Kyt Dotson

Kyt Dotson is a Senior Editor at SiliconAngle and works to cover beats surrounding DevOps, security, gaming, and cutting edge technology. Before joining SiliconAngle, Kyt worked as a software engineer starting at Motorola in Q&A to eventually settle at Pets911.com where he helped build a vast database for pet adoption and a lost and found system. Kyt is a published author who writes science fiction and fantasy works that incorporate ideas from modern-day technological innovation and explore the outcome of living with those technologies.

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NexTech AR integrates Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Services platform

NexTech AR Solutions Inc., an augmented reality technology 3D advertisement and e-commerce provider, today announced that Microsoft Azure Cloud Services platform will now be a standard offering for its users. Augmented reality is used by many brands and outlets to attract customers using mobile devices by layering extra visual information over their vision in order ...

Infosys launches applied AI cloud on Cobalt powered by Nvidia DGX A100

Digital services and consulting company Infosys Ltd. today announced the launch of its applied artificial intelligence cloud and part of Infosys Cobalt built on Nvidia DGX A100 systems for AI workloads. This new Infosys applied AI cloud will enable developers and project teams access machine learning hardware and software stacks more easily across private and ...

Fetch.ai is bringing AI travel agents to 770,000 hotels worldwide

Fetch.ai, a Cambridge-based artificial intelligence lab building decentralized machine learning networks for smart infrastructure, announced today the launch of an Autonomous AI Travel Agent network to lower expenses and increase security for hotel bookings. Booking sites on the internet such as Expedia and Booking.com can charge large chains fees of 10% to 15%, according to ...

Logitech launches new Rally Bar videoconferencing hardware solution

Computer peripheral manufacturer Logitech International S.A. today announced the next generation of enterprise videoconferencing solutions with the new Logitech Rally Bar and Logitech Rally Bar Mini for small rooms. For large rooms, Logitech has released Logitech RoomMate, a computing appliance that allows customers to run video conferencing services on Logitech conference cams such as Rally ...

Butterfly Protocol launches decentralized blockchain-based domain name system

Butterfly Protocol today announced the launch of its new distributed ledger blockchain-based web naming system built for the decentralized internet to support distributed applications as an improvement of the Domain Name System. The internet’s DNS is currently under the control of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, an American nonprofit organization. Its role ...

Everledger and Rare Carat use blockchain to boost transparency in diamond sales

Rare Carat Inc., an e-commerce platform for buying diamonds and diamond rings, today announced a partnership with London-based startup Everledger Ltd., a developer of immutable distributed ledger blockchain technology for asset ownership to provide greater transparency information about diamond sales. Rare Carat runs a marketplace that allows people to search a wide variety of retail ...

Lenovo launches ThinkReality A3 augmented reality glasses for enterprise

Lenovo announced a sleek and lightweight new pair of augmented reality smart glasses called the ThinkReality A3 at the Consumer Electronics Show Sunday. The new glasses can connect to a personal computer or a Motorola phone via a Universal Serial Bus Type-C cable and are designed for use by enterprise customers on factory floors or ...

Thai Re launches reinsurance platform powered by IBM blockchain and smart contracts

IBM Corp. announced Wednesday that Thai Reinsurance Public Co. Ltd., a technology-driven professional nonlife reinsurer, has launched “Insurer Network,” a reinsurance smart contract production network using IBM’s blockchain technology on its cloud. The global pandemic has disrupted the insurance industry. For example, business restrictions in Thailand caused by COVID-19 have heightened the need for insurers ...

Microsoft’s ‘Minecraft Earth’ AR game will shut down in June

Microsoft Corp. announced Tuesday that its augmented reality game “Minecraft Earth,” a game based on the popular building-block game by Mojang Studios, will shut down in June. According to the company, the decision was prompted partly by the global pandemic making the game untenable. “Minecraft Earth” is an AR game that uses mobile devices to ...

JustChain launches a blockchain-based legal notary platform in UAE

JustChain, a startup based in the United Arab Emirates focused on implementing distributed ledger blockchain solutions for justice and public safety, announced Sunday a legal notary platform called NotaryChain. This development follows the recent approval of regulations from the UAE Cabinet on digital signatures and the application to notary services in line with the UAE’s ...