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Science, lasers and Yoda: Arizona Science Centers Create lab blooms with innovation

Science, lasers and Yoda: Arizona Science Centers Create lab blooms with innovation

| August 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

The State Press Science, lasers and Yoda: Arizona Science Center's Create lab blooms with innovation The State Press “One of our members, she's got some disabilities, but she's made a ( computer ) mouse for her foot, so she can actually control her computer that way,” he said. This project takes place among others in [...]

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Science, lasers and Yoda: Arizona Science Centers Create lab blooms with innovation

Science, lasers and Yoda: Arizona Science Centers Create lab blooms with innovation

| August 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

The State Press Science, lasers and Yoda: Arizona Science Center's Create lab blooms with innovation The State Press “One of our members, she's got some disabilities, but she's made a ( computer ) mouse for her foot, so she can actually control her computer that way,” he said. This project takes place among others in [...]

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Safety technology still needs work

Safety technology still needs work

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Automotive News (subscription) (blog) Safety technology still needs work Automotive News (subscription) (blog) The first wave of active safety technology — features such as emergency braking, lane-departure warning and adaptive cruise control — has reduced accidents. But experts say several aspects must be upgraded before today's advanced driver assistance … and more » …

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Safety technology still needs work

Safety technology still needs work

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Automotive News (subscription) (blog) Safety technology still needs work Automotive News (subscription) (blog) The first wave of active safety technology — features such as emergency braking, lane-departure warning and adaptive cruise control — has reduced accidents. But experts say several aspects must be upgraded before today's advanced driver assistance … and more » …

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Deception technology grows and evolves

Deception technology grows and evolves

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Deception technologies such as honeypots are becoming increasingly popular with enterprises as the products get more flexible and the tools allow security analysts swamped with incident reports to zero in on cases of actual ongoing infiltration. According to a report released in August by research firm Technavio, the deception technology market is growing at a [...]

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Hackers trick facial-recognition logins with photos from Facebook (what else?)

Hackers trick facial-recognition logins with photos from Facebook (what else?)

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Hackers trick facial-recognition logins with photos from Facebook (what else?) PS News Earlier this month at the Usenix security conference, security and computer vision specialists from the University of North Carolina presented a system that uses digital 3-D facial models based on publicly available photos and displayed with mobile … …

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Microsoft HoloLens is VR with some dignity | News | Geek.com

Microsoft HoloLens is VR with some dignity | News | Geek.com

| August 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Geek Microsoft HoloLens is VR with some dignity | News | Geek.com Geek When the HoloLens, the $3,000 developer edition of Microsoft's augmented reality headset, arrived here in the Geek.com office I wasn't excited. Why should I be … and more » …

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Microsoft HoloLens is VR with some dignity | News | Geek.com

Microsoft HoloLens is VR with some dignity | News | Geek.com

| August 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Geek Microsoft HoloLens is VR with some dignity | News | Geek.com Geek When the HoloLens, the $3,000 developer edition of Microsoft's augmented reality headset, arrived here in the Geek.com office I wasn't excited. Why should I be … and more » …

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How using technology makes our family farm better

How using technology makes our family farm better

| August 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

My 2½-year-old grandson recently stayed at our family farm in North Dakota while his parents enjoyed a few days away. One morning, he and I got up early. Everyone else remained asleep. “What would you like for breakfast,” I asked. “Cereal,” he said. So I put a bowl on the counter and poured from a [...]

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Siri performance is being held back by microphone technology | BGR

Siri performance is being held back by microphone technology | BGR

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BGR Siri performance is being held back by microphone technology | BGR BGR Over the past few years, Siri's functionality and reliability has improved by leaps and bounds. Not only is Siri's feature-set more expansive than ever, but it … and more » …

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