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Taiwanese University Develops New Display Technology

Taiwan's National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) has announced its development of a brand-new iteration of the latest new display technology. The university team headed by Professor Hsueh-Shih has developed what they term "quantum dot" technology that ...

Protestors in India Concerned by Use of Facial Recognition

Protestors in New Delhi are covering their faces now that the police have begun using facial recognition software to identify people. This has been going on since the middle of December when outrage began with the new citizenship law that people ...

Veterans of the Scottish Armed Forces to Become Ethical Hackers

Armed Force veterans in Scotland are taking part in an eight-week course that is a pilot program. This pilot program is to teach veterans some newer technical skills and address the shortage of trained cybersecurity professionals in the field. ...

EY Survey Finds Businesses Consider Cybersecurity an Afterthought

In a time where a lot of companies should be more concerned about their cybersecurity, EY has found in a recent survey that most companies aren't even considering this element as a priority. The EY Global Information Security Survey (GISS) found ...

DWise Partners with Digital Element for Location-Based Delivery

DWise, an advertising specialist firm based in Stockholm, has decided to partner with Digital Element to leverage its location-based services to offer better performance to customers. DWise utilizes programmatic data to help its customers directly ...

CyberArk Help Risk Reduction for Customers

CyberArk has become synonymous with privileged access management. They have released a state-of-the-art program called CyberArk Blueprint for Privileged Access Management Success. This program is designed to provide a phased and future-proof ...

Orange Egypt Using Red Hat for Horizontal Cloud Rollout

Red Hat has been a recognizable name in the open-source community for decades. Now, Orange Egypt is utilizing the open-source provider as a basis for its horizontal cloud development. The telecommunications provider opted for the open-source ...

Roswell Biotechnologies Working on DNA Data Storage

Humans have known that DNA could be used as a storage medium for data ever since Watson and Crick discovered the structure. However, translating data from DNA from a biological form into something digitally readable has been elusive. The US ...

Invento Robotics Striving For “Apple” Status

Ever since the debut of the Mitra robot at the 2017 Global Entrepreneur Summit, the Bengaluru-based startup, Invento Robotics has been striving to accomplish even more. Invento Robotics started in October of 2015 by Balaji Viswanathan, the ...

TrueSpot Creates Real-Time Location Services for Vehicles

TrueSpot, an IoT location-based platform designer, will be showcasing a new system they have created to aid in the real-time location of vehicles. In addition to their tracking service, TrueSpot also intends to showcase a real-time mapping system ...

MIT Develops AI to Update Wikipedia

Keeping encyclopedia entries up to date can be difficult. Still, MIT researchers believe they've found a way to make life easier for those engaged with ensuring the world's most frequented encyclopedia is up to date. The MIT team used an artificial ...

Security and Accuracy Worry with Technology-Based Census Reporting

The United States Census Bureau is planning to take to the internet for their reporting for the first time in 10 years. This is bringing up the skepticism of some due to the debacle of the Iowa Caucus and the delay in results. The plan is to ...

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