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Pokemon Go, But Not In A Car: Popular Game Linked To Spike In Road...

In 2015, there were an estimated 32,166 fatal motor vehicle crashes that occurred throughout the United States. One year later, the "Pokemon Go" app was launched -- and according to one...

Tripwire Tool Detects Website Breaches, But Impacted Companies Fail To Notify Consumers

Due to the saturated digital market, it can be a real challenge to increase web traffic. After all, an estimated 75% of search engine users never even click past the first...

Autonomous Semi Trucks Bring Up Cybersecurity Risks

In typical tech giant style, Tesla shook the industry with the announcement of their new electric semi truck. This semi-autonomous vehicle adds to the list of high-tech cars and trucks taking...

3D Printed Rhino Horns May Impede Poachers And Protect Species

3D printers are becoming more commonplace, used to make everything from prosthetic limbs to concrete materials used in construction. While it's been shown that these 3D-printed products can vastly improve the...

Japanese Studio Creates Portable Toilet to Aid Natural Disaster Victims

Natural disasters impact the world fairly regularly. And given the recent devastation left behind by hurricanes Harvey and Irma, flooding is now a major concern. In fact, 90% of all U.S....

Twitter Unveils New 280 Character Count for Tweets

Back in September, the popular social media platform Twitter unveiled its 280 character limit to some of its users. This was only available for a few influencers while the company tested...

How Bill Gates Plans to Build His Own City

The idea of the screw dates back to around 200 B.C., and thousands of years later it is still used in everything from building homes to the electronic device you're using...

Gap Goes Robotic: Kindred To Run A.I. Robot Pilot Program In Fulfillment Centers

Technology is used in almost every facet of our daily lives, largely because today's society values convenience and speed. In the e-commerce sector, technology has made a huge impact. Around 67%...

New Study Confirms Continuing Trend In Online Banking

The most popular method of banking has seen a drastic shift. Two out of three people in the United States and Canada now use online banking at least once a week...

Robots Are Headed to The Mines For… Work?

Decades ago, mining jobs in the United States were some of the more stable career options for workers. Though it's certainly one of the more physically taxing jobs, miners were relatively...