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9 Hottest Tech Trends in 1776

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A little more than 242 years ago, our forefathers used the best technology available to inspire colonial proto-Americans to revolt against King George. At that time, the "best" technology available was the printing press and the "best" social network required the use of "word of mouth" in Public Houses. Grog was the lubricant that facilitated this communication and the rest, as they say, is history.

Shelly Palmer on Fox 5

Tech Gifts for Dads & Grads

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Shelly Palmer shows off some great gifts for dads and grads on Good Day Wake Up with Sukanya Krishan and Jennifer Lahmers. Amazon Echo Plus, Blast, Nintendo Labo and more. Original Airdate: May 15, 2018

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Sing What You Mean

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You wrote an explanatory email, you sent a PowerPoint deck, you crafted a white paper, you created an infographic, you made a video, and with all that, people in the meeting still had questions. It’s because you didn’t sing what you meant.

Ahmed Mohamed

Could You Tell a Clock from a Bomb?

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A homemade digital clock and a homemade bomb might share several component parts. Both devices might include a timing circuit, a display, a power supply, some switches, a radio (WiFi, Bluetooth or RF), a bunch of wires and some kind of housing or case. There are, however, some nontrivial differences. As a rule, homemade digital clocks do not contain detonators or explosives. That said, a time bomb needs a timer, and a homemade digital clock would do that job nicely. So could you tell the difference between the two devices? Could you tell a clock from a bomb?