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One of the world’s most successful programmers has some surprising advice for success .

When it comes to achieving fame and fortune in the tech industry, a visionary, Steve Jobs-like character, who can dream up amazing products, typically comes to mind. That’s not at all what propelled Linus Torvalds to his status as one of the world’s most famous programmers. (He’s been known to hobnob with Hollywood stars at the Oscars.) […]

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In 1996, Steve Jobs gave an interview with a bunch of predictions about the future — it turns out he nailed it

In 1996, Google was still a research project at Stanford, the state-of-the-art PC operating system was Windows 95, and Amazon was a small startup selling books.And Steve Jobs was not yet back at Apple when he gave a remarkably prescient interview to Wired’s website the same year. Although the iMac, iPod, and iPhone were still […]

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This company is trying to become the first to deliver fast food with drones

Fancy having some tasty food delivered by drone to your high-rise window? It may not quite work like that, but online delivery company Foodpanda hopes to become one of the first takeaway services to start using drones to deliver orders. The start-up wants to be fully automated after becoming operationally profitable in all its markets […]

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As seen in I, Robot: Goodyear unveils spherical tires for self-driving cars

What will the cars of the future be like? It’s fun to imagine how new technologies and design trends will influence future cars. Car bodies of the future might be completely 3D printed. They may be completely autonomous — and now, they might have multi-directional spherical tires. Goodyear’s new “Eagle-360” spherical tire concept, recently unveiled at […]

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3 big reasons your business needs Mobile Device Management for its mobile workforce

Image Credit: Shutterstock   It hasn’t taken long for smartphones and tablets to go from being helpful devices for enterprise companies to being essential utilities that businesses of all sizes need to integrate into their toolbox. However, this evolution often lacks the level of coordination and oversight companies need to adequately maintain growing device deployments […]

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Google’s Project SkyBender aims to beam 5G internet from solar-powered drones

Google is working in secret at a spaceport in New Mexico to build and test solar-powered internet drones in a new initiative codenamed Project SkyBender. The company is reportedly renting 15,000 square feet of hangar space from Virgin Galactic — the commercial spaceflight outfit of business mogul Richard Branson — at the privately owned Spaceport America […]

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A new breed of ‘data-first’ tools could soon dominate the enterprise

We are about to witness an upheaval in the enterprise software market that will put billions of dollars of IT spending up for grabs. In the old world, enterprise applications were primarily about increasing a business’ efficiency through better workflow — data and analytics were add-ons. In the emerging world, applications will be “data first,” […]

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Apple says it now has 1 billion ‘active’ devices

Apple has announced its Q1 FY2016 earnings, and while it may have beat expectations, there’s some concern as sales of its iPhones have slowed down. But amid all of its financial disclosures, the company revealed that it now has 1 billion “active” devices that are connected to its services. The company has disclosed the install base […]

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Glassdoor: Of the top 25 U.S. jobs for 2016, 10 are in the tech industry

Career website Glassdoor today released its report on the “Best Jobs in America for 2016.” In the list of the top 25 jobs, 10 of the jobs were in tech — just like last year, and more than any other industry. Glassdoor’s list is ordered by a job score the firm gives each position. This […]

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Why WhatsApp scrapped its $1 annual subscription fee

Above: WhatsApp Image Credit: Paul Sawers / VentureBeat Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp announced earlier today that it’s ditching its $1 annual subscription fee, and will instead monetize by developing a service that allows companies to communicate with their customers through the app. But in the wake of the news, a number of people across the […]

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