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Tips for Family Safety
Whether you live in an apartment building, cul-de-sac or the countryside, make it a point to get to know your neighbors. Building these relationships isn’t only neighborly, but can help keep you safe. Not only can you have a stronger community of people to …
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Here’s what 12 Wall Street pros are predicting for the stock market in 2018
Almost no one is bearish. This year is poised to be one of the most profitable for the S&P 500 in this bull market, now entering its ninth year, with a double-digit gain. And all the lead strategists at top Wall Street firms expect many of the same …
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Drake Performed at Snapchat’s Million New Year’s Party
Drake was the star performer at social media giant Snapchat’s top-secret company party in Los Angeles on Sunday night (31Dec17). Attendees were reportedly bound to strict secrecy, with employees told not to share any photos and the Snapchat app blocking …
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trendYou can ride this motorcycle with no hands
Bikers, get ready for smoother roads ahead: Honda has unveiled a self-balancing motorcycle perfect for keeping even inexperienced riders safe on two wheels. Instead of utilizing heavy gyroscopes for balance, Honda’s Riding Assist technology incorporates …
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EVP Terry Myerson on CES 2017: New Windows 10 devices to unlock the creator in each of us
This week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017, Microsoft partners announced some “fantastic new devices” that empower you to create and play, writes Terry Myerson, Windows and Devices Group executive vice president, on the Windows Blog.
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Nvidia Earns Another Round of Upgrades (NVDA)
Semiconductor giant Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) received another round of upgrades and increased price targets following the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. During CES 2017, the company announced it has partnered with German automaker Audi to …
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trend‘Sit With Us’ app finds lunch buddies for lonely children
A new app created by a 16-year-old California girl aims to make sure no child eats his or her school lunch alone. Natalie Hampton developed the idea for the Sit With Us app, which launched Sept. 9, to help students find kindness and welcoming groups …
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Nova Launcher Beta Update Includes Pixel Launcher Setup
Following in the footsteps of Action Launcher 3, Nova Launcher Beta has now been updated to bring that Pixel Launcher flavor as well. That means you get an app drawer that can be swiped into, an arrow indicator to remind you to swipe, transparent tinting …
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Tougher Cybersecurity Assessments Coming to Examinations: NCUA
The NCUA will build an extensive cybersecurity assessment into its examinations by late 2017, Tim Segerson, the agency’s deputy director of the Office of Examination and Insurance told the NCUA board Thursday. The assessment will be based on a tool …
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?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????The difference between working with Steve Jobs and Larry Page, according to the ex-CEO of Nest
Former Nest CEO Tony Fadell has the rare distinction of having worked closely with both Apple cofounder Steve Jobs and Google cofounder Larry Page. Fadell worked with Jobs during his nearly 10 years at Apple, for which he’s known as the “father of the iPod …
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Six road-trip apps to make the miles fly by
Hitting the road this summer? Forget Yelp and those hotel booking apps — they’re useful, but boring. Instead, pack along these apps to liven things up along the way. You might even learn something. Consult Roadside America’s database of offbeat …
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IPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Case Leaks Substantiate Rumors
Rumors and leaks suggest that the next-generation iPhone may have a similar shape to that of the 6s. On the other hand, the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 will come with 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM and will feature only a small camera update. Meanwhile, several Apple fans …
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Seagate Technology PLC (STX) Shares Sold by Public Employees Retirement

trendSeagate Technology PLC (STX) Shares Sold by Public Employees Retirement
Seagate Technology PLC logo Public Employees Retirement Association of Colorado cut its stake in shares of Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ:STX) by 8.0% during the fourth quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and …
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Is Wearable Technology Just a Fad?
Wearable technologies, like smartwatches and smartglasses, are heading towards the “trough of disillusionment”. As they fail to deliver on initial expectations, people are beginning to lose interest in them and there is a risk that they will disappear …
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NBN to trial fibre to the distribution point technology next month, confident
The new technology known as fibre to the distribution point (FttDP) could provide a cheaper alternative to fibre to the premises (FTTP) required for some homes unable to be serviced by a fibre to the node (FTTN) cabinet. Labor’s original model for the …
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Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court’s Unlikely Defender of Technology

trendAntonin Scalia, the Supreme Court’s Unlikely Defender of Technology
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away yesterday, leaving behind a controversial—at best—legacy. But the one area where he was shockingly forward-looking was in technology. Scalia’s opinions were backwards in almost every possible arena.
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Singapore Investing SG Billion In Science And Technology
To help with the push, the government announced on Jan. 7 that it has budgeted SG$ 19 billion (US$ 13.2 billion) to be spent on science and technology research over five years starting in April 2016. This money is to be shared by all sectors of the …
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Madyson Yetter is in her element when she’s hanging out with the robots at
As a shy freshman, she set an example by being one of a few girls to take on building robots. Now, Yetter, 18, is leading the team, which has more than doubled in size and boasts an almost even split of guys and girls.
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trendHealing the Oceans: Technology Can Pave the Way
The Schmidt Ocean Institute, co-founded by Wendy Schmidt and her husband, Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Alphabet (and former Executive Chairman of Google), is combining advanced science with state-of-the-art technology. Some of its activities …
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How technology can truly enhance the citizen experience
With technology ubiquitous in our everyday lives, there is an expectation that using it as part of citizen experience (CX) efforts will help quickly close the gap between citizens’ expectation and the reality of the service they often get from government.
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New classroom technology makes teaching interactive
School can be difficult enough, but try it in a different language. For Lakeview High School students where English is a second language, there is a new technological tool providing a more interactive learning experience in Jay Glasmann’s classroom.
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Revamping The Status Quo In 2015: 4 Trends In HR Technology

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Revamping The Status Quo In 2015: 4 Trends In HR Technology
What are the hot trends in HR technology? It’s a rhetorical question: put another way: what aren’t the trends? HR technology in itself, having profoundly changed the game, is the hot trend: it’s heated up our field in ways that allow us to leverage …
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Wearable technology is about to hit the battlefield
The new technology aims to use high-end printing technologies to create stretchable electronics that could be embedded with sensors and worn by soldiers, a defense official said, and could ultimately be used on ships or warplanes for real-time …
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Many drivers leave car technology stuck in idle
In its 2015 Driver Interactive Vehicle Experience Report — a study of how new car owners use their vehicles within the first 90 days after a purchase — J.D. Power found that at least 20 percent never used 16 of the 33 technology features measured.
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trendIntel and Micron unveil 3D XPoint, a brand new memory technology
Importantly, however, Intel and Micron say that 3D XPoint is “affordable,” which means we might actually see it in consumer-grade devices. Other new memory technologies, such as phase-change memory, have so far proven too expensive to compete with …
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The Bijou and New Technology
Long the centerpiece of the movie studio’s revenue generating machine, the movie theatre has been undergoing wrenching changes. As a result of technological advances, movie studios continue to explore ways to keep theatres relevant. A brief history is …
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How to plan for buying or upgrading to new technology
In my view, there is a difference between updating technology and new technology. Once you’ve been using a tool, it’s pretty tough to go back. Thus, updating is essential. Deciding on whether and when to buy new technology is a question of need (or …
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trendWill your expensive new headphones soon be obsolete?
They’re a staple even on cutting-edge smartphones, televisions and Hi-Fis, but the jack plug was invented back in the 19th century to route phone calls. You can see hundreds of them in the photograph below, being rearranged with swift dexterity by …
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Technology Administrator Offers Six ‘Tech Check’ Tips for 2015
For technology directors and other IT personnel in K-12 schools, the new year means many things, including fixing technology devices and other repairs. So says Carlos A. Garcia, veteran in technology administration for school districts, who offers six …
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Twine: the program that’s democratised the video gaming world
Perhaps the most surprising thing about “Gamergate”, the culture war that continues to rage within the world of video games, is the game that touched it off. Depression Quest, created by the developers Zoe Quinn, Patrick Lindsey and Isaac Schankler …
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