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2020 Trends in Tech

2020 trends in tech: A new year equal new trends. 2020 already has new trends in the tech world. Check out a few tech trends that are ready to takeover. “1. The New Wave Of Video Streaming  The Streaming Wars have gone hot, and CES 2020 will be a major battlefield with the likes of ...

Words describe the decade in tech

Check out some words describing the decade in tech “Algorithm In computing terms, this means a set of rules or a step-by-step process for performing a task. As a word it’s far older than the decade we’re finishing, but it’s gained notoriety over the past few years as the influence of social media has grown. ...

IPhone Lightning Connector Updates

IPhone Lighting Connector are changing “Apple could ditch the Lightning connector on the highest-end versions of the iPhone in 2021, meaning the devices will require wireless charging, according to a report on Thursday from Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at TF Securities. The removal of the Lightning cable, along with other differentiating updates, will boost shipments ...

Chicago’s tech market is growing

Chicago’s tech market is growing “Chicago’s tech market has continued to expand in recent years and according to a new report, some of that growth can be attributed to the increasing number of coastal tech firms relocating or expanding to the Windy City. CBRE’s annual Tech-30 Report, which measures the tech industry’s impact on office rents in ...

Sterling Bay is relocating in Chicago

Sterling Bay is relocating. “After selling its headquarters on the western border of the Fulton Market district, Sterling Bay is leaving for a new building it’s finishing on the trendy corridor’s eastern edge. The Chicago developer confirmed it is relocating its home base to a 19-story office building it will soon finish at 333 N. ...

Facial recognition tech may be coming to Music Festivals

Facial recognition tech may be coming to Music Festivals  “Concert promoters in the U.S. are stepping back from plans to scan festivalgoers with facial recognition technology, after musicians and others gave it some serious side-eye. Although it remains entirely possible that music venues will eventually take a second look at the controversial technology. Live-entertainment giants ...

Inside LinkedIn’s Expanded Chicago Office

(Photo: Tom Harris) Check Out LinkedIn’s Expanded Office “When LinkedIn first opened the doors of its Chicago office in 2008, it only occupied one floor in its West Loop building. Now, with several expansions, the California-based tech giant now occupies nearly six floors across 185,000 square feet and employs more than 750 people. The office, ...

A.I. Robot Makes 300 Pizzas Per Hour

“Picnic—a Seattle startup, —announced this past week that it has created an assembly platform that can make 300, 12-inch pizzas per hour (and 180 18-inch pizzas per hour), making this robot a first-of-its-kind. When a pizza is ordered, the order goes into a digital queue, prompting the robot to begin making the pie the moment ...

Uber launches Staffing Business in Chicago

Uber launches Staffing Business “Uber gets you to work. Now, it can help you get work. Uber is launching a staffing platform here in Chicago, Crain’s reported. The new branch of Uber’s business will provide companies with on-demand temporary employees — and gig workers with more ways to make money. The appropriately named Uber Works ...
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