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Tech VCs, at Churchill Club, predict an edgy future
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Innovation drives the tech industry, but nothing happens without investors. That's why the Churchill Club's annual Top Tech Trends event here in Silicon Valley always sells out -- to find out where the folks with money are placing their bets.Every year, a panel of leading venture capitalists delivers 10 predictions and defends the trends they think will have a big impact in the next five years. Panelists (and audience members) vote up or down each one -- and offer critiques based on the merits or whether a prediction is so obvious it's not really a prediction.This is the 19th year the Trends event has taken place and this year included a diverse set of predictions involving food production, anti-plague remedies, artificial intelligence, new forms of education, a new type of investing, big advances in voice technology and the expectation that Amazon.com will be hit with a major anti-trust lawsuit.

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Wanted: Protection From Intrusive Hacks for Connected Vehicles
Cloud Security Alliance sees danger, issues guidelines for how we'll need to secure the connected vehicle environment in the future.

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Amateur web developers can now look to Mavo
Mavo, a tool to turn static HTML into reactive web applications without programming code or a server back end, has just moved to the beta stage. It could be boon for non-programmers looking to get their feet wet in web development.Built at MIT by a team led by computer scientist Lea Verou, the open source Mavo is an HTML-based language that extends HTML syntax to describe web applications that can manage data, with data stored in the cloud, locally, or not at all. Plugins can be used to modify Mavo's behavior.Mavo is similar to Angular 1.x, the since-superseded version of Google’s JavaScript framework. Both have an HTML-based syntax and support expressions. But Angular was never designed with the goal of writing entirely in HTML; it "treats HTML as a shortcut for data binding to views, but everything else is expected to be written in JavaScript,” according to the Mavo team.

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Smartron SRT.Phone Review
Smartron has been in India for couple of years now and they has previously launched the t-phone and t-book laptop which didn’t find much success. Sachin Tendulkar is one of the investors in the company and this time company is looking to tap the sub 15k market in India and has launched the SRT.Phone. The ... Copyright © 2005-2013 This feed is intended only for the personal, non-commercial use and content is copyrighted to NirmalTV.COM and may not be reproduced on other websites without permission.