our disappointment only grows.
Technology remains a fast-growing and competitive field, and the salary changes for 2016 reflect that. Robert Half Technology reported on the salary changes for job titles across 10 tech verticals, and the average salary range has increased for every title.
Like most coffee shops, Java Express in Douglas offers its clientele a diverting range of beverages, from an invigorating espresso to a gold-dusted hot chocolate. It is only when customers reach the cash till that they might notice a difference: the bill for a couple of shots of caffeine comes to 0.01202 Bitcoins.
Technology continues to blur the line between science fiction and reality, and now a research group in Taiwan is bringing dreams of becoming real life X-Men closer by the day. Thanks to a new algorithm from the researchers at PVD+, you can now control lights and even a with little more than the movement of your hand.
BERLIN - Apple raised the prices for hand-held devices in Germany at the start of the year, following a deal between the tech industry and content producers that will benefit a range of creative professionals including musicians, actors and pornographic filmmakers.
Back in September 2007, I created a new kind of doctor practice. The iPhone had come out three months prior, and Google had enabled you to embed your Google Calendar in a website just the month before. I saw a perfect storm of technology leading to an opportunity to do something unprecedented and become my...
In the next few months, residents at a handful of buildings in the city will be able to walk up to their apartment doors and go inside without fumbling for keys. And if the dog walker or cleaning service comes by while they are out, residents can use an app to let them in remotely.
In the early hours of Thanksgiving Day in 2010, all the music at OnSmash.com, a popular hip-hop blog, disappeared. In place of its usual feed of videos, song links and industry gossip, the site displayed a seizure notice from the federal government, a result of a raid of dozens of websites suspected of trafficking in counterfeit goods and pirated content.
It's difficult to remember my life before Netflix, and frankly, I'd rather not. The era of all-day binge-watching and having unlimited titles waiting patiently at our literal fingertips has completely revolutionized the way we consume media -- but still, even the best things in life have some room for improvement.
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