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How to arrange, delete Apple TV apps

Apple Insider even suggests that the new app relies on WiFiSLAM's technology. The new WMAR apps for iOS continue to showcase the breaking news and severe weather coverage you depend on, with brand-new features to improve your experience.


Is Artificial Intelligence A Smart Move For Facebook?

Is Artificial Intelligence A Smart Move For Facebook?

In other words, making it human-powered versus machine-powered allows Facebook to get a more authentic glimpse at how people want to use the product. Part of Facebook's research involves an advanced object recognition feature which is able to segment and distinguish between different objects in a photograph.


RSA on track to meet targets, insists chief executive

RSA on track to meet targets, insists chief executive

RSA's shares were trading near their highest level in nearly two years after Zurich Insurance Group AG made an initial 550 pence a share offer for the British insurer in August. After releasing a preliminary update in September, this morning (5 November) Zurich confirmed the outsized $275mn impact the explosion in the Chinese port would have on its quarterly numbers.


Microsoft to fund smart city start-ups: Satya Nadella

Microsoft to fund smart city start-ups: Satya Nadella

Anand Mahindra ended his talk on a lighter note.  Microsoft appears to be going in the right direction since Satya Nadella took over as CEO past year. One of the things about technology businesses is that you have to catch new waves and paradigm shifts. There's a PowerBI for business intelligence as well.


Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.B) What Next From Warren Buffet?

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.B) What Next From Warren Buffet?

Combined, the railroad, utilities, and energy companies remain attractive places for Berkshire to invest its capital. Looking forward, Berkshire is expected to benefit from its $40 billion acquisitions of Precision Cast parts and Duracell, when they are completed early next year, according to The Street .


Google doodle celebrates 201st birthday of Adolphe Sax, the saxophone inventor!

Google doodle celebrates 201st birthday of Adolphe Sax, the saxophone inventor!

Today's doodle has been created by Google doodler Lydia Nichols and the instruments that feature on the doodle are Saxtuba, Alto Sax, 7-Bell Trombone, Soprano Sax and 'Googlehorn'. The saxophone's invention made Adolphe Sax's reputation and secured him a job, teaching at the Paris Conservatoire in 1857. The new instrument, with a woodwind reed and a brass body, was a good fit for a military band, but it didn't get much respect from the musical establishment.