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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 been researching the potential behind ingestible sensors. Now one team of researchers from MIT and...

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Congress votes to nullify FCC regulations protecting online privacy

House Resolution (H.Res.230) narrowly passed in the House yesterday with a 215-205 vote. This resolution moves forward the Senate Joint Resolution 34 (S.J.Res.34) to...
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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...
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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...
NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang in Europe discussing DRIVE PX Pegasus and its role in robotaxi

Nvidia made a car computer powerful enough to run a fully autonomous Robotaxi

Computing company Nvidia plans to launch a next-generation supercomputer powerful enough to run fully-autonomous level 5 Robotaxi. Nvidia’s new version of its Drive PX...
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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,...
For years, a deep-running chasm rippled across the snow-white horizon of Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf and signaled an impending and massive break-off of ice. Then Wednesday, scientists confirmed the formation of one of the largest observed icebergs in...