Showcasing Abby, One Stylish Weed Planter for Your Apartment • TechCrunch

My Father I started Journey selling 120 or so “all-in-one smart hydroponics box” on Kickstarter, with a relatively modest $100,000 raised on the crowdfunding platform. The device promises to help you make growing your favorite plants somewhat foolproof, especially if your “favorite plant” is marijuana. In marketing, the company is keen to share that you … Read more

The medical Internet of Things market is experiencing exponential growth

Medical Internet of Things Market Medical Internet of Things Market – Global Trends, Insights to 2028 is the latest research study released by HTF MI to assess the market risk aspect analysis, highlight opportunities, and leverage to support strategic and tactical decision-making. The report provides information on market trends and development, growth drivers, technologies, and … Read more

Spotlight: Artist Youssef Merhi goes physical and digital in an installation focusing on hacked and intercepted government documents

Each month, hundreds of galleries add newly available works from thousands of artists to the Artnet gallery network – and each week, we highlight one artist or gallery you should know about. Check out what we have in store, and inquire about more with one simple click. What you need to know: Joseph Merhi He … Read more

Hybrid Work Tips: 5 ways to beat the afternoon slump

Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto It’s mid-afternoon and you’ve been working hard since early morning. You’re already marking and the next thing on your calendar are back-to-back Teams meetings. If this scenario sounds familiar, how can you find ways to beat the 3pm slump? Five experts give us their top tips. 1. Take a break to reset … Read more

Escambia County Selects EREC to Bring 2 Gigabit Fiber Internet to North Escambia: NorthEscambia.com

The Escambia County Commission voted Monday to pursue an agreement with the Escambia River Electric Cooperative to bring high-speed internet via fiber directly to thousands of homes and businesses in rural northern Escambia County likely next summer. Escambia County will contribute $6 million in federal USA Rescue Act funds to the project across the EREC … Read more

DCBID opens “Compact City” in DTLA | Arts and culture

With their newly opened “Grand Avenue Augmented” installation, the Downtown Center Business Improvement District (DCBID) wants to show downtown Angelenos how augmented reality (AR) can change their lives in the future. “AR is a really exciting technology for cities because it is at the intersection of the digital and physical realms,” said Nick Griffin, DCBID … Read more