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New Manufacturing Method May Make Dream of Widely Available Graphene a Reality


Graphene is being billed as the wonder material that will be the basis for a new industrial revolution. Just as the construction of giant skyscrapers couldn’t have been imagined before the advent of steel for the superstructure, there are uses for graphene that we cannot even contemplate yet. According to Shaygan Kheradpir, it will enhance…

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AOL Announces a Deal with Microsoft


It’s been a busy month for AOL, now a subsidiary of Verizon. The company merged with Verizon in a record-breaking deal that was completed just last week. Now, the company, best known today for their advertising technology, has inked a 10 year deal with Microsoft. According to local report, AOL will manage and sell display,…

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Slyce – Leading Visual Search Technology


Visual search is quite an impressive new technology. It has many different applications and benefits for those whom are using it to discover new information online. One of the biggest users of the technology has been retailers, whom have fully embraced visual search as a way of being able to help match people with products….

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BrainPort V100 Allows Blind People to See with Their Tongue


A new device will allow blind people to see, not with their eyes, but with their tongue. The BrainPort V100 consists of a tiny video camera that mounts on a pair of glasses and a small, flat, electrode-filled device that is held against the tongue. The electrodes convert the images the camera sees into signals…

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Save Money And Get Great Services With FreedomPop


A small family of three was always using the Internet. One day, the Internet service provider that the family used, they decided that they were going to raise their prices. The price hikes meant that the family of three would have to pay $10 more a month for their Internet bill. Although $10 added to…

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Why Are Internet Speeds Being Slowed Down?


Those among us who really love fast internet speeds are not going to be thrilled with the actions of several top internet providers. Basically, thousands of people are just discovering they have signed onto deceptively slower internet speeds. Essentially, the providers have been deliberately cutting speeds down. Time-Warner and AT&T are two providers known for…

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‘Rogue Cut’ to be aired at Comic-Con 2015


For fans of ‘X-Men’ the ‘Days of Future Past’ was probably one of the best films related to the franchise in recent memory, at least since ‘X-1′ — in our opinion. We got to see a time traveling Hugh Jackman, a drugged up Xavier who could walk, and a whole mess of trouble created by…

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App Ordering


It seems that talking to people face to face may soon be a thing of the past. It’s all thanks to the advancements in technology especially when it comes to mobile devices. Our phones do so much more than just being a way to call someone up and tell them what’s going on says Ricardo…

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Google Granted Patent For Unmanned Flying Ambulance


In a revolutionary, technological application that can save, hundreds, even thousands of lives, Google has applied for and was granted a patent, by the US Patent and Trademark Office, to transport medical products, in emergency and disaster situations, by unmanned aerial conveyance, or more commonly referred to as “drones”. In essence, the drone becomes a…

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New NSA Documents Released By Snowden Claim The Obama Administration Expanded The Spying Program


Some people forget that Edward Snowden didn’t release all the documents he took from the NSA files. Snowden and his allies are strategically releasing new information about the NSA spying operation in the United States. Even though many government officials said they had no idea that the government spy agency was snooping on Americans, a…

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