In the first official U.S. visit of China’s President Xi Jinping this week, nothing speaks louder than one single photo on China’s hopes for its high-tech diplomacy.
How Apple News changes publishing, and how we publish to Apple News.
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Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele sent a troop of nerdy models down his spring 2016 runway on Wednesday, during Milan Fashion Week
Button-up blouses and delightfully tacky neck ties stole the show. In minimal makeup, the model’s faces were instead accessorized with oversized wire glasses and sparkly plastic frames.
The look was a mashup of snazzy, power-women from the ’70s and the cast of Freaks and Geeks
When she wasn’t kicking ass and saving the world, actress Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman character killed it in the style game as alias Diana Prince. Read more…
It’s been a rough year for code-embedded objects, from fraud to bankruptcy to connected things just not working.
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Some people play video games to relax or have fun. Others try to go as fast as humanly possible, spending hours and hours finding tricks and battling against the clock of their favorite games.
All the analytics tools in the world won’t do a company much good if it doesn’t know what data it has to analyze. Tamr offers a free, downloadable tool designed to help tackle that “dark data” problem.
Dark data generally refers to all the information an organization collects, processes and stores but doesn’t use for analytics or other purposes. It’s often unstructured or qualitative data that’s harder to keep track of than numerical data is, and by research firm IDC’s reckoning, it can account for as much as 90 percent of an organization’s information assets.
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See Pluto’s mountains and basins in “extended color”
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