Technology

General Electric

GE Plans World's Largest Laser-Powered 3D Printer

The Atlas printer is designed to churn out parts up to one meter long, including entire engine blocks for automobiles.
Chatbots

Choosing the Right Chatbot Program Could Be Your Best Customer Service Move

Chatbots are ideal for how consumers increasingly prefer to communicate with brands.
Robots

Watch These Sumo Wrestling Robots Battle It Out

They already act as chefs and priests, now robots are getting in the ring.
Amazon

With Whole Foods Purchase, Amazon Just Bought a Playground for Big Data

Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods isn't about automating checkout -- it's about bringing Amazon's online analytics to the offline world.
Business Moving Forward

A Different Kind of Space Race: How Far-Out Tech Changes the Way You Live

Innovations developed for interstellar exploration is inside many of the products in your home. Where will future versions lead?
Schools

Where Most Employees at Facebook, Google, Apple and Other Top Tech Companies Went to School

From Stanford to Carnegie Mellon, if you dream of working in tech, going to one of these schools could increase your chances.
Office Etiquette

Ask the Etiquette Expert: 8 Rules for Texting at Work

An employee vexed by a co-worker's texting needs to politely speak up or back off.
Virtual Reality

Startup Looks to Boost VR Resolution by 70 Percent

You won't be able to buy a Varjo headset any time soon, but it promises resolutions 70 times greater than what current virtual reality headsets offer.
Apple

How iOS 11 Brings Steve Jobs's Vision for the iPad to Life

Three features coming in iOS 11 could change the way I work on the road, and bring to life a vision Steve Jobs had for the iPad back in 2010.
Apple

Apple May Build a Car, But No One Will Buy It

Based on Tim Cook's comments and the company's core competencies, autonomous ride-sharing tech could bring Apple success via robo-taxis.
Connected home

Connected Home Might Be the Next Big Thing But Connected Pet Is Big Right Now

People seem less interested in refrigerators that text them to buy milk than seeing their pets are safe and happy while they're at work.
Innovation

Actually, There's Not an App for That: Innovation and the Physical World

By pairing software and hardware in inventive new ways, visionary companies can disrupt even the most disjointed or stagnant industry.
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