Tyson’s Chairman Said ‘The Food Supply Chain Is Breaking.’ Here’s Why He’s Wrong.

You’d have to have been living under a rock to have missed this week’s news that John Tyson, Chairman of the Board at meat processing giant Tyson Foods, declared in a letter published last Sunday as a full-page ad in The New York Times, The Washington Post and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette that America’s “food supply chain is breaking.” But he’s wrong. The…

Las Vegas expands smart city project to manage traffic, control crowds, catch crooks

Las Vegas has extended its smart-city rollout with Japanese group NTT to cover high-definition optical and audio sensors at 14 locations across the city. The extension follows an initial trial, which provided information to city personnel to increase situational awareness and provide some minor traffic management data. The pilot has improved traffic congestion and wrong…

Plantronics Voyager 5200 Bluetooth Headset Review

The treble accuracy of this headset is okay. Most of the low treble range is fairly well-balanced and accurate, resulting in vocals that should be somewhat detailed, articulate, and present. While the mid-treble range is fairly underemphasized, making vocals sound slightly dull and lispy, this is better than if it were overemphasized, which would result…

Tyson’s Chairman Said ‘The Food Supply Chain Is Breaking.’ Here’s Why He’s Wrong.

You’d have to have been living under a rock to have missed this week’s news that John Tyson, Chairman of the Board at meat processing giant Tyson Foods, declared in a letter published last Sunday as a full-page ad in The New York Times, The Washington Post and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette that America’s “food supply chain is breaking.” But he’s wrong. The…

Epson EcoTank ET-4760 Review – RTINGS.com

The Epson ET-4760 has an excellent supertank ink system. Instead of using traditional disposable cartridges, it has four high-capacity ink tanks that you refill yourself. They hold a lot of ink and last a remarkably long time. Even if you’re printing very regularly, you won’t need to refill the tanks often, let alone buy new…

FCC approves ‘small-but-mighty’ 900 MHz tranche for private LTE for US utilities

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to approve usage of six megahertz of 900 MHz spectrum for private networking by utility companies in the US, declaring the ‘juice is worth the squeeze’ despite its diminutive spread. The six-megahertz is split between two five-megahertz holdings at 897.5-900.5 MHz and 936.5-939.5 MHz, previously designated for narrowband…