It may be a countervailing factor in a cooling market, as opposed to a accelerating factor in a hot market. There are a lot of political and economic "plates in the air" right now, and financial markets have been extremely volatile. In recent weeks, the economic indicators have been mostly quite positive, but just weeks ago they were quite negative, so we can't take for granted what direction indicators will go in the near future. We simply don't know. … [Read more...] about What will happen to SF home prices if Slack, Airbnb, Uber and Lyft go public?
“So whichever airport the technology's deployed in, it's pretty much not visible to the passenger unless the airport chooses to make some of the data visible. So, for example, you'll quite often see wait times [on] screens in airports driven by our technology. This technology has really been used to measure wait times and things like that, but now obviously the focus has shifted towards trying to help airports keep their environment safe,” Strens said. … [Read more...] about Airports embracing new social distancing technology that can track travelers’ movements while in line
Since 1984, adidas has been pioneering wearable technology in sports, intent on playing a deeper role in the lives of athletes and, enabling them on the journey to unleash their best. In his keynote, Qaizar Hassonjee, vice president of innovation at adidas Digital Sports will share adidas' vision for a future where individuals actively manage their sports, and fitness data to shape their lives. Attendees will hear about how adidas plans to open up the miCoach platform to create new opportunities for developers and consumers. … [Read more...] about adidas’ Qaizar Hassonjee to Share miCoach Technology at FAST Expo
“There’s a lot of new creative thinking about [carbon capture and storage], but the thing we’re not looking at is the fact that you extract the fossil fuels itself is a decision point of emitting significant amounts of methane," Gina McCarthyRegina (Gina) McCarthyOvernight Energy: EPA weakens power plant pollution rule | DOJ lets companies skip paying penalties during pandemic | Trump eyes plan to pay companies to keep crude in the ground Green groups sue after EPA suspends enforcement of pollution monitoring due to coronavirus Democrats slam EPA proposal not to tighten air quality standards MORE, who led the Environmental Protection Agency under former President Obama, said earlier this year. … [Read more...] about IRS proposes guidance for expanded carbon capture tax credit
The social network eventually did incorporate open registration, and, as Zuckerberg predicted, users have repeatedly fumed against the company for failing to live up to the expectation that it was a private space. In 2015, Facebook claimed to have cut off third-party developers from users’ personal information, but the company had struck deals permitting blue-chip partners access to that data that continued for years. Users saw the Cambridge Analytica scandal as evidence the company didn’t care to safeguard their data. And rumors persist that the company is listening to users and targeting them with ads based on their conversations. (It may be listening, but not for ads.) … [Read more...] about Mark Zuckerberg’s Private Notebook Shows Fixation on Illusion of Privacy