RSO: Richie Sambora and Orianthi, Bernie Williams, and Ronnie Spector and The Ronnettes to Rock at The 2017 NAMM Show January 19-22

On Tuesday, January 3, 2017 The 2017 NAMM Show announced that is just around the corner, and with it, top musical acts are scheduled to rock The NAMM Nissan Grand Plaza stage. This year will bring a variety of performances from across the sonic spectrum, with each evening offering performances from rock legends, a pro-athlete and accomplished jazz musician, and an R&B legend, all in the spirit of musical diversity that can be found at The NAMM Show. Kicking off the show on Thursday night, January 19 is rock duo RSO:…




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An Ideal Summer Break for Gamers

The Entertainment Software Association has unveiled their plans to open to the public a new event designed all around gamers. Open to the public this event offers the chance to play video games, purchase games and merchandise, view competitions, listen to music and also interact with the industries personalities, besides grabbing some great video game freebies, the E3 Live is to held next door to the industry–only trade show Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3. E3 Live will begin with an evening concert on June 14th and run through to the…




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Avoiding the Chaos that is Switching Processes and Systems

Regardless of what type of organization, sector, or business climate you happen to find yourself working in, there is always a hassle of dealing with those who don’t quite understand IT. In fact, there are some people who are not only willing to support your ideas when they understand the potential benefits, but they will even come to you asking you how they can improve efficiency in the first place. The problem with this situation is that when it actually comes time to implement and then manage that change, there…




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Hardware Setup for Video Conferencing

Video conferencing is becoming a large industry. The technology promotes communication in a broad array of areas including business and education. Depending on the type of web conferencing you want and need to use, and the scope of your conference, there are different types of hardware that you will need, in addition to software like Blue Jeans conferencing software. A quick, one-on-one meeting can be managed on a mobile device, but a full-on conference may require more hardware.  Before running out and purchasing equipment for an upcoming video conference, take…




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VIDEO: 3D printing you can eat and wear

Dozens of 3D printing vendors have set up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. This year, the offerings range from cupcakes to clothes. The Post’s Hayley Tsukayama reports.




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VIDEO: Wearable Tech at CES 2015

Wearable Tech companies are showing off their latest gear at the The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The trends range from headbands that help people relax to devices that monitor your blood glucose levels. The Post’s Hayley Tsukayama reports.




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VIDEO: How to Use Water to Cut Steel

Water-jet technology allows manufacturers to cut glass, steel and granite without creating heat, but the method hasn’t taken off in every factory. WSJ’s James R. Hagerty takes a closer look at how the process works.




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VIDEO: Autonomous Drones Are Navy’s Next Weapon

The U.S. Navy has unveiled new drone technology that allows the craft to take off and plot its routes autonomously, without a ground-based pilot. The drones carrying the new software will likely be deployed within a year. Photo: Office of Naval Research.




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VIDEO: Virtual reality at CES 2014

New developments in virtual reality technology give players a more interactive gaming experience. Post Buzz’s Hayley Tsukayama tries out the latest gadgets from Oculus VR and Virtuix at 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show.




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VIDEO: Post Buzz: 2014 CES International preview

The Post’s Hayley Tsukayama gives of a preview of what to look out for at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show International in Las Vegas, Nevada.




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VIDEO: How To Tackle Digital Disruption in 2014

Three award-winning management thinkers explain what leaders must do in the coming year if they want a successful business model in a digital era. The WSJ met with Nilofer Merchant, Rita McGrath and Herminia Ibarra at the Thinkers50 management awards. Photo: Getty Images




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VIDEO: Google Chromecast at The Washington Post: How you can watch

PostTV has incorporated technology that allows you to play any of our videos on your TV set through the popular Chromecast device. That means you can watch videos and news shows from The Washington Post and control the playback right from your computer, tablet or smartphone.




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VIDEO: Bitcoin Price Surge Evokes ‘Tulip Mania’ Talk

WSJ Horizons columnist Michael Casey explains there’s a very valid reason why Bitcoin critics are evoking Tulip Mania as the digital currency’s price soars to new heights. Photo: Getty Images.




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