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AR and VR Can Help Restore Sight
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We mostly associate Virtual reality and augmented reality with gaming, with some choosing to watch videos using them. Not many have associated the two ...

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AT&T Is Buying Time Warner
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AT&T has reached an agreement to buy Time Warner for $85.4 billion a deal that would transform the company to a media giant. AT&T agreed to pay $105.50 ...

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Internet Outage Takes down Many of the Most Visited Websites
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Many of the most visited websites including Twitter, Spotify, SoundCloud, Shopify, Airbnb, Vox Boston Globe among other were down following a wave of ...

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Nokia and SK Broadband Are Testing 52Gbps Speeds in S. Korea
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South Korea always seems to be leading the whole world in internet connectivity. While the US and EU are struggling to bring 100Mbps and 5G internet to their ...

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Intelematics Believes an App Can Reduce Traffic Congestion
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Traffic congestion is one of the main challenges facing current cities. Different groups are coming up with probable solutions though none can be termed as ...

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Brain Implant Helps to Restore a Paralyzed Man’s Sense of Touch
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A study being conducted by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh has shown incredible progress to restoring a sense of touch to paralyzed individuals. ...

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Drone Delivery Begins in Rwanda
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When drone delivery was first announce, many were skeptical about its success levels. Questions including interference with the air space, use by terrorists ...

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BMW’s Motorcycle of the Future Will Not Require a Helmet
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To marks its 100th birthday, BMW has unveiled a number of concept vehicles. The most exciting in the Motorrad vision next 100, is a concept motorcycle that ...

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UK Successfully Transmits Data Through the National Electricity Grid
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UK researchers have successfully transmitted data through the national electricity grid. The success of this trial could be a significant step towards the ...

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Computer Keyboards Can Be Used to Detect Parkinson’s Disease
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Researchers at MIT  have discovered a way for people to check themselves for the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease by just monitoring how they type, regardless ...

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