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Apple Watch's high-priced fashion focus on the mark, survey says

Apple Watch's high-priced fashion focus on the mark, survey says | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Some consumers are willing to pay more than the market average price for the Apple Watch when it debuts, according to a new survey.
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Protein-folded DNA nanostructures

Protein-folded DNA nanostructures | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
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A wide variety of DNA nanostructures have been assembled by folding long DNA single strands with short DNA staples. However, such structures typically need annealing at elevated temperatures in order to form. To accommodate the formation of such structures in living cells,
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New facial recognition system helps diagnose rare genetic disease | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

New facial recognition system helps diagnose rare genetic disease | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
New facial recognition system helps diagnose rare genetic disease - Scientists have successfully used facial recognition software to diagnose a rare, genetic disease that causes multiple defects like cleft palate and learning problems, but is often hard to pinpoint.
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Can Technology Save Democracy? | Fast Company

Can Technology Save Democracy? | Fast Company | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Representative democracy may have run its course. It’s time for liquid democracy.
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This New Research Confirms That DNA Is The Future Of Data Storage

This New Research Confirms That DNA Is The Future Of Data Storage | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
A new research study has shown that DNA is the future of storage. Normally DNA is used to code everything in a living organism but it can al..
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Apple's Next iPhone May Have These 2 New Features

Apple's Next iPhone May Have These 2 New Features | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Apple’s next iPhone, believed to be the iPhone 8, could get some features users had hoped to see this year.
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Easy Solutions To Stop Spam Bots

Easy Solutions To Stop Spam Bots | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
If you have a ton of zombie users and spam comment posts, then no worries. It's an easy problem to solve.
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Scientists 3D Print Human-Scale, Living Tissues

Scientists 3D Print Human-Scale, Living Tissues | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Need some new muscle? We’ll print that for you. In a tremendous stride forwards for the field of regenerative medicine, researchers in the U.S. have managed to invent a 3D printer capable of churning out human-scale, living tissues that survived and integrated when implanted into an animal. While it’s still early days, the team demonstrated that the tissues developed the right strength and function required for human application, raising the possibility that the technique could one day be used to help people whose tissue has been damaged by disease or trauma.
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Rare Double Star System Seen In Final Death Throes Before It Explodes | IFLScience

Rare Double Star System Seen In Final Death Throes Before It Explodes | IFLScience | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
An incredible stellar system has been found where two stars are so close that their surfaces are overlapping. It is the hottest and most massive double star system ever seen, and provides a rare glimpse into what is believed to be a relatively brief cosmic event.
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Tesla Motors Launches "Autopilot" Update That Controls Motors, Braking And Steering | IFLScience

Tesla Motors Launches "Autopilot" Update That Controls Motors, Braking And Steering | IFLScience | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Tesla drivers in North America will be able to update their car software to include an “autopilot” mode. The new feature does not turn cars into completely self-driving machines, but it does aim to help drivers in dangerous situations as well as relieve them from some of the tedious stages of driving.
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How Ads Will Work in Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages - WSJ

How Ads Will Work in Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages - WSJ | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
The online ad giant wants to speed up Web content on mobile devices, while maintaining online publishers’ ad-supported business models.
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In Future, The Internet Could Come Through Your Lightbulb | IFLScience

In Future, The Internet Could Come Through Your Lightbulb | IFLScience | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
The tungsten lightbulb has served well over the century or so since it was introduced, but its days are numbered now with the arrival of LED lighting, which consume a tenth of the power of incandescent bulbs and have a lifespan 30 times longer. Potential uses of LEDs are not limited to illumination: smart lighting products are emerging that can offer various additional features, including linking your laptop or smartphone to the internet. Move over Wi-Fi, Li-Fi is here.
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Apple Unveils iPhone 6S, and Breaks Own Taboos With Other Offerings

Apple Unveils iPhone 6S, and Breaks Own Taboos With Other Offerings | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
The smartphone, and the larger 6S Plus variant, took center stage at Apple’s product announcement event, but a bigger iPad and a beefed-up Apple TV had turns in the spotlight.
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Could Genetics Be Giving Way To A New Science Of Life?

Could Genetics Be Giving Way To A New Science Of Life? | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Dr. Jonathan R. Latham about a new critique of genetic determinism titled Genetics Is Giving Way to a New Science of Life. Dr. Latham, PhD is Co-founder and Executive Director of the Bioscience Resource Project and Editor of the Independent Science News website. He is a biologist who holds a Masters in Crop Genetics and a PhD in Virology. He was subsequently a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Genetics, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Prior to heading the Bioscience Resource Project he published scientific papers in disciplines as diverse as plant ecology, plant virology, genetics and genetic engineering. Stay tuned! Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show and visit our contest section at www.theorganicview.com/contests to win one of our monthly prizes! Today's show is sponsored by Austria's Finest Naturally Authentic Pumpkin Seeds and Pumpkin Seed Oil from the Steiermark available at OrganicUniverse.com. Listeners of TheOrganicView can receive $1 off their purchase by using the coupon code "orgview". For more offers, please visit our website at www.theorganicview.com Listen to previous shows: http://theorganicview.com/wiki Please support our efforts by donating to the show by making a donation to TheOrganicView by clicking here! Even a dollar helps! https://rally.org/theorganicviewradioshow
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E-tattoos turn knuckles and freckles into smartphone controls

E-tattoos turn knuckles and freckles into smartphone controls | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Tattoos that turn skin into a touchscreen could display notifications on your body and let you answer a call or pump up the volume with a tap of your fingers
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Here's How Nanorobots Can Make You Healthier

Here's How Nanorobots Can Make You Healthier | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Nanorobots can be used to deliver drugs in targeted parts of the body faster and better
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Apple and Google Working to Fix CIA Exploits - WikiLeaks Won't Share Code

Apple and Google Working to Fix CIA Exploits - WikiLeaks Won't Share Code | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Google, Apple and others are rushing to address damage from CIA leak but WikiLeaks isn't sharing any software details.
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This Father 3D Printed A Bionic Arm For His Infant Son, And Now Other Kids Can Have One

This Father 3D Printed A Bionic Arm For His Infant Son, And Now Other Kids Can Have One | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
When Ben Ryan found out his newborn son couldn't get a functional prosthetic until he was three, he started Ambionics to build them.
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Apple's MacBook Pro isn't the touchscreen laptop it ought to be

Apple's MacBook Pro isn't the touchscreen laptop it ought to be | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Ever since Phil Schiller brought up the issue while introducing the second-generation MacBook Air, Apple has made a point of publicly resisting the pressur
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Understanding Content for SEO Agencies

Understanding Content for SEO Agencies | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
When building a content site for your clients, the priority should be content and how it's structured. Unfortunately, too many SEO agencies completely ignore content.
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3D-Printed Engine Part Passes Hypersonic Flight Test

3D-Printed Engine Part Passes Hypersonic Flight Test | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
This is seriously cool. American aerospace company Orbital ATK has tested a 3D-printed hypersonic engine combustor, one that could supposedly be used in a high-speed plane known as a scramjet.
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Four Things You Should Be Doing To Protect Yourself From Cyberattack | IFLScience

Four Things You Should Be Doing To Protect Yourself From Cyberattack | IFLScience | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
It is easy to get lost in a sea of information when looking at cybersecurity issues. And hearing about hacks and cyberattacks as they happen is a surefire way to feel helpless and totally disempowered.
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Boeing Has Developed The Lightest Metal Ever | IFLScience

Boeing Has Developed The Lightest Metal Ever | IFLScience | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Aerospace giant Boeing has released a video showcasing the lightest metal structure ever, which is also one of the lightest materials known to science, called Microlattice. 
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Early iPhone 6S owners reporting burning hot Touch ID buttons

Early iPhone 6S owners reporting burning hot Touch ID buttons | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
Surprising precisely no one, Apple's newest iPhone is it's best. That doesn't mean all of its first users are having a positive experience.
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The Internet Is Eating Your Memory, But Something Better Is Taking Its Place | IFLScience

The Internet Is Eating Your Memory, But Something Better Is Taking Its Place | IFLScience | Science & Technology | Scoop.it
In the years since the world started going digital, one of the big changes has been that we don’t need to remember very much. Why risk forgetting a partner’s birthday or a dinner date with a close friend when you can commit the details to your computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet and get a reminder at the appropriate time?
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