Ray Kurzweil, Google Exec & Futurist!
Watch the GTS featured speaker Ray Kurzweil, American author, inventor, futurist and director of engineering at Google who is described as "the restless genius" by the Wall Street Journal and "the ultimate thinking machine" by Forbes. What insights did he share with the GTS audience? Find out now by watching the event's last power house speech. Click to Watch.
In WebVisions Today
Mon News: CBS, Google, Xbox and More
Product introductions, keynote and event clips, tech trends and more. Content, content, everywhere content. You don’t have time to find the best video clips that follow the latest developments in the technology market to keep you up to date. WebVisions does and from the best sources. Click to Watch!
In TAG Radio: Tech Talk
Pramod Sajja, Paramount Software Solutions, President
Premiering each Tuesday and Friday afternoon, TAG President Tino Mantella interviews Atlanta's top executives each week for the Tech Talk show. So, who’s who and what’s hot in Atlanta’s technology community? Listen to interviews with local technology CEOs, presidents, CIOs, CTOs and more in the know. Click to listen.
In TAG Events
2014 Business Launch Competition
TAG, Venture Atlanta, and the Metro Atlanta Chamber presented the 9th annual Business Launch Competition which is designed to provide startups with tools and resources to launch their businesses in Georgia. Four finalists are chosen to compete at a live final event for the $50,000 cash prize, $100,000 in donated services and more. Click to see the finalists and winner’s presentation.
Featured Speakers Event
Jack Shaw, Technology Futurist
In an “Accelerating Breakthrough Business Technologies” presentation, technology futurist Jack Shaw presents the new breakthrough business technologies and which Atlanta companies are currently showing the potential to become the technology leaders and industry giants of tomorrow through such technologies as ZipCar, Bit Coin and much more. Click to watch the event.
2014 Health Event
Explore the Fascinating World of Genomic Medicine
Discover how medicine will change based upon analyzing the "whole" person using genome sequencing, clinical and personal information; how this might impact today’s diseases such as sickle cell disease, asthma, and diabetes; the future of genetic counseling. Will personalized apps drive compliance? Click here!
Ted Turner: Hall of Fame Inductee
The Georgia Technology Summit is TAG’s annual flagship event that celebrates Georgia’s technology community. The event features the Top 40/Top 10 of the state’s technology companies, a State of the Industry Report, visionary speakers and the Hall of Fame Inductee and Award to Ted Turner for his satellite revolution! Click to watch the GTS Event. Click to watch Ted Turner’s fireside chat.
New Channel! Digital Georgia
North Georgia Digital Conference
Organized by the Georgia Technology Authority, the conference featured business and community leaders, economic developers, educators and students focused on North Georgia's digital future. The conference is the first in Georgia to highlight best practices in obtaining and using high-speed broadband in education, health care, business and government. Click to Watch!
In Channels: Venture Atlanta
Watch keynotes by executives from Canaan Partners, New Enterprise Associates, AirWatch and The Weather Channel. The annual Venture Atlanta event is a collaboration of three leading Georgia business organizations: Atlanta CEO Council, Metro Atlanta Chamber and TAG and, over the years since 2002, has assisted companies in raising over $1.1 billion dollars. Click to watch!
Breaking Tech News Articles All Day Long
On all the TAG TV pages, read up-to-the-minute RSS feed news articles from NBC, CNET, Wired, Tekzilla, Reuters, ABC and more. Explore and bookmark your favourite news feeds that usually refresh with numerous new stories each day. Stay informed and up to date with your favorite tech news feeds on TAG TV! There are hundreds each week! Be in the know!
At first, a lot of people didn’t get the iPad. “It’s just a really big iPhone,” the voices said when the Apple tablet made its debut. Some even called it a really big iPod Touch. “The unanswered question is whether we really need a ‘third device’—something to fill the gap between smartphone and laptop,” PCWorld […] The post Apple Can’t Say What the iPad Is for, But That’s the Whole Point appeared first on WIRED.
What would happen if you took a stack of tablet computers to a tiny schoolhouse in a remote part of Ghana and asked a group of fifth graders - who have never used a computer or the internet before - to use the mysterious devices to figure out the answer to a few basic questions? The post Going Global? The Growing Movement to Let Kids Learn Just by Tinkering appeared first on WIRED.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp. is preparing to launch a smartwatch within the next few weeks that will passively track a user's heart rate and work across different mobile platforms, Forbes reported on Sunday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the words of Buzz Lightyear, and U.S. Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel on Friday, U.S. regulators will look "to infinity and beyond" to harness new technology that can help build a new generation of mobile wireless connections.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea is trying to ease worries about online privacy after a domestic chat app lost customers to a foreign rival because of fears prosecutors in one the world's most wired countries might get access to online conversations.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc is expanding its online grocery delivery program to Brooklyn's well-heeled Park Slope neighborhood on Friday, giving the No. 1 U.S. online retailer a foothold in one of the wealthiest and densest markets in the United States.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's revenue fell short of Wall Street's expectations as growth in Internet advertising slowed in the most-recent quarter, offsetting a modest improvement in ad pricing, sending its shares down about 3 percent.
Mark L is back to tackle the biggest tech rumors of this week! On this week's episode of Rumor Roundup, Mark talks about LG upping its camera game by including a new 20.7 megapixel sensor in next year's LG G4, the next phone from Oppo, the Oppo N3, getting an upgraded dual-LED flash among several other upgraded specs, and Verizon competing against other flagship devices by releasing the carrier exclusive Motorola DROID Turbo. All this and more in this episode of Rumor Roundup!
For Samsung, the Galaxy Note formula is simple: increase the specs, and make the S Pen the device's centerpiece through some clever software tweaks. Over the past few years, the Note series has become a shining example of the stylus-centric smartphone, and the go-to choice for folks looking for a handset that can also replace a tablet. But, this year more than ever, it's no longer the only large phone on the block and that, by all accounts, terrifies Samsung.
Look around, and you'll find that it's getting harder and harder to find a phone with a small screen. Used to be that 4-inch phones were considered big. But now devices above the 5-inch threshold-sometimes even higher-are the norm, creating a strange paradox between the phone/tablet market. Be that as it may, there are still a few holdouts hanging on to the old one-handed dream. Devices like the iPhone 6 and Galaxy Alpha.
Jon R is back to tackle more questions and queries from Buffalo readers, viewers and fans! On this episode of Ask the Buffalo, Jon tackles the most burning questions in the world of tech including why high resolution 2K displays on smartphones aren't that much better than standard full hd displays, which entrepreneur has influenced him the most, and what fun activities he likes to do when he's not reviewing smartphones.
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