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The Postal Service was disrupted by the Advent of The Email

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Kodak Camera was disrupted by the Advent of Digital & Mobile Phone Cameras, Super Markets are being disrupted byE-commerce and Online Shopping And Now Mobile Banking
is taking over Traditional Banking. All of these are possible because Change is Constant.The 7th and Biggest Disruption is happening right now in the Financial World: that is the Advent of Crypto Currency .According to president barak Obama, he described cryptocurrency as The US House of Representatives has passed a nonbinding resolution that highlights the positivepotential impact digital currencies and blockchain technologycould have on legacy financial systems.The resolution, which calls on the US government to establisha national policy for technology, was submitted to the House of Representatives in July and passed on Monday October 10,2016. The aim of the policy is to increase financial inclusion and the use of e-commerce to promote blockchain technology as ways to potentially achieve this goal.Do you want to kn…

First Class Chemical Engineering graduate comes on twitter to beg for a job

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Quite sad!

Galaxy Note 7 Latest: permanently recalled, 96 incident reports, $100 exchange credit

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Samsung couldn’t have scripted the last month and a half any worse. Shortly after launching its newGalaxy Note 7 smartphonein August, Samsungdelayedfurther shipments and ultimately issued anofficial recallwith help from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission on September 15 due to faulty batteries that could overheat and catch fire.The South Korean electronics giant asked buyers to return their original Galaxy Note 7 handset in exchange for one with a battery deemed safe for use. It wasn’t long before reportsbegan to surface thatreplacement handsetswere also catching fire.The US Consumer Product Safety Commission on Thursdayonce againrecalled the Galaxy Note 7 just a couple of days after Samsungpermanently halted production, closing the door on what was likely Samsung’s best smartphone to date.It’s an unprecedented and unfortunate mishap no matter how you slice it.For Samsung and its shareholders, it’s a sobering setback considering the company had just got its smartphone business…

PlayStation VR works with other consoles

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PlayStation VR works with other consoles
The PlayStation VR doesn't just work with the PlayStation 4. As it turns  out, the virtual reality headset can actually accept any valid HDMI input, albeit without the full virtual reality experience.
When the PlayStation VR is connected to a regular HDMI output, such as an Xbox One, the headset displays content in a 'cinema mode.' In this mode, a large 2D screen covers most of your field of view, as if a cinema screen was positioned a meter or so from your face. Move your head and the screen stays in place.
The fact that the PSVR can accept inputs from any HDMI source gives it a leg up on its headset competitors, the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Both of these headsets are designed for PC games, and support non-VR content from a PC in a cinematic mode similar to the PSVR, however neither headset works with standard HDMI sources from a console or other device.
This extra functionality built in to the PSVR could make it a decent portable TV…