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Japanese police used 3D printing to restore murder scene

Japanese police used 3D printing to restore murder scene | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
Japanese police announced that they have created a 3D model of a murder crime scene in Tokyo hoping to solve a 13-year-old cold case murder mystery. (日本の警察は、殺人現場(世田谷一家殺害事件)を復元するために3Dプリンタを利用している。高橋克也 (オウム真理教)...

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Google's new broadband offer: 20-days of WiFi for a quid

Google's new broadband offer: 20-days of WiFi for a quid | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
Balloon-busting service only in Indonesia ... for now
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Philips Announces a New HUE WiFi Light Bulb For Recessed Lighting - Gadget Review

Philips Announces a New HUE WiFi Light Bulb For Recessed Lighting - Gadget Review | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
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Philips Announces a New HUE WiFi Light Bulb For Recessed Lighting
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Of course you'll get the same energy savings, which is said to be 80% less power than a traditional light bulb.

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17% of Kids Under Age 8 Use a Mobile Device Every Day

17% of Kids Under Age 8 Use a Mobile Device Every Day | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
Nearly one in five children under age 8 uses a mobile device every day. That's one-third the number of children reading books on a daily basis.
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Exclusive: Report Says YouTube Overtakes Facebook Among Teens

Exclusive: Report Says YouTube Overtakes Facebook Among Teens | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
YouTube is now the most popular social network among teens, according to a report.
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Ford’s new Crash proof Car Technology

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New Crash Proof Car Technology
A great video about Fords new 'obstacle avoidance' technology.
Ford has developed a 'crash-proof' car in a bid to help drivers avoid
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New York Creates 'Texting Zones' to Stop Car Accidents

New York Creates 'Texting Zones' to Stop Car Accidents | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
New York introduced new "texting zones," which are designed to discourage texting while driving.
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Nigeria set to tap into $57bn IPTV market - BusinessDay

Nigeria set to tap into $57bn IPTV market - BusinessDay | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
Nigeria set to tap into $57bn IPTV market
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According to the analysts, IPTV would challenge the dominance of satellite TV in sub-Saharan Africa as broadband internet service becomes pervasive and much more affordable.
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Leaked Moto X Video Reveals Voice Command Innovation - Digital Marketing Domain - SEO Services, search engine optimization, internet marketing, social media optimization and more..!

Leaked Moto X Video Reveals Voice Command Innovation - Digital Marketing Domain - SEO Services, search engine optimization, internet marketing, social media optimization and more..! | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
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Rather than kill them all (yes really planned in Oz) Sharks Now Tweet When Approaching the Beach

Rather than kill them all (yes really planned in Oz) Sharks Now Tweet When Approaching the Beach | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
It used to be that when you wanted to warn ocean-goers about shark-infested waters, the only solution was to send a panicked Roy Scheider running down the beaches.

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Quote "Twitter is up to the task. A group called Surf Life Saving Western Australia has connected transmitters on tagged sharks to an automated Twitter warning system. The resulting tweets (see examples below) warn surfers and beachgoers about the size, breed and location of sharks that come within a kilometer of the shore."

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Build your own mobile network for the low, low price of US$2,000

Build your own mobile network for the low, low price of US$2,000 | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
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Apple Aims to Control Your Home

Apple Aims to Control Your Home | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
Picture the scene — you return home and the temperature rises, the lights go on, and your oven heats itself in preparation for dinner. You didn't have to lift a finger; it happe...
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Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise

What if telekinesis was real? How would you react? Our hidden camera experiment captures the reactions of unsuspecting customers at a New York City coffee sh...
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How Mobile Phones Can Help Beat Malaria

How Mobile Phones Can Help Beat Malaria | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
With a $1 donation online via a smartphone Malaria No More will instantly provide a life-saving test and treatment for a child in Africa.
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10 Countries That Spend the Most on Digital Ads [CHART]

10 Countries That Spend the Most on Digital Ads [CHART] | Cool New Things | Scoop.it
These 10 countries spend the most money per person on digital ads.
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IC tomorrow Digital Inclusion Innovation Contest - Accessible Internet of Things

Making the 'Internet of Things' accessible One award of up to £48000* for the development of a prototype service or application in the 'accessible Internet ...
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