To drink coffee in space, NASA astronauts have to 'suck the balls'

As if being in space wasn’t hard enough on an astronaut’s body, they’re forced to drink coffee in a ghastly manner. By making balls and then sucking on them.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/06/09/to-drink-coffee-in-space-nasa-astronauts-have-to-suck-balls.html

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Where does the military buy its cool gear?

Iron Man-like exoskeletons. Helicopters. ATVs. Drones and body armor. These are just a few of the cutting-edge innovations showcased this week for the most elite military forces in the world.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/16/where-does-military-buy-its-cool-gear.html

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Facebook sorry it banned 'undesirable' plus-size photo

Facebook has apologized for telling a feminist group promoting a body positivity event that their photo of a plus-size model in a bikini showed “body parts in an undesirable manner”—and suggesting they use an image of someone “running or riding a bike.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/05/24/facebook-sorry-it-banned-undesirable-plus-size-photo.html

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Apple faces $55M antitrust lawsuit in France over aggressive mobile carrier contracts

Article Image A French antitrust body this week filed suit against Apple for allegedly forcing regional wireless carriers into “unbalanced” contracts, a violation of consumer laws that could see the company pay out 48.5 million euros (about $55.3 million) in damages and fines.

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Apple faces $55M antitrust lawsuit in France over aggressive mobile carrier contracts

Article Image A French antitrust body this week filed suit against Apple for allegedly forcing regional wireless carriers into “unbalanced” contracts, a violation of consumer laws that could see the company pay out 48.5 million euros (about $55.3 million) in damages and fines.

The original article can be found here: http://appleinsider.com.feedsportal.com/c/33975/f/616168/s/4ec5dc0e/sc/28/l/0Lappleinsider0N0Carticles0C160C0A40C0A60Capple0Efaces0E55m0Eantitrust0Elawsuit0Ein0Efrance0Eover0Eaggressive0Emobile0Ecarrier0Econtracts/story01.htm

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Body cameras on every cop

The vast majority of cops are good people who don’t need a body camera to have them do the right thing. But with such distrust between the black community and law enforcement, this is a concrete step to minimize the systemic lack of faith.


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Prosthetic hand 'tells' the brain what it is touching

Research on prosthetic hands has come a long way, but most of it has focused on improving the way the body controls the device.


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Salesforce's Lightning Announcement


Spreadsheets suffered a body blow on Tuesday, when Salesforce announced new platform functionality. Soon all spreadsheets will be good for is financial analysis. This sounds funny, because the spreadsheet for several decades has been the unofficial IT prototyping tool. Actually, it was the end-users’ prototyping tool — the default thing they used to capture data when IT was famously too busy maintaining tangled legacy systems. With Salesforce’s new tools, it’s now easier to build your prototype app than it is to build a spreadsheet.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82318.html?rss=1

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BodyWorn, the police-worn camera that aims to reduce crime

Should local police wear and use a body camera at all times? That’s the debate many police departments are having after riots broke out in Baltimore in April. Last year, unrest in Ferguson led to continuing racial tensions. Yet, for one company, a camera pointed toward a criminal is also a protective measure for the public at large.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/05/19/police-worn-camera-that-can-reduce-crime/

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Scientists in Poland working on liquid body armor, report says

Scientists in Poland are working on body armor technology that uses specially-designed liquid to protect against bullets, according to Reuters.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/04/14/scientists-in-poland-working-on-liquid-body-armor-report-says/

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