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Archive for: July 2015

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New York’s Hottest WiFi Hotspot Isn’t What You’d Expect

The Internet of Things may have started as nothing more than a theory, but today just about everything is connected — from our smartphones to re...
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Safety Features Big Draw for New Car Buyers

Safety-related technology is one of the major factors making owners of new cars happier than ever with their purchases, a new report from J.D. Power h...
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Have You Heard Of The Genius New Idea For Stopping Domestic Abuse?

Domestic violence hurts men, women, and families all over the world, but on Tuesday, July 21, one U.S. group offered up a solution to this serious pro...
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HealthCare.gov Is Incapable of Detecting Fraud, Secret Investigation Discovers

Republicans may have just found the single most important weakness in President Obama’s Affordable Care Act: the federal exchange plan set up on...
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Bacteria-Controlled Robots Could Be What the Future Looks Like

Humans typically view bacteria as pests — we feel comforted by the fact that a disinfecting wipe will (in theory) kill the majority of the 25,00...
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Amazon Prime Day, Cloud Drive Debut To Mixed (And Worse) Reviews

Amazon is having a mixed month, with multiple headline-grabbing releases but decidedly mixed-to-negative reviews on those offerings. First, the mega-r...
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Soon, You’ll Be Able to Buy Stuff on Facebook

Facebook has been a huge driver of web traffic for years. Back in 2013, it drove 21.25% of all the traffic sites received, meaning nearly one-fifth of...
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A Rhino Has Been Connected to the Internet of Things

A rhino has been hooked up to the Internet of Things. British nonprofit conservation organization Protect has developed RAPID — Real-time Anti-P...
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Bryce Harper’s Grueling Diet for ESPN’s Body Issue Left Him ‘Completely Depleted’

Week 1: Three workouts per day; six meals per day (start tapering down meals) Week 2: Begin putting salt in drinking water; continue tapering down mea...
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New Study Uses Sperm RNA to Determine Infertility

According to a recent report from Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, new fertility testing methods are being developed to test the RNA of spe...