a discussion about how our electronic data will continue to be less and less private as technology becomes more and more useful to us. a point made is that it’s not something that we should fear but accept because the benefits of technology in our lives will outweigh the costs, this is true for nearly everyone…
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help your old asian parents or family members this holiday season. it’ll only take a few minutes to uninstall all those toolbars. so just do it for goodness’ sake!
The 3Doodler costs $99 if you want one. Read Engadget’s review here.
Also, take a look at the final product and unboxing in the video below…
Amazon Prime Air, not to be confused with Amazon Prime, will use octo-copter drones to deliver your amazon purchases under 5 pounds to your doorstep in under 30 minutes. At least that is the plan for now. The technology is still in development and Amazon is waiting to pass FAA rules and regulations (for airspace I would assume). This technology won’t be available before year 2015 at the earliest and the FAA won’t certify drones for commercial uses until year 2020.
Either way, with the amount of people buying from Amazon, be prepared to see these drones flying everywhere all the time.
Tek Syndicate is one of my favorite sources for technology news, information and reviews on Youtube. The other being, Linus Tech Tips. But, for the first time ever, Tek Syndicate is showing off their office space. As a fan of the show and of computer technology in general, I think this video is pretty awesome.
I’ve been using membrane keyboards all my life.
Ultra-rare Cherry MX Clear mechanical keyswitches are the heart of the CODE keyboard. These switches are unique in the Cherry line because they combine solid actuation force with quiet, non-click activation, and a nice tactile bump on every keystroke. These hard to find switches deliver a superior typing experience over cheap rubber dome keyboards – without deafening your neighbors in the process.
You can find these at http://codekeyboards.com/
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The soil on Mars contains two percent water by weight. That is two percent more water than scientists once thought. Can’t wait to see how far down the rabbit hole the Curiosity rover will take us. Only time will tell.