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Product Owner – how he differs from that of a Scrum Master

May 15, 2017

The technology of Scrum is as such the inclusion of software which has the ability to bring every single department under its fold and this makes each and every department. Everyone starting from the owner to the workers, the team leader to the departmental heads to the marketing and sales team all is included in […]

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Sharethebus becomes Bus.com and raises $5M for event shuttle management

April 6, 2017

It’s actually a pretty great URL: Bus.com. It’s also a much better brand identity than Sharethebus, which is the old name of the company that just raised a $5 million Series A round from Jackson Square Ventures and BMW’s i Ventures investment arm. Bus.com is the destination you’d expect to head to for what the […]

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Uber finds one allegedly stolen Waymo file – on an employee’s personal device

April 6, 2017

Uber admitted today that it had found one of the documents Waymo alleges was stolen by a former employee — who left its self-driving car effort to join Uber’s — on the employee’s personal computer. The document was found on a personal device belonging to Sameer Kshirsagar, Uber’s attorney Arturo Gonzalez said at a court hearing […]

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NASA to Use Laser Communication for High-Speed Space ‘Internet’

March 24, 2017

In a step towards verifying the efficacy of laser communications for speedier data rates for connections between spacecraft and the Earth, NASA said it is developing a trailblazing, long-term technology demonstration mission. The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) mission, scheduled for launch in 2019, will help NASA understand the best ways to operate laser communications […]

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Seriously, this skull-drilling robot is good news for humanity

March 16, 2017

When someone invents a robot specifically made to drill into the skulls of unconscious, immobile humans, you’d be forgiven for feeling a natural reaction along the lines of “for the love of God, why?” But trust me, this particular robotic trepanation station is a good idea. Teaching robots how to trustGoogle’s AI translation tool seems […]

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Privacy hawks in Congress call on Homeland Security to warn Americans of SS7 hacking threat

March 16, 2017

Oregon Senator Ron Wyden and California Representative Ted Lieu are pressing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on a mobile network vulnerability that they consider to be a systemic digital threat. In a new joint letter, the two members of Congress questioned DHS Secretary John Kelly about flaws inherent in Signaling System 7 (SS7), a global telecommunications protocol […]

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Jeff Bezos wants Blue Origin to be the Amazon of the Moon

March 4, 2017

Not one to be left out, Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos is also making plans to go to the Moon, just like fellow space magnate Elon Musk. Bezos’ plan, uncovered by The Washington Post via a draft proposal presented to NASA and Trump’s administration, outlines Blue Origin’s plan to create a cargo spacecraft […]

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Uber plans to turn its app into a ‘content marketplace’ during rides

March 4, 2017

Uber can’t seem to avoid headlines for the wrong reasons right now, as it gets slammed for its toxic work culture, its connections to a polarizing U.S. President, and its CEO’s attitude to Uber drivers. But despite all that, the transportation company — currently valued as high as $68 billion — continues to grow and is expanding its business into ever more areas. […]

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Google Spaces Social Sharing App to Be Shut Down on April 17

February 26, 2017

 Google kept itself busy last year, launching a number of new applications, software, and devices. While you may have heard a lot about Allo, Google’s intelligent messaging app with Assistant, many would have passed over Spaces, an experimental group messaging app that was launched in May. Google has now announced it will shut down its […]

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E3 2017: Everything you need to know about this year’s gaming extravaganza

February 18, 2017

E3 is the world’s biggest gaming show. Every June, the video game development community and press gather in Los Angeles to learn about what the next year has in store for the world of video games. This year 15,000 members of the public will be joining the party too. It’s an exciting show. The big […]

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