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Friday March 24, 2017

Tech Companies Turn to Wearable Technology as Windows 8 Fails to Boost PC Sales

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SF News - Windows 8 failed to boost PC sales and now vendors are scrambling to find the next big thing. Companies such as Google, Apple, Samsung, LG and Microsoft are all said to be interested in wearable technology, and according to The Guardian, Dell is "exploring ideas in that space" as well.

 

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Vine Challenging Instagram Video Service

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Twitter's Vine has announced new features in order to compete in the online video and photo services .

 

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Twisted Light Beam Technology Helps Carry More Data

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AFP -  A new fiber optic technology could increase internet bandwidth capacity by sending data along light beams that twist like a tornado rather than move in a straight line, say scientists.

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Video - Brazil Protests Continue, World Cup Second Issue

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The fallout from the recent wave of protests that shook Brazil was felt even in the bucolic colonial town where the country's main literary festival was in full swing Friday.

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UN Wants Moratorium on Building of Killing Robots (LAR)

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SF News – UN Special repporteur Christof Heyns in a meeting of UN Human Rights Council expressed concern about the development of killing robots by various countries that would be able to kill humans without any intervention by another human being.  He called for a worldwide moratorium on the development of such weapons.

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