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Medical firm puts vTax and SAN to sleep to save £30,000 with Scale

Oxford-based medical equipment manufacturer Penlon has saved about £30,000 by ditching its HPE server and SAN infrastructure for hyper-converged infrastructure from Scale Computing. The move enables the company, which specialises in anesthesia systems, to avoid spend on physical servers and SAN hardware, as well as VMware licensing costs. Penlon has about 200 employees at two […]

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New Pixel 3 XL Prototype Leak Confirms Huge Screen Notch And Chin

Share to email Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Share to google Ryan Whitwam , Contributor A lover of Android, keyboards, and other things that go beep. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. XDA Forums Leaked images of a supposed Pixel 3 XL prototype. Screen notches are all the rage […]

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These Startups Are Using AI and Virtual Reality to Fight Mental Illness

Mental health professionals and entrepreneurs have a message for those suffering from anxiety and depression: You are not alone. That message seems especially relevant in 2018. The sudden deaths of Kate Spade, the fashion designer and entrepreneurial icon, and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain this week shine a light on a systemic problem: Mental illness. Both Spade and […]

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Can You Spot the Hidden Images in These Psychedelic Landscapes?

Terri Loewenthal uses special reflective optic lenses to project multiple landscapes in one frame, like this image taken in Lone Rock, Arizona. A California transplant, Loewenthal intended her photo series to celebrate the spirit of the American West. Above, a sloping blue mountain in Lundy Canyon, California. Loewenthal takes her Psychscapes images on camping trips—like […]

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Lyft Redesigns Its App—and Strategy—for the Age of Sharing

Before Lyft was Lyft, it was a struggling California startup called Zimride. Cofounder and CEO Logan Green launched it in 2007 (the name was an ode to Zimbabwe’s carpooling culture), aiming to connect college kids who needed rides with those who had cars. John Zimmer, now Lyft’s president, signed on with the idea that putting […]

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YouTube's Slow-Mo Guys Break Down Their Quick Thinking

High-speed cameras, commonly known as slow motion cameras, imbue milliseconds with the weight they’re so rarely granted. A balloon pops, with the water inside it still holding its shape; a bullet shot underwater leaves an attenuated cone of air in its wake. Daniel Gruchy and Gavin Free, known on YouTube as The Slow Mo Guys, […]

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3 Hiring Principles for Building an Award-Winning Company

As we all know, great talent is both hard to find and really expensive. You can’t compete with Google, Apple, or Facebook on compensation. So, how do you build a powerful team of talented people who share the same values and passion as you? How do you compete with everyone else who can clearly outbid you? Last year, […]

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Keh Do Na Lyrics – Rahul Vaidya RKV

Keh Do Na Lyrics by Rahul Vaidya RKV feat Anusha Sareen is sung and composed by him while Manoj Muntashir has written its lyrics with Rahul Vaidya RKV.

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Thursday's Google Doodle Celebrates Anesthesiologist Virginia Apgar

Google Virginia Apgar was the first woman to become a full professor at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 109th birthday of physician Virginia Apgar, who developed the scale doctors still use to quickly gauge the health of newborn babies: the Apgar score. The Apgar score a 0-10 scale […]

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Does It Matter If China Beats the US to Build a 5G Network?

Technical standards for the next generation of wireless services aren’t even finalized, yet the US and China are already locked in a crucial race to be the first country to deploy a so-called 5G network. Or at least that’s what both the US government and the wireless industry say. “The United States will not get […]

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Vietnam set to tighten clamps on Facebook and Google, threatening dissidents

HANOI/SINGAPORE (Reuters) – A struggle over internet laws in Vietnam is pitting a government keen on maintaining tight control against U.S. technology companies trying to fight off onerous new rules – with the country’s online dissidents among the biggest losers. Rights activist Le Van Dung (R) live streams on Facebook in a coffee shop in […]

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