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Mercedes Benz’ luxury self-driving car is now being test driven by industry leaders. Its external cameras, sensors and LEDs make it pedestrian-friendly, while its interior is designed to resemble a “luxurious personal retreat.” http://engt.co/1EIeUvW
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Researchers at Ohio State University recently demonstrated that acoustic phonons, which can carry both heat and sound, have magnetic properties. By applying a magnetic field equivalent to that inside an MRI device, they were able to reduce the amount of heat flowing through a semiconductor by 12%. http://bit.ly/1CSbXwt
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As technology has evolved, so have payment methods. Large cash register machines have transformed into sleek mobile terminals, and now many places use near-field communication (NFC) technology to take the physical credit card payment method out of the process.

What do you think will be the next method of payment to gain popularity in the coming years?
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If there is no electricity then your problem will not be financial, it will be survival.  
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In the coming year, energy harvesting is poised to grow as an industry. From the Internet of Things to biomedical advancements, as well as the advent of lower-cost tech components, these systems are shifting from small applications to broad-scale functionality. http://bit.ly/1Hspx8N 

Have you used this technology? If so, how?
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This week we’re highlighting Herbert Hoover, most notably a former President of the United States, but also a famous engineer. During his time as a mining engineer, he took part in professional work in mines, railways, and metallurgical work around the world. President Hoover was a past-president of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers and of American Engineering Council, and was awarded an Honorary IEEE Membership and the John Fritz medal in 1929. 
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Nest founder Tony Fadell believes that doubt is an essential part of the innovation process.
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This week, we’re recognizing Professor Moses G. Farmer, an electrical engineer and inventor. Professor Farmer is known for creating an electromagnetic engine (and subsequently a mini electric passenger railroad), an electrical fire alarm system, an automatic regulator for controlling electric currents in lamps, and he is reported to have been the first to construct a self-excited magneto-electric machine.
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Journalist Judith Martin believes that tech’s predecessors are as important as new technology.
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The new Vector smartwatch, which debuted at the luxury watch fair in Switzerland, will have a 30-day battery life. With all of the recent battery issues in smart devices, do you think this will stand out among comparable offerings? http://engt.co/1ECZSI3
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Researchers found a way to create perovskite solar cells that are more time and cost efficient, and creates almost transparent, high-efficiency solar films that can be used on windows and walls. http://bit.ly/199QCCi
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Tinted windows may actually be preferred on the side(s) of a building that can overheat due to too much solar heating.
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At SXSW Interactive, IEEE members spoke about the benefits of mind-control technology and how to build it yourself using easily-found tech parts. http://bit.ly/1MNl44d
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This model of a laser bug zapper, which will soon be manufactured in the US, uses a photonic fence to track bugs within a specified area and kill them. The inventors hope it can be used in places like African hospitals to rid them of mosquitos that carry malaria and cause major issues. http://bit.ly/1bfh1Ac
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