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Reddit plans short video-streaming trial

Posted by Garrisond on 21/08/2019 in News |

The streams will be moderated by humans and only a handful will be available, said the social news site.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Google sign language AI turns hand gestures into speech

Posted by Garrisond on 21/08/2019 in News |

The tech giant is sharing its hand-tracking software to allow others to develop translation apps.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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'I bought a house thanks to my bullet journal'

Posted by Garrisond on 21/08/2019 in News |

Millions of people have shared #bulletjournal or #bujo hashtags on Instagram, so how do they work?

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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#BulletJournal: Seven million beautiful ways to save money

Posted by Garrisond on 21/08/2019 in News |

#BulletJournal: The new trend that is helping people to save money.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Millions of old gadgets 'stockpiled in drawers'

Posted by Garrisond on 21/08/2019 in News |

Public urged to “recycle their tech” as rare, valuable materials in millions of old devices languish in UK homes.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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The International 2019: What does it take to become a gaming millionaire?

Posted by Garrisond on 20/08/2019 in News |

Gaming is a near billion-dollar industry, but what kind of pressures do young e-sports stars face?

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Cerebras Debuts Big Chip to Speed Up AI Processes

Posted by Garrisond on 20/08/2019 in News |

By Jack M. Germain

Startup chip developer Cerebras has announced a breakthrough in high-speed processor design that will hasten the development of artificial intelligence technologies. Cerebras unveiled the largest computer processing chip ever built. The new chip, dubbed “Wafer-Scale Engine” — pronounced “wise” — is the heartbeat of the company’s deep learning machine built to power AI systems. WSE reverses a chip industry trend of packing more computing power into smaller form-factor chips. Its massive size measures eight and a half inches on each side.

Source:: Technewsworld

      

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'World's oldest webcam' to be switched off

Posted by Garrisond on 20/08/2019 in News |

Set up in 1994, the weather-watching webcam in San Francisco will be shut off at the end of August.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Lightning strike 'partly to blame' for power cut

Posted by Garrisond on 20/08/2019 in News |

National Grid could be fined for the outage that affected nearly a million people in England and Wales.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Sanity-Saving Tips From a Heavy Traveler

Posted by Garrisond on 20/08/2019 in News |

By Rob Enderle

I’m on the road about 50 percent of the time, and I’m often asked by those who don’t travel much for advice on how to have a better trip — what to carry with you, where to sit, how to manage frequent flier programs, and so forth. One of my first really bad travel experiences was during my stint in IBM Internal Audit. I was auditing an IBM corporate site when the rules were three-piece suit, white shirt and tie. As the auditor in charge, I was expected to set the example. I landed in heavy weather and my bags didn’t make it.

Source:: Technewsworld

      

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