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Friday August 17, 2018. 06:40 PM
Last August, 50 employees at Three Square Market got RFID chips in their hands. Now 80 have them. From a report: The idea came about in early 2017, president of Three Square Market Patrick McMullan says, when he was on a business trip to Sweden -- a country where some people ...
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Is The Meg good? It’s about as good as these things get. Meaning what, exactly? Mostly that it feels like a movie from about fifteen years ago that someone lost in a bunker, […] The post MovieBob Reviews: THE MEG (2018) appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - Aug 17, 06:23 PM
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Enlarge / The palm nuts satiating the world's hunger for vegetable oil and fueling habitat loss. (credit: flickr user: Carsten ten Brink) Palm oil is ubiquitous and is set to become more so over the next few decades. The oil is used in food, cleaning, and beauty products...
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This video is the first time I've seen or heard of Fox News host Trish Regan, so I don't know anything about her, other than the fact that she thinks Denmark is a very bad place because it is socialist just like Venezuela. I don't know if she's been to either country, but...
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Cache me outside, how 'bout dah? BSides Manchester Websites can be hijacked to turn their caches into exploit delivery systems.…
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Two anonymous readers share a report: When the ground-services employee who stole a turboprop airliner last week declined air-traffic controllers' piloting advice, saying he had played videogames, it was no surprise to some devotees of intricate home flight-simulation...
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You might know motion capture as the tech that transformed Andy Serkis into Gollum, but now it can transform everyday people into animated avatars in virtual worlds, and all in real-time. Motion capture—which uses body sensors, ultra-precise cameras, and modeling software...
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Concerned social scientists turned their analytical skills onto one of their most widely used research tools this week: Amazon's Mechanical Turk.
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Barry Kauler has announced the release of a new version of the lightweight Quirky distribution. The new version, Quirky 8.6, is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and contains mostly bug fixes and minor improvements over previous 8.x releases. "Quirky Linux 8.6 is the latest in the...
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Smartphone brand Motorola has been criticised for revealing a 'shameless' copy of the iPhone X as its new model. BBC: Many phone-makers have copied the look of the iPhone X, which has a smaller bezel around the screen and a 'notch' at the top that houses a camera. However,...
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But just for a month - and what a month September will be for its directors The directors of the company at the heart of the ZX Spectrum reboot scandal have been ordered to pay yet more legal costs as they keep trying to kick their financial woes into the long grass.…
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For most people, alcohol is not an aphrodisiac—despite what last week’s drunken night out suggested. Yes, booze can help lower your inhibitions. But it also decreases the chances of male sexual arousal, lessens […] The post Boner-Boosting Beer Chock Full of Salad Greens...
    Geek - Aug 17, 05:12 PM
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Enlarge / Elon Musk speaks in Austin, Texas, on March 10, 2018. (credit: Photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for HBO) Elon Musk is one of the most famous people in the business world and serves as the CEO of two multibillion dollar companies at the same time. And that adds up to a ...
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There'll be no triumph for Trump: a day after its price tag was reported to be heading toward $100m and the Pentagon delayed the festivities, he has 'cancelled' the forthcoming military parade that, all in all, could never have matched the totalitarian splendor of his...
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With a massive Charge 3 leak spilling many of its reported features, Amazon has added some more intrigue by slashing prices on the Charge 2. Normally priced at $150 and $180, you can save $30 off a Charge 2 or Charge 2 Special EditionRemove non-product linkin every color...
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The game platform Steam has an anything-goes policy toward what it publishes. But the resulting kelp mat of smut has spread enough to lead it to institute moderation by the back door: freezing approvals in certain genres while it develops 'filters.' Targeted most clearly are ...
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The scorching temperatures and forest fires of this summer's heatwave have finally stirred the world to face the onrushing threat of global warming, claims the climate scientist behind the recent 'hothouse Earth' report. Following an unprecedented 270,000 downloads of his...
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ESET is expanding its enterprise offerings with a series of new technologies that provide EDR, threat hunting, sandbox and management capabilities.
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While the fall smartphone season generally belongs to Samsung, Apple, and Google, OnePlus has been making plenty of noise the past two years. After moving to a six-month refresh cycle with the 3T, the Oppo offshoot has steadily increased pressure on its heavyweight...
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Enlarge / Even in 2018, there's still a wooden sign proudly advertising 'Free Wi-Fi.' (credit: Cyrus Farivar) One of the least fun jobs when writing a scientific paper is coming up with a motivation. It should be easy and fun: look at this awesomely cool thing we...
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