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internet connections through LED bulbs + light-waves (LiFi)

internet connections through LED bulbs + light-waves (LiFi) | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
a group of chinese scientists have successfully conducted experiments capable of producing internet signals sent exclusively through lightbulbs (LiFi), instead of WiFi.
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Apple Unveils iPad Air and New iPad Mini

Apple Unveils iPad Air and New iPad Mini | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
Speaking today at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook is once again giving Apple customers a choice between two different tablets: the iPad Air and the iPad Mini with retina display.
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Which one do you prefer? 

Do we really need a phone, a computer AND a tablet?

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Local people 'need access to technology to survive disasters ...

Local people 'need access to technology to survive disasters ... | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
Technology can greatly enhance the ability of disaster-affected communities to help themselves, says world disasters report.
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How to risk your job in 7 security mistakes

How to risk your job in 7 security mistakes | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
It’s tricky sometimes to get your job done while sticking to all those pesky rules around confidentiality and data protection. Being escorted out of the building for security negligence is not some...

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Family and Fun Always Comes First for BatDad [VIDEO]

Family and Fun Always Comes First for BatDad [VIDEO] | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
For Blake Wilson, the father behind BatDad, his Vine videos are all about fun and family. (#socialmedia: Family and Fun Always Comes First for BatDad:
Internet super-patriarch BatD...
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NASA is Talking to Spacecraft Via Laser

NASA is Talking to Spacecraft Via Laser | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
The inside story of this weekend's historic laser-based space communication test. (#LADEE laser comm successful! Think going from your old modem to broadband - for exploring the planets. Fabulous job!
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How to Find the Safest Technology for Your Kids

How to Find the Safest Technology for Your Kids | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
Keeping your kids safe with the newest technology isn't always easy. For some reason they seem to learn about the details of the technology more quickly and thoroughly than adults do. They can figu...
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Apple Unveils iPad Air and New iPad Mini

Apple Unveils iPad Air and New iPad Mini | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
Speaking today at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook is once again giving Apple customers a choice between two different tablets: the iPad Air and the iPad Mini with retina display.
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Which one do you prefer? 

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School Districts Grapple With Glitches in Computer Tablets

School Districts Grapple With Glitches in Computer Tablets | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
As schools rush to embrace computer tablets as teaching tools, problems have officials in a few districts rethinking the usefulness and even security of the latest technology trend. (Should tablets be used in schools?
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Jose Mourinho calls on Germany to embrace technology – World Soccer Daily (22/10/2013)

Jose Mourinho calls on Germany to embrace technology – World Soccer Daily (22/10/2013) | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
Pro All Star | Soccer (New post: Jose Mourinho calls on Germany to embrace technology – World Soccer Daily (22/10/2013) http://t.co/iZ0PeSnPBZ)...
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Study: What You Would Be Doing If You Spent Less Time Online

Study: What You Would Be Doing If You Spent Less Time Online | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
More time online means less time socializing, studying, and sleeping.
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Facebook lets beheading clips return

Facebook lets beheading clips return | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
Video clips of decapitations and other instances of graphic violence can once again be shared via Facebook, a move criticised by its own safety advisors.
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NTU scientists make breakthrough solar technology

NTU scientists make breakthrough solar technology | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
In the near future, solar panels will not only be more efficient but also a lot cheaper and affordable for everyone, thanks to research by Nanyang Technological University scientists.
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How Big Is A Colossal Squid Really?

How Big Is A Colossal Squid Really? | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
Recently, Quarks to Quasar's on Facebook published an illustration (above) of how massive a Colossal Squid can get.  The Facebook post was liked by 3,300 people and shared 1,150 times (they have 351k followers).
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Google unveils uProxy to bypass surveillance

Google unveils uProxy to bypass surveillance | The World Wide Web | Scoop.it
Google unveils a new technology called uProxy that allows citizens to bypass government censorship or surveillance software to surf the web.
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Many countries in the world have government restrictions on their people's access to the Internet. This is called censorship, which has been the subject of debate ever since the World Wide Web became publically available. The current discourse is no less fierce, with a lot of different and often surprising opinions about what individuals should be able to decide for themselves. 

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