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Nest learning thermostats now saving a whole lot of energy

gigaom.com
Nest’s learning thermostats have collectively saved over 200 million kilowatt hours of energy since they were launched back in October 2011, says the startup. That’s about the equivalent amount of energy to power the Empire State building for four years, and which Nest says is a figure that blew their...
Nest learning thermostats now saving a whole lot of energy

Inside Microsoft's Cauldron Of Ideas: From Kinect, Bing And Killing The Blue Screen Of Death, To Code That Can Learn, Pixels You Can Hold And Drugs Compiled From DNA

techcrunch.com
If Steve Wozniak is worried Microsoft is now more innovative than Apple, the root cause for that concern undoubtedly lies within Microsoft’s network of research labs. Dotted around the globe, from Redmond to India and Asia via the UK, these university-style research institutions are the quiet engines behind innovations such as the...
Inside Microsoft's Cauldron Of Ideas: From Kinect, Bing And Killing The Blue Screen Of Death, To Code That Can Learn, Pixels You Can Hold And Drugs Compiled From DNA

Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In: women in tech and media speak out

www.guardian.co.uk
We needed more than just one perspective to understand how women are making sense of Sheryl Sandberg's advice in Lean In. So we asked a group of women at all different stages of their careers to tell us what they thinkNow that Lean In has hit stores, women and men...
Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In: women in tech and media speak out

The Formula for Effective Facebook Ads [REPORT]

mashable.com
In order to understand the value of a Facebook ad impression, Nielsen analyzed over six months of survey data from 800,000 Facebook users in response to more than 125 Facebook ad campaigns from 70 different brand advertisers.The study — after analyzing reach via impressions and effectiveness of impressions —...
The Formula for Effective Facebook Ads [REPORT]
Opower, the big data energy player to beat

Charles Taylor should face 80 years in jail, UN prosecution urges

www.guardian.co.uk
Former Liberian dictator was found guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes in Sierra Leone at Hague tribunalThe convicted, former president of Liberia, Charles Taylor, should be punished with a sentence of 80 years for committing atrocities in west Africa, the chief prosecutor at a UN-backed tribunal has urged.Taylor, who...
Charles Taylor should face 80 years in jail, UN prosecution urges
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