Toyota’s ‘Fine-Comfort Ride’ fuel cell concept aims for long-range flexibility

 Toyota is debuting a new concept vehicle for the forthcoming Tokyo Motor Show, and it’s a fuel cell vehicle that’s designed to get around 1,000 km (around 621 miles) on a single hydrogen pack that can be refuelled in about 3 minutes total. The concept looks like an aggressively future-styled minivan, though it’s billed as a “premium saloon,” and it’s ...

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The Moto Z gets its very own Alexa smart speaker

 It was just a matter of time, really. Motorola’s been teasing Alexa integration since Mobile World Congress in February. Back then, the company previewed a sort of “experimental” Mod for the Moto Z sporting Amazon’s insanely popular smart assistant. The add-on is finally really real and set to start shipping next month. The AI has already slowly made its way ...

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Can a Mobile App Save Your Construction Company Time and Money? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Like any other business, the foundation of a successful construction business depends on effective communication and documentation. And this is where many construction companies — especially the small businesses — tend to struggle. The Rise of Mobile Construction Apps That’s why, a growing number of construction companies are now turning to mobile apps to get organized. An Effective ‘App’roach to ...

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How to prevent a KRACK attack on your Wi-Fi

Do you know what Krack is? In case you missed it, it’s a newly discovered vulnerability and it affects virtually all your gadgets when you use Wi-Fi. It can allow an attacker to steal your information and even install malware. Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself and everyone you know.

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Q&A: How do you change the default web browser on a Mac?

Question from Camilla P.:  I’ve always owned Windows computers but my daughter talked me into trying a Macbook after my six year old Toshiba laptop died a few weeks ago. I tried using Safari for several days but I finally broke down and installed Firefox. I’ve used it for years and I’m just more comfortable […] The post Q&A: How ...

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Fantastical maker cleverly redefines contact apps with CardHop

 Flexibits, the company behind popular calendar app Fantastical, is releasing a new app for macOS today. CardHop is another take on a default productivity app. This time, the company is trying to improve the Contacts app. It is available on the Mac App Store for $19.99, with a $14.99 introductory sale. I’ve been using CardHop for a few weeks, and ...

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Nielsen will now measure TV audiences on Netflix

 Nielsen is hoping to make the viewership numbers for the shows airing on streaming services a little less of a mystery. The company is today announcing a new service, Nielsen Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD) Content Ratings, to measure streaming services’ programs in a way that’s comparable to linear TV. That includes ratings, reaches, frequency and segmentation reporting,… Read More

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Apple’s Project Titan self-driving test car has a lot going on up top

 When one self-driving technology entrepreneur highlights the efforts of another company working on autonomous vehicles, you pay attention: That’s what happened with Voyage co-founder MacCallister Higgins, who tweeted a short video of the top of Apple’s ‘Project Titan’ test Lexus SUV, outfitted with a suite of sensors and autonomous hardware. This isn’t the first… Read More

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Six Tips To Avoid Project Team Attrition

Employee attrition can hamper your team’s ability to meet deadlines and negatively affect overall engagement. Productivity suffers when high employee turnover forces you to bring in new people on a regular basis. Your employees need clear expectations, interesting challenges, and opportunities for deeper engagement with the work they’re doing. Use these tips to keep your employees engaged and your team ...

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