Focus on Technology

Focus on Technology
2:50 pm
Wed November 20, 2013

Excitement over seeing eye glasses & other tech for the blind

Scientist Stephen Hicks developed the glasses that use two cameras in combination with an infrared projector to detect objects.

Technology is leveling the playing field for the blind. A British researcher, Stephen Hicks of the University of Oxford, has invented a pair of glasses that act like a movie screen.

This BBC video shows how the glasses will work.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed September 11, 2013

New Tech with the CEA Digital Answer Man

CEA's Digital Answer Man, Jim Barry
Consumer Electronics Association

Buy a computer, smart phone or tablet on Monday, and a newer model comes out on Friday. Or so it seems in the fast-moving world of technology. What to buy and when to buy it, what’s the best device for your needs, and what new high-tech toy is worth your hard-earned dollars? Find out, as the Consumer Electronics Association’s “Digital Answer Man,” Jim Barry, joins us to share the latest in high-tech products and trends.

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Focus on Technology
6:00 am
Wed July 3, 2013

How Mason became a magnet for high-tech companies

Mason Economic Development Director Michele Blair, City Manager Eric Hansen and Steve Osborne of Topgun collaborated to create the Mason Tech Center.
Holly Yurchison WVXU

The City of Mason is quickly becoming a magnet for high-tech companies.   Faced with challenging economic times and competition from neighboring cities, Mason decided to get creative to target these sectors:

  • Biohealth
  • Biohealth IT
  • Digital IT

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Focus on Technology
5:31 am
Fri March 1, 2013

Preventing classified data from being compromised

The hacker has to only find one hole. The defense has to cover all holes.
U.S. Government

The Pentagon is increasing its cybersecurity force fivefold after a series of hacking incidents that  have originated in China and other places. In recent months U.S. businesses and newspapers have also been compromised.  Suspects include organized rings and teenage hackers from Russia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Increasingly the U.S. government and businesses are taking steps to better protect themselves. Ann Thompson reports in Focus on Technology.



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