IBM states the next wave of computing devices will address areas never before associated with technology, including the capability to see, smell, taste, and hear. If the report’s predictions prove accurate, such new computer abilities could dramatically change human society. IBM made these predictions in its recent “IBM 5 in 5″ report.
AFP Relax – Dubai, famed for its mega-projects before it was hit by the global financial crisis, on Saturday announced a new development to open the world’s biggest mall and a park larger than London’s Hyde Park. The ruler of the Gulf desert city state, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, announced the plan for a “new city within Dubai,” according to an official statement, naming it after himself.
Ruidoso’s coach Aaron Romero endeavors to build a lasting soccer program Yes, the RHS boys soccer team is 5-10-1, 2-3 (as of Thursday afternoon), but they have already won more games than they did last year. This will be coach Romero’s second year at the helm of the team and he has an eye to the future as well as winning games this year.
By Tom J Doyle | Goal.com – Manchester City midfielder James Milner anticipates that striking duo Mario Balotelli and Carlos Tevez will stay to try and fire the Blues to another Premier League title. The 26-year-old midfielder believes that despite the interest shown in both the Italian and the Argentine, the two front-men will remain as key members of Roberto Mancini’s squad for the 2012-13 season.
Salisbury woman helps Malawian orphans 2:13pm Tuesday 12th June 2012 in News By Corey Ross A SALISBURY woman is hoping people will get behind her charity and help provide a better life for Malawian orphans.
PORTAGE, MI – The public will get its first chance to comment onpotential future building improvements for the Portage Public Schools at aTuesday community forum. Portage Public Schools has set community forums for 6:30 to 8p.m. Tuesday at Portage Central High and 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 25 atNorthern High.
Conversable Economist – What if retirement programs are underestimating how much longevity is likely to rise? The April 2012 Global Financial Stability report from the IMF tackles this question in Chapter 4: “The Financial Impact of Longevity Risk.”The main source of longevity risk is therefore the discrepancy between actual and expected lifespans, which has been massive and one-sided: forecasters, regardless of the techniques they use, have consistently underestimated how long people will live.
Housing starts may be down but permits are up, according to the latest federal data released Nov. 18. The new home market is down, but it’s not dead, with the latest numbers on construction showing signs of improvement. Builders broke ground on fewer homes in October, but construction was sharply higher than a year ago, and one measure of future building activity rose, according to monthly data released in Washington by the Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban ...
07/09/2011 “Public data is so crucial in helping to comprehend the long term implications on the population’s future life expectancy.Acess to this data would mean that we would then be able to conduct more accurate analysis on longevity risk which would help enable more people to plan and ensure they do have sufficient savings in retirement.It is great that overall people are living longer, but it is life expectancy at older ages where there has been the most dramatic rise.
VR-Zone is reporting that Apple is still considering the use of USB 3.0 in their future computer offerings.