NEW YORK (AP) — Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Ron Chernow was honored by his peers this weekend and in turn shared a few tips about his craft.
Google Glass might not be the next iPad, but future versions of wearable computing devices like Glass are widely expected to be the next major consumer electronics revolution. There are still several technology hurdles preventing the proliferation of wearables, such as awful battery life and relatively poor display visibility, but one Brooklyn-based startup is looking to kill two birds with one stone. Lumiode founder and CEO Vincent Lee recently spoke with MIT’s Technology Review blog about his company’s work in the field of LED displays. “Unlike most displays, which have a light-emitting backplane and use filters to make the individual color pixels that collectively form images, Lumiode’s technology uses the light-emitting diodes as the pixels,” wrote Technology Review’s Rachel Metz. “They are
With the broadcast networks done unveiling their schedules, here is the full fall grid (see below) and some intriguing matchups for next season: Tuesday 8 PM: This is shaping out to be the biggest fall battleground, especially for male viewers. The Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC are going against the agents of NCIS on CBS. Also joining the fray is another younger-skewing new genre drama series, the CW’s Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals. Fox has new male-centered comedies Dads and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. All these shows (or those who survive) will have to go against the biggest broadcast reality show at the moment, NBC’s The Voice, in midseason. Will anyone blink? Related: Tuesday “Comedy Sigalert” Back Thursday 9 PM: Robin Williams vs. Sean Hayes. The two comedy veterans are returning to TV with new series (Williams in CBS’ The Crazy Ones and Hayes in NBC’s Sean Saves The World) and will face off in one of the highest-profile slots on television. In another male comedy star ... Read More »
By Marice Richter and Suzanne Hurt DALLAS (Reuters) - The National Basketball Association denied a proposal on Wednesday to move the Sacramento Kings to Seattle following months of bitter wrangling among potential suitors, and strongly urged the team's owners to negotiate with a group fighting to keep the team in Sacramento. The decision, announced by NBA Commissioner David Stern, appears to put an end to a deal to sell the team to the Seattle group that would have valued the Kings at $625 million, a huge amount for an NBA team. ...
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