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Rides: Why America Needs More Teslas and Fewer Ubers

Rides: Why America Needs More Teslas and Fewer Ubers

mag813 March 18, 2017 0

Tesla has a seemingly bottomless appetite for capital. The company raised $2 billion from bond investors in 2014, sold $738 million in stock in 2015, and sold $1.46 billion in stock in 2016. Now

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The SmartBracket App Uses Artificial Intelligence to Predict March Madness Wins

The SmartBracket App Uses Artificial Intelligence to Predict March Madness Wins

mag813 March 15, 2017 0

Everybody wants to be a March Madness guru, someone who can see upsets around corners and win their office pool. To fill this seasonal basketball need, a multitude of remarkably full-featured standalone services have

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You Can Hack Phones, Computers & Cars With Music

You Can Hack Phones, Computers & Cars With Music

mag813 March 15, 2017 0

A new study from researchers from the University of Michigan and the University of South Carolina has found that accelerometers, the motion-sensing chips used in phones, tablets, computers, cars and medical equipment, can be

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Social Media Has Created a Generation of Self-Obsessed Narcissists

Social Media Has Created a Generation of Self-Obsessed Narcissists

mag813 March 14, 2017 0

In the opening scene to cult British movie, Trainspotting, the film’s protagonist, Renton (played by Ewan McGregor,) launches straight into a nihilistic, yet perversely uplifting, tirade against the spiritually bankrupt materialism that had triumphed

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Google & Levi’s Will Sell A $350 “Smart” Jean Jacket

Google & Levi’s Will Sell A $350 “Smart” Jean Jacket

mag813 March 13, 2017 0

There are devices you wear on your wrist or maybe strapped around your arm, but Levi’s and Google have gone a step further in the realm of so-called “wearables” with a jacket that wirelessly

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By 2030, You’ll Be Living in a World That’s Run by Google

By 2030, You’ll Be Living in a World That’s Run by Google

mag813 March 13, 2017 0

Larry Page, one of Google’s two co-founders, once said off-handedly that Google is not about building a search engine. As he said it, “Oh, we’re really making an AI”. Google right now is all

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The i.Con Is the World’s First Smart Condom

The i.Con Is the World’s First Smart Condom

mag813 March 10, 2017 0

Manufactured by British Condoms the i.Con is the first smart condom on the market. The contraceptive device utilizes a nano-chip to measure a number of variables during sex including velocity, girth and positions used, sending

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There’s a Secret Version of Tinder for Hot People Only

There’s a Secret Version of Tinder for Hot People Only

mag813 March 8, 2017 0

Tinder has been operating a secret, members-only version of its dating app called Tinder Select — but we regular humans aren’t allowed to use it. According to TechCrunch, the app keeps out all the

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This Floating Hotel Room Will Take You to a Deserted Island

This Floating Hotel Room Will Take You to a Deserted Island

mag813 March 8, 2017 0

Located in Kyushu Nagasaki Sasebo city, Huis Ten Bosch is a “Dutch-themed park” in Japan that’s developing an all new attraction unlike anything we’ve ever seen, because this floating hotel room takes you to

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Could an Arm Patch Be the New Cure for Migraines?

Could an Arm Patch Be the New Cure for Migraines?

mag813 March 7, 2017 0

A wireless arm patch that is controlled by a smartphone app might be the most fascinating new breakthrough in health technology. When a patient begins to experience a migraine, they can activate the patch, which

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