Buried in an otherwise dry report on autonomous vehicles and urban tourism is the very interesting conundrum of selling sex in self-driving cars. Researchers Scott Cohen and Debbie Hopkins teamed up to explore […]
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Like most people, my smartphone is an extension of me: It’s the first thing I see after I wake up and one of the last things I see before I go to sleep. […]
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Amazon Echo recordings might have captured a homicide, and a U.S. judge recently ordered Amazon to hand them over for murder case evidence. On Monday, a judge said that New Hampshire authorities who […]
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The world’s longest sea crossing will soon connect more than just automobiles. China’s new Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HZMB) will be fitted with 5G mobile service “in the future,” according to bridge network operator […]
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Even before they were the same thing, just mentioning Valve or VR headsets was a great way to excite hardcore PC gamers. Classics like Half-Life, Portal, and (ugh) Dota 2 represents some of […]
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Researchers at Purdue University invented a smart drainage device for patients with glaucoma. A leading cause of blindness, glaucoma is a group of diseases that damage the eye’s optic nerve, and can currently […]
Samsung’s foldable tablet/smartphone hybrid won’t go on sale until early next year. They do, however, have another premium device that folds in half that available for purchase right now. Not thanks to a […]
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