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This electric motorcycle runs on 15 parts made via 3D printer

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Ready to upgrade from your e-scooter?
The NERA electric motorcycle is a functioning bike that was made using a 3D printer. The only catch — it’s just a “use case” example for a German 3D printing company to show off its material-making skills.

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YouTube is now streaming free, ad-supported feature films

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YouTube recently began to roll out a series of feature films that viewers can watch for free, supported by ads. While the selection isn’t large, there are some notable ones to catch, like The Terminator, Legally Blonde, and Rocky.
According to AdAge, the video

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Apple IPhone X Can’t Handle The New Update, Explodes While Updating To iOS 12.1

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There are people in the world, who legit save up money in a separate account just so they can buy an iPhone. True-blue Apple fans is probably what they are. But since they spend at least five times the money an average phone costs,

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Fake news: Can teenagers spot it?

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Fake news, misinformation, clickbait – whatever you choose to call it, it is one of the scourges of our times.
If we are to make it less of a threat to democracy, that effort is going to need to start in schools.
And I

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The backlash is already mounting over Amazon’s choices for HQ2

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The backlash has already begun against Amazon after the e-commerce giant announced Tuesday it will split its second headquarters between New York City and a suburb of Washington, D.C.
Congresswoman-Elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she has received concerned calls from residents in her Queens district, which

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The DEA and ICE are hiding surveillance cameras in streetlights

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The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have hidden an undisclosed number of covert surveillance cameras inside streetlights around the country, federal contracting documents reveal.
According to government procurement data, the DEA has paid a Houston, Texas company called Cowboy

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World’s first AI news anchor unveiled in China

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China’s state news agency Xinhua this week introduced the newest members of its newsroom: AI anchors who will report “tirelessly” all day every day, from anywhere in the country.
Chinese viewers were greeted with a digital version of a regular Xinhua news anchor named Qiu

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This is Samsung’s foldable smartphone

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Samsung has been teasing its foldable smartphone for weeks, and now the company has unveiled it for the first time today. Samsung calls its foldable phone technology the Infinity Flex Display, and the phone itself has a tablet-sized screen that can be folded up to fit

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This is why Tesla Uses Lyft Instead of Ambulances to Send Workers to the Hospital

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At the on-site medical clinic that serves some 10,000 Tesla factory employees, medical staff cannot call 911 without permission, according to a report by Reveal, a publication the nonprofit Center for Investigative Reporting. Instead of calling for an ambulance, Tesla medical clinic staff would order a

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From Android 1.0 to Android 9.0, here’s how Google’s OS evolved over a decade

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The smartphone has come a long way since the first iPhone launched in 2007. While Apple’s iOS is arguably the world’s first smartphone operating system, Google’s Android is by far the most popular. Android has evolved significantly since its inception, first being released on an

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