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Study Links Ringing iPhone Separation To Anxiety, Poor Cognitive Performance
New research from the University of Missouri has found that iPhone separation can have "serious psychological and physiological effects," with participants showing poor performance on cognitive tests when not in possession of their Apple device. However ...
Phone separation anxiety is real according to research from the University of ...Metro
iPhone separation anxiety: Heart beats faster, mind works slowerCBS News
iPhone separation linked to physiological anxietyECNmag.com
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Rise of connected homes raise security concerns
Analysts say we'll have 50 billion things connected to the Internet within the next five years. Everything will be connected, from your car to your cat, your bathroom to your bike helmet. Sounds cool, right? As more devices become connected to the Web, how ...
Wolverton: CES shows promise of and challenges facing the Internet of ThingsSan Jose Mercury News
Here comes the 'Internet of Self'Computerworld
Thanks for the Memories, CES 2015 – Highlights of This Year's IoT-Dominated ...Modern Readers
The Utah People's Post -iTWire -PC-Tablet
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CES 2015:Intel Pledges $300 Million To Build Diversity in Tech
A new $300 million initiative aims to increase diversity in the tech and gaming industries.Intel has set an aggressive goal of dramatically increasing the diversity of its U.S. workforce by 2020. Brian Krzanich, the chipmaker's CEO, said the company has set a ...
In Vegas, Intel Makes A Big Bet On WearablesKPBS
In Vegas, Intel Hopes A Smart Idea Takes FlightNPR (blog)
Highlights from the 2015 Consumer Electronics ShowHindustan Times
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AT&T invokes Title II status to dismiss FTC data throttling suit
AT&T definitely doesn't want to be regulated as a Title II "common carrier" internet provider, but it's happy to use that status to dodge charges of throttling customer data. The carrier just filed a motion to dismiss a recent suit by the FTC over "deceptive" mobile ...
AT&T May Face FCC Fine Over Data Slowdowns for UsersBusinessweek
AT&T tells FCC it can't treat mobile data as a common carrier serviceArs Technica
AT&T may face fine over 'data throttling' for big mobile usersThe Seattle Times
Android Headlines - Android News -Scienceline
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Baby wearables, tracking devices debut at CES 2015
A baby's cries may no longer be a parent's first clue that something is wrong. Bluetooth and wireless equipped pacifiers, patches and bottles are lining up for the job. The futuristic parenting aids will fit in mom and dad's pocket. Technology's winners and losers ...
Larry Magid: The Bluetooth Enabled Pacifier And A High-Tech Baby Bottle, Yes ...CBS Local
Smart health for kids: eSkin Thermometer, Smart PacifierSlashGear
2015 CES has gadgets for everyone — including babiesNew York Daily News
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CES gadget show review: Lots of noise, a few gems in smart home
CES 2015, smart homes, Internet of things Internet-enable kettles and coffee makers by Smarter are displayed during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. (Reuters) ...
CES: The disruption of electronicsFox News
CES Review: Lots of noise, a few gems in smart homeSyracuse.com
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Wall Street Journal
GM Readies Electric Rival to Tesla
Wall Street Journal
General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra is preparing to show at the Detroit auto show on Monday a concept version of a Chevrolet electric car that would go 200 miles on a charge and cost about $30,000. Associated Press. By. John D. Stoll. Jan. 9, 2015 ...
GM electric concept has 200-mile rangeThe Detroit News
WSJ: GM to release the $30000 Chevy Bolt electric vehicle in 2017Engadget
GM plans all-electric Chevy Bolt with 200-mile rangeAutomotive News
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From quirky to revolutionary, the CES display has them all
West Valley News
Sure, the International CES show was chock complete of connected cars, smart dwelling sensors, music gear and personal computer gadgets, as you'd count on. There have been even drones buzzing the 160,000-plus people that tromped across the 2.two ...
From quirky to revolutionaryTexarkana Gazette
From Quirky to Revolutionary, the CES Show Has Them AllABC News
Leftover International CES materials headed to Las Vegas charitiesKVVU Las Vegas
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The Legend Of Zelda Majora's Mask Bundle Includes Skull Kid Figurine ...
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask release date bundle will include a Skull Kid figurine, ComingSoon.net reports, mentioning that the bundle will be released on the same day as the regular game. Like Us on Facebook ...
'Star Wars' and 'Zelda' among 2015's most anticipated video gamesSan Jose Mercury News
'Zelda,' 'Batman' among anticipated games due in 2015The Denver Post
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Intel's pledge to improve company diversity has potential
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich made a splash at the Consumer Electronics Show this week by pledging to grow the company's ranks of women and minorities. Related News/Archive. Amazon's new Fire smartphone has limited potential. 6 Months Ago.
Boosting diversity at tech firms to be a focus at Rainbow PUSH summitChicago Sun-Times
Intel's diversity move is a challenge for rest of Silicon ValleySFGate
Will Intel's Diversity Initiative Be Enough to Get Rid Of Sexism In The Tech Sector?Cantech Letter
Zacks.com -BET -Vallejo Times Herald
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Poker Star Says He Can Make More Money Than a Robot Playing Hold'em
David Sklansky, a professional poker player, is willing to concede that a new computer algorithm that solved Texas Hold'em would easily beat him. But he's hardly crying in his beer. As he sees it, he'll take home lots more money than the computer would from ...
Researchers Turn Computer Into Poker SharkTechNewsWorld
Game Theorists Crack PokerScientific American
Cepheus Computer Program Claims Unbeatable Heads Up Limit Texas Hold'em ...PokerSites.com
Times of India -Daily Times -Casino City Times
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An iPod, a phone, an Internet communicator: Apple announced iPhone 8 years ...
Eight years ago today, Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone at Macworld Expo, and I was there. I was managing editor at Mac|Life at the time, and it was only my second Steve Jobs keynote. I even took notes on paper, with a pen, since we weren't ...
Today's iPhone Anniversary Reminds Us What Real Innovation Looks LikeWired
8 Ways to Celebrate the iPhone's BirthdayTIME
iPhone Turns 8 Years Old Today: Watch Steve Jobs Unveil First iPhone In 2007FOX 11 Los Angeles
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
Car Tech Was The Only True Source Of Innovation At CES 2015
I've been attending the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) for decades. During that time I've observed not only year-over-year incremental improvement, but also the big leaps in technological innovation. At this year's show, I didn't notice any groundbreaking ...
From quirky to revolutionary, the CES show has them allWest Valley News
Five things we won't forget about CES 2015Pensacola News Journal
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The Car Guide
Honda action signals NHTSA emphasis on corrective action
Automotive data available for graphing, exporting and viewing static data tables. Must have a data center subscription to access content. Lists also available for individual purchase. DATA CENTER HOME · ANALYTIC ENGINE · New · MARKET REPORTS ...
5 ways the auto industry let consumers down in 2014ConsumerReports.org
Honda fined maximum $70 million for not reporting death, injury complaintsTulsa World
Honda Has To Pay A 70M$ FineThe Car Guide
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New York Times
Two Reasons Facebook's Stagnant Growth Is Irrelevant
The Pew Research Center has released Social Media Update 2014—it's latest survey of social network usage. The big takeaway from the report is that Facebook is still dominant, and it doesn't look like that is going to change anytime soon. Although the ...
58% of American adults are on FacebookUSA TODAY
Pew: Facebook User Growth Slowed As Others Gained, But Still Has Most ...TechCrunch
The Social Media Insider Says GoodbyeMediaPost Communications
T4 -Central Valley Business Times -New York Times (blog)
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Congress revives CISPA, and it may get the White House's support this time
obama-sotu-hero.jpg President Obama at 2013's State of the Union after signing cybersecurity executive order (Image: CBS News. A prominent congressman has revived a controversial cybersecurity bill that would allow US technology companies and ...
NSA Chief Pushes Bill Granting New PowersAntiwar.com
The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Friday, January 9PCWorld
Dem: Cyber bill is 'astonishingly broad'The Hill
Reuters -FedScoop -Engadget
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3-D 'pop-up' silicon structures: Transforming planar materials into 3-D ...
West Valley News
In the cover function report of the journal, Science, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign describe a distinctive procedure for geometrically transforming two dimensional (2D) micro/nanostructures into extended 3D layouts by exploiting.
3-D Microarchitectures Acquired by Transformation of Two-Dimensional ...Full-Time Whistle
'Pop-Up' 3D Structures Can Mimic Brain CircuitsLive Science
US researchers develop process to make 3D structuresNew Electronics
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You can finally build a smart home without being an engineer
Building a smart home should be fun. You should be excited about how easily you can set the lights to turn on when you enter the house, and tell the thermostat to turn down when you leave for the day, and get the doors to automatically lock at the end of the ...
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Do you suffer from iPhone separation anxiety?
Now there's proof -- not being able to be near your iPhone or answer it because you're otherwise engaged causes a measurable increase in anxiety as well as decreased cognition. A study published yesterday in the Journal of Computer-Mediated ...
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Domestic robots might actually be our future
As the Consumer and Electronics Show wrapped up in Las Vegas this week at least one thing was clear: robots are no longer science fiction. Indeed, BBC news reports that over a dozen companies unveiled robots at the show, from general, all-purpose home ...
New and Interesting Robots Debut at CES 2015Modern Readers
CES 2015: Robot messenger connects parents and kidsLos Angeles Times
South Korea's Furo-I Home grabs Limelight at CESFrench Tribune
ABC News -Businessweek
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