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XPRIZE needs YOU to create the technology that will help 250 million children! If you ever wanted to be a part of something big NOW is your chance! Designers, coders, and engineers needed!
http://learning.xprize.org/
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what do we need to do ?
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Rami Raouagi

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This Desktop USB Charging station simultaneously power 4 devices, the RAVPower 36W comes with the iSmart technology for the fastest charging speed, you can get it from this link: http://amzn.to/1gE61zh

#RAVPower
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The lead in story to this was Mona Lisa Alien girl found on the moon.  And now we have a perpetual energy dynamo?  wow i cant wait until next months "mummy comes back to life" article.
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Kenny Chaffin

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Black Phosphorus Matters.
This could replace your silicon computer chips, scientists say: a new semiconductor material made from black phosphorus may be a candidate to replace silicon in future tech.
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Rize

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Thanks for the invite!!!!!♡♡♡♡mwhas
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Tim Bowers

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"the future" began a long time ago...
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Roger that! I'll find it online! (Still stuck on Ex Machina, though) :)
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Staci Stathos

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"The researchers report in the journal Science July 16 the first observation of Weyl fermions, which, if applied to next-generation electronics, could allow for a nearly free and efficient flow of electricity in electronics, and thus greater power, especially for computers, the researchers suggest."
An international team led by Princeton University scientists has discovered an elusive massless particle theorized 85 years ago. The particle could give rise to faster and more efficient electronics because of its unusual ability to behave as matter and antimatter inside a crystal, according to ...
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Nanotechnology drugs are a big thing now. Article says, it's going to be close to 100 billion doller business in 2016. These special drugs have found new ways of delivering drug to where it's necessary. There are quite a number of FDA approved drugs in the market. This article selects top five of them and introduce in simple terms. 
Getting up close and personal with the problem at hand is the best way to solve it. This is similarly true with medical illnesses. One would need to get to the roots of the problem to cure them or ...
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Thanks for posting. I saved it and will read it later.
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Sami Lehtinen

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Is fusion power really so easy? I wonder if this is going to produce anything else except loss of funding money. Yet it would be awesome to get real results.
#nuclearpower #nuclearfusion #helionenergy #futuretech #technology #powerplant #fusionenergy #fusionreactor #ITER  
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+John Neighbor Right on!
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Titan ThinkTank

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“Ere many generations pass; our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point in the universe.”
– Nikola Tesla
 
FINALLY Official ?
India considers its own free energy program a matter of national pride, and is very much willing to risk antagonizing Petrodollar countries with its support on Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) invented by its own Paramahamsa Tewari,
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+Brett Cooper
if i had money i would put a lot into it, since if one free energy machine can exist, others can too; it wont be breaking any laws of Universe, just finding new ones for us or correcting our existing ones.
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iTech Wearer

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Dot smartwatch, the most useful smartwatch developed for the visually impaired, info about it in this link: http://bit.ly/1LYc7WJ

#dot #smartwatch
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This is a community for people who are interested in the technology that is shaping our present and creating our future. There are four specific categories to post or read from. Discussion- Is for general topic posts. Technology Humor- Is for posting funny and humorous tech stuff. Technology Throwback- Is for old tech that is entertaining or enlightening in some way. Morals and philosophies for future tech.- Is were you can post about your thoughts or philosophies on what should, and should not be done with technology. Please keep your posts relevant! ANY SPAMMING OR OF TOPIC POSTS WILL BE DELETED!!! This not a place for ad's! Thank you, and enjoy! The future is ours to create!!! Don't forget to add us to your circles!

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Its evident that in the near future most of us will be replaced by machines, the question is why are we so replaceable. We take a look into what we can do to make ourselves irreplaceable by machines. 
The labor market will be vastly different within the next decade or two. One of the major adjustments in the workforce is the
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Adrian Morales

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I'm glad that it's not all doom and gloom in the world, and that some people still care for others.
 
World’s first Braille smartwatch delivers an information lifeline for the blind [http://bit.ly/1LSTbZa] #tech
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Lucy Ingham

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A very cool idea for an event
A practice session for Cybathlon, the Olympics-like event for prosthetics and brain-computer interface users, has been held in Zurich, spelling future success for the event when it takes place in October next year. Described as a “great success both for the participating groups and the Cybathlon organisers” by ETH, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology …
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Miadria

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In case you wondered why T-rex....
 
In case you ever wondered why T-rex
   
#connection   #connected   #funnystuff  
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True story, bro.
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Tim Bowers

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this looks like the premise for a sci-fi horror movie to me... 
 
“It’s amazing, but also scary that we can use live animals mechanistically as computer chips.”
Scientists recently connected animal brains into an organic computer. This “Brainet" could perform basic computational tasks better than each animal alone.
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That's even better than Human Batteries. LOL!
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Zaid Waseem

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No more passwords! How cool!
Excalibur is a great application available fro all platforms like windows, mac, ios and android. Just use your mobile phone as a universal digit key to unlock
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Keeping my password in a computer...anywhere, at anytime, for any reason... is this really a good idea to people?

I trust my handy dandy notebook to hold all my passwords.
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Richard Birecki

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#Batteries are holding everything back, but this company has a potential solution
http://www.businessinsider.com/24m-makes-batteries-cheaper-safer-flexible-and-last-longer-2015-7
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Titan ThinkTank

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engineers design batteries of 2.0 mm to 0.5 mm thick. These cells should be useful for smart cards, RFID tags and other applications that require energy storage in a very thin battery.
Thinnest ultra thin Lithium Polymer Rechargeable Batteries curved and bendable
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Up to date, beautiful!
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