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A Bone Conduction ‘Smart Ring’ Is Changing the Way We Use Our Phones

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Remember like five years ago when everyone thought the word Bluetooth was a noun describing a thing you stuck in your ear? It took us all a minute getting used to walking through the grocery store, airport, or wherever, realizing the person flapping their gums wasn’t actually talking to us. In the …

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Will Ray J’s Celebrity Status Help His New Green E-Bike Company Succeed?

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Celebrities using their fame and fortune to try to branch out in their life’s ventures and aspirations is nothing new. That being said, this one may surprise you—R&B singer Ray J and his business partner Billy Jones have brought a new E-Bike named the Scoot-E-Bike to the market under the brand …

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You Can Now Play Tattooed Audio Recordings Through Your Phone’s Speakers

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The four-person-team of a new startup called Skin Motion is seeking to present something unique to the world that they are describing as “tattoos brought to life”. Believe it or not, that smartphone camera in your pocket has a variety of uses beyond facilitating the estimated one million plus selfies taken every …

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Video: How the Internet of the Future Will Close Us off Even More

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The other day I posted an infographic on Instagram that pointed out how apps and social networks are copying each other’s features: Is #socialmedia media #innovation dying? It’s getting harder and harder to tell #Instagram, #Facebook, #Snapchat and #Twitter apart! #business #seo #marketing #growthhacking A post shared by Lavoisier Cornerstone …

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Meet the New Face of Police Riot Vehicles

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It would seem that someone has been paying attention to the riots in our world and saw an opportunity for evolution in police equipment. I’m really kind of baffled as to what to think about it but one thing’s for sure, the cops are not playing out here. My initial thought …

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Pop.Up by Airbus: The Flying Car that’s Almost Here Foreal

The Pop.Up concept teases seamless transport on the ground and in the air. 
The Pop.Up concept teases seamless transport on the ground and in the air.

What a time to be alive! In science fiction and real life predictions, flying cars have been the quintessential technology of the future that everyone expected to be here by now but haven’t arrived yet. That could change before the year is over, according to the Airbus CEO Tom Enders. …

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A California Start-Up Managed to 3D Print an Entire House

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Much to the chagrin of the government, we’ve seen 3D printers used to create very real and working firearms. Or for a tastier application, someone equipped one for desserts and literally printed complete cakes. 3D printing is one of those technological advancements that feels as though it is ahead of its …

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Pastor Tim Keller Spoke to Google Employees on “Making Sense of God”

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In late 2016, Pastor Tim Keller was provided with his second opportunity to speak at the offices of tech giant Google. Keller is world-renowned as a Christian theologian, apologist, and author, while also serving as the founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. He is almost always fairly soft-spoken …

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Betabox: the Shipping Container Turned Mobile Tech Lab

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Technology is advancing at break-neck speeds. The smartphone in your pocket has more computing power than what it took to put a man on the moon. In many ways, we take it for granted, but on the downside there are also a lot of growing pains and struggles to keep …

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An Incredible Cardboard House That Will Last a Century

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The tiny house movement is fascinating. It seems to have a charm that appeals to everyone, but how many could actually do it? I’ve seen shipping containers and even an old dumpster used to create one. Of course many people build them from scratch, but now that the trend has …

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