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Why hardware still counts in networking
InformationWeek
Software is revolutionizing network architecture, but hardware remains a critical part of the equation for data center scalability.
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Samsung's new graphene technology will double life of your lithium-ion battery
Tech Times
Samsung claims to be developing a new technology that can extend the life of a lithium-ion battery to double its current capacity on a single charge.
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New technology can detect illegal drugs from a single fingerprint
Sheffield Hallam University via News-Medical.Net
An innovative technology pioneered by Sheffield Hallam University academics can detect the presence of a range of illegal and designer drugs from a single fingerprint, which could be a valuable new tool in bringing drug dealers and other criminals to justice.
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Have a tough IT job to fill? Consider a veteran
Dallas Business Journal
Each year, about 250,000 service members leave the U.S. Armed Forces. The transition into a civilian career can be rocky. But there are programs in place to ease the transition for men and women exiting the military while filling tough-to-fill positions for employers, Robert McDonald, U.S. secretary of Veteran Affairs, said at a Veterans Employer Roundtable on Wednesday in Carrollton.
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Aquatic robots dive deep into Indian Ocean's health
Wired.co.uk
Aquatic robots will soon descend 2,000 meters below the surface of the Indian Ocean, before returning to transmit biological data to satellites in real time.
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FCC chief looks to prevent more 'gaming' of spectrum auctions
Dallas Business Journal
The head of the Federal Communications Commission aims to keep someone from doing in its next big spectrum auction what Dish Network and two small partners did in the last one.
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Augmented reality helps blind see the light
EE Times
Three hundred or so visually challenged people are getting assistance in seeing the world around them, thanks to augmented reality goggles developed at the University of Oxford in England. Smart Specs by Va-ST use 3-D mapping and depth sensing to provide object and facial recognition assistance.
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New 3-D microphones can pick conversation from a crowded room
Gizmodo
New microphone technology could make it easier for the robots of the future to hear us, an understand what we are saying — according to scientists. Researchers at Imperial College, led by Dr Patrick Naylor, have come up with a microphone that they say can be "zoomed in," just like you can zoom on a camera when taking video, to isolate only what you're looking for.
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North Texas App Incubator Seeks Startup Ideas
Code Authority Inc.
CodeLaunch is an annual App incubation competition accepting applications through May 31 for the fifth annual competition. All types of Apps are welcome, whether they be Mobile Apps, SAAS concepts, or something else. CodeLaunch is produced by Code Authority Custom Software. They provide the eventual winner with an investment in the form of free services.
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Cisco unveils IoT framework
InformationWeek
Cisco has been pushing what it called the Internet of Everything for a number of years, and recently expanded on its IoT strategy with the launch of the Cisco IoT system, including 15 new products. The framework is designed to streamline Internet of Things deployments.
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CyrusOne set to finalize $400M acquisition of Cervalis Holdings
Dallas Business Journal
Next week, Dallas-based data center company CyrusOne will close a $400 million acquisition of Cervalis Holdings LLC in New York.
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Where big data jobs are in 2015 — Midyear update
Forbes
It's fascinating to look at how the trends in big data-related hiring are shifting so rapidly in 2015. Using WANTED Analytics, the leading provider of data analytics on the workplace to check in and see what's new in big data-related hiring trends, the following key takeaways were found. WANTED Analytics has a specific skill set now called "Big Data," which was used to generate this analysis.
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UC San Diego researchers amp up Internet speeds
InformationWeek
Researchers at University of California, San Diego have blown through expected limits of data transmission on fiber optic cable, paving a new lane for faster Web surfing.
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Why workplace flexibility is the linchpin to employee happiness
Forbes
Employees are under the constant pressure to compete against their co-workers and to manage a growing workload. In a study, it was found that the "always on" work culture forces employees to complete work they don't have time to do during the day and many have the desire to get ahead for the following day as to eliminate even more burnout. Employees are still happy despite work burnout because they have come to terms with the new realities of the workplace. As more and more companies allow for flexible hours, employees will become happier and more engaged. Here are some ways that employers can create a more flexible work environment for employees so they don't get as burned out and can remain productive.
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