BBC News 24
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Most of the reason is technology, not because they have been outsourced across the world. It is great to be here. It is difficult to untangle the effects of technology and liberalisation. There are probably elements of both. -- globalisation.
SiteProNews
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Instead of completing a bunch of additional steps, customers will scroll through their apps and click on the business that they wanted to find. Due to downloading crucial data before it is used, apps increase user experience and provide a direct link to your content. No worrying about your search ranking, no hassle of trying to get good service. One click, done. 2017 will result in more businesses using the best app makers to rival websites. Social Selling/Relationship Media The last major marketing trend of 2017 does not focus on new technology, but rather a refinement on something we already have, social media. Most businesses have treated their social media accounts as a free way to advertise to potential customers. Advertising Age seems to believe that this doesnt work nearly as well as anticipated. In a similar vein as content marketing, consumers are too perceptive when it comes to a company trying to sell a product.
Associated Press
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TIME - Top Stories
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A prominent Hollywood vegan and animal rights activist, he contends PETA wants to fire up its base and it's not productive. It's also kind of crazy I'm the person they should be strong-arming? This is a movie about promoting the idea of animals as sentient and deserving of empathy and rights. The Hollywood Reporter: PETA Calls on A Dog's Purpose' Filmmakers to Forgo Future Animal Use After On-Set Video Surfaces Polone went on to note that he'd worked with PETA in the past, but disagreed with its contention that no animals should be used in production. The organization has argued that CGI should solely be employed, but others in the industry insist that such technology would be cost-prohibitive. It's naïve and untenable and will never happen we all know that, the producer says. What's needed is a replacement for the [American Humane Association], the non-profit monitoring group financed by producers that's tasked with on-set animal oversight.
ABC News - Australia
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When you think of virtual reality, you think of fancy headsets used for gaming and entertainment, but what if the technology could be applied to make life decisions, such as building a house, easier?
Associated Press
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ABC News - Technology
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ABC News - Australia
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When you think of virtual reality, you think of fancy headsets used for gaming and entertainment, but what if the technology could be applied to make life decisions, such as building a house, easier?
Techradar
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Voice Of America
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On Thursday, he told a friend that he had given up his phone, as security agencies had urged him to do. It was unclear whether he was following the lead of President Barack Obama, the nation’s first cellphone-toting president, who exchanged his personal device for a Blackberry heavily modified for security purposes. The friend who spoke with Trump spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity in order to disclose the private conversation. Calls, tweets unlikely to change The presidency has long been a lonely, isolating office, with security concerns keeping the commander in chief at a distance from the public. Under Obama, worries about cyber intrusionsparticularly by foreign governmentspulled the president’s technology deeper into the security bubble as well. Many of the functions on Obama’s Blackberry were blocked, and only a handful of people had his phone number or email address.
ABC News - New South Wales
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The Points Guy
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Though drone technology has gotten a lot of media attention in the past couple of years, pilotless aircraft are hardly a new invention, with some of the earliest models dating back about 100 years. But as we’ve found new uses for these clever little gadgets — for airline inspections and pizza deliveries , most recentlyquestions of safety, security and privacy have become of increasing importance. Which means that the FAA has gotten involved and, as aerial photography company SkyPan International just found out the hard way, will take action when proper procedures arent followed. On August 26, 2016, the FAA released a new set of ground rules for commercial drones , which established a very clear-cut set of guidelines regarding how much a drone can weigh, how high and fast they're allowed to fly, which hours they can operate and what requirements the operator must have.
BBC News 24
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In this age of disruptive technology, Donald Trump was the ultimate disruptive candidate. But making history was one thing. In these rust belt communities, he'll find it hard to reverse it.
Electronics Weekly
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IFS 2017 in London this week looked at current technology issues on 450mm, EUV, scaling, 3D NAND and FD-SOI It looks like 300mm is the end of the process road, said Malcolm Penn, CEO of Future Horizons, adding, then again, in this industry never say never. The 450mm champion Intel has stalled ... Read full article: 450mm, EUV, Scaling, 3D NAND and FD-SOI
The Huffington Post
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"I like kids paying attention to money as early as 5 or 6," he says. If you're looking for a financial education app for your child, Buerger advises picking one that incorporates interactive features or gamification to help hold a kid's interest. James DeBello, CEO of mobile deposit technology company Mitek in San Diego, has another take: Keep it simple. The best apps "require fewer steps to get from point A to point Z," he says. Here are five highly rated financial education apps vying for your child's attention -- and yours -- in a growing and crowded digital field. Bankaroo Bankaroo -- developed in 2011 by then-11-year-old Dani Gafni and her father, Etay -- helps children track their savings and what their parents owe them for chores. Designed for kids ages 5 to 14, the free app features tools for learning how to budget, save, set goals and do basic accounting.
Autocar
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"Not only do automotive fashions change, but technology also moves on" It is a fact proved beyond all doubt that everything goes through an absurdly naff phase while on its way to becoming a classic. All right, it hasnt been proved at all; it’s my opinion, but hey, 2017 is just as post-truth as 2016, so I’m presenting it as fact on the basis of overwhelming empirical evidence. Or some evidence, anyway, hand-picked by me, to support my argument. Take Brutalist architecture, those concrete-dominated edifices in urban areas, largely of the 1960s. Lots of people liked Brutalism when it was new, although it’s worth pointing out that quite a few people didnt, too. So when, after a while, mostly in the 1980s and 1990s, those who werent entirely convinced by it in the first place started to complain about the crumbling concrete and how much more friendly things would look with, say, a glass or mock Tudor frontage, the writing for some Brutalism was on the cold, sometimes damp-stained and often graffiti-covered walls.
NBC News
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NBC News
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NBC News
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NBC News
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NBC News
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