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GE's Jeffrey Immelt Would Love to 3-D Print Jet Engine Parts Someday

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If you’re into the 3-D printing craze consider this: Jeffrey Immelt, the CEO of the industrial giant General Electric, is one of you. The practice of 3-D printing has some practical applications in the big industrial world of building jet engines, Immelt said in an interview with Kara Swisher at...
GE's Jeffrey Immelt Would Love to 3-D Print Jet Engine Parts Someday
Jet engine cooling tech adapted for silent ultrabooks
General Electric pushes its case as a high-tech leader

GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Big Data Bet

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The name General Electric today calls to mind locomotives, jet engines and electrical grids, so called “big iron.” But a decade from now it will call to mind something very different: Big data. On stage at D11 Wednesday, GE CEO Jeff Immelt explained why software innovation is so crucial to...
GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Big Data Bet

Shocker: GE sees huge upside for internet of industrial things

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General Electric arguably the world’s biggest maker of diverse machinery from home appliances to CAT scanners to jet engines, released a new study showing that connecting devices to the “industrial internet” could boost global GDP  to the tune of $10 trillion to $15 trillion by 2030. That’s a very big...
Shocker: GE sees huge upside for internet of industrial things
A GigaOM conversation with GE CEO Jeff Immelt

GE to pour $105M into EMC and VMware's Pivotal Initiative

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The Pivotal Initiative, the big cloud and big data startup backed by parents EMC and VMware, now has another big, scary backer: General Electric is ponying up $105 million for a 10 percent stake in the company. Bill Ruh, GE’s VP, will talk about the investment and the Pivotal One...
GE to pour $105M into EMC and VMware's Pivotal Initiative

Edward Snowden may be the last of the human spies | Christopher Steiner

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In future, the public may never be alerted to NSA-type revelations because surveillance is fast becoming automatedKurt Vonnegut once opined: "Human beings are chimpanzees who get crazy drunk on power." That power corrupts is hardly debatable. For that reason, the evolution of espionage has run in parallel with the development...
Edward Snowden may be the last of the human spies | Christopher Steiner

Air Canada embarks on its first biofuel-powered flight from Toronto to Mexico City

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Not looking to be left out of the biofuel party, Air Canada is the latest to try out the eco-friendly alternative for its jet engines. An Airbus A319 will make the outfit's pseudo-sustainable flight from Toronto to Mexico City powered by a 50 / 50 mixture of the aforementioned...
Air Canada embarks on its first biofuel-powered flight from Toronto to Mexico City

Print yourself: the rise of the 3D photo booth

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Shops in Tokyo and New York are offering you the chance to turn yourself into a miniature plastic action figure3D printing has been enjoying a surge of popularity recently, from making parts for jet engines to print-at-home weaponry, with even the US army getting involved, developing a backpack-size printer to...
Print yourself: the rise of the 3D photo booth
Mataerial: a 3D printer that seemingly defies gravity

GE Ventures Officially Opens for Business in Silicon Valley (Video)

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Like a lot of big corporations have of late, such as Comcast and Ford, GE is now making its Silicon Valley presence official, with a new office and formal name for its longtime investing efforts. That would be GE Ventures on Sand Hill Road, which will bring together a...
GE Ventures Officially Opens for Business in Silicon Valley (Video)

New GE Dual-Piezo cooling tech could enable thinner tech

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General Electric has unveiled an ultra-thin, high-performance cooling mechanism that could allow for even thinner next-generation electronics. The Dual Piezoelectric Cooling Jets (DCJ) technology acts as a miniature pair of bellows, pulling cool air in when they expand and expelling hot air when contracting. The technology was initially developed to...
New GE Dual-Piezo cooling tech could enable thinner tech

Beats By Dre launches Executive noise-cancelling headphones, keeps 'em dapper in aluminum for $300 (ears-on)

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Aside from announcing its entrance into the portable Bluetooth speaker category today, Beats Electronics has also launched its first new set of headphones post Monster. Aiming to cater to the jet-setting business crowd, the company is classing things up with its (finally released) $300 Executive noise-cancelling over-ears. The design...
Beats By Dre launches Executive noise-cancelling headphones, keeps 'em dapper in aluminum for $300 (ears-on)

GE Is So Stoked About 3D Printing, They're Using It To Make Parts For Jet Engines

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CONFIRMATION as to how seriously some companies are taking additive manufacturing, popularly known as 3D printing, came on November 20th when GE Aviation, part of the world's biggest manufacturing group, bought a privately owned company called Morris Technologies. This is a small precision-engineering firm employing 130 people in suburban Cincinnati,...
GE Is So Stoked About 3D Printing, They're Using It To Make Parts For Jet Engines
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GE's Jeff Immelt: The Full D11 Interview (Video)

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The General Electric brand has long been synonynous with steam turbines, jet engines and heavy-duty industrial equipment. But if CEO Jeff Immelt has his way, it will someday be synonynous with software as well — specifically an “Industrial Internet” that harnesses big data and analytics to make more efficient machines....
GE's Jeff Immelt: The Full D11 Interview (Video)

Hypersonic: more super than supersonic

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The US Air Force, Pratt & Whitney, and Boeing are jointly developing a hypersonic aircraft that can travel faster than existing cruise missiles. It's powered by a crazy-sounding "air-breathing hypersonic engine that has virtually no moving parts" and reached a speed of 3500 mph in a recent test. "This is...
Hypersonic: more super than supersonic
GE develops ultra-thin, almost-silent cooler for next-gen laptops and tablets

B2B Marketing Automation Tools 2013: The Marketer's Guide

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If you’re a B2B marketer, you know that the best practices and tactics for online marketing are similar to B2C—but there are also some very real differences. For example, you wouldn’t necessarily want to buy paid search ads if you’re selling jet engines. Or maybe you would,... Please visit Marketing...
B2B Marketing Automation Tools 2013: The Marketer's Guide

Why 2013 will be the year of the Internet of Things

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This year’s Le Web event in Paris was based around the them of the Internet of Things (IoT); the way in which objects around us will gather data and connect to controls or other machines via the Internet. The term Internet of Things was coined by the British technologist Kevin...
Why 2013 will be the year of the Internet of Things
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