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McCrory signs law streamlining ride sharing regulations By Clip Syndicate Ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft officially have the green light in North Carolina. ...Read More »
Hacker Who Helped Infect Million Computers Pleads Guilty By Bloomberg News A Latvian hacker pleaded guilty in New York to helping develop a virus that infected more than a million computers worldwide, tricking online banking customers into revealing passwords and other security information. ...Read More »
Tune In Sunday Night for Latest Read on Chinas Yuan Challenge By Bloomberg News With the August U.S. jobs report out of the way, its time to look ahead to the next big data point in global financial markets. ...Read More »
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Underwater Vehicles By Clip Syndicate Known as one of the leading experts in underwater vehicles the Naval Support Activity Panama City is preparing to share that knowledge with others from across the world in the same field. ...Read More »
Warner Robins painting the town blue to support law enforcem By Clip Syndicate Local business owners and residents are painting the town blue to show their support for the men and women who risk their lives to keep us safe. ...Read More »
Latvian Hacker Says Hell Plead Guilty in U.S. Gozi Virus Case By Bloomberg News A Latvian hacker said hell plead guilty in the U.S. to charges linked to the spread of the Gozi Virus, which helped thieves steal data and millions of dollars from online accounts. ...Read More »
Latvian Hacker Says Hell Plead Guilty in U.S. Gozi Virus Case By Bloomberg News A Latvian hacker said hell plead guilty in the U.S. to charges linked to the spread of the Gozi Virus, which helped thieves steal data and millions of dollars from online accounts. ...Read More »
Apple Relies More on IPhones as Cook Prepares New Models By Bloomberg News For all the attention Apple has received this year for its new smartwatch and music service, or rumors about an updated TV deviceand building a car, the company is increasingly dependent on the iPhone. ...Read More »
The Robots and the Humans By Mark Skilton The UK Government has reportedly issued an investigation into the threat of robots taking over many jobs due to the increasingly rapid growth of Artificial Intelligence. How big a threat is it? What jobs will be taken or will it create new jobs, new products and markets? The issue of robots taking over humans has been embedded into popular culture with the likes of the Terminator films. While more recently the rise of driverless cars, the creeping emergence of automated speech answering services and self-service through the digitisation of common tasks from banking to ordering food. A 2013 Oxford Martin Institute study suggested 47% of low and semi-skilled jobs would be replaced by computer algorithms in the next two decades. ...Read More »

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