Time Archive

Marketing in the time of social media: key points to remember

“Anything worth doing is worth doing well.” – Hunter S Thompson Thompson, the father of gonzo journalism, lived and worked in an age where social media marketing had not even taken birth. What he says about the importance of striving for excellence is advice relevant not just

Inside Apple’s Struggle to Get the iPhone X to Market on Time

HIGHLIGHTS Apple told suppliers to reduce accuracy of face recognition, say reports Apple was lagging behind in the manufacturing of iPhone X iPhone X pre-orders open on Friday, October 27 As of early fall, it was clearer than ever that production problems meant Apple Inc. wouldn’t have enough iPhone

Best gap year tech: from Torino to Tokyo, these gadgets will help you have a great time

If you’re planning a gap year or packing for the trip of a lifetime, you’ll want to cram as many creature comforts into your backpack as possible, not to mention some tech on which to record and share some phenomenal views and bragging rights. We’re rounded up

Can web design stand the test of time?

2016 marks my twentieth year as a web designer. While it’s crazy to think that so much time has gone by, it’s downright cringe-worthy to think of the sites I designed back then. Seriously, some of them look like they belonged in the dark corner of shame

Detecting and correcting factory faults, cyberattacks in real time

Spotting a glitch on the factory floor in real time—and reconfiguring around it—are the goals of a new $4 million project led by University of Michigan engineering researchers. The project, which also involves researchers from the University of Illinois and Cornell University, aims to increase factory productivity

‘s time to say goodbye to Linux 4.6

If you’re using a version of Linux based on the 4.6 series of the kernel, the software’s lead maintainer has a message for you: It’s time to upgrade. Greg Kroah-Hartman on Tuesday announced the arrival of Linux 4.6.7 and made it clear that it will be the

Microsoft squanders browser dominance in record time

An predicted 33 million customers deserted Microsoft’s browsers closing month, pushing the Redmond, Wash. business enterprise‘s browser strategy ever closer to the edge of irrelevancy, in keeping with analytics statistics published these days. Internet Explorer (IE) and Side combined to account for 36.7% of the worldwide consumer

Google Calendar helps make the most of spare time

Google added “Goals” tools to free calendar applications tailored for smartphones powered by Apple or Android software, using artificial intelligence to let software figure out when one could fit in workouts or lessons Google has made it tougher for people to hide behind excuses when it comes

Time to Change a Diaper or Car Tire? Futuristic Fabrics Will Let You Know

A new nonprofit will seek to speed the arrival of next-generation fabrics that can store energy, control their own temperature, change color and behave like computer sensors. MIT professor Yoel Fink, who is leading the effort, envisions the creation of an entire new industry: textiles for the