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We Are Living in a Robot Moment — Rejoice, Cower, and Copulate?

Every story about robots is in some way a story about death. Sometimes it’s the human race that gets it. Sometimes it’s a tiny plastic dog. 126 more words


Good News Friday - Sukkot edition

As I noted in my previous post, I tried my hardest to keep the news positive this week but in the light of yesterday’s terror attack I was tempted to cancel this Good News Friday installment. 2,789 more words

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LG Gram - AntiApple

LG este cunoscut de multă lume, pentru numeroase produse, de la televizoare la smartphone-uri, dar gigantul coreean este, de asemenea și un producător de computere. Nu se poate spune asta însă și despre cumpărătorii americani, pentru că LG a vândut anterior laptopuri oriunde altundeva, însă nu in USA. 518 more words


Aparna Rao: High-tech art (with a sense of humor) [7:46]

Artist and TED Fellow Aparna Rao re-imagines the familiar in surprising, often humorous ways. With her collaborator Soren Pors, Rao creates high-tech art installations – a typewriter that sends emails, a camera that tracks you through the room only to make you invisible on screen – that put a playful spin on ordinary objects and interactions. 29 more words


What Silicon Valley Can Learn From Seoul 

Like most young people in the Bay Area, Mike Kim grew up believing that the future of technology was being forged in Silicon Valley. Raised in Piedmont, an affluent suburb of Oakland, Kim was in college during the rise of Facebook, and he watched in amazement as tech start-ups transformed the world around him. 66 more words


Samsung - Plier son son smartphone en deux a partir de janvier 2016 ?...

Plié son smartphone en deux, un geste possible dès janvier 2016 ? Dans un article paru le 15 septembre 2015, Samsung serait en train de tester un smartphone à écran pliable. 382 more words


Cops' private patrols raise questions - City officers with Hi-Tech Security got involved in chase that cost firm's owner his license as he faces new competition - 14 Jun 2009 P-D

ST. LOUIS – Red and blue lights flashing behind them, Thomas Dobrowski and his son took turns trying to explain their plight to a 911 dispatcher. 2,118 more words