Thursday , September 21 2017

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Our favorite pitches from Alchemist Accelerator’s 16th batch

Alchemist Accelerator, known for its specialty in working with enterprise startups, held its 16th demo day at Microsoft’s offices in Mountain View, California. 18 startups pitched ideas ranging from more traditional marketplaces to frontier aerospace technology. Addressing the packed auditorium before the pitches began, Ravi Belani, managing partner at Alchemist, …

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Curley soccer rallies to beat McDonogh

After surrendering an own goal in the third minute and playing sluggishly throughout the first half, the Friars were able to find their way, and it was the dynamic forward tandem of Ben Stitz and Tommy Sidleck that paved the way. Stitz scored two second-half goals both from Sidleck passes …

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Get Cooking With These New Foodie Books For Fall

Photo: jamieoliver on Instagram  Whether you’re a seasoned pro or simply a newbie who wants to master a few new dishes, autumn is a perfect time to master your culinary skills. For Fall 2017, try turning to the latest cookbooks that have hit the shelves. From the latest reads written by …

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Rumor: Intel Has Pushed 10nm Cannon Lake Back to 2018

Intel has already delayed Cannon Lake several times, as it tweaks the process and pulls the rollout back on track, but the company’s efforts may not have been enough. There are multiple reports Intel has pushed Cannon Lake back into 2018, though evidence is scant on the ground. The basis …

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Apple’s New A11 Bionic Packs One Hell of a Wallop

For the past five years, Apple has built its own CPU cores and marched to the beat of its own unique drum. Unlike the various Android vendors, including Samsung and Qualcomm, Apple has eschewed higher core counts in favor of better single-threaded performance. While companies like Qualcomm went wide, with …

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Intel, Waymo Are Working on Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars occupy a bit of an odd position in technology at the moment. While the topic has been fairly popular, and spawned additional interest in concepts like machine learning and AI, the actual nuts and bolts of how various companies are implementing self-driving technology are hush-hush. Marketing presentations and …

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What Happened to the Tech Job Boom?

In the 1990s, we witnessed the explosion of the PC revolution and the early days of the internet era. It spurred a stock market boom and a brief period of a federal US budget surplus. The optimism of that decade supposed whatever disruptions to existing industries – and their workers …

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