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The Weekly Roundup

The Weekly Roundup 9.10 Edition

by Amy | September 10, 2015

The weekly roundup comes at you with news on smart home devices, home safety tips, and cool new mobile apps to keep you and your friends safe. 3D Printing a Multi-Story Home With their latest technology, a Chinese construction company is demonstrating what happens when 3D printing is no longer limited by scalability constraints.

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The Weekly Roundup 9.4 Edition

by Amy | September 4, 2015

The weekly roundup returns with some home safety tips as well as some updates on futuristic smart home devices. Automakers form Alliance to Enhance Cybersecurity With the recent exposure of cybersecurity vulnerabilities in many different cars, the automotive industry has come under fire for its inadequate response to the situation.

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The Weekly Roundup 8.28 Edition

by Amy | August 28, 2015

The weekly round up is back yet again with some personal safety tips and even more news about the future of smart home devices. Senators Aim to Fund Tech that Disables Your Car if You’ve Been Drinking Technology has been developed to tackle safety issues in many different ways.

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The Weekly Roundup 8.21 Edition

by Amy | August 21, 2015

The weekly roundup is back with yet another batch of articles focusing on smart home devices and the future of smart home automation. This Hacker’s Tiny Device Unlocks Cars and Opens Garages If the unlock button on your key fob doesn’t work on the first try, it may not be due to its batteries.

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The Weekly Roundup 8.14 Edition

by Amy | August 14, 2015

The weekly roundup is back with a bevy of articles relating to smart home devices and the future of smart home automation. The Top Passwords of 2014 With more personal information being stored online than ever before, account security has become incredibly important.

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Weekly Roundup 8.07 Edition

by Amy | August 7, 2015

Artificial Intelligence: How far should technology go? Many top scientists believe that artificial intelligence is not just a possibility, but an inevitability.

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Weekly Roundup 7.31 Edition

by Amy | July 31, 2015

New Microsoft Lumias May Feature Iris Scanners Following the dismissal of nearly 8,000 employees from Microsoft’s phone division, the future of Microsoft’s Lumia devices was unclear. New reports, however, suggest that the tech giant is prepping for two new phones, codenamed Talkman and Cityman, in the Lumia line.

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The Weekly Roundup 7.24 Edition

by Amy | July 24, 2015

  Uber Expands Service for Seniors and People with Disabilities If you’ve ever experienced the misfortune of breaking an ankle or foot, you know how challenging it can be to get around. Particularly if a cast or crutches prohibits your ability to drive.

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The Weekly Roundup 7.17 Edition

by Amy | July 17, 2015

Nature Valley Ad Validates Current Generation Addicted to Technology Nature Valley, a granola bar company, is urging customers to get back in touch with nature. Their new ad asks three generations of families what they most liked to do when they were children.

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The Weekly Roundup 7.10 Edition

by My Alarm Center | July 10, 2015

NBA Player Blames Elbow Injury on His iPhone 6 Plus Could it be that technology is literally causing us physical pain? With technology following the Texas philosophy of “bigger is better,” devices are literally hard to handle.

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