Thursday, October 19, 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.
Amazon campus in Seattle

Amazon announces plans to open a second headquarters in North America

Amazon announced that they plan to build a second headquarters just as large as their current home in Seattle. Cities across North America are...
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Study finds a lack of sleep can turn us into risk seekers

If you’re not putting in enough hours of sleep at night, a new study just added another harmful health effect that should convince you...
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Google pulls 300 WireX malware-carrying apps from the Play store

Google pulled around 300 malicious apps from their Play Store this week after learning the apps carried code to hijack Android phones and enlist...
books arranged in a stack on a a desk

Coding bootcamps must evolve or face shutting down

Five years ago, the first coding bootcamps popped up in Silicon Valley with a curious proposition to anyone thinking about changing their career. No...
no violence, no hate speech sign

Hate is hate: online abusers in the UK are on the hook for hate...

Ignoring the trolls for just a sec, I’d bet most of us could agree online abuse is unacceptable. That’s why we laud social media...
photo of a solar eclipse

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...
tin cans connected by a data cable

FCC: Americans don’t need broadband internet because they own smartphones

Is the data you get on your smartphone fast and cheap enough to replace broadband internet service at home? Most of us would probably...
locks on a wire

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?...
Smoke raising from factory stack

Emissions on track to warm up Earth over 2 degrees by 2100, says two...

Until just two months ago, the U.S. joined most of the rest of the world in an agreement to cut carbon emissions so that...
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MIT debuts ‘Living Jewelry’ inspired by insects

Whether it's jumping cheetahs or self-folding origami, MIT is always pushing the boundaries of imagination in the field of robotics. Their latest creation is...

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Assistant Professor Canan Dagdeviren (left) Researcher Giovanni Traver (right)

Researchers made an edible sensor that monitors intestinal health

Diagnosing stomach and intestinal problems can be hard to do without seeing exactly what’s going on inside. That’s why scientists have for some time...
Google Pixel Buds being worn

Pixel Buds by Google has the opportunity to change the world

In San Francisco last week Google held their Google's Pixel 2 event. Along with announcing the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google made...
people carrying water in baskets

New research confirms the link between drought and violence

In times when the land is parched, we see crops wither in the sun, commodity prices skyrocket, and local economies destabilize. For these reasons,...