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Elon Musk’s Body-Machine Interface Startup Is About As Sci-Fi As It Gets

Human beings like to try and better themselves. We spend a whole bunch of time and money on it. There’s a reason the wellness industry is worth $3.7 trillion. With the human brain controlling over 650 muscles, it remains one of the most fascinating and complex parts of the human body, and one which we […]

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Orlando VPN Provider Sues Competitor, Claiming Blackmailing and Cyber Attacks

There’s no doubt that our society relies on technology. With nearly 20.4 billion IoT-linked items in existence projected by 2020, we’re more digitally connected than ever. But online security remains a real problem. Although free WiFi may be available in your favorite coffee shop, that doesn’t mean you should automatically connect; doing so can leave […]

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The Definitive Guide To Buying A Motorcycle

The U.S. is made for motorcycle enthusiasts. With thousands of miles of open roads to explore, it’s no wonder so many people are registered motorcycle owners; in the state of Colorado alone — one of the most scenically beautiful states in the country –, there are approximately 184,549 motorcycles registered. We know you’re itching to […]

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Samsung Firevase Brings Safety to Cinematic Level

As humans, we need some amount of heat to survive. Shelter and clothing provide insulation from the elements, though most of us also rely on other sources — like fireplaces or heaters — to add extra warmth when outside temperatures drop. It’s no wonder that the U.S. Department of Energy reports 45% of the average […]

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How Tech Is Helping Children Overcome Their Dental Anxieties

Worldwide, nearly 100% of adults and between 60% to 90% of school-age children¬†have dental cavities. To put this in perspective, there are a total of 5.3 million PK-12 students in the 30,861 private schools that are in the U.S. alone (not including the massive amount of students in public schools too). Adults’ teeth typically wear […]

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Ablaze And Adrift: Nissan Shipping Container Carrying 3,500 Cars Continues To Burn

In 2012, the global aviation industry transported an estimated $6.4 trillion worth of cargo.¬†On New Year’s Eve, 2018, a massive container ship carrying 3,500 brand new Nissan vehicles caught fire. The Sincerity Ace was headed to Honolulu from Nissan’s home base in Japan when the catastrophic fire broke out. The 21-member crew was forced to […]

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E-Commerce May Currently Be King, But Brick-and-Mortar Could Reign Supreme Again

E-commerce revenue keeps on climbing, as is evidenced by the $423.3 billion or so this sector of the retail industry brings in on an annual basis. And it should come as a surprise to no one that chief among those e-companies is none other than Amazon, the trailblazers who handily dominated retail sales in 2018, […]

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UK Supermarket Chain Partners With Farming Robot Company

The farming, manufacturing, and machining industries are some of the biggest and most important production industries in the world. In the U.S., manufacturers contribute $2.18 trillion to the economy alone. And with new technologies, these industries are better than ever. This is why a UK company is beginning to test robots on farms. In partnership […]

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Opioid Addiction Treatment Reaches New Frontier With The Anti-Opioid Vaccine

It’s no secret that our country is facing an addiction epidemic: every day, more than 115 Americans die from opioid overdoses. News channels and government officials are constantly referring to this crisis, yet nothing substantial has been done to change those statistics. Fortunately, there may be a new weapon in this ongoing war: an anti-opioid […]

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Sci-Fi Achieved: MIT Scientists Fly First Ion Powered Aircraft

Flight has been historically concocted of metal and combustion. The four main functions of metalworking fluid — cooling, lubrication, chip removal, and corrosion control — worked in tandem to piece hundreds of tons of metal together. Then massive combustion engines would propel the hunk of metal into the sky. Now we have flight. Well, rudimentary […]