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Wednesday, January 22 2020

The Philippines Green smart city to combat pollution in Manila

The new city, dubbed New Clark City, is considered Manila’s twin city. It’s located in Central Luzon, about 75 miles from Manila at a former U.S. military base. It’s expected...

Blockchain is not only crappy technology but a bad vision for the future

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Blockchain is not only crappy technology but a bad vision for the future. Its failure to achieve adoption to date is because systems built on trust, norms, and institutions...

12 INSANE WATCHES You Won’t Believe Exist

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IF THE VIDEO DOESN'T START CLICK HERE From miniature moving bird sculptures to solar systems on your wrist, check out these 12 insane watches you won’t believe exist!  

The Disruptors – Up, up and away

Humanity has always dreamed of flying. Leonardo da Vinci sketched out his idea for a “helical screw” flying machine in the 15th Century. But it wasn’t until Orville &...

Graphene film makes dirty water drinkable in a single step

Every year, millions of people around the world die from drinking unclean water. Now, researchers have developed a process that can purify water, no matter how dirty it is,...

INTEL OLYMPICS SHOW

It’s freezing cold in PyeongChang, South Korea. When more than 1,200 Intel Shooting Star drones fly into the night, in a record-breaking performance. Follow the drone team’s journey to...

Amazing Architecture – Chinese Library

The futuristic library that went viral has been exposed for being a lot less than it seemed in pictures. The Binhai Library in Tianjin, China, has been making the rounds...

Facebook wants your naked photos

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26-5-18 What are they going to share this time or loose to hackers. Last year, Facebook, facing increased scrutiny over its decision-making, launched a program intended to combat a growing...

MY HOUSE SPIED ON ME

n December, I converted my one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco into a “smart home.” I connected as many of my appliances and belongings as I could to the internet:...

MIT gadget tests multiple artificial organs

If you want to see how a proposed drug affects human physiology, your options are limited — and usually you end up using mice, which are in many ways...