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5 Incredible Smart Wear Technologies

https://youtu.be/wqATYLBJUD8

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Researchers have developed a simple, efficient method to make robust, highly flexible, tattoo-like circuits for use in wearable computing.

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100% renewable electricity is viable. “There are some persistent myths that 100% renewable systems are not possible. Our contribution deals with these myths one by one, using all the latest research. Now let’s get back to the business of modelling low-cost scenarios to eliminate fossil fuels"

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5 Crazy Inventions You Never Knew Existed

https://youtu.be/4cfzp4NJQOo

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SpaceX's Starlink internet constellation deemed 'a license to print money' - potential to significantly disrupt the global networking economy and infrastructure and do so with as little as a third of the initial proposal’s 4425 satellites in orbit.

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Have you ever wondered how does Snapchat monitoring work or if it even possible to monitor someone's Snapchat? With the right monitoring tool, you can definitely sneak into someone's Snapchat activity. Let's find out how to monitor Snapchat using a monitoring tool.

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Samsung president says 'we should really worry about ethics' as artificial intelligence moves into your DNA - Sohn envisions a world where vast amounts of personal health and DNA data are stored online for use by AI-driven software.

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The Fitbit Charge 2 added a duo of new features to the smarts we had already seen before on the Charge HR, The Fitbit Alta and Fitbit Blaze. Fitbit Charge 2 bears a grander screen that is full of extra specifics. It also has thicker bands than the previous one, so that it can make up extra space on the user’s wrist. Bands of Fitbit charge are easy to exchange but each of both needs proper work on it to attach properly.

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Energy cost of 'mining' bitcoin more than twice that of copper or gold: New research reveals that cryptocurrencies require far more electricity per-dollar than it takes to mine most real metals
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