Monthly Archives: January 2016

Yesterday I mentioned I recently got hooked on Netflix’s new doc-series Making A Murderer. If you haven’t yet checked it out, I urge you to do so, but don’t read this post as it will explore spoilers from the real-life events presented in the show. It seems like I was not alone in getting sucked into this long-form documentary series, and there has been a lot of coverage on the web this week. I did a deep dive and wanted to highlight some of the articles and topical news since the release of the series. We look at the following

The best theories as to what really happened. The story of how the series was created and filmed over ten years. Read about possibly shocking evidence that was not presented in the tv series. Could we get a Making A

Changing consumer preferences and the advent of new and innovative

technologies have been altering the way news is offered and read. Readers now have a myriad of choices to collect and read articles or news through devices such as netbooks, tablets or other hand-held devices. These have been weighing on

Designed for scalability, the platform will enable automotive companies to build a full range of automated driving systems, from informational ADAS modules that provide a 360° surround view of the vehicle, to sensor fusion systems that combine data from multiple sources such as cameras and radar, to high-performance processors that make control decisions in fully autonomous vehicles

Built on operating system (OS) technology proven in safety-critical control systems, the QNX® Platform for ADAS can help customers minimize system-level safety certification efforts, while reusing software assets across projects for greater return-on-investment. The platform also provides access to an

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Readers: Do you have questions about the political and international scene? Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Seib would be happy to answer them in an upcoming Daybreak video. Send your questions to editor Kate Milani at kate. milani@wsj. com. We look

Palantir, the data analytics platform used by government agencies and law enforcement pocketed $880 million in new funding, according to a filing from the Securities and Exchange Commission out today

This latest round of funding is part of an earlier $679.8 million raised so far, according to an updated version of the SEC filing. Palantir began raising the round in July, according to the filing. The startup has now raised

AllTube Player (ATP) Uni, probably the most comprehensive music and video app on Windows 10 has been given another update

The app makes searching for media from four of the most popular audio and video websites a breeze using its global search engine. Video quality up to 4k (hd2160) is supported making it a joy to watch super high quality

Before Rafael dos

Anjos and Donald Cerrone battle for the Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight belt in the UFC on Fox 17 main event on Saturday at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla., there will be a clash of the titans in the co-headliner.

In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: APAC search ad spend up 13%; India and China fastest growing ad markets; Facebook launches immersive mobile ads in AU; and Tencent inks Dentsu partnership in China

APAC search ad spend up 13% Search advertising expenditure in Asia-Pacific climbed 13% in the third quarter this year, over the same quarter 2014, and 7% over the previous quarter. The region’s growth is the fastest worldwide, according to the

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The majority of people who have upgraded to Windows 10 want to keep it. There are, however, some who for whatever reason, hate Windows 10 and almost immediately regret upgrading. They long to revert to their old operating system. Fortunately,

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NAKIVO Inc., one of the fastest-growing VMware and cloud backup software companies, today announced that over 1,000 VMware Solution Provider Partners have joined the NAKIVO Partner Program and offer NAKIVO products to their SMB and enterprise customers. NAKIVO now has

FOREST CITY, N. C. — Chuck McSwain’s classroom at Chase High School doesn’t look like much

Seven oblong tables are surrounded by 30-something chairs and covered with an array of old textbooks. The whiteboard up front is covered in scribble, and the TV hanging in a corner looks to have been forgotten long ago. But the

In this paper, we present a new methodology for conducting active learning in a single-pass on-line learning context

Single-pass active learning can be understood as an approach for reducing the annotation effort for users and operators in on-line classification problems, in which usually the true class labels of new incoming samples are usually unknown. This reduction in effort

Police Lives Matter, Too

It goes without saying that the media influence public opinion, sometimes just by the choice of words used in reporting an event. For instance… posted: January 08 Comments (0) When the Coronado Unified School District’s Board of Trustees meets in

By Will Ferguson, College of Arts & Sciences

PULLMAN, Wash. – Being able to remember a simple daily routine can mean the difference between independent living and life in a nursing home for people with memory loss associated with aging and other forms of cognitive decline. A new

Vantiv Unveils Enhanced eCommerce Data Security Solution

| December 31, 2015 Vantiv, Inc. unveiled Vantiv eProtect, a comprehensive eCommerce data security solution that provides online merchants with end-to-end data protection, by removing sensitive cardholder data from their checkout pages – and throughout their systems, storage, and use.

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