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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Not Satisfied With Just Listening, Amazon Will Now Watch Your House, Bring In Your Packages

Anthony KarczNovember 2017

Using the Amazon Key app, a compatible door lock, and the Cloud Cam you can have Amazon deliver packages in your house rather than leave them on the front porch.

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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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What Comes After Passwords?

Steven NortonOctober 2017

For many companies, the goal is for the authentication of customer and employee identities to be nearly invisible, taking only a second as a shopper logs into the website, or running in the background as office staff do their work.

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Apple, Not Google Or Facebook, Will Define The Future Of Augmented Reality

Aaron TilleyOctober 2017

At Apple's last annual developer conference in June, one new tool captured the attention of developers perhaps more than any other product or tool introduced that day. Called ARKit, the tool for iOS 11 enables developers to create augmented reality applications that place digital objects in the real world.

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Will Robots Soon Replace Teachers In The Classroom? 2017

Inspirational teachers of the future will be intelligent machines rather than humans, according to a British university vice chancellor. Within 10 years a technological revolution will sweep aside old notions of education and change the world forever, Sir Anthony Seldon says.

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