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MTBC helps Wylie ISD move forward with focus on STEM fields
The Dallas Morning News
Connie Underwood is still learning the specifics of what she's teaching her students at Burnett Junior High School in Wylie. One of her classes this semester the first of Wylie ISD's science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses offered at the junior high level is learning to program a robot based on the Mars Rover. When they're finished, the robot will be able to complete a task.
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Future of work: 3 big predictions
Inc.
Hardware is the new software. Here's how it will boost your productivity, efficiency and collaboration — without you even knowing.
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CYBERSECURITY


Government reaches deal with tech firms on data requests
The Wall Street Journal
The Obama administration recently agreed to let technology companies make more information public about how often the government monitors Internet use, a move that aims to ease public distrust and corporate complaints about snooping.
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Watch these chilling videos about the scary future of cybersecurity
Fast Company
As we all start wearing Google Glass contacts and voting for the next president online, hackers will evolve, too. These videos show a version of what that fight might look like in the year 2020.
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INNOVATION


New AT&T technology could make business cards obsolete
Dallas Business Journal
A new technology being developed by AT&T could make your business cards obsolete. AT&T has developed a way to let your cellphone or other wireless device automatically record encounters with other nearby people who are carrying wireless devices, so as to create a "personal encounter history" that you can retrieve later.
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3-D printed soil reveals the world beneath our feet
University of Abertay Dundee via Phys.org
Soil scientists at Abertay University are using 3-D printing technology to find out, for the very first time, exactly what is going on in the world beneath our feet. In the same way that ecologists study the interactions of living organisms above ground, Professor Wilfred Otten and researchers at the university's SIMBIOS Centre are taking advantage of the new technology to do the same below ground.
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Rube Goldberg: The father of inventions
CBS News
The popular board game Mousetrap is an example of a Rube Goldberg-inspired machine, a contraption that contains elaborate mechanisms with a vast array of moving parts to perform a simple function. Mo Rocca visits the Rube Goldberg Machine Contest, where less is never more.
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BEHIND THE SCENES


7 super certifications for IT pros
InformationWeek
It's a tight IT job market. Earning an IT certification can help you qualify for a position, make your resume stand out or move you up the corporate ladder.
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How to make Monday as productive as Tuesday
Fast Company
The Bangles may have sung of "Manic Mondays," but Tuesday is really the day when stuff gets done. According to a recent survey by the staffing company Accountemps on employee productivity, 39 percent of HR managers said that Tuesday was generally the best day for their employees.
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Future of work: 3 big predictions
Inc.
Hardware is the new software. Here's how it will boost your productivity, efficiency and collaboration — without you even knowing.

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CES 2014: 8 technologies to watch
InformationWeek
Giant TVs, laser-equipped cars, wearable computers — it must be the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show. Which products will dazzle?

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Invasion of the Internet of Things
TechRepublic
According to Patrick Gray, the "invasion of things" is already underway. Make sure your organization is prepared to use the new technology to its advantage instead of struggling to catch up.

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ROBOTS


Meet Google's robot army — It's growing
Gizmodo
Google can't stop buying robotics companies. In the past two months, eight of the 12 companies the search giant has acquired have "robotics" in their name or descriptions. Here's your complete breakdown of the robot army presently at Google's command.
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9 jobs robots already do better than you
MarketWatch
Are there jobs that robots perform better than humans? Apparently so. Here are nine jobs that robots perform better that will also allow humans to perform more rewarding work.
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