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This 3D-Printed Cyborg Ear Comes With a Built-In Antenna

This 3D-Printed Cyborg Ear Comes With a Built-In Antenna | News we like | Scoop.it
While still not entirely commonplace, 3D-printed body parts made of actual, living tissue have started popping up at a wonderfully alarming rate. The most recent iteration, though, takes the concept one whole cyborg-tinged step further.
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Awesome photos of the Panama Canal lock gates being installed

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The new Panama Canal lock gates are now being installed and holy crap they are gigantic to the point of disbelief. Egyptian pyramids-level huge. Imperial Star Destroyer-level massive. Look at those tiny people and the size of those concrete canyons.
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Plans for secure quantum internet take a leap forward

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The ability to ‘sculpt’ individual photons is a crucial step towards a secure network of powerful quantum computersScientists have created a device that can release a single, precisely shaped photon of light, opening the way to a secure “quantum...
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How to Do as Little Work as Possible Without Getting Fired

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Just after college, I spent nearly six soul-crushing years in business casual clothing pushing paper from one side of a desk to the other. But a crippling caffeine addiction isn't the only thing I picked up from my time as a cubicle monkey.
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State surveillance is enabled by our own sloppy habits

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Our willingness to accept outrageous terms and conditions allows the security services to do as they wishOne night last week, I had a conversation over dinner with a student who is as puzzled as I am about why people seem so unworried by online...
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This Is Why You Should Stick To A Traditional Marriage Proposal

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There is a growing trend, for which the internet is probably to blame, of people eschewing traditional, down-on-one-knee proposals for flashmobs and drones and giant Transformers robots .
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Stunning Artwork Opens New Window on Mighty Maya Civilization

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Long-sought clues to Maya governance emerge from an exquisitely preserved frieze
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Facebook Is Ditching Bing's Search Results

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Facebook and Microsoft have had a relatively long-standing partnership when it comes to search: for years, Facebook searches would also show Bing results, and Bing queries have thrown up results from your friends.
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It's Perfectly Legal to Tell People How to Remove DRM

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Telling users how to strip the DRM from their legally purchased ebooks is not contributory copyright infringement, according to a ruling last month by a federal judge in New York.
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How to Drink All Night at the Holiday Party and Not Be That Guy

How to Drink All Night at the Holiday Party and Not Be That Guy | News we like | Scoop.it
Listen, drinking all night is not healthy. But it's holiday party season, that perfect storm of open bar and all of your colleagues waiting to see who will be this year's obnoxious, puking, passed out and/or dead person at the party.
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The European Commission Looking to Update Its Open Source Policy

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The European Commission is working to upgrade open source policy so that developers have a much easier time to contribute to upstream projects, by removing some of the current constraints.
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How Brazil Plans to Teach a Million People English Before the Rio Olympics

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Enio Ohmaye credits his success to the fact that he learned English at an early age. Now, he's working to ensure other young Brazilians have the same opportunity.
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Pebble 2.3 For Android Brings Interactive Notifications, Will Work With Android Wear-Ready Apps

Pebble 2.3 For Android Brings Interactive Notifications, Will Work With Android Wear-Ready Apps | News we like | Scoop.it
Pebble's upcoming Android software release will introduce support for directly replying to messages and performing other actions right from the watch based on..
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Pirate Bay revived by rival piracy site

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Torrent site Isohunt refloats Pirate Bay with a version of the Swedish site taken before it was shut down by police raids last week
The Pirate Bay has resurfaced after being taken offline last week by police raids in Sweden.
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The NSA Is Funding a Project to Roll All Programming Languages ...

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Why bother having to learn HTML5, JavaScript, PHP, CSS and XML, when you could just learn one? Well, that's exactly what an NSA-funded project at Carnegie Mellon University seeks to achieve. The "polyglot" programming ...
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How One of the Internet's Most Memorable Logos Was Created

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Welcome to Reading List, a brief tour of some of the wonderful tech reads around the web. Online vigilantism, government hacking, and a brief history lesson on the early internet are just a few great reads in store.
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Mirantis Releases Free Developer Edition

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Mirantis OpenStack Express bids to accelerates developer adoption with OpenStack tutorials
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The UK Spying Agency Wants To Tell Kids How Great Encryption Is

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Most of the time, when you hear about GCHQ, Britain's answer to the NSA, it's in the same sentence about mass surveillance or cellphone hacking.
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3D Printed Lenses Open Up Possibilities

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Now this is some seriously cool stuff. The folks over at FormLabs decided to try a little experiment to test the optical clarity of their clear resin. It’s pretty damn clear.
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This Ball Machine Fakes Perpetual Motion As Long As the Sun Is Shining

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Why is watching a marble snake its way around a twisty maze so mesmerizing? Maybe it's an allegory on the human condition as we all try to make our way through the world?
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9 of Our Favorite Gadget Travel Companions

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Traveling nowadays doesn't require much technological preparation. If you've got your smartphone, you're pretty much good to go.
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Inside the Vast Tunnels of Europe's Biggest Infrastructure Project 

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It's a vast understatement to say that Crossrail, London's newest subway line, is big. It's massive: 23 miles of huge tunnels below an ancient city, dug by a team of 10,000 workers, to form the city's biggest transit project since World War II.
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You Can Hang These Legendary American Data Visualizations On Your Walls 

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Gift giving is difficult—go too general, and you look like you picked your gift off of Amazon's recommendation page, but target your loved one's hobbies, and you risk buying them something they already have.
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Apple's first computer wasn't designed in a garage at all 

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Though the legend of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs developing the first Apple computer in a garage at 2066 Crist Drive in Los Altos is certainly romantic, it didn't exactly happen that way.
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