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  • AWS technology is making higher-end video production and delivery workflows more accessible to crews like us who can not afford to spend six figures on expensive hardware that will eventually phase out. Amazon Web Services
  • The Colorado Economic Development Commission normally does not throw its weight behind unproven startups, but it did so on Thursday, approving $2.9 million in state job growth incentive tax credits to try and land a manufacturing plant that will produce hardware for quantum computers. The Denver Post
  • IoT would lead to 2 million job openings by 2020 and the IDC analysis group predicts that by the end of 2017, 60% of manufacturers will shift their focus to analytics from sensors and hardware. Machine Design
  • A trusted source indicated that Spotify will soon be following the footsteps of Snap as an app company that dived into the hardware business. Tech Times
  • In 2021, more than 83 million annual shipments of wearables will be procured for business and that related revenues from hardware sales will exceed $14 billion. ABI Research
  • A seizure-detecting app could do a much better job of detecting seizures (and avoiding false positives) if it could look for the heart rate fluctuations that often accompany the onset of a seizure. Huffington Post
  • The current dearth of hardware will make it difficult for people to experience VR for themselves. Crosscut
  • Google could be creating a mobile VR headset under its flagship Nexus brand. Slashdot
  • EVE will allow remote users to gain the productivity benefits of high-end computing environments. Serious Insights
  • A single PC with EVE will be able to do to the job of dozens of monitors. Serious Insights
  • An effort to give German companies an edge in building the factories of the future is under threat from a similar initiative sponsored by U.S. tech companies. Bloomberg
  • All Samsung televisions will be IoT devices. The Independent
  • By the end of 2019, there will be over 60 million Samsung Smart TVs in use worldwide that can offer the iTunes app, which does not include any possible firmware upgrades to pre-2018 models, already dwarfing Apple TV's installed base. Market research, data, reports, marketing insights and analytics, forecasts and intelligence covering a range of technology industries.Also consumers surveys, custom consulting and events.
  • The US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts just 135,000 new jobs will be created in software development between 2014 and 2024. Raconteur
  • The US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts just 135,000 new jobs in software development over 2014 to 2024. Institute for New Economic Thinking
  • The range of work done by IBM in India shows that offshoring threatens even the best-paying American tech jobs. NY Times
  • U.S. manufacturers will actually see a shortage of more than two million skilled workers over the next 10 years. Communitech News
  • There will be a need for drone-traffic optimizers to control and regulate airspace. Digitalist Magazine

Last updated: 19 September 2021


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