Scientists warn of 'biological annihilation,' say mass extinction event is currently happening on Earth

When you hear the term “mass extinction” you probably imagine something like the space rock that smacked Earth and led to the demise of the dinosaurs, but according to a new research paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, we’re currently experiencing an extinction event of our very own.

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Original Xbox games might come to PCs eventually, Xbox chief says

Imagine having Halo or Splinter Cell available to play again on your PC or Xbox One. Xbox chief Phil Spencer wants to make it happen.

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The 9 most exciting announcements from Sony's E3 2016 event

When Sony revealed that the PlayStation 4K wouldn’t be present at E3 2016, it was hard to imagine how the company’s press conference would compete with that of Microsoft, which featured not one, but two new hardware announcements.

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Obama wants White House tech woes fixed for incoming President, starting with terrible Wi-Fi

It’s easy to imagine the leader of the free world gets all the best things for free, but that is not the case.

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Microsoft and Apple Share a Peaceful Moment


Can you imagine Microsoft and Apple actually liking each other? Who’da thunk such a thing was even possible? However, the holiday spirit is alive and well at Microsoft. The company flew a bunch of workers from around the country into New York City for something very special. Microsoft workers and a local NYC children’s youth choir met at Microsoft’s new Fifth Avenue store to spread some special holiday cheer. Their goal was to share a message of peace and harmony with Microsoft’s neighbor down the street… Apple.

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3 gadgets that are always listening and how to stop them

Imagine driving down a dark, deserted road when your tire blows out. There’s no one around, but, thankfully, you’re not alone. “Hey, Siri.  Call roadside assistance.” A second later, you get a response in a warm and comforting voice, “Calling roadside assistance.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/09/26/3-gadgets-that-are-always-listening-and-how-to-stop-them/

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What’s the hold-up on 911 texting?

Imagine being stuck in your house during a burglary with no way to call for help. If you make a sound, the thieves will find you. While your smartphone can technically send a 911 text message (it’s an FCC requirement), you’ll find that, in most cases, no one will respond.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/05/22/whats-hold-up-on-11-texting/

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How Light plans to put a DSLR in your pocket

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If you lug a camera bag, imagine having its contents fit in your pocket. If you dont, but have always envied the photos from your friend’s expensive cameras, imagine being able to get those images with your smartphone. That’s the promise of Light. We dive into its tech to see how they think it is possible.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/204427-how-light-plans-to-put-a-dslr-in-your-pocket

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'Care traffic control' could be the future of medicine

Imagine it’s a beautiful spring day. Winter has finally passed, and you’re out for a long walk. You decide to try that new Italian place up the street. As you look over the menu, you receive a text message from your doctor. This can’t be good. She congratulates you on the healthy exercise, but warns you about adding too many carbs to your meal. She notes that your blood pressure is not looking good over the last week and suggests a slight uptick in medication.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/02/27/care-traffic-control-could-be-future-medicine/

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60 minutes with Phorm for iPad mini, its founder, and the advent of physically responsive touchscreens

Imagine launching Notes or Messages on your iPad or iPhone and having a keyboard full of transparent, physical buttons magically rise from the surface of your touchscreen. Phorm, which was officially announced on Thursday for Apple’s iPad mini, promises to deliver the first taste of this intriguing technology in a consumer package.



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