Month: May 2016

Activity On the Nike Run: 3D Printing Shoe Design, Fashion and Sustainability

Nike has had a busy week: it announced a partnership with HP Printer, opens up a sustainability center in Belgium and Balmain partnered with Nike for a fashion shoe. The world’s first 3D printer has been perhaps one of the most innovative tools to date being picked up by early pioneers such as Autodesk, Johnson & Johnson and Read More

The New Age of Automobility: Google To Open Self-Driving Car Unit Center in Michigan

Google Alphabet announced this week that it plans to open an Engineering Center in Michigan to mass produce its self-driving car and by doing so may contribute to the revitalization of  Detroit as the U.S. automobility car center.It will be the first time the Google self-driving cars division has worked directly with an automaker giant Read More

The Rise of Robots: Apple Manufacturer, Foxconn, Replaces 60,000 Workers with Robots

There is no doubt that technology is playing a bigger role in the workforce domestically and abroad. Taking its influence several steps further than the standard cellular device and tablet, engineers have attempted to perfect automated machinery. According to the latest insights from Chinese media outlets, the world’s largest manufacturing entity of electronics, Foxconn, has Read More

Company Plans To Change the Landscape of Education with CoreAtlas

Education is becoming a major challenge not only for the teachers assigned to instruct students but for young scholars that lack sources to effectively engage their learning faculties. Paul F. Bulakowski PhD and Sara Niesen M.A. have seen this occurrence take place for nearly a decade with virtually no solution in sight. Emphasizing that students Read More

The World's First Edible Six-Pack Rings Coming to Your Supermarket Soon

For as long as we can remember, traditional plastic holders and other forms of plastic instruments have been the drink industry’s standard. Over the years, plastic has become one of the most scrutinized items on the market due to environmental concerns. In addition, the threat that it poses to wildlife and animals have become of Read More

Real-Time Translation Ear Piece Breaks Down Language Barriers

There is nothing more remotely significant than one’s own native tongue. It’s what defines an individual from the cultural and communicative point of view. However, it is also the one thing that separates us because each language is unique and can be nearly impossible to interpret by speakers of foreign linguistics. The New York-based company, Read More


Bitcoin’s Rival, Ethereum, On the Verge of Greatness

Earlier this month the popular alternative virtual currency, Bitcoin, made headlines after the Australian Entrepreneur Craig Steven Wright announced that he was the originator and sole creator of the platform. Negating the long-held belief that the founder’s title was Satoshi Nakamoto, the response was mixed with relief and criticism over Wright’s abrupt claims. With Bitcoin’s Read More

#VOOM2016 in Full Effect for UK Professionals

#VOOM2016 is in full effect and offering its annual Virgin Media Business competition for startups in the UK and Ireland. Over 14 weeks, #VOOM will host a series of competitive workshops, public voting trials, a 29-hour business “pitchathon” along with the opportunity to pitch to Sir Richard Branson for a chance of snagging £1 million Read More

Top 5 Must-Have Technologies for Small Business

Running a small business isn’t a cakewalk, and it can be especially difficult if you are just starting out in the industry. As you move forward, unanticipated complications and roadblocks may appear out of nowhere. You may have to tackle such challenges every so often. Limited budget, manpower, and time are some of the factors Read More

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