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Protect sensitive data with these five free encryption apps

Protect sensitive data with these five free encryption apps - TechRepublic

Protect sensitive data with these five free encryption apps – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/protect-personal-and-sensitive-data-with-these-five-free-encryption-apps/?ftag=TRE684d531&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472Protecting customers’ personal data is vitally important to the future success of every organization. Encrypting that data with one of these apps is a good place to start.

This Mower Can Cut Around Posts With Ease

This is why the labor force of the future is 80% robots and 20% humans. If the coal miners and grass cutters and call centers do not prepare themselves for the coming jobpocalypse, they should all prepare to go hungry. If they’re alright with belt-tightening and basically starving, they should try not to have children as I do not wish to be responsible for those. Clearly, some people should not propagate more of their kind. </donvy>

Helping learners develop the digital skills for their futures

Helping learners develop the digital skills for their futures

Helping learners develop the digital skills for their futureshttps://www.blog.google/topics/education/helping-learners-develop-digital-skills-their-future/As Belmar Elementary School’s school librarian, I’ve been using Applied Digital Skills with fourth through eighth graders. I’m also Belmar’s School Media Specialist, which means that I’m always looking for news ways to support my school’s learners. I’ve used the Applied Digital Skills units to help learners improve in a few areas:

Introducing “wheelchair accessible” routes in transit navigation

While the Philippines ponders bewildered, perplexed, and stumped on how to run a light rail system whose origins date back to the beginning of the 20th century where early cities realized the contribution of mass transit to progress and development. In fact, Spain’s Department of Public Works for the Philippines started construction on a steam-powered tranvia way back in 1885. Oh how far we’ve gone… BACKWARDS!!! If you really want to know, the history of rail transport began in the 6th century BC in Ancient Greece. Oh how proud we Filipinos can be of our accomplishments. No really, what have we contributed to humanity? Reducing Manila population by the tens of thousands? Through government-initiated murder? By so-called Christians? </donvy>

Introducing “wheelchair accessible” routes in transit navigation

Introducing “wheelchair accessible” routes in transit navigationhttps://www.blog.google/products/maps/introducing-wheelchair-accessible-routes-transit-navigation/Today we’re adding “wheelchair accessible” routes to Google Maps transit – making getting around on public transportation a bit easier for those with mobility needs. After you tap “Options” and under the Routes section, you’ll find “wheelchair accessible” as a new route type.

How Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Saw Into the Future

How Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Saw Into the Future - WSJ

How Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Saw Into the Future – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/how-kubricks-2001-a-space-odyssey-saw-into-the-future-1520609361?mod=trending_now_4Now 50 years old, the famously opaque science-fiction classic anticipated flat-screen technology and artificial intelligence. Fifty years ago next month, invitation-only audiences gathered in specially equipped Cinerama theaters in Washington, New York and Los Angeles to preview a widescreen epic that director Stanley Kubrick had been working on for four years.

Netflix Releases the Global First Look at Intergalactic Adventure Series “Lost In Space”

WATCH: Netflix Releases the Global First Look at Intergalactic Adventure Series "Lost In Space" @ ClickTheCity TV

WATCH: Netflix Releases the Global First Look at Intergalactic Adventure Series “Lost In Space” @ ClickTheCity TVhttps://www.clickthecity.com/tv/a/34282/watch-netflix-releases-the-global-first-look-at-intergalactic-adventure-series-lost-in-spaceIn this date announcement video, meet the Robinson Family, reflect on Human History on Earth, and look ahead to the future of space travel. Lost In Space, premiering on Earth on April 13.

‘Altered Carbon’: Understanding the World of Netflix’s Ambitious Sci-Fi Drama

'Altered Carbon': The New Netflix Series, Explained | Hollywood Reporter

‘Altered Carbon’: The New Netflix Series, Explained | Hollywood Reporterhttps://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/altered-carbon-new-netflix-series-explained-1081140From executive producer and showrunner Laeta Kalogridis, and based on an original 2002 novel written by author Richard K. Morgan, Altered Carbon takes place in a far future world where mankind has captured immortality like lightning in a bottle — or high-tech devices in the back of the neck, more like it. Through this surreal lens, the Netflix series explores subjects relevant to our own sociopolitical context: class struggles, racial and religious divides, extraordinary abuses of power and power dynamics between men and women evocative of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements washing over our current culture.

Best Startup of CES 2018

Presenting the Best of CES 2018 winners!

Presenting the Best of CES 2018 winners!https://www.engadget.com/2018/01/11/best-of-ces-2018-winners/Black Box VR is building the gym of the future. Using the HTC Vive, motion-tracking controllers and specially designed workout equipment, Black Box turns exercise into a video game. The plan is to set up a boutique gym in San Francisco this year, where members can strap into a game, work out and attempt to land on the local leaderboards. This is just the beginning of the VR fitness market. — Jessica Conditt, Senior Reporter

Inside CES 2018: AI, big data, and 5G are the future

Inside CES 2018: AI, big data, and 5G are the future - TechRepublic

Inside CES 2018: AI, big data, and 5G are the future – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/inside-ces-2018-ai-big-data-and-5g-are-the-future/?ftag=TREe09998f&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472TechRepublic’s Bill Detwiler takes us behind the scenes at CES 2018 and explains why high speed mobile wireless, big data, and machine learning are the business technology trends to watch.

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In Memoriam: The Tech That Died in 2017

In Memoriam: The Tech That Died in 2017 | PCMag.com

In Memoriam: The Tech That Died in 2017 | PCMag.comhttps://www.pcmag.com/feature/357937/in-memoriam-the-tech-that-died-in-2017?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=whatsnewnow&utm_medium=titleEvery year brings its hardships and losses. The tech world is not immune; brands and gadgets come and go. A must-have device or addictive service is easily discarded as VC funds dry up and newer, shinier offerings emerge. Once again, PCMag is here to remind you of the tech tools and interfaces that will not be joining us in 2018 (until a future re-launch; I’m looking at you, Polaroid). We’re not talking about the start-ups that barely got off the ground, but the well-known brands that said farewell in the past 12 months.

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