Sunday, August 20, 2017

Kelly Paik

Kelly Paik
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Kelly Paik writes about science and technology for Fanvive. When she's not catching up on the latest innovations, she uses her free-time painting and roaming to places with languages she can't speak. Because she rather enjoys fumbling through cities and picking things on the menu through a process of eeny meeny miny moe.
Skype Teams

Microsoft’s Skype Teams app takes on Slack

Microsoft is looking to take on team chat app Slack with their own version called Skype Teams. But whether Microsoft has a contender strong...

Harvard University developes octobot, made of entirely soft parts

Harvard University researchers just created the most adorable octopus robot and it’s made completely out of soft parts. The ‘octobot’ can’t do too much...

nuTonomy Beats Uber to World’s First Self-Driving Public Test

When it comes to the self-driving technology industry, we’ve gotten quite a bit of teasing from a crowded field of competing companies about all...

Facebook Trending Topics algorithm features a fake news story

Facebook removed one more layer of human involvement from their Trending Topics widget by getting rid of their staff of editors and rely solely...

Apple acquires personal health data startup Gliimpse

Apple just took one more small step in its gargantuan march toward disrupting the healthcare industry. The tech giant purchased startup Gliimpse in its...
Moon Express

Moon Express approval ushers in a new commerical space age

Moon Express just got the greenlight to go where no private company has ever gone before. In a first, the Florida-based firm received permission...

Get paid for using Microsoft’s Edge browser

Would you finally give up Chrome and start using Microsoft’s new browser if they paid you for it? Microsoft Edge was supposed to be...

Florida locals debate using mutant mosquitoes to fight Zika

Federal regulators recently approved a test run releasing genetically modified mosquitoes in the Florida Keys and it’s causing residents to ask themselves what they...

Latest email dump from Wikileaks comes with malware

Accessing confidential government emails loses its utility when most of the content turns out to be nothing more than spam and links to malware....

Google Fiber thinks about going wireless

Google Fiber is eyeing the idea of providing their high-speed internet service using wireless technology. The move would get them out of the business...

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Last minute ways to view Monday’s Solar Eclipse

America’s total solar eclipse is fast approaching on August 21st and you still haven't bought your eclipse glasses. Don't panic, there's still time for...
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The man who invented password rules regrets it

Hate having to change your password every 90 days? Forgot again which special character went where and which letter was supposed to be capitalized?...
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India launches a solar-paneled train to help fight air pollution

India’s legendary railway network lays out over 41,000 miles of track winding through everything from jungles to deserts to mountainsides as it reaches into...