Month: August 2017

Venture – EM Sports

Prosjektet Joint venture EM skal bistå breddeklubber i fotball med å ta i bruk flere nye kontantstrømmer, samt konsolidere eksisterende kontantstrømmer. Det skal gjøres ved bruk av noe ny teknologi og noe eksisterende teknologi, alt avpasset avdekkede behov og vilje til å ta nye løsninger i bruk. For å sikre gjennomføringen og etableringen av prosjektet er flere prosjekteierne allerede aktører i næringen, med ulik og komplementerende spisskompetanse. Det betyr at prosjektet vokser ut av eksisterende leverandører av infrastruktur, oppdragsgivere, markedskanaler, nettverk og andre nødvendige driftsfunksjoner. Leveransen er “maya” (most advanced yet acceptable) og vil oppleves som “plug and play”...

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Google’s Disturbing Influence Over Think Tanks

The first thing you see when you walk into the offices of the New America Foundation in Washington is the Eric Schmidt Ideas Lab, a space named after the executive chairman of Google’s parent company. Google, Mr. Schmidt and his family’s foundation are the principal funders of that think tank. On Wednesday, New America’s president, Anne-Marie Slaughter, issued a statement saying that Barry Lynn, a pre-eminent scholar there, had been fired for “his repeated refusal to adhere to New America’s standards of openness and institutional collegiality.” Les mer...

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Snapchat And Facebook Are Going To Change Television Forever

Steven Levy, the sixty-something journalist who spent over a decade’s worth of his career working as a senior writer for the Wired Magazine, left the organization in 2014 to establish his own media publication. Today, three years since that fateful resignation, Levy has returned to Wired once again after its parent company acquired Backchannel, the tech-specific digital magazine that was Levy’s brainchild. One of his first articles since his return to his home publication, not surprisingly, was about the birth and rise of the television industry that he has witnessed throughout his life. In his article, Levy chronicled the...

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Apple teases the future of augmented reality apps

For years, augmented reality has been the stuff of science fiction. When Tom Cruise flung virtual case files around the room in “Minority Report” and Robert Downey Jr. prototyped his “Iron Man” suit using 3D holograms, you knew those films meant future. Now, Apple (AAPL, Tech30) wants to take a step toward making those concepts a reality. Back in June, the company teased ARKit — a set of tools that enable developers to create augmented reality apps. Les mer...

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