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Category: Technogeddon

Category: Technogeddon

Space Travel to Mars Could Kill Astronauts by Zapping Their Gut Bacteria

October 4 2018

Space Travel to Mars Could Kill Astronauts by Zapping Their Gut Bacteria

A new study published by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has thrown a major wrench into the government’s pipe…

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Meet the Farmers of the Future: Robots

October 4 2018

Meet the Farmers of the Future: Robots

Brandon Alexander would like to introduce you to Angus, the farmer of the future. He’s heavyset, weighing in at nearly…

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Drone Wars: Chinese Armed Drones Now Flying Across Mideast Battlefields

October 4 2018

Drone Wars: Chinese Armed Drones Now Flying Across Mideast Battlefields

Across the Middle East, countries locked out of purchasing U.S.-made drones due to rules over excessive civilian casualties are being…

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Calling God: Spacecraft Drops Robot on Asteroid to Hunt for Origin of Solar System

October 3 2018

Calling God: Spacecraft Drops Robot on Asteroid to Hunt for Origin of Solar System

A robot has been successfully dropped onto an asteroid millions of miles from Earth – and will now hunt for…

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Confirmed: Link Between Violent Video Games and Physical Aggression – Study

October 3 2018

Confirmed: Link Between Violent Video Games and Physical Aggression – Study

The latest in the long-standing debate over violent video games: They do cause players to become more physically aggressive. An…

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Basic Security Fail: The Facebook Hack Exposes an Internet-Wide Failure

October 3 2018

Basic Security Fail: The Facebook Hack Exposes an Internet-Wide Failure

Facebook Has Received ample blame for the historic data breach that allowed hackers to not only take over the accounts…

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Dawn of Brain-to-Brain Communication: ‘Social Network’ Transmit Thoughts to Each Other’s Heads

October 2 2018

Dawn of Brain-to-Brain Communication: ‘Social Network’ Transmit Thoughts to Each Other’s Heads

The ability to send thoughts directly to another person’s brain is the stuff of science fiction. At least, it used…

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‘Digital Strip-Searches’ Travelers Refusing Digital Search Now Face $5000 Customs Fine

October 2 2018

‘Digital Strip-Searches’ Travelers Refusing Digital Search Now Face $5000 Customs Fine

Travelers who refuse to hand over their phone or laptop passwords to Customs officials can now be slapped with a…

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Construction Workers, Drywallers Need Not Apply: Humanoid Construction Robot Installs Drywall by Itself

October 2 2018

Construction Workers, Drywallers Need Not Apply: Humanoid Construction Robot Installs Drywall by Itself

If Japan’s Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Institute has its way, construction workers might be a thing of the past.…

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Laser Satellite Wars: Will China’s New Laser Satellite Become the ‘Death Star’ for Submarines?

October 1 2018

Laser Satellite Wars: Will China’s New Laser Satellite Become the ‘Death Star’ for Submarines?

China is developing a satellite with a powerful laser for anti-submarine warfare that researchers hope will be able to pinpoint…

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Facial Recognition Tech at Schools Fuels Privacy Alarm: As Facial-Recognition Technology Grows So Does Privacy Guardedness

October 1 2018

Facial Recognition Tech at Schools Fuels Privacy Alarm: As Facial-Recognition Technology Grows So Does Privacy Guardedness

RealNetworks is offering schools a new, free security tool: facial-recognition software. But as the technology moves further into public spaces,…

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Augmented Reality Comes to Child Playgrounds: Norfolk “Smart” Playgrounds Harness Creative Power of Augmented Reality

October 1 2018

Augmented Reality Comes to Child Playgrounds: Norfolk “Smart” Playgrounds Harness Creative Power of Augmented Reality

Slides, swings, monkey bars and an augmented reality. A company is using technology to help lead kids away from screens…

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