February 09, 2016 by
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You can get 2GB of storage on Google Drive for free today

In honor of Safer Internet Day, an annual online, worldwide promotion of safe Internet practices (particularly with regard to children), Google is giving away more storage on Google Drive SEE ALSO: Google Drive’s new updates are every neat freak’s dreams The additional storage adds up to 2GB, which may not

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February 09, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Virtual reality app simulates concussions to educate athletes

Sunday’s Super Bowl is already a distant memory for some, but for family members of an athlete aspiring to one day make it to the big game, recent concerns related to chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in sports continue to loom large. Major movies like Concussion, starting Will Smith, turned the relatively niche

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February 09, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Behold The Grammycam!

When artists win awards at next week’s Grammys, a camera built into the trophy will capture the big moment from an all-new perspective. Back in 1959, when the music industry’s Recording Academy presented Grammy awards for the first time, it chose to bestow a trophy that depicted a gramophone—one of

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February 09, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Daily Report: A Net Neutrality Setback for Facebook in India

In the United States, the social media giant has been an advocate of equal treatment of all Internet content. In India, regulators who share that belief have effectively blocked a free Facebook service. Read Full Story About The Huddle Feed

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February 09, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

3Doodler Start makes 3D drawing kid’s play

3D printers for the home haven’t quite taken off the way everyone expected them to, but the technology is finding some new life in an ever-growing variety of 3D printing pens. These pens take the mechanics of a 3D printer and boil them down to a hand-held device that, essentially,

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February 09, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Kickstarter Hits Major Milestone: 100,000 Projects Now Funded

Company celebrates by releasing 100 facts, including that one Kickstarter project has won an Oscar. Kickstarter has announced that its 100,000th project has been successfully funded. The project by photographer Adriana Groisman is called Falklands/Malvinas: One War, all Wars and explores the emotional wounds suffered by civilians and veterans of

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February 09, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

The Apple TV Is About To Get Much Better

Apple is quickly making up for the device’s software shortcomings. When the new Apple TV was unveiled last September, it represented a massive leap for the company’s digital media player set-top box, which previously had not seen a significant upgrade since 2012. While the box itself looked basically the same,

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February 09, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Viacom Extends Deal With Snapchat To Include Selling Ads On Its Behalf

Deal will help Viacom generate revenue lost from falling TV ratings. Viacom, the owner of television networks including MTV, Comedy Central, BET, VH1, and Nickelodeon, has signed a multiyear deal with disappearing messaging app Snapchat to sell ads on the app’s behalf, confirms Reuters. News of a likely deal was

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February 09, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

Why Students Are Sending Earth Sounds To Astronauts

Space can feel awfully lonely. One professor let his students record soothing sounds from Earth and send them to the ISS. Last summer, Greg Smith was standing in front of a Home Depot when he got an unexpected phone call. When he answered, the voice of NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren

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February 08, 2016 by The Huddle Feed in Technology

‘Bionic spinal cord’ aims to move robotic limbs with power of thought

Australian scientists hope a device about the size of a matchstick will one day help people with spinal cord injuries get back on their feet. The device, a stent-electrode recording array or stentrode, could allow patients to control powered body armour, known as exoskeletons, or bionic limbs using only their

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