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Jeffrey Bausch

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Florida man claims he invented iPhone in 1992, now suing Apple for $10 billion

http://goo.gl/YTbT15
Florida man claims he invented iPhone in 1992, now suing Apple for $10 billion - Electronic Products
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Electricity vs Ballistic Gel, or how to create a glowing blob of death

http://goo.gl/cZHUKS
Electricity vs Ballistic Gel, or how to create a glowing blob of death - Electronic Products
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Jeffrey Bausch

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How virtual reality is being used to treat depression

http://goo.gl/CTbWpd
How virtual reality is being used to treat depression - Electronic Products
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Wireless charger can charge multiple device types, regardless of wireless standard or frequency

http://goo.gl/bf1ZRd
Wireless charger can charge multiple device types, regardless of wireless standard or frequency - Electronic Produtcs
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Aerial photography company facing $2m fine for repeatedly flying its drones in restricted airspace

http://goo.gl/sUsJ5v
Aerial photography company facing $2m fine for repeatedly flying its drones in restricted airspace - Electronic Produtcs
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Jeffrey Bausch

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World’s first optical rectenna created — a rectifier and antenna that can convert light to DC current

http://goo.gl/8dKlXN
World’s first optical rectenna created — a rectifier and antenna that can convert light to DC current - Electronic Produtcs
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Robots show a degree of self-awareness by passing “wise-men puzzle”

http://goo.gl/SPqZre
Success marks another step of progression for self-awareness in robotics. In case you're like me (prior to writing this piece) and have no idea what the “wise-men puzzle” is, let me just provide some background on this test of self-awareness: a king is looking for a new wise man for counsel, ...
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Meet C.H.I.P. — the super tiny microcomputer that costs just $9

http://goo.gl/DZRc0A
Barebones computer can be used in a whole bunch of ways. Considering all the things it can do, the world's first $9 computer is a real bargain. C.H.I.P., which was created by the folks over at Next Thing Co., can be used as a personal computer, retro games emulator, for robotics development, ...
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Careful what you say — your child’s Barbie doll is eavesdropping on your family

http://goo.gl/yRHqMn
New tech-toy from Mattel is a bit too 'smart' for its own good. Mattel's new “Hello Barbie” doll, which just made its debut at the 2015 American International Toy Fair, is already causing a major brouhaha among concerned parents and privacy advocates alike. Hello Barbie doll ...
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Ashwin Sreekumar Nair

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Ravi Singh

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#DoNotTryThis Words like incredibly dangerous, do-not-try-this-at-home, or “are you crazy?” seem more appropriate
This dude built a 200-watt Super power Laser Bazooka using old and broken electronics.
http://viralspirals.com/this-dude-built-a-super-dangerous-yet-super-cool-laser-bazooka-do-not-try-this-at-your-home/
Words like incredibly dangerous, do-not-try-this-at-home, or “are you crazy?” seem more appropriate. This dude on Youtube has just took over the internet and his video is going super viral. This guy named Anthony, built a
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Jeffrey Bausch

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77% of Google’s online traffic is now encrypted, up from 52% at the end of 2013

http://goo.gl/OLjBpO
77% of Google’s online traffic is now encrypted, up from 52% at the end of 2013 - Electronic Products
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Jeffrey Bausch

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The 5 operating systems that will become significantly less secure when Chrome cuts off updates to them next year

http://goo.gl/mb3H5W
The 5 operating systems that will become significantly less secure when Chrome cuts off updates to them next year - Electronic Produtcs
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Specially designed microfluidic passages allow for liquid cooling where it’s needed most — on the chip

http://goo.gl/C24pqh
Specially designed microfluidic passages allow for liquid cooling where it’s needed most — on the chip - Electronic Produtcs
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Jeffrey Bausch

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What is digital amnesia? A new study explores the growing, modern-day epidemic

http://goo.gl/UbJYAh
What is digital amnesia? A new study explores the growing, modern-day epidemic - Electronic Produtcs
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Jeffrey Bausch

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For a special DARPA program, engineers create computer chip that self-destructs in 10 seconds (video inc.)
 
http://goo.gl/MqHXqh
For a special DARPA program, engineers create computer chip that self-destructs in 10 seconds - Electronic Produtcs
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Samsung unveils new Mirror and Transparent OLED display

http://goo.gl/J1YWzh
Company gives consumers first glimpse at new Mirror and Transparent OLED display panels. Mirror and Transparent OLED display solutions. Samsung has formally unveiled its new Mirror and Transparent OLED display solutions, marking the first time the company has presented this long-expected ...
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Study finds children spend six hours — or more — a day on screens

http://goo.gl/y5XN0z
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Jeffrey Bausch

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Missing chunk of historic #computer discovered, served as part of a bookshelf: http://goo.gl/ZtXsiI
Recovered part is believed to have sold at auction in the 1950s. The Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator, better known as EDSAC, was a computer built by engineers and scientists at Cambridge University in the 1940s. Edsac It began running programs in May 1949 and throughout the course ...
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james Park

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Foldio2 - The world's 1st smartphone photo studio
It allows anybody with a smartphone to easily take studio-quality pictures at home.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/orangemonkie/foldio-2-bigger-and-smarter
Foldio is the first pop-up studio for your smartphone. It becomes bigger and smarter. Feel the thrill of taking awesome photos.
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