This time around Tech Five offers a case history into a mobile app from a familiar company, a new report on a study that's looking at that cellphone cancer link, a super monitor that may be just what you need for Father's Day, great news for tweeters about Twitter, an interesting report on spelling from Google, and a fun little Bonus as we head into the long weekend.
This week's Tech Five offers a look at a new arrangement for ag with two major players, a special report that explores aerial imagery from a different perspective, free Windows 10 days may be numbered, a smartwatch guide and a drone upgrade.
Farm Bureau found that farmers want to maintain control of their information, seek transparency in their interactions with providers and are concerned about what might be done with their data. And we offer some tips from the FBI....More
This week's installment of the Tech Friday Five tackles drones, wearable research, antivirus software advice, explains 'the cloud,' offers interesting insight on artificial intelligence from the White House and more.
Recently, we published a Q&A interview with Arama Kukutai, managing director of Finistere Ventures, a venture capitalist company specializing in the ag sector. (You can read the full story, called “Betting Big,” here.) ...More
Once you've collected all that information just how will you put it to work? You'll find a growing number of services and companies to help, here's the first of a two-part look at what they offer....More
As the Federal Aviation Administration nears final rules for use of unmanned aerial vehicles for broader use, this gallery offers a look at some tools you'll want to check out if you're interested in using the technology on your farm.
This installment of New Product Monday includes John Deere's launch of a new mobile RTK signal; a new soil analysis tool from Veris that you can pull with a utility vehicle, two new irrigation products and a new farm data system that works with your smart phone.
This installment of New Product Monday offers you information on new tires - with tech to reduce compaction and improve productivity; two new apps, a nano-based soil additive and two new pieces of equipment - an updated utility vehicle and a new loader tractor. Check them all out for more information.
If you’ve ever considered a visit to Germany, but wanted to mix a little business with pleasure, here’s your opportunity. The DLG (German Agriculture Society) will welcome nearly 25,000 visitors to its bi-annual DLG Field Day, held near the city of Hassfurt, Germany, July 14 to 16.