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The partnership comes as it becomes increasingly clear that cyber insurance is going to play a role in enterprises of all sizes.
Lowering the bar for AR development will lead to a breakthrough for enterprise AR adoption.
Dr. Yoav Zeif, CEO of Stratasys, said the company showed sequential revenue growth in the back half of the year.
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3D printing startups are going public via SPACs and raising funds to compete with incumbents. Here's the short version, additive manufacturing is entering a new, more mature phase.
From China to the EU and now Australia, Canada, and the US, states want to take back the power they ceded to digital giants. The fight over news is just one front on that battle.
Like other companies that benefited from COVID-19 technology demand for remote work and education, Best Buy sees uncertainty ahead as the new normal emerges.
Snap sees augmented reality at the intersection of customer experience, ads, data and commerce. The big question is whether we need smart glasses en masse to make it happen.
Foxconn is best known for making your iPhone but is now gunning to make electric vehicles via a partnership with Fisker.
Natural language processing is on the cusp of changing our relationship with machines forever.
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Dr. Philip Metzger, planetary scientist at the University of Central Florida, tells Tonya Hall what are the main challenges to setting up human communities in other planets.
The initiative will benefit 1,000 schools across the state.
The buses will run two routes at Singapore Science Park 2 and Jurong Island over a three-month pilot, during which data will be collected to assess the viability of the on-demand service as well as passenger safety and service reliability.
Rita McGrath, author and professor at Columbia Business School, talks to Tonya Hall about how big inflection points for tech companies often start at the edges.
The AU$1 million kitty will be spread across nine initiatives.
Peter Rojas, partner at Betaworks Ventures, tells Tonya Hall how video games can help you connect with your co-workers.
The cloud-based platform will give job seekers access to a self-navigation tool, online job board, and training modules.
Its Singapore-based employees will now have the option of working remotely 90% of the time.
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The company claims the mask can filter at least 95% of airborne particles.
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