Technology has transformed how we work, live and play. And that’s why we are launching Technology Powers X, a podcast that follows human stories of the many ways innovative new technology is reshaping our world. Join us as each episode explores the intersections of life-changing discoveries, inventions and insights, and the advances in information technology that make them possible. You’ll experience the many unexpected ways new systems and devices are improving social outcomes across the globe.Technology Powers X is hosted by Danielle Applestone, a serial entrepreneur, engineer and CEO/co-founder of Daughters of Rosie, the online job center for hands-on careers. Danielle received her B.S. in chemical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.Episode 1 of Technology Powers X will be available on June 9th on Dell Technologies and through Apple Podcasts, Spotify and wherever else you get your podcasts. Please subscribe to be notified when new episodes are released.Listen to the trailer below for a sneak peak of what’s to come. TranscriptIn a spare bedroom now converted into an office, 23 miles from company headquarters, an executive seeks business as usual against a whole new set of challenges while competing with teenagers for bandwidth, and the family’s beagle who feels the need to chime in during the 9:00 AM staff meeting.At that moment, in an otherwise quiet corner of their lab, a team of audio engineers run a final series of tests that could forever improve the experience of working from home.In an operating room deep within a downtown hospital, a patient counts backwards from 100 as a small surgical team prepares a life changing procedure. Three states away, a hardware engineer calls it a day. On her way home, she passes a hospital wondering, for a moment, what her day’s work might do to change lives inside.I’m Danielle Applestone and this is Technology Powers X, an original podcast from Dell Technologies. Each episode explores unexpected intersections, moments when life changing technologies converge with human stories, and where together they empower each other. These are stories of human obstacles overcome by IT innovation and the people who make it possible. Episode one drops June 9th. Subscribe now on your favorite podcast app.
Ex-Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has been sentenced to 50 days in jail in Denmark for assaulting a taxi driver.But the 30-year-old Rosenborg player has appealed and has been released until a hearing at a higher court.The incident took place in September, with the City Court of Copenhagen shown CCTV footage in which it appeared Bendtner struck the driver in the face. The Denmark international admitted hitting the taxi driver but said it was because he felt threatened.Bendtner said the driver threw a bottle or a can towards him and his girlfriend when they left without paying.“We think that it’s not good for the club and not good for Nicklas, but he remains a player in the club. We are keeping him,” said Tove Moe Dyrhaug, the chief executive of Bendtner’s Norwegian club Rosenborg.Bendtner, who played for Arsenal between 2005 and 2014, scoring 45 goals in 171 games, missed out on a place in Denmark’s squad for the 2018 World Cup because of injury.He had loan spells at Sunderland, Birmingham City and Juventus while at Arsenal before making a permanent move to German club Wolfsburg.He moved back to England to join Championship side Nottingham Forest in September 2016 before joining Rosenborg in March 2017.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram