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Lessons learned from Google’s application of artificial intelligence to user experience

Google’s user experience (UX) proponents have shared how they have been able to apply a potent new tool to promote and embed human-centered design into the site’s projects: machine learning. In a recent post, Josh Lovejoy, UX Designer for Google, describes the process he and his team employed to integrate what they call “human centered machine learning” into a recent… Read more →

Lessons learned from Google’s application of artificial intelligence to user experience

Google’s user experience (UX) proponents have shared how they have been able to apply a potent new tool to promote and embed human-centered design into the site’s projects: machine learning. In a recent post, Josh Lovejoy, UX Designer for Google, describes the process he and his team employed to integrate what they call “human centered machine learning” into a recent… Read more →

Databricks comes to Microsoft Azure

Databricks, the company founded by the creators of Apache Spark, first launched its cloud-based Spark services to general availability in 2015. It was a single cloud offering, from Databricks itself, but physically based on the Amazon Web Services cloud. On the Azure side, meanwhile, there have been several ways to run Apache Spark, including on HDInsight, Azure Batch Service, Data… Read more →

Mophie Powerstation AC and USB-C XXL portable batteries: Hit the road without worrying about a power source

techrepublic The 5 highest-paying IT career paths Want to get a job in tech? Here are the categories with the highest salaries. Read More The days of removable batteries in smartphones and tablets is gone with more and more laptops and other devices also incorporating sealed battery designs. External battery packs are necessary when you our out of the office… Read more →

Cool startup products at CES 2018

Ultimate gaming chair CES 2018 The Big Trends for Business CES showcases the tech trends that will shape the year ahead. See the most important products that will impact businesses and professionals. Read More A Ukrainian company, MMOne Project, is offering a robot arm with a gaming chair on the end. The arm can flip you over and extends up… Read more →

Intel will soon stop being a PC-centric company

Intel and Microsoft were relatively small companies who benfited when IBM used their products in its industry-redefining IBM PC in 1981. They are now working to reduce their dependency on the declining PC market. It’s a struggle for most established IT companies to change their core businesses, as IBM has found. Intel is trying hard, and in its latest financial… Read more →

Samsung Galaxy S9 leaked renders show small design changes

CNET/CBS Interactive Alleged renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus have leaked, thanks to VentureBeat’s EvLeaks. The images show Samsung’s next-generation flagship has a design closely aligned with the Galaxy S8 released in 2017 that includes a large display and small bezels. Eight reasons the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are good for business Samsung is… Read more →

2018’s $51B IT renewal deals may not be as sweet as they seem

In many cases, these large, lip-smacking deals are often actually broken up into smaller components to be parsed out along the IT food chain. Take the recent much-publicized TCS Nielsen deal, for instance. (Image: Wiki Commons) It is a familiar time of year, one that Indian IT looks forward to with ritualistic eagerness and anxiety.According to the Times of India,… Read more →

Blockchain dominates DisrupTV interviews at World Economic Forum

Video: Why Blockchain ushers in the second generation of the internet see also Yes, Blockchain could reverse the course of civilization and upend the world’s most powerful companies Businesses often win by centralizing resources and extracting value, and today’s governments and financial systems empower them to do it. Blockchain changes the equation. Read More DisrupTV broadcasted live from The World… Read more →