Monthly Archives: March 2014

Colorado needs new telecom regulations for modern technology – Denver Post

Colorado needs new telecom regulations for modern technologyDenver PostAnd Colorado's regulatory scheme ought to keep up with those changes so businesses can thrive and offer consumers cutting-edge technology. That's what a package of telecom bills pending in the state legislature … Continue reading

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A New Facebook Lab Is Intent on Delivering Internet Access by Drone – New York Times

The Guardian A New Facebook Lab Is Intent on Delivering Internet Access by DroneNew York TimesThe lab is part of Mr. Zuckerberg's ambitious Internet.org project to bring the Internet to the two-thirds of the world's population without Internet access. With … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs’ Chilling Response After Getting a Google Employee Fired – TIME

Steve Jobs' Chilling Response After Getting a Google Employee FiredTIMEAccording to a Department of Justice investigation, Google, Apple and several other tech companies entered into agreements in the mid-2000s to not recruit workers from each others' companies, a policy that … Continue reading

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The Rise Of 4K TV — The New Technology Will Be In A Majority Of US … – Business Insider

The Rise Of 4K TV — The New Technology Will Be In A Majority Of US …Business InsiderOver half of Americans say they are at least "somewhat likely" to buy a 4K Ultra HD TV in the next two years, … Continue reading

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Principals get slimed for new technology – The Free Lance-Star

The Free Lance-Star Principals get slimed for new technologyThe Free Lance-StarPrincipal Kim Austin gets another dose of homemade slime poured over her head by 5th grade student David Goodwyn Jr. (center-right) with assistance from Volunteer Coordinator for the PTO, Elise … Continue reading

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Immigrants from the future – The Economist (blog)

Immigrants from the futureThe Economist (blog)I would wager that Google's interest arises from volumes of data they'd collect on the goings on in the world with connected robots. Much of what they do is to digitize everything and flip that … Continue reading

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Canyon Crest Academy ‘de.evolution’ robotics team headed to world competition – Del Mar Times

The North Bay Nugget Canyon Crest Academy 'de.evolution' robotics team headed to world competitionDel Mar TimesCanyon Crest Academy's robotics team 4278 – de.evolution – is headed to the world championship robotics tournament in St. Louis next month, after competing at … Continue reading

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Why Asimov’s Three Laws Of Robotics Can’t Protect Us – io9

Business Insider Australia Why Asimov's Three Laws Of Robotics Can't Protect Usio9It's been 50 years since Isaac Asimov devised his famous Three Laws of Robotics — a set of rules designed to ensure friendly robot behavior. Though intended as a … Continue reading

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36 robotics teams compete at Auburn high regional championship – KING5.com

36 robotics teams compete at Auburn high regional championshipKING5.comThe field smacked of mechanics, electronics, math, science and engineering, all playing out at the Auburn High School gym. Game rules are simple. Get the ball down field, into the opponents goal. … Continue reading

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Tualatin High Robotics team triumphs at district; moves on to regionals – The Oregonian

Tualatin High Robotics team triumphs at district; moves on to regionalsThe OregonianMembers of Tualatin Robotics, left to right, Dan Espinoza, Davis Loen, Erin Primrose, Brian Hillenbrand (black jacket, leaning on the robot), Kevin Gorbett, Chris Poach, Jorge Reyes, Mark French … Continue reading

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