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The tiny Klug home promises massive wi-fications in what we ought to assume of hubs and controllers

in case you live in a related home, you’ve possibly spent a notable deal of time customizing it for yourdesires and possibilities. That’s because the smart domestic is sincerely rather dumb, till you’ve investeda while teaching it: even as some clever–home components—consisting of the Nest thermostat—areable to gaining knowledge of on their own, there aren’t any linked–domestic hubs that do. ... Read More »

Twitter CEO Dorsey: here’s what Wall street doesn’t get about us

As Twitter’s stock tanked after sales fell brief of projections and disappointing steering for the second onearea, CEO Jack Dorsey sat down for an interview to speak about what Wall avenue has incorrect about theenterprise, and his vision for the future. no matter the stock sinking by means of more than 13 percentage in after-hours trading Tuesday, Dorsey insisted that ... Read More »

Neuronal feedback could change what we ‘see’

Ever see something that isn’t really there? Could your mind be playing tricks on you? The “tricks” might be your brain reacting to feedback between neurons in different parts of the visual system, according to a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience by Carnegie Mellon University Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Sandra J. Kuhlman and colleagues. Understanding this feedback ... Read More »

Cramer: What made the bulls run like crazy

Tuesday scored a clear market win for the bulls. Jim Cramer saw the perfect confluence of events that allowed stocks to soar higher. The first event that took place hinged on two pieces of data that came out of China. Investors learned that things were even worse than many thought when manufacturing numbers matched the lowest level in seven years. ... Read More »

Here’s what we know about LG G5’s US availability and pricing so far

As you might already know, LG’s newest flagship smartphone – the G5 – was unveiled at the ongoing Mobile World Congress yesterday. If you are in the US, and are planning to purchase the device, here’s what we know about its availability and pricing so far: AT&T AT&T has confirmed that it will carry the LG G5 as well as ... Read More »

WWJGD? (What Would Justice Garland Do?)

Yesterday, President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to replace Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. How he might rule on issues of interest to the tech community is unknown, but by all accounts, a Justice Garland would bring intelligence and thoughtful jurisprudence to the bench. The Court is too critical to our nation’s work to let a seat stand vacant for ... Read More »

What are the long-term implications for children with cancers affecting vision?

reat deal of emphasis is put on managing and removing childhood diseases as quickly and effectively as possible, and rightly so. Less attention is paid to the long-term health of a child who has been through substantial physical and mental trauma. Retinoblastoma accounts for 2-3% of all childhood cancers. A recent study, published in the journal Cancer, followed up patients ... Read More »

What happens when Google Doc credentials are leaked on the Dark Web

A security company recently laid tempting bait online in order to see how hackers would react. The findings aren’t surprising but show how quickly leaked data is used by shady characters. California-based Bitglass, which specializes in cloud-based security, created a fake digital identity for an employee of a non-existent bank. The details included credentials for a Google Drive account, complete ... Read More »

The Trade: What February brings for markets

Getty Images Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. January was a month to forget for investors due to a synchronized sell-off in stocks around the world. But as February comes around, the market’s uptrend may resume, if history is any guide. Using data from Kensho, a tool designed to quantify historical market events, CNBC Pro ... Read More »

Cramer: What the LinkedIn disaster means to you

While the market on Monday was a total bloodbath, Jim Cramer doesn’t want investors to forget that Friday was terrible, too. Friday’s carnage all stemmed from the horrific forecasts of high growth technology stocks LinkedIn and Tableau Software, which caused anything related to mobile, social and cloud to go into a tailspin. “The pin action from these two quarters was ... Read More »