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Connecting 3D Printed Objects to the Internet Without Electricity

A plastic object

Scientists have developed some 3D printed objects that can connect to the Internet without the use of electricity. Researchers at the University of Washington managed to develop a method for 3D-printing and detecting information from plastic objects. The striking part here is that they did not need to connect those objects to electricity. The revolutionary objects can connect to the ...

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Facebook Messenger for Children with Parents Approval

The logo of Messenger Kids

Children under the age of 13 can have access to Facebook Messenger for children to chat with whomever their parents approve. Facebook is releasing its new version of Messenger especially designed for kids. Messenger Kids is a safe way of communication for preteens. They can chat with their parents or friends, creating an account and adding new contacts. This app ...

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The New Lamborghini Urus SUV Was Launched

The new Lamborghini Urus SUV

The famous automaker unveiled its Lamborghini Urus SUV on December 4th. The new car has 650 horsepower, being produced by the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8. Furthermore, it features 626 lb. ft. of torque between 2250-4500 rpm. Hence, these specs will make Lamborghini Urus a strong sprinter on-road while also tractable off-road. The new model can reach 60 mph in just 3.6 ...

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Subaru Ascent Revealed at the LA Auto Show

Subaru Ascent at the LA Auto Show

The automaker revealed its new Subaru Ascent 2019 at the LA Auto Show. The all-new sports car is the largest Subaru out there. The new Ascent replaces the Subaru Tribeca which ended production three years ago. Subaru will develop the new 2019 Subaru Ascent in Lafayette, Ind., Subaru’s plant. Hence, the vehicle will be on the market starting with next ...

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The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Gets a Fresh Update

Jeep Wrangler in grey

The well-known Jeep Wrangler is getting a fresh update. The descendant of the Army Jeep, Jeep Wrangler, is one of the most iconic cars in the nation. The newly updated jeep will be revealed in 2018, but its specs were already presented at the LA Auto Show. Jeep represents the crown jewel of Fiat Chrysler. Even if the new Jeep ...

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The Car of the Year for Motor Trend: Alfa Romeo Giulia

Alfa Romeo Giulia in red

The Motor Trend magazine named Alfa Romeo Giulia to be the Car of the Year. Among the finalists, there were the Tesla Model 3 and the redesigned Honda Accord. The SUV of the Year, according to Motor Trend is the Honda CR-V and the Truck of the Year is the Ford F-150. In order to obtain these awards, a car ...

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New Strategy to Prevent Suicide: Facebook Uses AI

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To overcome the suicide broadcasts, Facebook uses AI. On November 27, the company has announced to implement an artificial intelligence tool to sift through videos and posts to flag those about suicide. The tool is meant to flag the broadcasts about someone implying that they are ready to commit suicide. The AI tool is available for almost all its 2 ...

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Chromebooks Will Now Feature Microsoft Office

Someone's hands on the keyboard of a Chromebook

Chromebooks will finally have Microsoft Office. Even if this might have required a big announcement, it had not. The new Office capabilities were introduced for Chromebooks without making a big fuss. Before introducing Microsoft Office, there has been a big debate on whether or not they should implement it. Since they have announced it, many Android apps for Chromebooks, Microsoft ...

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How Google Predicts the Life of Your Battery

Google Pixel 2 in someone's hand

Google uses some new machine learning in order to improve and predict the life of your battery on Google Pixel. In case that the previous Pixel’s battery life forecasts were not exactly accurate, then you should wait and see the new improvements. A Google product manager indicated that if you use up to 10% of the battery in a few ...

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Website Records Might Be More Intrusive Than You Think

Someone's hands typing

A new study reveals that websites records can include all you have ever searched, being more accurate than you might think. Researchers from Princeton University indicate that website tracking is more prevalent than people believe it to be. Scientists explain that third-party scripts which are implemented by many websites tend to track your keystrokes. Then, they send it to third ...

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