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December 26, 2012 by

India aims for world's big data

Growing demand for big data skills will see companies looking to outsourcing to plug the gap, presenting opportunities for India. But, it must first address several fundamental challenges.

August 20, 2012 by

HR & Innovation

Lots of innovation is popping up in HR. But, the innovation may be springing up because of the actions of job seekers and employees but not the creators of HR software. In this four part series, we look at the impact these innovations are having on HR processes; how mobile, social, video and other tech is changing HR processes; and, what vendors need to bring to the upcoming HR Technology Conference in October.

June 29, 2008 by

Cell phones tracking nightlife activity

A Columbia University computer science professor has co-founded a New York-based company named Sense Networks to sell tracking software to other companies. It is also distributing a free version of this software named Citysense, which shows on your cell phone where the wild things are happening in your own town. Citysense 'uses advanced machine learning techniques to number crunch vast amounts of data emanating from thousands of cell-phones, GPS-equipped cabs and other data devices to paint live pictures of where people are gathering.' Citysense is available today in San Francisco before being soon deployed in Chicago and five other U.S. cities. But read more...

December 20, 2006 by

Seattle to London, making a trip less costly and more enjoyable using technology

You may be planning a trip overseas this holiday season or in 2007 and the intent of this article is to help answer a few questions and concerns you may have regarding pre-planning your trip and using technology on the road. London was a wonderful town to visit, yet was quite expensive as well. You can save some money by using technology and the internet and definitely figure out how to use Skype to call family back in the U.S.

April 29, 2004 by

Digital ads tune in

Traditional advertisers are trying to use ad-skipping technologies and the like to their interactive advantage and are shifting their dollars toward more "accountable" campaigns.


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