My experience using the Trello collaboration app.
The Starship is a "personal courier" robot that autonomously makes deliveries. The robot is monitored and tracked, and only the person who ordered the delivery can open the storage compartment.
This artwork is of a fictional tribe of telepathic cyborgs who have colonized a distant moon. In my mind, these beings are remarkably different, but they contain the same magical spark that exists in the present human race.
I have been getting acquainted with a drawing app that I believe will help me create more artwork and transition from traditional drawing to digitally sketched artwork. I am used to creating doodles and sketches on notepads and on miscellaneous pieces of paper that I find in my home. Over the years, I never really maintained or organized my illustrations. Consequently, I lost, damaged, and discarded a lot of my drawings.
Bounce TV recently launched an app that allows you to watch your favorite episodes from the network on your android device. So if you are a fan of shows on Bounce TV such as Saints & Sinners, A Different World, Mann & Wife, Family Time, Half & Half, the Parent ‘Hood, In the Cut, or the Bernie Mac Show, you are in luck. Bounce TV also features sports and movies.
Today, the District of Columbia held a groundbreaking event for its new Inclusive Innovation Incubator that will be located on Howard University’s campus. The incubator, scheduled to open in Fall 2016, will be a venture capital hub that will promote technology and innovation opportunities for underrepresented businesses in the District.
The National Geographic Channel has a new television show that focuses on scientific and technological innovation. The show, Breakthrough, premiered on Sunday, November 1, 2015, at 9:00 p.m. ET. As part of an effort to promote the new show, National Geographic partnered with ride-sharing company Uber to offer free rides from a special fleet of vehicles that included a rare and exotic sports car, the McClaren P1.
There are 7 trillion reasons why CloudFlare deserves the celebratory spotlight. CloudFlare is a popular content delivery network that works in various ways to enhance the performance and security of millions of websites. On Sunday, September 27, 2015, CloudFlare reached its 5th birthday. The week before, CloudFlare celebrated the milestone by convening a summit and throwing a party.
Earlier this week, I was fortunate to be able to take part in an exciting technology demonstration. I attended a Google Developer Group (GDG-DC) event that included an overview of the Google Cloud Platform—a platform for developing applications and websites. The event featured an interactive demonstration of the Google Cloud Spin application which runs on the platform.
I recall the advent of multipurpose printers. I’m talking about the point on the printing-history timeline when printers technologically morphed into ground-breaking multi-featured machines.