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Air Force Research Lab, NASA issue RFI for future mission tech Albuquerque Business First The Air Force Research Lab in Albuquerque and NASA are looking for proposals to research and…

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It appears that Apple’s iMessages and FaceTime outage earlier this week was not an isolated incident, as Apple users had no doubt hoped. The messaging and video chat networks went…

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Hills Holdings sets path for high- tech future NEWS.com.au Hills Holdings sets path for high- tech future . by: Business Editor Christopher Russell; From: The Advertiser; April 13, 2013 12:00AM. Increase…

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Apple is about to sign the dotted line on a huge music streaming sevice agreement with Universal Music Group, if sources are to be believed. Two sources with inside information…

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Review: Qpad QH-90

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This manufacturer knows how to treat you like a pro gamer. These nearly top-of-the-line headphones from QPad, the Swedish purveyor of fine gaming wares, are presented to…

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Oracle has made a move in the real time analytics market with the announcement of a bunch of In-Memory Applications for its Oracle Engineered Systems. It says this will…

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Realtors examine future of the industry at Tech Mart San Jose Mercury News Approximately 125 members of the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors and neighboring associations gathered at the Tech Mart…

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Miami-Dade School Board offers glimpse at high- tech future MiamiHerald.com In Miami-Dade, call this class of interactive technology and new-school teaching methods the class of the…

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The future is now: Navy to deploys lasers on ships in 2014 Fox News There are some concerns with the new technology , however. Navy officials expressed worries with its ability to…

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Future of smartphones: 5G tech , wrist-watch mobile & more CIOL One kilogram. That’s what it weighed, the bulky prototype used for a wireless phone call by a Motorola engineer…

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Hundreds Of Fast Food Workers Stage Walkout In Union-Driven Protest.

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Ferrara: “U.S. Cannot Spend Itself Rich” The Death Of Free Enterprise – Breaking Down Obamanomics – Wake Up America.

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Jobs Report Blame Game – White House Cites Sequester “Headwind” – Megyn Kelly.

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GameZone Xbox tweets hint at ‘always on’ future CNET While Orth later apologized, saying it had being a bit of banter with friends, it did raise awareness that there are…

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If you’re in the office now, look around you. The people you see looking at their smartphones are probably playing Temple Run . This according to apps analytics firm Flurry which…

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Visionary predicts high- tech not-so-distant future Northern Virginia Daily Society is entering a period of unprecedented opportunity that will see humanity change more in the next 20 years than…

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Mozilla and Samsung, sitting in a tree. P-r-o-g-r-a-m-m-i-n-g. OK, maybe it’s not as catchy as the childhood diddy, but the…

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Magid on Tech : Roku’s future looks bright as upgrades continue San Jose Mercury News When I got my first Roku in 2008, I saw it mainly as a way to stream…

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After catching some flack from the Chinese media about its warranty practices, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has issued an apology with a plan of action to rectify the situation. A…

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Thunderbolt is exciting for its bandwidth and the versatility of how it carries data. The latter allows a port to morph into another kind, as with Apple’s FireWire and Ethernet…

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Microsoft is about to kill Windows RT , according to a report published today. DigiTimes quoted “sources from the upstream supply chain” saying that the Windows RT name will be dead…

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Gartner’s gurus forecast future tech spending splurge Register Gartner’s analysts have used their highly-tuned abdominal sensing units and cerebral computing powers to forecast worldwide IT spending will rise to…

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The NextWomen Business Magazine Jennifer Tour Chayes, Computer Scientist, on Creating the Tech of the Future The NextWomen Business Magazine Jennifer has recently been the recipient of many leadership awards…

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Popular news aggregation tool Flipboard has crossed over into version 2.0 and brings big new features, first for iOS users. Creating your own curated magazines is central to this major revision…

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Microsoft has decided to bring its Build developers conference south this year, announcing today that the annual gathering will occupy San Francisco’s Moscone Center June 26-June 28. Here, devs will get…

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Gay rights advocates are fighting in both courts and legislatures. Given the history of other civil rights movements, which front is more promising?

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You have to love it when marketing teams embrace the latest social media trends. 20th Century Fox is counting down to the release of The Wolverine in July, and planning…

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Good news for Windows 8 and Windows RT users: updates for the Mail, Calendar and People apps are being released on March 26, Microsoft announced today on its official Windows blog. “The…

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Apple is hoping to boost its much-maligned Maps application by acquiring a start-up location service that pinpoints a user’s position when they’re indoors. The company has paid a…

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Microsoft’s Windows Store now has 50,000 apps available to download for Windows 8 and the tablet-based Windows RT platform, according to new figures. The independent MetroStoreScanner website now lists 50,304 apps on…

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Update: Apple said that it is working to correct the Apple ID password reset exploit that was discovered earlier today and forced the company to suspend its iForgot tool. “Apple…

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NeuroSpire, with Jake Stauch at the helm, has developed software that lets companies scan brains to deliver better ads–and do it on the cheap. About four years ago, Jake…

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Flow batteries could back up grid of the future New Scientist There have been growing pains, though, including anode failures, short membrane life and electrolyte leakage, says Steve Minnihan, an…

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Make a condom that people actually want to use, and snag yourself a hundred K from the Gates Foundation. Also you’ll save millions of lives. Men are idiots. Hence the…

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Obama Comments of Cypress and The Nationalizing of Bank accounts Highland Hi farm call us at 215 651 8329 free cyress trees The Bailout For Cyprus – created …

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Ever find yourself desperately needing an animated GIF of a rock hyrax? Of course you have, you’re human and this is the internet and rock hyraxes are peculiar and fascinating…

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Simple WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) web design programs make creating basic sites as easy as using a word processor. The next step up combines a WYSIWYG…

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This could double the amount of livers available for transplant and save thousands of lives. Livers for everyone! A new machine can keep human livers warm and functioning outside the…

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Zoom around the world’s networks with a new 3-D visualization app. Peer 1 Hosting has been trying to explain what the Internet looks like since 2011, when they created an infographic map…

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All around the site where the rover drilled its first sample, evidence shows the rocks formed in watery conditions. The Mars rover Curiosity’s home in Gale Crater may be dry…

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