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Apple recently filed a new patent, describing a “self-adapting alert device” that would vary the volume or style of user notifications to your iPhone or Apple Watch depending on where you are at the time. Alerts would vary...

source: Cult of Mac

The jury is still out on whether the Internet of Things will make our lives any easier. If, and when, it does, a lot of it might be powered these tiny, ant-sized radios. These radios that are made of silicon and measure just a few millimeters each, have been developed by...

source: Gizmodo

After six years and over one billion dollars in development, the FBI has just announced that its new biometric facial recognition software system is finally complete. Starting soon, photos of tens of millions of U.S. citizen's faces will...

source: Gizmodo

IBM recently announced a new product called Watson Analytics, one they claim will bring sophisticated big data analysis to the average business user. Watson Analytics is a cloud application that does all of the the heavy lifting related...

source: Tech Crunch

When Canada's newest national museum opens, it will mark the end of a 14-year journey sparked by one family's desire to have Canadians learn about the struggle for — and the fragility of — freedom. The road to create the...

source: The Canadian Press via CTV Winnipeg News

The popularity of the comic dog, Snoopy, is leading to something big — a new program that will result in California museums reaching new audiences and serving communities in exciting ways. The California Association of Museums (CAM) is on the verge of making history...

source: The Fresno Bee


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