Emerging Tech

New Kindle Fire Tablets Are On The Way!

Amazon Kindle

Readers unite, the newest Kindle Fire is set to be released this coming fall! While most of us would much rather hold a real book in our hands, there is definitely something to be said for the convenience of an eReader like the Kindle Fire.

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The Unveiling Of The New Nexus 7

Google Nexus 7

At today’s San Francisco press conference, Google announced the Nexus 7 tablet. We have to say that even as iPad fans, we’re impressed. The new Nexus tablet measures 7.79 x 4.72 x 0.41 inches and has a 7-inch screen with full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and 323ppi! Running on Android 4.3 on a quad-core 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro ...

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Face Recognizing Technology For A-List Shoppers?

Facial Recognition

Technology is taking over, there is no doubt about it, but in some stores technology is getting a little more...creepy. A lot of people wonder about big brother taking over, and a recent news story from NPR exemplifies a shift towards "big brother is watching" society.

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Using eReaders for School and Work

Kindle Fire

These days having a professional shared drive loaded with suggested reading is becoming popular. Loading and sharing PDFs and other technical documents is a must have for eReaders these days. Below are some tips to help you to take advantage of this new trend in sharing professional reading materials and getting the most out of your eReader.

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Technology Continues to Make TV Better

directv

The remote control may soon be obsolete if the latest technology for TV has anything to say about it. The days of browsing through hundreds of channels or flipping through the weekly TV Guide are long gone for those who embrace technology. Here are just a few ways that DirecTV and other apps are working to make watching TV even easier.

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Mind Reading Rodents: Rats Wired to Communicate From Afar

Rat_eating

Think of the possibilities! Think of all of the wonderful feats we could accomplish, only if rats could read each other’s minds! Think of all of the lost crumbs of cheese we could recover with all of the world’s rats working in tandem! Researchers at Duke University have developed a brain-to-brain interface which allows rats to communicate using only their ...

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