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The Current State Of The Future Workforce: Has Telecommuting Become A Feasible Option?

The Current State Of The Future Workforce: Has Telecommuting Become A Feasible Option?

Telecommuting may be the way of the future, despite public opinion, thanks to the latest study conducted by academic researchers at the University of Illinois.

By On November 26, 2014 Respond
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Brain Scans Reveal What Dogs Really Think Of Us

Brain Scans Reveal What Dogs Really Think Of Us

Dogs might be at top position for being the pet animal of major people. They might be loyal or friendly, but the fact is they are animals and they do have their own thoughts about others. However, have you ever wished to know what your dog is thinking or what it thinks about you? Well, not to worry. Now, brain scans of dogs can reveal what they really are thinking or think of us.

By On November 24, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Succeeded In Creating Magic Tricks Using Artificial Intelligence

Researchers Succeeded In Creating Magic Tricks Using Artificial Intelligence

For the first time, some researchers in Britain have succeeded in creating magic tricks using artificial intelligence. In other words, for the first time, a computer has created its own magic tricks capable of fooling a human audience.

By On November 18, 2014 Respond
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Report Says Justice Department Uses Small Planes To Spy On U.S. Cellphones

Report Says Justice Department Uses Small Planes To Spy On U.S. Cellphones

It’s not new that planes and drones often play a role of spy. It is know to all that the U.S. use drone to spy on many things. However lately, a new report is swirling around that besides using drones, justice department uses small planes to spy on U.S. cellphones.

By On November 18, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Claim AT&T Tracking Subscribers Using Permanent Cookies, AT&T Denies

Researchers Claim AT&T Tracking Subscribers Using Permanent Cookies, AT&T Denies

User privacy on the Internet has become a hot button issue in both politics and technology in recent years. Last month, some security researchers discovered that AT&T had been tracking numbers to the web traffic coming from their customers’ phones, in order to keep an eye on their online habits. But AT&T has completely denied the allegation.

By On November 17, 2014 Respond
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Google’s Investments in Online Video Signals are Promising for Premium Online Webinar SMEs

Google’s Investments in Online Video Signals are Promising for Premium Online Webinar SMEs

Google is currently in the testing phase of an interesting new service for people who are searching for symptoms. Details inside.

By On November 14, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Created World’s First Fully 3D Printed LEDs

Researchers Created World’s First Fully 3D Printed LEDs

3D printing has been touted as the most amazing thing to happen to manufacturing since the assembly line. But the problem is that right now most 3D printers can only print the equivalent of plastic toys—plus a few guns, pizzas, and body parts here and there. But mechanical engineers of Princeton University have created such a 3D printer that can create fully 3D printed LED lights.

By On November 10, 2014 Respond
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13-year-old Boy Gets Fund From INTEL To Invent Low-cost Braille Printer

13-year-old Boy Gets Fund From INTEL To Invent Low-cost Braille Printer

13-year-old boy Shubham Banerjee is the inventor of Braigo. Braigo is a play on the words Brai-lle + Le-go, which is a portable braille printer, made using a Lego Mindstorms EV3 kit which includes a microprocessor with assorted components such as electric motors, sensors and actuators. Lately, this 13-year-old entrepreneur has got fund from Intel to make low-cost Braille printer.

By On November 9, 2014 Respond
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Google Says, Catch Me If You Can; Determined To Reach There Where No Search Engine Has Gone Before

Google Says, Catch Me If You Can; Determined To Reach There Where No Search Engine Has Gone Before

Currently, Google is the best search engine of the world. The search engine has reached to a such position that “wherever you go, it follows”. However, lately Google search guru Amit Singhal has mentioned that he believes that Google will reach there where no other search engine has gone before.

By On November 9, 2014 Respond
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Mozilla’s Firefox OS Expands To Africa

Mozilla’s Firefox OS Expands To Africa

Mozilla’s Firefox OS for mobile is being launched in Africa after being rolled out in 25 markets across the world. With the support of major carriers of the region, Mozilla hopes to bring out their first smartphone in Africa very soon.

By On November 8, 2014 Respond
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LG And Google Set To Share Patents For The Next 10 Years

LG And Google Set To Share Patents For The Next 10 Years

LG has recently announced that they are joining forces with Google, and will share their existing patents and those filed in the next ten years. Although still vague, the declaration hints toward bigger innovations and development in the technology sector.

By On November 8, 2014 Respond
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The Onyx Is A Real-Life Star Trek Communicator

The Onyx Is A Real-Life Star Trek Communicator

The Onyx is real-life ‘Star Trek’ communicator which means it’s more like a walkie-talkie but you can establish communication beyond any geographical limitations.

By On November 7, 2014 Respond
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Pirate Bay Co-founder Arrested In Thailand

Pirate Bay Co-founder Arrested In Thailand

36-year-old Hans Fredrik Lennart Neij, who uses the alias TiAmo, is the last co-founder of popular file-sharing website, Pirate Bay. Lately, this person has been apprehended by immigration police of Thailand.

By On November 6, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Made A Device That Detects Veins And Shows Nurses

Scientists Made A Device That Detects Veins And Shows Nurses

Often we have seen nurses struggling to locate veins before injecting blood into or taking blood from a hand of a human body. At then, they usually jab the hand to find out a vein. But no more jabbing or struggling to locate veins. Scientists have made a new device that helps nurses by showing where your veins are.

By On November 3, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Invented Brain Decoder That Could Read Inner Thoughts

Scientists Invented Brain Decoder That Could Read Inner Thoughts

The functionality of a human brain is really mysterious. Study has found that human brains can make decisions during sleep. On the other hand, scientists have created next generation data storage devices that mimic the memory of the human brain. And now, scientists have invented a brain decoder that could read your inner thoughts.

By On November 2, 2014 Respond
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