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The concept of using bone conduction headphones to listen to music or audio-books is nothing new and has been an innovation in technology for some time.  Yet, an individual in France has come up with an innovation that takes bone conduction technology and adds it to something many would not have considered previously; the individual incorporated it inside of...
Augmented reality technology is assisting technicians from Porsche to diagnose and repair vehicles which are coming in for service Named as the Porsche Tech Live Look, the system, started as a pilot initiative in the past year and is now being deployed to over 189 locations in the United States in order to shorten the repair times though it...
The debate over artificial intelligence is nothing new, where those for it give multiple examples of how beneficial it is for humans while those against it can refer to the multitude of examples portrayed in Science Fiction movies and stories.  However, the debate has heated up once again as Google’s controversial military AI contract has added to the debate...
Nissan has unveiled the Pitch-R at the recently concluded Champion’s League Final in Kiev. The Pitch-R can draw football pitches where there is sufficient room to do so using the brand’s ProPilot driver assistance tech. the small robot runs on a rechargeable battery and four cameras, GPS location tracking and collision avoidance in order to draw lines on the...
A new study looking at the effects of aging inside the cell seems to open new possibilities that could allow medics to cure aging. The discovery could also help prevent fatty liver disease, diabetes, and other life-threatening metabolic linked complications. While the society doesn’t take aging as a disease or anything to do with ill health, medical doctors see it...
The push for the merging of technology and healthcare continues with the recent announcement out of Atlanta from Emory Healthcare.  Emory will be launching an innovative, technology hub that will create, test and implement solutions using technology that will be designed to improve health outcomes by minimizing the cost for both providers and patients. Writer Greg Slabodkin from Health Data...
The U.S. Air Force is currently working on a strategy that they feel will help in recruiting teenagers.  The idea is to use the internet that would assist in making a transition from flying a plane in a game to doing so in reality; in other words, teenage gamers are actively being recruited to join the Air Force. Every generation differs...
Digital payments; it’s been a while it is here now. What we got now is digital wallets and much more. Paying for things we buy online or offline is becoming very easy day by day. For example, take Paytm, BHIM UPI, and other such quick money transfer apps. Got a payment to do at a restaurant or for shopping,...
From iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave to some awesome new WatchOS features, Apple didn’t hold back on the upcoming additions to its devices’ operating systems at WWDC today. I was on-hand with the live tweets during the event, and I am so glad I didn’t miss it. Here’s a quick look at what all went down during the software-focused...
In an effort to become the world’s largest and most notable social media service, Facebook made deals with companies that allowed them access to users’ personal information - all without consent or notification. Among the firms that Facebook reach data-sharing agreements with are Apple, Amazon, BlackBerry, Microsoft and Samsung - all of which have gained access to your information...

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