In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang will discuss whether it's time to buy new hardware and pick the winner of a rare 2nd-gen Threadripper shirt signed by AMD's Lisa Su and Jim Anderson.
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This cats-and-dogs adversarial relationship between engineering and design needs to end. It’s bad for morale, bad for users, and makes products less competitive.
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The smartphone market isn’t growing. Average phone prices are declining. And brash smartphone startups are going out of business. That’s the good news.
From simple step counters, we have seen wearable technology evolve to include heart rate and sleep pattern monitoring as well as patients’ ability to measure blood pressure and other statistics, moving beyond the realms of merely well-being and fitne...
Technology is enhancing the relationship between clinicians and their patients, providing a more seamless and accurate interaction with real-time updates, and the ability to manage health issues remotely, while simultaneously reducing the per capita ...
With both businesses and consumers demanding to purchase products and services this way, the only question now is how quickly every industry adapts.
Google has made it easier to see and control what parts of your data it collects from you, but the decision to make it private is harder than it's ever been.
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