When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg bought the little-known VR (Virtual Reality) company Oculus Rift (now renamed as just Oculus) for an eye-popping $2 billion in 2014, many Wall Street experts were left wondering if he was spending too much money on a niche technology that may never become mainstream enough to recoup the investment. After all he paid only $1 billion for photo app Instagram which became a smash hit… Read More »Is the World Finally Ready for VR?
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As the pandemic crisis has forced many schools to adapt to an online-only curriculum, students in rural areas are having a difficult time adapting to this new way of learning. Across the U.S., almost 17 million children lack the high-speed home internet access needed for online learning, according to an Alliance for Excellent Education analysis published in July 2020. The problem has become so bad for some families, that some… Read More »Students in Rural Tennessee Struggle to Access High-Speed Internet
Tucked away in rural Jackson Hole is the Center for the Arts, a location which will hold the 7th annual Wyoming Global Technology Summit. Most people unfamiliar with the Cowboy State know Wyoming as the new home of Kanye West’s Yeezy campus, and it is quickly becoming a rural hub for innovation and technology. This year’s summit will go on as planned and will feature tech entrepreneurs, government leaders, investors… Read More »Wyoming Global Technology Summit 2020
Edge computing brings cloud resources (compute, networking, storage) closer to applications, devices and users. In order for edge computing to be widely adopted by businesses around the world, it will take a commitment from these large companies to build out a massive distributed network. A new market must be established beyond telcos and content studios, where the demand for edge computing and analytics in real-time justifies the investment by large… Read More »Top 10 Ways to Use Edge Computing
When you ask people around the country what pastimes they would associate with the state of Tennessee, most answers will likely include country music, bourbon and great BBQ. While those pastimes are definitely part of the local culture, what is commonly overlooked is Tennessee’s commitment to agriculture and farming. Farmland covers roughly 44% of Tennessee’s available land, which its farmers use to produce commodities such as livestock, poultry, soybeans, corn… Read More »Autonomous Farming Grows in Tennessee