Neal Ungerleider

Map Tech Matters

By any standard, 2017 was a terrible year for natural disasters in the United States. Hurricanes in Texas and Puerto Rico. Wildfires and mudslides in California. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2017 was the most expensive year on record for natural disasters. Beyond the U.S., global floods, heatwaves, and other extreme weather […]

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The Savings App Explosion

On Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017, shoppers around the country turned to their smartphones and laptops. According to Adobe Analytics data, American shoppers spent approximately $6.6 billion on Cyber Monday and $5 billion on Black Friday. For value-savvy shoppers, there was one extra ingredient in the mix: Apps and websites offering online-only coupons and […]

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Why VR Matters For Real Estate

The CBRE Group is one of the world’s largest real estate groups, with more than $86 billion in assets. It’s also interested in something most people wouldn’t associate with real estate: Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). In 2016, CBRE joined investors such as News Corp to invest in Matterport, which makes technology to […]

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Automation and the world of apps

About a year after the first iPhone was released, Apple unveiled something novel: An “App Store” where users could download small software programs, or apps, designed especially for iPhones. It turns out users loved apps—by 2016, there were more than 2 million iPhone and iPad apps on the market. Apps comprise a massive part of […]

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How to save your vision in a world of perpetual screen time

Ride the subway or hop on a plane, and most of the people around you will be staring at their phones. The odds are good, in fact, that you are one of them … and that your eyes hurt from too many hours on your device. Even though we’ve switched from old-fashioned CRT monitors to […]

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