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  1. Ultrathin, Transparent and Flexible, 2-D Materials could lead to Thinnest-ever Imaging DevicesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    An atomically thin material may lead to the thinnest-ever imaging platform. Synthetic two-dimensional materials based on metal chalcogenide compounds could be the basis for super-thin devices, according to Rice University researchers.

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  2. The Best Tablets Launched In 2014 Were...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | GuruFocus.com

    This year was not a good one if sales of tablets are considered. Even the tablets launched this year did not gather much revenue for the technology giants, and this product category did witness another sloppy year as tablet sales continued its slump.

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  3. The Daily Startup: Vkansee Raises $7M for High-Res Fingerprint SecurityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Wall Street Journal

    Vkansee Technology wants to be the company supplying the next wave of fingerprint scanners for digital devices, including smartphones. The company raised $7 million from Aviation Industry Corp. of China , Lizette Chapman reports for Dow Jones VentureWire.

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  4. Are you ready for EMV credit cards?Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | BroadcastNewsroom

    If you are not already aware, change is afoot in the world of credit card processing technology and liability. EMV cards, which contain a chip in addition to the magnetic stripe, are coming to a store near you and your store.

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  5. Atom-thick CCD could capture imagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Science Daily

    An atomically thin material may lead to the thinnest-ever imaging platform. Synthetic two-dimensional materials based on metal chalcogenide compounds could be the basis for superthin devices.

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  6. No more lines in the cafeteria with automated cashierRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | PSFK

    Doomsayers about the future have a lot to say about things that might be extinct before the turn of the next century. Elephants.

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  7. Smart pushes use of mobile technologies for social goodRead the original story

    Tuesday | PressReleasePoint

    With the emergence of mobile applications, the device can serve as a computer, television, remote control, library, storage, scanner, gaming device, and many more. It's like a personal assistant helping people get through their day-to-day activities with efficiency and convenience.

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  8. Hands-Free Wearable Solution for Fleet ManagementRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Refrigerated & Frozen Foods

    ... keypads, Windows-embedded Handheld 6.5 operating system architecture and support for tethered and BT ring scanners, this wearable solution empowers workers with the hands-free convenience to handle more tasks with fewer disruptions to workflow. Next ...

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  9. The 10 best business apps you need right nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CNN

    When you're starting a business, hiring a technology guru to make your mobile app isn't always an option. But thanks to BuildFire, anyone can be their own digital designer, and create an easy-to-use app in minutes.

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  10. Research shows modern humans have less bone density than earlier human ancestorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Medical News

    New research shows that modern human skeletons evolved into their lightly built form only relatively recently - after the start of the Holocene about 12,000 years ago, and even more recently in some human populations. The work, based on high-resolution imaging of bone joints from modern humans and chimpanzees as well as from fossils of extinct human species, shows that for millions of years, extinct humans had high bone density until a dramatic decrease in recent modern humans.

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  11. Thibeault downplays push for PET scannerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Northern Life

    Frank Bruno said he is excited a Liberal candidate in Sudbury has even mentioned the word PET scanner. File photo.

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  12. The U.S. Gov't Is About to Make Top Secret Phone Calls and Emails Even More ConfidentialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | TheBlaze.com

    ... according to Boeing outside counsel Bruce Olcott . And for even more added security, the phone has biometric scanners, Britain's Telegraph reported . Further, the Boeing Black's encryption software is designed to prevent eavesdropping or spying. To ...

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  13. Lightweight Skeletons Of Modern Humans Have Recent OriginRead the original story

    Monday | PressReleasePoint

    New research shows that modern human skeletons evolved into their lightly built form only relatively recently - after the start of the Holocene about 12,000 years ago, and even more recently in some human populations. The work, based on high-resolution imaging of bone joints from modern humans and chimpanzees as well as from fossils of extinct human species, shows that for millions of years, extinct humans had high bone density until a dramatic decrease in recent modern humans.

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  14. Samsung Galaxy Alpha Mini packs premium features into smaller, metal packageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | IT Business

    We set out to review the top 10 business smartphones for 2014 so you know what device is right to buy for you. While some of devices didn't quite make the cut to our top 10, we felt they were worth a series of five shorter reviews.

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  15. The Coolest Hacks Of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Dark Reading

    TSA baggage scanners, evil USB sticks, and smart homes were among the targets in some of the most creative -- and yes, scary -- hacks this year by security researchers. It's easy to forget some of the more innovative and eye-popping hacks by the good guys in 2014 amid the painful and unprecedented wave of cybercrime, cyber espionage, and cyber mayhem that the world has witnessed the past 12 months.

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  16. Crowdsourcing with mobile apps brings 'big data' to psychological researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Science Daily

    A fast-paced game app where players pretend they are baggage screening officers operating airport x-ray scanners has provided researchers with billions of pieces of data in record time, according to an article. "Mobile devices offer researchers an exciting new means to crowdsource an experiment using games that are actually tests of cognition or other brain functions," said the lead author of the report.

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  17. Crowdsourcing: Game Apps Bring Big Data to Psychological ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    A fast-paced game app where players pretend they are baggage screening officers operating airport x-ray scanners has provided researchers with billions of pieces of data in record time, according to an article published by the American Psychological Association . "Mobile devices offer researchers an exciting new means to crowdsource an experiment using games that are actually tests of cognition or other brain functions," said Stephen R. Mitroff, PhD, of Duke University, lead author of the report, published in APA's Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance .

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  18. USB 3.0 vs USB 2.0: Reference at a glanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Electronic Engineering Times Asia

    The Universal Serial Bus has become the standard interface for connecting devices to a computer over the last 14 years. Whether it's an external hard drive, a camera, the mouse, a printer, or a scanner, the physical connection to transfer data between devices generally is a USB cable.

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  19. UPS's busiest day: 34 mln packagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Reuters

    ... contingency plans so it can swap between trucks and planes, and it has invested in more fuel efficient planes and scanners that see six sides of a package at once, according to the New York Times. Behind the surge in shipments: the explosion in ...

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  20. Introducing the Oracle Documents Cloud ServiceRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Oracle

    The Oracle Documents Cloud Service is an enterprise grade file synchronization and sharing application with robust security and application integration allowing users to access their content from anywhere using any of their connected devices. It is a unique cloud based file sharing solution that can integrate with an already implemented Content Management strategy to allow for a unified approach to managing Enterprise Content .

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