Category Tech

Kuri is the Most Tantalizing Robot on the Market

We sure do love our technology around here, and it comes as no surprise that robots often find their way into our blogs either for discussion purposes or for our sheer joy and entertainment. Today’s topic is a little bit of both, since I absolutely cannot deny the adorableness of this little character, nor can I deny its complexity and convenience in the comfort of our homes. Do I have

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Facebook “Thankful” Emoji for Mother’s Day

It’s undeniable that Facebook always seems to be at least one step ahead when it comes to holidays and fun events. You’ll often notice that there are new holiday frames, cool stickers and even reminders of the way you spent the same holiday a year ago (whether this is a friendly reminder for you or a painful one often depends on the holiday). Mother’s Day Features This Mother’s Day is

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Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat Produce Original Video Content

Get ready Hulu and Netflix! You may soon compete with top social media channels. Twitter, Facebook, and even Snapchat may produce unique, original video content to stream through their channel. If you follow technology news, most likely you heard of the cord-cutting trend. In a 2016 report from market research company GFK, 25 percent of homes do not watch cable television. This ratio decreases among younger adults aged 18-34, 40

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The Hyperloop One is Making Big Promises

While everyone’s over here freaking out about flying cars, I’m still overwhelmed with the idea of the new train system that’s being built through our town. Seriously, the thing has taken years to build, and it doesn’t look like it’s anywhere near close to done. It’s actually putting stores out of business at this point, and even now as everyone starts learning what it feels like to bump and bounce

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Facebook Plans to Add New Staff to Improve Community Safety

Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook announced the company plans to hire 3,000 people to help ensure improved community safety. The decision is in response to the disturbing trend where people harm themselves or others and post the video on Facebook. “Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen people hurting themselves and others on Facebook — either live or in video posted later. It’s heartbreaking, and I’ve been reflecting on

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