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  • The biggest problems with putting microchips in employees

    The biggest problems with putting microchips in employees0

    Wisconsin-based Three Square Market made headlines this week when it announced that it would soon inject RFID microchips into more than half of its employees. The company says the implants, which are voluntary, will allow workers to open locked doors and pay for snacks and meals in its cafeteria similar to traditional security cards. And

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  • NFL player lives on $60,000 a year thanks to what he learned from this book

    NFL player lives on $60,000 a year thanks to what he learned from this book0

    An alarming fifteen percent of NFL players end up declaring bankruptcy. Wide receiver Ryan Broyles, who was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2012 and is currently a free agent, is making sure he won’t fall into that category. He and his wife have lived on about $60,000 a year throughout his career, he writes

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  • Pogue\’s Basics: The secret Start menu in Windows 10

    Pogue\’s Basics: The secret Start menu in Windows 100

    0:05 0:36 Captions Not Available Settings Full Screen Embed Video Quality Auto High (HD) Medium Low Closed Caption Settings Back Closed Captions On Off Language English   No item available Position Bottom Top Type Size A A A A A Aa Style Options Submit Feedback   Captions will look like this Back Presets Text background

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  • The Essential Phone is a beautiful alternative to Apple\’s iPhone

    The Essential Phone is a beautiful alternative to Apple\’s iPhone0

    It’s tough out there for a new phone, but if anyone has a chance at releasing one that grabs people’s attention, it’s Andy Rubin. In September 2008, Rubin’s team at Google (GOOG, GOOGL) launched Android, the wildly successful mobile operating system now running on more than 85% of smartphones worldwide. Unlike Apple’s (AAPL) walled-garden approach

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  • Your next smartphone\’s camera could get a huge improvement

    Your next smartphone\’s camera could get a huge improvement0

    Your next smartphone’s camera could do more than take great pictures of your latest meal. Qualcomm (QCOM), the company that builds the processors found in a variety of Android handsets, has debuted its latest camera technology, which the chip-maker says will turn your phone into an augmented reality beast. The tech is called active depth

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  • Google drops neo-Nazi site out of ‘immediate concern of inciting violence’

    Google drops neo-Nazi site out of ‘immediate concern of inciting violence’0

    Google (GOOG, GOOGL) is cancelling the domain for the white supremacist site Daily Stormer due to a “specific, immediate concern about inciting violence,” a spokesperson told Yahoo Finance. The search-engine giant, which hosts website domains through its Google Domains service, made the decision to cut the cord to the hate site after GoDaddy (GDDY) told

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  • Silk Road Takedown Marks Start of Dark Web Markets Catastrophe?

    Silk Road Takedown Marks Start of Dark Web Markets Catastrophe?0

    Only two years ago, the Silk Road was a dream coming alive for all the smugglers, drug dealers, and other people who preferred trade in an unfair way or sold prohibited commodities. This was a secure Internet ground out of reach for both the government and the drug dealers from the real world. Luckily, the

  • Are Americans Ready to Lose Their Privacy?

    Are Americans Ready to Lose Their Privacy?0

    Nowadays, with the abundance of social media and digital technology, there are plenty of talks about the end of privacy. But the idea that people tend to keep some personal information away from the public eye still exists, despite all the encouragements and incentives provided by tech companies to make their online consumers as naked

  • Samsung Aims to Get in Your Fridge

    Samsung Aims to Get in Your Fridge0

    There is no longer a need to write a list of products when you go to the food supermarket. Thanks to the new Samsung invention, you can just look at the photos on your mobile phone that your fridge sent you demonstrating all the food you have at home. Does it sound unbelievable? Today, it

  • Fantastic Internet of Things: Are We Prepared for Coming Age?

    Fantastic Internet of Things: Are We Prepared for Coming Age?0

    When we talk about “the big thing”, we actually do not think big enough. It is not lack of imagination or education (although, let’s be frank, sometimes it is), but rather just lack of observation. It is a specificity of human thinking: the possibilities of our brain are quite limited. So, it simply cannot seize

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