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Sling Air TV review By IDG.TV Sling's Air TV receives your local over the air channels and makes them available through the Sling TV and Air TV apps. ...Read More »
Netatmo Weather Station By IDG.TV Netatmo's Weather Station will measure temperature, humidity and air quality inside and outside of your home. You can also supplement it with wind and rain gauges. ...Read More »
Realizing the American Dream By Clip Syndicate Randy Fromm talks about first time and low income buyer loans. ...Read More »
Mingis on Tech: Why BlackBerry's Key2 phone is for 'masters of the universe' By IDG.TV BlackBerry's latest smartphone has a full-featured physical keyboard – no surprise there – and is aimed at users who want to really want to get work done, says reviewer Dan Rosenbaum. ...Read More »
iOS 12 and macOS betas, Apple headphone , Apple keyboard service: Macworld Podcast episode 611 By IDG.TV Apple opened the public beta programs for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave. There are rumors about Apple’s new headphones. Apple will fix your broken butterfly keyboards. We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions. ...Read More »
Facebook Is At It Again Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and Mark Zuckerberg's "apology tour," it seemed like the social media company might have learned its lesson. But like water from a leaky faucet, the news cycle keeps dripping out new information, revealing a variety of holes and fissures in Facebook's story. According to a New York Times article published earlier this month, the social media company has been quietly sharing users' private data with mobile device manufacturers - such as Apple, Blackberry, Amazon, Microsoft, Samsung and dozens more. In making these deals, Facebook may have violated a 2011 consent decree with the Federal Trade Commission, which requires the company to disclose its privacy-related behavior. ...Read More »
9 ways to get more value from business intelligence in 2018 By IDG.TV Improved customer relations, increased employee productivity, new revenue streams — big benefits await those who breathe new life into their business intelligence strategies. ...Read More »
OSU baseball provides boost in sales at Beaver Store By Clip Syndicate The Oregon State University Beavers' success on the diamond has also helped propel business at the OSU Beaver Store. ...Read More »
87th annual Mississippi Municipal league By Clip Syndicate It’s a meeting of the minds with city leaders throughout Mississippi banding together to share ideas and pick new ones to help benefit the cities they represent. That’s what the Mississippi Municipal League is all about. Today marks day two of their 87th annual conference at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center in Biloxi. Topping the agenda for Mississippi leaders attending this year’s Municipal League Conference were ways to improve the cities they serve and connecting with those who can help, like Downtown Mississippi INC. President David Biagni.  He’s spent the last 37 years developing downtown areas in New Jersey and now he’s helping Mississippi city leaders pave the way to prosperity in their cities. "Every municipality in Mississippi can consider to revitalize their downtown. It empowers the business property owners to improve their downtown with their own money in partnership with the municipality." Moss Point Mayor Mario King said, “I really want to get some more information to talk to our business owners about it. It goes along with our Main Street Program that we're trying to implement, and get the ball rolling on it." This year's theme is "Hometown Heroes," and with more than 3,000 people attending this year's conference, they are bringing a lot of new ideas to the table that can be used throughout our state. President of Gulf Coast Business Council Ashley Edwards said, “Today they are announcing the launch of the Skills Foundation which is a new initiative in Mississippi designed to connect workers with the in-demand, highly skilled jobs.” This new foundation is demand-driven, providing skills and work force training that’s a custom fit for state industries such as Ingalls or the Nissan Plant, a life line for not only the local and state economy, but also the workers who depend on these higher paying jobs to make ends meet.  Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs said, “Everybody runs to college to go into education in other fields, but manufacturing jobs, skill jobs are the ones that pay the most in this industrial society."  The conference wraps on Thursday. ...Read More »
How Artificial Intelligence Is Projected To Influence The Automotive Industry Artificial intelligence and data science are two main technologies that forms the processes of the automotive. Since 2017, Udacity selected a group of 18 talented engineers (out of hundreds of applicants) to form the Self-Racing Cars team Udacity offer the first self-driving Nanodegree program. The program was Built in partnership with Uber, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Nvidia. After a huge success, Udacity introduced another Nanodegree program for the beginners. At last, MIT and university introduced their courses in the automotive industry. ...Read More »

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