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What drones can do for you

July 29, 2014 | BRIAN S HALL

From a PR standpoint this is not a good time to be a drone. Most mentions of drones in the media are not particularly flattering. You hear about military drones, predator drones, pepper-spray-bullet drones--yes, really--and drones used by creepy guys. Any mention of the word drone is usually followed by the potential threats drones pose to our safety and our privacy.


Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13: Better than ever at letting you speak freely

July 29, 2014 | CHRISTOPHER NULL

Now in its 17th year and its 13th release, Dragon NaturallySpeaking remains the benchmark for Windows-based speech-to-text technology. At this point in the game, anyone who wants to use speech recognition software is probably already using it. Nonetheless, Dragon is hoping to entice new users to the product by adding new features and cutting the price of last year's $200 release. But will a $100 price tag and an incremental improvement in quality finally make you talk the talk?


RBS CIO Scott Marcar leaves

July 29, 2014 | ANH NGUYEN

Scott Marcar, CIO for corporate and institutional banking (CIB) at Royal Bank of Scotland, is leaving the bank to take up another opportunity.


Amazon launches 3D printing store with customizable items

July 29, 2014 | IAN PAUL

Amazon wants to bring 3D printing to everyone--even if you don't have the skills to create trinkets and doodads on a 3D printer at home. The online retail giant announced the Amazon 3D Printed Products Store on Monday, which offers more than 200 3D-printed products for purchase.

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