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Drones Dive From the Sky to the Sea

Unmanned missions, standard in the vacuum of outer space, are becoming more common in harsh earthbound environments as well. In Antarctica, the SeaBED mission used a robotic submarine to map and measure sea ice from below. See more about the exciting future of scientific exploration: http://intel.ly/189elTv #drones #science
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Tech Gives Fashion a Sustainable Edge

For the curious consumer, finding information about your clothing’s origin and sustainability has never been easier. Tech innovations make it easier to track where the raw materials come from, whether renewable energy was used in their manufacture, and more. Companies like +Patagonia are using technology to be more transparent and innovative than ever before. Read about how they made the wetsuit of the future out of a desert shrub: http://intel.ly/17kfJ4x #fashion
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bei euerer verbrecherpolitik schauts aus wie in der sahrahra danach alles verdobene erdfe nix lebendes mer dort 

oder wie schaut  es auf wie microsoft zu der open surce bewegung begegnet wie soll es etwas begegnen dessen nicht antworten kann wen ihr es zugrunderichtet 

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doch der einzige profit den der mensch wirklich brauch ist der der natur die nahrungsmittel an den euern die tiere in den wäldern oder in den flüssen alles wo wir nutzen erkennen vernichten wir alles wovon wir den einzigen  profit habens die nahrung unserer umgebung die welt und ihr profit doch nicht der menschengemachte provitverbrechen 
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Can bulbs beat the blues?

#DidYouKnow in Sweden, the average December day has less than an hour of sunlight? Winter’s lack of light can have profound effects on human energy levels, sleep cycles and mood. Researchers have found that bright lights could have a therapeutic effect on patients suffering from seasonal affective disorder. Read about how the spring-like light actually shifted their body clocks: http://intel.ly/1zBBmE3
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Light-Speed Communication and Processing Is Real

Given today’s lightning fast processors and high-speed internet connections, we wondered: How much faster can technology possibly get? Turns out it’s faster than we ever imagined. Sophisticated optical-based technologies are allowing truly light-speed communication and processing. Take a glimpse into the future of computing: http://intel.ly/1zB0D16 #siliconphotonics
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The Deep Space Climate Observatory Has Launched

Understanding “space weather” could prove to be pretty important for those of us on this planet. #DSCOVR, or the Deep Space Climate Observatory, launched on Wednesday and is on its way one million miles from the earth’s gravitational neutral zone. DSCOVR will track perilous weather and send warnings by monitoring sun flares, winds and coronal masses. Read more: http://intel.ly/1MjERJp
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Invisibility cloaks, long thought to belong to the realms of fantasy, may not be as imaginary as once thought. It turns out they've possible, but just really hard to create. Read more about the #science of invisibility: http://intel.ly/1yR7cxi
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Harry potter? Is that you? Lol. Sweet cloak though
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As any experienced programmer can tell you, learning to code can be both frustrating and exhilarating. The agony of running into a bug turns many away from the craft before they discover the fulfillment of finding the perfect solution. To fix this, groups like Dames Making Games are organizing workshops, events and "jams" to inspire new coders to stick with it. See more about how they’re getting creative people interested in technical fields: http://intel.ly/1F4M9Lo
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+NASA's latest satellite program is powered by the same technology found in your pocket. #PhoneSat is a nanosatellite powered by Android and using a phone’s built-in camera. By reducing costs and weight, more satellites can be fit into a single launch. Read about the future for PhoneSat and its brethren: http://intel.ly/1DBsTIu
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+Bran Miranda "powered by android" not iOS...
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Augmented Reality technology is helping the blind to see. From wearable cameras capable of reading a book aloud, to advanced sensors—powered by Intel #RealSense technology—that help wearers navigate an environment they can’t see, learn more about the innovative ways technology is extending human capacity: http://intel.ly/1Mkg2gr
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The 2 in 1: Bringing Innovation Back to the PC

The #2in1 is on the rise. Today, there are more than 70 different designs that transform from laptop to tablet by folding, twisting and even detaching from the keyboard. With larger screens, thinner designs, better battery life and reduced costs, they stretch to meet all your wants and needs. Check out the latest in 2 in 1 #innovation: http://intel.ly/1MjFLpe
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Remembering Your Password Is So Last Year

“The average person today has over two dozen online accounts, each one protected by a password,” says Dr. +Richard Reiner, VP of Technology at Intel’s Safe Identity Solutions Division. Can you say headache? True Key, a new password management application from +Intel Security puts you in control of creating and managing all of your passwords and biometric data. Read more: http://intel.ly/1zB0eLY
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+Chad Linnenbrink No its not. Its shown on the 30c3 or 31c3. Its not that complicated. Especially with modern Cameras.
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Already missing the glowing lights of the holidays? Bring some whimsy and warmth to your life with these lighting tools for the #smarthome: http://intel.ly/1FuZZrp
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Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live.

Founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, Intel introduced the world's first microprocessor in 1971.

This decade, our mission is to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth.

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