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08.06.19
Comcast expands its low-cost internet to another three million households
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Comcast expands its low-cost internet to another three million households

Since 2011, it’s reached more than eight million low-income individuals.

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06.05.12
Blindsquare uses Foursquare data to guide the visually impaired
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Blindsquare uses Foursquare data to guide the visually impaired

Blindsquare is giving guidance systems for the visually disabled a new twist with user-generated F...

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02.27.12
RealVNC teams up with Sony to bring Android apps to the dashboard
02.27.12

RealVNC teams up with Sony to bring Android apps to the dashboard

Sony and RealVNC have announced a partnership that aims to liberate your smartphone's applications...

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06.06.11
Utechzone Spring eye-tracking system hands-on (video)
06.06.11

Utechzone Spring eye-tracking system hands-on (video)

In the midst of fiddling with tablets and laptops at Computex, we haven't been thinking much of e...

By R. Lai,   06.06.11
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05.02.11
New Zealand paralympian buys first Rex Bionics exoskeleton, takes robot walking legs for a spin
05.02.11

New Zealand paralympian buys first Rex Bionics exoskeleton, takes robot walking legs for a spin

Surely we weren't the only ones to wonder aloud who would be the first come up with $150,000 for a...

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03.09.11
PlayStation now offers customer service via Twitter, probably won't help you jailbreak your PS3
03.09.11

PlayStation now offers customer service via Twitter, probably won't help you jailbreak your PS3

Got a question about a PlayStation product? Have a Twitter account? If you answered yes to both, th...

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09.04.10
The state of household robots in Japan: looking pretty great
09.04.10

The state of household robots in Japan: looking pretty great

This crazy looking little fellow is Toshiba's ApriPoco robot, and we couldn't want to meet him more...

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