Some details emerged today about Amazon’s “floating warehouses” and drone delivery ideas, which were originally patented back in 2015. Crazy interesting stuff. Jeff Bezoz and Amazon are certainly not shy about pushing the envelope.
Noto stands for “No Tofu” or “No More Tofo.” While you might think it’s my latest frustration with a healthy diet, it’s actually the name for Google’s latest attempt to wrestle over 800 natural languages into a single, universal font.
Boyle Software is not alone in recognizing and promoting the fact that only companies with a clever digital strategy will survive. Every company, in every industry, in every country, needs a digital strategy – yesterday!
Thirty-six years ago, long before introducing iPhone, iPod or even the Mac, Steve Jobs established Apple’s first operations in Europe. At the time, the company knew that in order to serve customers in Europe, it would need a base there. So, in October 1980, Apple opened a factory in Cork, Ireland with 60 employees.
In addition to hot dogs and hamburgers, this year we’re celebrating America’s Independence Day by donating to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Federal Tax ID# 26-0086305.
Android devices running on Qualcomm chips are at serious risk of being cracked. Apparently unlike iOS devices, Android devices store full-disk encryption keys in software, software that can be cracked – easily.
Amazon just announced a new Transfer Acceleration that allows for a 300% increase in S3 bucket data transfer speeds.
SAT question: Borg is to Google, as Mesos is to Twitter, as DC/OS is to what? Ben Hindman would like you to think – your own company. Cade Metz has a decent article in the latest Wired magazine about DC/OS and how it could be used by practically every company out there.