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Watch this self-driving car navigate the snowy streets of Moscow
The Verge • Andrew J. Hawkins
In GMO debate, Uganda seeks to balance hope and fear
Christian Science Monitor • Christopher Bendana
Single Board Computer And Versatile Application-Specific Software
Electronic Component News • Jdelaosa
Researchers Create First Superatomic 2-D Semiconductor
Electronic Component News • Jdelaosa
How Sewing Robots May Put Human Hands Out of Work | Moving Upstream
The Wall Street Journal • Jason Bellini
Unmanned Fixed-Wing Aircraft Masters Air And Sea Travel
Electronic Component News • Jdelaosa
Gree VR Fund invests $18.3m into 17 augmented and virtual reality startups
Game Industry International
Seismic Games Bring Marvel Superheroes And Blockbuster Movies To New Next-Level Mobile RPG And VR
Forbes • Contributor, Mark Hughes
Tesla Troubles, Flying Cars, and More Car News This Week
Wired • Aarian Marshall
The AI-Based Intelligent Workplace Is Closer Than You Think
CMSWire • Mika Javanainen
 
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Auto Industry, Emerging Technologies
Watch this self-driving car navigate the snowy streets of Moscow
The VergeAndrew J. Hawkins
Yandex, the Russian search giant, recently conducted its first successful test of a self-driving car in Moscow. It’s significant mostly because it’s proof that autonomous vehicles can operate in harsh, snowy conditions. It’s also a sign that Yandex, commonly known as the...
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Agriculture, Biotechnology
In GMO debate, Uganda seeks to balance hope and fear
Christian Science MonitorChristopher Bendana
Kampala, Uganda—Scientists in Uganda had hoped it was the dawn of a new era in food security for a drought-prone region. In October, Uganda’s legislature moved to lift a ban on genetically modified crops, a move that stoked both hopes and fears...
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Technology Industry, Virtual Reality
Single Board Computer And Versatile Application-Specific Software
Electronic Component NewsJdelaosa
Densitron has launched its new single board computer (SBC) appropriately named “Aurora SBX™” (derived from the Latin for first light), along with its extremely versatile application-specific software. Developed by the company’s Embedded division, this original board will help engineers using Densitron displays...
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Emerging Technologies, Technology Industry
Researchers Create First Superatomic 2-D Semiconductor
Electronic Component NewsJdelaosa
Atoms are the basic building blocks of all matter—at least, that is the conventional picture. In a new study, researchers have fabricated the first superatomic 2-D semiconductor, a material whose basic units aren't atoms but superatoms—atomic clusters that exhibit some of the...
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Android (operating system), Emerging Technologies
How Sewing Robots May Put Human Hands Out of Work | Moving Upstream
The Wall Street JournalJason Bellini
As automation at last comes to the garment industry, what will happen to the millions of jobs it provides around the world? Automation is finally coming into fashion, with sewing robots that can produce clothes faster than human hands. In this episode...
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Drones, Product Design
Unmanned Fixed-Wing Aircraft Masters Air And Sea Travel
Electronic Component NewsJdelaosa
An unmanned fixed-wing aircraft that has mastered air and sea travel has been developed by North Carolina State University researchers. Dubbed the EagleRay XAV, the scalable device boasts a 59-inch wingspan, measures 55 inches long, and weighs 12.6 pounds. It moves through...
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Finance, Gaming Software
Gree VR Fund invests $18.3m into 17 augmented and virtual reality startups
Game Industry International
Gree VR Capital has announced the end of its first funding round in virtual, augmented, and mixed realities after having committed $18.3 million into 17 different startups. The San Francisco-based venture capital fund has previously invested in startups such as VRChat, Silver.tv,...
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Virtual Reality
Seismic Games Bring Marvel Superheroes And Blockbuster Movies To New Next-Level Mobile RPG And VR
ForbesContributor, Mark Hughes
The people who helped bring you Star Wars: Battlefront and several entries in the Call of Duty series are making waves again. This year, Seismic Games will release the innovative mobile role playing game Marvel Strike Force and the immersive virtual reality...
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Auto Industry, Electric Vehicles
Tesla Troubles, Flying Cars, and More Car News This Week
WiredAarian Marshall
Ah, life in a capitalist democracy. We vote with our ballots and send people to Washington, entrusting them to make the sort of decisions of which we would approve. And we vote with our wallets, hoping the executives in charge of our...
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Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Technologies
The AI-Based Intelligent Workplace Is Closer Than You Think
CMSWireMika Javanainen
Gartner reports that 85 percent of information in a company is unstructured, and that a company’s information doubles every 18 months. Moreover, according to a Dimensional Research survey commissioned by my company, M-Files, nearly 50 percent of professionals struggle with documents and...
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