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Right to Repair Support Grows As 17 US States Prepare To Debate

16 minutes ago   |   Android Headlines

In January, 2017, there were five US states recorded as having introduced bills related to ‘Right to Repair.' Fast forward to now and it seems in the last twelve months alone...
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ARM's CEO Simon Segars on Spectre/Meltdown, IoT security and more

ARM's CEO Simon Segars on Spectre/Meltdown, IoT security and more

1 hour ago   |   TechCrunch

This year's CES happened in the shadow of the Spectre and Meltdown disclosures, and virtually every conversation at the show turned to this topic at some point. Because this...
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Press X To Podcast: Episode 2 - Big Sausage Digits

2 hours ago   |   N4G   |   3 articles

COGconnected is back with the next episode of Press X To Podcast! Join Paul, Trevor, and Shawn as they talk about some of the video game industries hot topics, what we hope to...
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Origami-Inspired Miniature Robot Combines Precision with Speed

Origami-Inspired Miniature Robot Combines Precision with Speed

2 hours ago   |   R&D Magazine

ArticleA team of researchers from Harvard University have designed a new robot called the milliDelta robot. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: A.I./Robotics
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Outrunning the bulls: A look into Spain's developing startup ecosystem

Outrunning the bulls: A look into Spain's developing startup ecosystem

6 hours ago   |   The Next Web

After a devastating economic crisis brought the country to its knees, Spain has started to build itself back up - in part thanks to the country's developing startup ecosystem...
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Ultra-Thin Optical Fibers Lay Groundwork for Tissue Repair Using 3D Printer

Ultra-Thin Optical Fibers Lay Groundwork for Tissue Repair Using 3D Printer

7 hours ago   |   R&D Magazine

ArticleUltra-thin optical fibers could make it possible to use 3D printers to repair damaged tissues in humans. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: 3D Printing
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Off topic: Missing from the dictionary, political sandwiches, dying from your worst fear, novelty potato chips

Off topic: Missing from the dictionary, political sandwiches, dying from your worst fear, novelty potato chips

8 hours ago   |   SiliconBeat

The time the Oxford English Dictionary forgot a word because it was physically misplaced. A cafe in Southern California has opposing sandwiches: the Border Patrol and the...
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New ways scientists can help put science back into popular culture

8 hours ago   |   Phys.org

How often do you, outside the requirements of an assignment, ponder things like the workings of a distant star, the innards of your phone camera, or the number and layout of...
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Metal Gear Survive TGS 2016 Demo vs Beta 2017 PS4 Pro Graphics Comparison

9 hours ago   |   N4G   |   2 articles

Metal Gear Survive Beta has just begun allowing us to put our hands on very first MGS Spin off created without any supervision of Hideo Kojima. Its really interesting to watch...
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Facebook's head of AI really hates Sophia the robot

Facebook's head of AI really hates Sophia the robot

10 hours ago   |   The Verge

Sophia the robot is a bit of a non-persona non grata in the AI community. Its creators, Hanson Robotics, consistently exaggerate the bot's abilities, pretending that it's...
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Will 2018 be Pokémon's most legendary year yet?

The Pokémon Company has big plans for the New Year as they unleash some of the series' most elusive Pokémon on the world. Incredibly rare legendary Pokémon will be making a... Read more ...

I'm sure it's just a coincidence that 2017 was one of the hottest years on...

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Uber's big SoftBank deal has officially closed

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Facebook won't retreat from Stories as it adds desktop posting

Facebook Stories might feel redundant since 300 million people use its other Snapchat clones on Instagram and WhatsApp. But Facebook is convinced that the narrative, ephemeral... Read more ...