The Weekly Five Pointer: How to read Game of Thrones before 2019, a transatlantic cable, and other things you might’ve missed

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October 6, 2017

The Weekly Five Pointer: How to read Game of Thrones before 2019, a transatlantic cable, and other things you might’ve missed

Ever heard of Sputnik? Well, it’s for sale. Even if you’ve heard of Elon Musk, you may not know that his mom, Maye Musk, just landed a new job. And though you might recall learning about Paul Revere in history class, you might not have expected his name to make headlines in this century. All … Read more The Weekly Five Pointer: How to read Game of Thrones before 2019, a transatlantic cable, and other things you might’ve missed

LG Bets on Artificial Intelligence to Launch the LG G7 ThinQ And the OLED B8

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HK ARGENTINA and LG launched the ultra-premium smartphone LG G7 ThinQ and the Smart TV OLED B8 in the context of the #LGSMARTEXPERIENCE event held at the Patagonia Flooring Foundation in Buenos Aires. The initiative focused on the arrival of new products to the Argentine market. After a brief presentation by Sergio Jung, Mobile Product … Read more LG Bets on Artificial Intelligence to Launch the LG G7 ThinQ And the OLED B8

 CES 2018: Trends to Watch out for at This Year’s Show

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week is set to be packed with interesting announcements from the big players of the tech scene as well as some start-up newcomers. A handful of gadgets have already made their debut at the CES Unveiled event ahead of the show’s official opening, but what … Read more  CES 2018: Trends to Watch out for at This Year’s Show

5 Questions with IBM's Paolo Sironi

Source: LinkedIn  IBM’s Watson is the machine that crushed Ken Jennings at Jeopardy, analyzes sports statistics to improve player performance, churns through 60 million pages of medical journals a second, and is learning to make diagnoses and treatment recommendations. Now, it’s being used to revolutionize the world of finance. Watson has grown up and its … Read more 5 Questions with IBM's Paolo Sironi