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    Toyota's 'Fueled' campaign wants to change your mind about hydrogen
    On Earth Day, which was yesterday if you weren't paying attention, Toyota launched a new ad campaign to hype up the newest addition to their line of cars and trucks, the hydrogen-powered Mirai. The project heralds the first major attempt by a...
  • Daniel Burrus
    Anticipating Digital Disruption
    Why didn’t a cab driver think of Uber? Why didn’t Barnes & Noble think of Amazon? Why didn’t Blockbuster think of Netflix? Why didn’t Marriott think of AirBnB?The answer to all four, and the myriad other companies...
  • Global Technology
    Help Desk Outsourcing: Pros and Cons
    Often, companies don't have sufficient on-site support for the services or products they provide. There has been an increasing trend towards outsourcing help to different companies who specialize in providing support services for companies...
  • Storyworks OnDemand announces strong growth numbers for 2014
    Storyworks OnDemand announces strong growth numbers for 2014
    Storyworks OnDemand, a Minneapolis-based provider of enterprise-class business technology solutions, announced today the organization has exceeded its annual goals for 2014, achieving more than 160% growth in users, as well as revenue growth of...
  • The Civil War changed how war was fought
    The Civil War changed how war was fought
    Earlier this month marked the 150th anniversary of the end of the United States Civil War. The war divided the country, pitted brother against brother and cost more American lives than any other military conflict that involved the United States....
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    Suffering from text neck or turkey neck, Taoism to the rescue
    Many people spend several hours each day either in front of a computer or using their “smart phones”. There is a good chance that you are reading this article from a “smart” device, whether it be a phone or tablet, or the...
  • Olive Garden joining the table-tablet movement
    Olive Garden joining the table-tablet movement
    The Olive Garden restaurant chain, in the midst of reordering its business priorities under a new management team, today announced it will install Ziosk tablets at its 21 Upstate New York locations and more than 750 others across the United States...
  • Jeff DeGraff
    The Myth of Creativity On-Demand
    In a world where a single touch on a screen can bring us any service or product imaginable whenever we want it, creativity still runs at its own pace. It's the one thing we'll never be able to get on-demand: the spark of inspiration that...
  • Rhea advanced technology sandals
    Designer footwear that prevents falls: Rhea advanced technology sandals
    Yes girls and some men buy our shoes for looks and not for comfort or safety. So yes most of us have had an unfortunate slip or fall due to a slippery surface. Rhea Footwear is working with technology to craft a sandal that is not only fashion...
  • Daniel Burrus
    Apple's Smartwatch Will Launch A Wearable Revolution
    Health sport woman with smart watchApple's smartwatch launch will launch far more than their smartwatch, it will launch wearable technology into the mainstream for the first time and create enormous growth opportunities for both companies that...
  • Phone
    New cell phone startups offer solutions to old challenges
    The BBC reports that there are 6.8 billion mobile subscriptions, and it is expected that cell phone subscriptions will soon surpass the number of people on the planet. As more people get multiple phones for work, family and other reasons, mobile...
  • STEMosphere Share Fair
    George Washington University invites community to STEMosphere Share Fair
    Our next generation of inventors and engineers, as well as teachers and tinkerers of all ages can explore the latest discoveries in STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology and Math) during the second annual STEMosphere Share Fair in Washington, D.C...
  • Simple method developed to produce pure carbon nanotubes
    Simple method developed to produce pure carbon nanotubes
    The major stumbling block to the use of carbon nanotubes in electronics has been the inability to produce carbon nanotubes that are chemically pure enough to function in electronics. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign professor John Rogers...
  • Technology in the Classroom
    The Dark Side of Tech in Education
    Yes, it’s true that technology in the classroom can be a helpful thing. There are numerous reasons to use technology in the classroom. When used properly and to its fullest potential, tech in the classroom can be downright exciting and fun...
  • Tidy Cats develops new litter box scooping method
    Tidy Cats creates innovative 'drone' for scooping litter boxes
    Tidy Cats has come up with a new and amazing tool for cat parents everywhere: A little flying drone that will scoop your cats' litter boxes for you. The concept looks like a cross between a model quad-copter, and, well, something else. Dubbed...
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