Wall Street Week Ahead: Supercharged telecom sector could become investor favorite
SAN FRANCISCO: An overhauled telecommunications sector featuring most of the so-called FANG stocks could debut as Wall Street's hottest bet when it kicks off in September, boosted by a rising wave of media and television acquisitions.
Another day, another thing to review. This time around, I’m looking at the Raycon Turbo Cannon XL Bluetooth speaker. This device — which is a bit like a boombox for the digital age, promising to annoy anyone in close proximity — is loud as hell, and packs 12W drivers. It also supports a variety of audio connectivity formats, including Bluetooth, SD card, and AUX-in. Raycon? Never heard of them. Raycon is indeed a fairly new player in the audio world. It was founded by rapper Ray J in 2006 as Raytroniks, which was a vehicle (pun intended) to sell a line of… This story continues at The Next Web
(July 19): Ambassador Nikki Haley defended the U.S. decision to quit the United Nations Human Rights Council last month as a stand against “political corruption and moral bankruptcy” and the organization’s “anti-Israel bias.”
EXCLUSIVE: Inventory robot maker Bossa Nova Robotics today announced it has acquired Hawxeye, a Carnegie Mellon University spinoff whose work focuses primarily on computer vision and facial recognition software. The acquisition will help refine object detection carried out by Bossa Nova’s robots, which currently scan Walmart shelves at 50 stores across the United States. The Hawxeye […]