Arlo Baby monitor lets you watch your little one's every move

Baby monitors have been around for decades, but a new one from Netgear debuted this year that may be one of the most advanced and user-friendly.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/04/arlo-baby-monitor-lets-watch-your-little-ones-every-move.html

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Safety first! Volvo's intelligent drive and sensing technologies work to mitigate accidents

For more than four decades, Volvo has been an industry leader in providing innovative safety features that warn drivers of road hazards that can cause car accidents.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/07/21/safety-first-volvos-intelligent-drive-and-sensing-technologies-work-to-mitigate-accidents.html

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Verizon Wakes Up to Join Mobile TV Race


Following decades of slow movement due to cable companies facing no competition, the television world is changing rapidly. Lots of challengers have arisen in the pay-TV space in recent years. One of the latest comes from Verizon, which has improved its FiOS mobile app to offer data-free streaming. AT&T’s DirecTV started this ball rolling with its wireless TV, or mobile TV, offering. It forced all the major competitors — Verizon, Comcast Xfinity and Charter Spectrum — to strategize and pick up their pace.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/84385.html?rss=1

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Amazon Echo vs. Google Home in a virtual standoff

For decades, we have seen people talk to computers in science fiction movies. Dave spoke to HAL. Michael Knight was assisted by KITT. Captain Picard directed “Computer.” The computers were smart and personable, and they (usually) did what they were told.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/12/24/amazon-echo-vs-google-home-in-virtual-standoff.html

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Music Industry Rebounds on Streaming Subscription Surge


The music industry is showing its best surge in revenue in nearly two decades, led by a major shift toward streaming subscription services by Apple, Spotify and others firms, according to a new mid-year report the RIAA released this week. The report shows an 8.1 percent gain in retail revenue to $3.4 billion during the first half of 2016, the strongest growth since the late 1990s, according to report author Joshua Friedlander, SVP of strategic data analysis at RIAA. Huge gains in streaming revenue and market share fueled the increase.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83925.html?rss=1

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5 reasons why your Wi-Fi is slow (and how to fix it)

For the two decades that the internet has been in our lives, despite all the changes and technology improvements, one constant has remained: pokey connections.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/07/31/5-reasons-why-your-wi-fi-is-slow-and-how-to-fix-it.html

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In-mask thermal imaging helps firefighters find victims trapped in burning buildings

Thermal imaging has been a crucial life-saving tool for rescue service workers for decades, but until recently, the technology hasn’t been particularly easy to use.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/04/25/in-mask-thermal-imaging-helps-firefighters-find-victims-trapped-in-burning-buildings.html

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Who really invented stealth technology?

Decades after the U.S. Air Force unveiled one if its first stealth combat planes, the B-2 bomber, lawyers are still arguing over the origins and legal ownership of the technology that allows pilots to fly virtually undetected by enemy radar.


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With auto-braking and location tracking, the Arrow is the safest go-kart for kids

The field of go-karts has seen little innovation for the past several decades, but there’s at least one Silicon Valley startup that’s keen to to give these little four-wheeled vehicles a much-needed update.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/02/16/with-auto-braking-and-location-tracking-arrow-is-safest-go-kart-for-kids.html

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Women scientists who changed the world

For decades, stories have gone largely untold about world-changing accomplishments by dozens of female pioneers in science, medicine and technology.


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Dartmouth study concludes that famous Lee Harvey Oswald photo is no hoax

For decades, conspiracy theorists have claimed the famous “backyard photo” of Lee Harvey Oswald, which shows him holding the same type of rifle used to assassinate JFK, is a fake—a claim that Oswald himself made when he was arrested.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/10/20/dartmouth-study-concludes-that-famous-lee-harvey-oswald-photo-is-no-hoax.html

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Google, Mattel team up to offer View-Master VR in kid-friendly package

Google View-Master
Mattel’s View-Master is a signature toy that’s been around for decades, and the company has updated the concept with a new VR model that integrates with Google Cardboard.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/199308-google-mattel-team-up-to-offer-view-master-vr-in-kid-friendly-package

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ExtremeTalk: What would you pay for a return to old-school CPU scaling?

Sebastian Anthony, gazing wistfully into a 22nm Intel Bay Trail wafer
For decades, the semiconductor industry has operated under the mantra of ‘Better, faster, cheaper.’ With Moore’s law scaling no longer functioning below 28nm, what would you be willing to pay for chips and products that satisfied ‘Better’ and ‘faster’ — but were more expensive than current hardware?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/180365-extremetalk-what-would-you-pay-for-a-return-to-old-school-cpu-scaling

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