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We’re just a few years away from flying Ubers and this tower is already prepping

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The Paramount Miami Worldcenter is a 60-story condo tower that will soon accommodate flying air taxis on their roof. The roof has a 5,000-foot landing ‘skyport’ and a sky lobby for passengers. This could become a reality as soon as 2023. Read more…

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Tesla Model 3 assembly line shut down for the second time this year

Production of Tesla’s Model 3 has been a hot topic lately. From missing production goals to Elon Musk taking control of the process himself, whether or not Tesla can eventually scale to meet its own production goals has been given a lot of focus. Today, however, we’re learning that Model 3 production has suddenly been halted, albeit temporarily. BuzzFeed News … Continue reading

Source: https://www.slashgear.com/tesla-model-3-assembly-line-shut-down-for-the-second-time-this-year-17527612/

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Android’s trust problem isn’t getting better

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12 futuristic technologies that could become reality in 2018

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In the last year, the business and consumer markets alike have seen the release of advanced technologies that were once considered the stuff of science fiction. Smart gadgets that control every facet of your home, self-driving vehicles, facial and biometric identification systems and more have begun to emerge, giving us a glimpse of the high-tech reality we’re moving towards. To find out which futuristic technologies are on the horizon, we asked a panel of YEC members the following question: In 2017, we saw futuristic tech ideas become reality, from facial recognition applications to Elon Musk’s SpaceX reusable rockets. What futuristic technology might…

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Facebook users aren’t changing their privacy settings, despite uproar

zuck301-ed.jpgSince the Cambridge Analytica fallout, there have been demands for change, hearings and even a #DeleteFacebook campaign. But it turns out all of that hasn’t really translated into any meaningful shift in Facebook users’ behavior. The Wall Street Jour…

Source: https://www.engadget.com/2018/04/13/facebook-users-aren-t-changing-privacy-settings/

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Google loses ‘right to be forgotten’ case over man’s past conviction

goog-ed.jpgGoogle has usually been reluctant to honor European Union “right to be forgotten” requests when people are trying to hide past convictions, but it may have to change its stance going forward. A UK judge has ruled that Google must honor a request to e…

Source: https://www.engadget.com/2018/04/13/google-loses-key-right-to-be-forgotten-case/

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What The Simpsons can teach you about the art of shitposting

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A scene from a 1996 episode of The Simpsons recently spawned a fresh clutch of memes across the web, shedding light on a very specific – and, for the average web user, peculiar and dubiously-named – form of online fan activity: shitposting. Like other Internet memes, shitposting involves users remixing and remaking snippets of popular culture – in this case, the “steamed hams” skit between Superintendent Chalmers and Principal Skinner – to create an original take. One user created a version auto-tuned to the 1999 song “All Star” by Smashmouth – a tune with a memetic following of its own.…

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