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Why Powerful Brands And Influencers Choose Instagram To Connect With Audiences

Emily DrewryNovember 2017

It's impossible to deny the growing power of Instagram for both individuals and brands: the social media platform has launched careers of influencers, given celebrities a chance to connect with their fans, and lets brands talk directly to audiences.

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Atari's New Console Does Much More Than Just Video Games

Nicolas VegaNovember 2017

Atari has released more details about its upcoming video game console — and it’s a long way from the pioneering 2600 model that made Atari famous in the 1970s.

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This Crazy Camera Is The Future Of Photography

Geoffrey A. FowlerNovember 2017

Raise your hand if you or someone you love goes on vacation laden like a pack mule with camera gear. Big-lens digital SLR cameras sure take lovely photos but carrying one is literally a pain in the neck.

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Microsoft Is Crafting A Quantum Computing Language

Jon MartindaleNovember 2017

Microsoft is helping move us toward the future holy grail of quantum computing with the creation of a computing language that can run on a quantum computer.

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Using Tech To Get A Good Night's Rest

Kim KomandoNovember 2017

Thanks to sophisticated apps, watches and even mattresses, you can independently adjust the way your body behaves at night.

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Parrot's New Drones Could Save Lives (and Crops)

Heather KellyNovember 2017

After a natural disaster, the process of finding survivors can be a dangerous and arduous undertaking. There might be downed power-lines, impassable flooded streets, or unstable ground to work around.

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Welcome To A World With 280-character Tweets

Selena LarsonNovember 2017

Twitter is about to get more words -- a lot more. The company announced on Tuesday it is doubling how many characters users can cram into a tweet. Most tweets will now fit 280 characters, up from 140. The new limit will roll out to Twitter users in almost all 40 languages Twitter supports.

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