Netflix continues its quest to become the future of TV

Netflix continues its quest to become the future of TV

Here is a very good article about how Netflix is becoming the future of TV. I summarized it from Fortune for you. Netflix already dominates the market for streaming old movies and TV shows over the Internet, and it has built up a significant stable of original shows too, like Orange Is the New Black and House of Cards. But Netflix isn’t stopping there. The company is also expanding aggressively into new genres including comedy, unscripted “reality” shows, and international…

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6 things in tech you need to know this week

6 things in tech you need to know this week

A Chinese Internet giant bought a part of Tesla, Uber released its diversity numbers, Waze partners with a food company to offer a new feature, Facebook copied Snapchat again… Here are all the hottest tech news ! 1/ Chinese Internet giant Tencent bought a 5% stake in Tesla Source: recode.net 2/ Uber’s diversity numbers have been released Threatened by an investigation into sexual harassment in its workplaces, Uber released its diversity numbers for the first time. And they are on…

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The future of the car industry

The future of the car industry

You must have heard of Google’s self-driving-car suit against Uber for stealing autonomous car technology. Indeed, it has become hard to find a tech company which has not expressed an interest in any field of autonomous car technology : artificial intelligence, Lidar, and data security are now part of the everyday car speak. And cars are part of the everyday speak in severous parts of the world, especially in the US : according to the Department of Transportation , Americans make…

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9 things in tech you need to know this week

9 things in tech you need to know this week

The Super Bowl LI was held last weekend: a good opportunity for startups and tech companies to showcase themselves. Among other news, nearly a hundred tech companies are fighting against President Trump’s immigration ban, drones again, Snap’s IPO and more… So here is a review to keep up with what happened last week. 1/ Watch all the Super Bowl ads linked to tech & startups TechCrunch gathered for you all the tech-themed Super Bowl Commercials. Source: techcrunch.com 2/ Super Bowl…

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9 things in tech you want to know this month

9 things in tech you want to know this month

The tech industry has been very busy over the last few weeks : the CES took place in Las Vegas, new products were unveiled, other were launched, we learned more about Yahoo!’s future, and more… So here is what you don’t want to miss in January. 1/ Techcrunch 2016 year in review Let’s take a look back to what happened in tech in 2016. Source: techcrunch.com 2/ 2017 tech trends From AI & AR/VR to smart homes and self-driving cars,…

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Is Apple still an innovative company?

Is Apple still an innovative company?

Apple seems to decline recently. Is Steve Jobs starting to miss? Microsoft recently launched a website explaining how and why Macbook users should shift to Microsoft Surface devices. Over 2016 third semester, Apple Macs sales fell by 13%. The Apple Watch does not look like a best seller. The new “TouchBar” on the new MacBooks did not strike the tech world, especially compared to Microsoft’s Surface Studio and Surface Dial. So, what is wrong with Apple? Over the last fifteen…

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Microsoft is back in the game. Towards GAFAM?

Microsoft is back in the game. Towards GAFAM?

Over the last three years, Satya Nadella implemented a new strategy that seems to work. Microsoft is innovative again, and wants to go head to head with the GAFA.       Last week, Microsoft officially closed Linkedin’s acquisition for $26.2B. This announcement sounds as the conclusion to a very busy year for Microsoft. It dropped its Nokia entry-level smarphones’ division, it has partnered with Xiaomi, it announced a bunch of new products -including the “meant-to-be-Slack-killer” Microsoft Teams and an high-end all-in-one…

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