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Care robots get safety regulatons
Robots are already used in manufacturing, the medical field, and even as toys, but recently, a new player has appeared on the scene: the service robot. These mobile servants, physical assistants and...
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IBM develops cognitive cooking computer
first hit prime time in 1962, only a handful of TV stations could broadcast in color. Now, one of the most popular element of the show: a cooking computer is a food truck...
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Drone insanity grips investors
On March 5, drone insanity gripped investors. They ran up the stock of drone maker AeroVironment by $6.71, or 21.33%, after the company reported earnings the day before slightly ahead of expectations....
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Warner Archive’s ‘Green Lantern’ Flies to Amazon
Warner Archive Collection continues to treat fans to Blu-ray releases of popular animated television with Green Lantern: The Comlete Animated Series coming March 18. The complete 26-episode series –...
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The future of sex: The first female condoms were ...
When she arrived at the old farmhouse owned by Lasse Hessel, a Danish doctor and inventor, he opened the door with a cigar in his mouth. Then he fetched the box. "Inside were all these bits and pieces...
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The Tyee – Worried About Earth? Hit the High Seas
A Seasteader's paradise? This "Swimming City" concept by András Gyõrfi took top prize in the first Seastead design contest, 2009. Photo: Wikipedia. Nearly 400 years ago, the English...
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Rings of desk clutter tell the tale of a life
I have such a record of my own recent history spread out on my desk. I have written about this disaster zone before, but it is far worse now than ever. It may qualify for federal assistance. To...
Read more at The Gadsden Times
Smart home concept taking off
Lindsey Peterson-Smiley got her house smart-ified nearly two years ago, and she's been impressed. A control panel not only runs their thermostat and security system, which are both also controlled by...
Read more at FOX 9 News Twin Cities
Shadowy lobbyists influence rideshare debate
The fight over the future of ridesharing in Chicago is increasingly being waged through shadowy lobbyists. This has some aldermen concerned about how that could influence the current regulatory...
Read more at WBEZ91.5
Twin Cities homes are going high-tech thanks to '...
The alarm goes off, and you stumble out of bed. The house senses you stirring and wakes along with you. The thermostat kicks the temperature up a few degrees, the window blinds slowly open. Lights...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
'Home 2025' debuts at Allentown's Da Vinci Scienc...
It sounds like something out of "
": an all-in-one laundry system that washes, dries and packages your clothes into convenient capsules, and a dishwasher that composts your food scraps. All...
Read more at The Morning Call
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Are Two Actual People Still Required For a Relati...
I found this movie beyond fascinating, one of my favorites for 2013, not just because it’s good entertainment, but because, thematically, it correlates directly with material in my new book, Closer...
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Northeastern’s ‘smart bike’ focuses on safety
Northeastern’s ‘smart bike’ focuses on safety It sounds like a picture straight out of
: A bicycle that communicates with its rider, sends messages to surrounding drivers, and can serve as...
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Start Preparing Your SEO for the 'Internet of Thi...
Get ready for an online marketing revolution that’s coming in the form of smart home technology, or what’s now evolved into a greater concept: the Internet of Things. Smart home technology has been...
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The doctor will see you now, virtually
No longer science-fiction, virtual health care has hit South Florida with a gigabyte bang. Like something out of TV's "
," telemedicine is helping patients see their doctor, have their...
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DRPA's pet excesses come back to bite PATCO riders
Karen Heller, Inquirer Columnist Last updated: Sunday, February 16, 2014, 1:09 AM If a station has a signboard, it informs commuters of the time and date, which they already know, and nothing else,...
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Why 'RoboCop' is good for humans
Remakes frequently are safe ways for Hollywood to turn a profit. If something works once, theoretically, it should work twice. Never mind the cases when not enough time has lapsed between versions to...
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Easier Customer Service Increases Consumer Satisf...
Customer service has always been critical for enterprises, and this year, more customers of smart companies will find it as easy as clicking a button. As a matter of fact, 2014 might well be called...
Read more at CRM Magazine
Driving on Thin Ice
It doesn't take much to bring Austin to a grinding halt: barely freezing temperatures and a little bit of precipitation. On four days in the last two weeks – Jan. 24 and 28, and Feb. 7 and 11 – what...
Read more at The Austin Chronicle
The nuts and bolts of love
Her avoids tackling the ethics of human-AI romance head on, and misses a chance to really say something about our conception of love. THERE’S a scene early on in Spike Jonze’s new movie, Her, wherein...
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