Algorithmic trading is growing field in finance that uses computers to execute securities trades. With growing research in artificial intelligence and machine learning, a computer’s ability to interact with markets and other human phenomena has rapidly increased. The financial sector is becoming increasingly reliant on computers for finding transactions, making markets, and executing trades, and […]
It has been awhile since I’ve written an article, but I’ve found the chatter surrounding “hidden city ticketing,” an approach to obtaining cheaper air tickets to be a worthwhile discussion. Orbitz and United Airlines have recently entered a lawsuit against Aktarer Zaman, the twenty-two year old founder of Skiplagged, a website that helps users find cheap […]
At the recent Google I/O 2014 conference, Google announced several new android and chrome projects and goals, with an emphasis on affordability and wearables. But what stood out was the demo of the first modular phone to come out of Project Ara. Around the beginning of last year, an organization called PhoneBloks started a campaign to develop […]
Wallpaper. In the old days it was used to cover walls. It is composed of strips of paper that are pasted on the wall of a room to give a textured or decorative effect. Aren’t wallpapers great? They give colour, design and art to a blank and dull flat surface. They give life to a […]
Nokia unveiled the gorgeous new Lumia 920 on the 5th of this month, and there’s no denying that it’s impressive. Compared to its predecessor, the new Lumia has a higher quality display, a better camera, and a faster processor. Plus, the Lumia has built-in wireless charging support. The camera makes use of PureView algorithms and a special […]
Apple’s Genius Bar ad campaign made its debut during the Olympics last month, with the purpose of showing off Apple products and attracting consumers in need of tech support. The ads, which I will include below, consist of comical interactions between Apple Geniuses and clueless customers. Many critics are disgusted that Apple made customers appear […]
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