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What Zuckerberg Got Wrong With the Metaverse

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 Dan Newman, Principal Analyst & Founding Partner, of Futurum Research gives his hot take on what Mark Zuckerberg got wrong with the launch of the Metaverse. Dan's Read more

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Improving Financing and Reimbursement Options for Patients and Providers
November 30, 2022

Do you ever think about just how much surgical procedures cost? Well, for the uninsured patient, they can be upwards of a whopping 35 thousand dollars. And for those who are insured, even paying a chunk of that change is sure to make a dent in the wallet. Since not many individuals will pay a […]

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Are EVs a Threat to the Grid?
November 30, 2022

The buzz around going green and electric vehicles is rampant. Some states, like California, have already set lofty goals to eliminate new gas-car sales. Other states are following, but public opinion range from optimistic to frustrated. Recently a poll in Seattle showed that most oppose the gas-car ban, and demand for EVs is high.  […]

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Aurora Hires the “Dream Team” of Education
November 30, 2022

At some point, you have likely tried to “do it yourself” without an expert, whether building furniture from instructions, installing equipment in your house, or fixing your car. But wouldn’t it have been nice to speak to an expert ahead of time so they could guide you through the processes and use of the tools […]

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What Zuckerberg Got Wrong With the Metaverse
November 11, 2022
 Dan Newman, Principal Analyst & Founding Partner, of Futurum Research gives his hot take on what Mark Zuckerberg got wrong with the launch of the Metaverse. Dan's Read more
Is The World Ready to Step Into the Metaverse?
October 29, 2021
On Spatial Perspectives, host Dan Cui will have a one-on-one dialog with innovators and thought leaders in the growing Spatial Reality, or Spatial Computing, market. Cui will invite guests who Read more
Did Facebook’s Outage Validate the Need for a Decentralized Web 3.0?
October 15, 2021
  Do we need a decentralized Web 3.0? We were witness this month to the longest outage in Facebook's history since 2008, lasting a full six hours. That may not sound like much Read more
Is Social Media Disinformation an InfoSec Community Issue?
October 14, 2021
  Key Points: Facebook is under fresh pressure around its business model, algorithms, and role in spreading misinformation. Recent NYU studies show "fake news" gets six Read more
Evaluating the Real Cost of Social Media Outages
October 11, 2021
  Key Points: You can't fall in love with any platform that you don't own. Be willing to be flexible on the channels that you use, find trending apps and see how you Read more
Google’s US Employees May Receive a Pay Cut for Choosing to Work From Home
August 13, 2021
The BBC reports that Google employees in the United States who opt to permanently work from home may have their pay cut. Google currently has no plans to implement the policy in the U.K. Read more
Is Facebook’s Reputation Holding Back Its VR Efforts?
August 4, 2021
Whether you’re an integrator, a designer or simply a label-defying creative, the EXPERIENCE is everything. Host Bryan Meszaros explores the story behind the exhibit to understand how a carefully Read more
Facebook Exec Predicts How We’ll Work 15 Years from Now
April 1, 2021
Andrew Bosworth, vice president at Facebook Reality Labs, predicts that in about 15 to 20 years, mobile phones could be replaced by more advanced VR technology. Bosworth speaks to Emily Chang on Read more
Can We Solve the Social Media Truth Wars?
March 5, 2021
Social media is already largely an unexplored frontier, with new platforms and ways of interacting popping up almost daily. However, in the wake of one of the most contentious and Read more