Sigma Labs Can Ensure “Perfect Parts”

n an Interview with Stock-Sector, John Rice, CEO of Sigma, Explains How Sigma's Technology is Essential to a Manufacturing Revolution Known as 3D Printing SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 23, 2017 / CEOCFO Magazine, an independent investment publication that highlights important technologies and companies, today reports on an interview that Stock-Sector conducted with John

Voip-Pal: A Potential Financial Winner in the Patent Legal Wars (OTCQB: VPLM)

Voip-Pal:  A Potential Financial Winner in the Patent Legal Wars In an interview with Stock-Sector, ​Malak explains how Voip-Pal’s strong patents are expected to lead to settlements with major tech and telecom companies—bringing big returns to his shareholders NEW YORK, NY – April 10, 2017 - ​​, ​ an online source

Don’t freak out (yet) about the ‘Cloudbleed’ leak

Cyberattack on Twitter, Netflix, and more may have come from webcams A new bug was found to be leaking information from hundreds of thousands of websites, but it doesn't appear anyone has exploited it yet. Google vulnerability researcher Tavis Ormandy discovered major websites were inadvertently exposing data while working on

Man behind India’s $4 smartphone arrested for fraud

Micromax works to improve India's connectivity The man who made headlines a year ago with his promise of a $4 smartphone has been arrested on suspicion of fraud. Mohit Goel, the founding director of Indian phone manufacturer Ringing Bells, was arrested on Thursday in the northern city of Ghaziabad, Indian police

Tech execs try listening tours of Trump voters

Tech firms take travel ban opposition to court When Sam Altman mentioned his plan to speak with President Trump's supporters around the country, the response inSilicon Valley was often less than inspiring. "It was pretty bad. 'Why do you want to? These people are so racist, they are beyond help,' "

Uber investors blast company culture

Uber under fire over harassment allegations Disappointed. Frustrated. Concerned. These are some of the sentiments peppered throughout a fiery open letter from Uber investors Mitch and Freada Kapor. The Kapors, who were early investors in the company, are calling Uber out for repeatedly failing to improve its culture. The $68

Waymo sues Uber over self-driving technology

Riding a self-driving Uber around San Francisco Another day, another black eye for Uber. The ride-sharing giant, reeling from revelations of a troubling workplace culture, is the subject of a new lawsuit from Waymo, previously known as Google's self-driving car project. Waymo filed a suit against Uber Thursday, alleging

Uber to users deleting the app: ‘We’re hurting’

Uber under fire over harassment allegations Uber's damage control efforts continue. This week, when some users went to delete their Uber accounts, they received an email saying the company is "deeply hurting" following a former engineer's allegations of systemic sexism at the company. The culture detailed by Susan Fowler made some

Tech criticizes Trump on transgender reversal

Tech firms take travel ban opposition to court There's a new war of words brewing between the tech industry and President Trump. Apple(AAPL, Tech30), Microsoft(MSFT, Tech30), Salesforce(CRM, Tech30) and Google(GOOGL, Tech30) and other tech companies are speaking out against the Trump administration's decision this week to withdraw Obama-era protections for transgender students

Google commits $11.5 million to racial justice efforts

When citizens film police: Does anything change? Google's charitable arm is pumping $11.5 million into 10 organizations fighting for racial justice. The largest of's new grants, $5 million, will go to the Center for Policing Equity. It's a think tank based in New York that's working with police departments and