CNET Video
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What if a store could tell if a product made you happy or sad? Bridget Carey explores new technology that may be coming soon to a retailer near you, including a machine that can knit a custom sweater in under an hour.
Ruptly TV
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Security needs freedom, so as not to succumb to repression. Therefore we should make our demands on the state clear, and not at all pretend to be able to combat an uncalculating enemy with simple means." SOT, Dr Norbert Lammert, President of German Bundestag (German): "We are not fighting Islam but, rather, fanaticism: not religion but, rather, fundamentalism, which is no different for terror in our own country as for the attacks in our European neighbouring states. Where Islamist ideology has spread, we have worked to fight it with all available, legal means." Video ID: 20170119 017 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Daily Mail - USA
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Ayse Ayaz, 43, collapsed to the floor after being hit by one of the vehicle's mirrors, and got caught under the front right wheel in New York.
BoingBoing
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In this video for Mic , former Congressman Steve Israel explains the best way to get your representativesattention. Calling is good, but talking to them in person is better.
BoingBoing
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BoingBoing
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Boing Boing previously posted about YouTube user William Forsche , who had the forethought to bring a tape recorder to the movie theater back when he was a kid in order to capture the audience’s reaction to the original Star Wars . Well, YouTuber user Homer Thompson took that raw audio and put it alongside the visuals from the Star Wars climax, which provides a much better sense of what the audience is responding to. Han’s appearance gets the most applause, although the audience is pretty jazzed about the Death Star’s destruction too. The whole thing is a reminder of just how mindblowing the original Star Wars was when it first came out.
The Guardian - Network Front
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With climate sceptics moving into the White House, the Guardian is spending 24 hours focusing on climate change – and what we can all do to help save the planet Our partner, Univision News, is hosting a parallel event in Spanish today. Follow it here 12.31pm GMT Of course, science is a vital part of our understanding of climate change, and down at the bottom of the earth, the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) are conducting a range of experiments and observations to keep tabs on any changes in conditions. The BAS collaborated with us to get exclusive video back from the Antarctic, and my colleague Irene Baqué put together this short package to show what’s going on. 12.24pm GMT While flood defences are often criticised and the government is regularly accused of failing to account sufficiently for how much climate change is making it worse, the UK’s Thames barrier has been a real, unsung success story. Built in eight years, its six gates have never failed to protect London. Continue reading...
Ruptly TV
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Anis Amri was amongst them. However, that does not mean that the police can arrest someone under the suspicion that this person is considered to be capable of committing an attack. In Germany and in Europe we cannot put people in prison under the simple suspicion of commiting a crime. The fundamental principle is that people have to commit a crime before being convicted and put behind bars." Video ID: 20170119 015 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Mashable
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Sheerness Times
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Times of Israel
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Techradar
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$2.99/2.49/AU$4.99 One of the Apple Watch's most impressive features is the remote camera option, which enables you to use the Watch's display as a viewfinder and shutter button for your iPhone. It's as useful for looking in awkward places as it is for snapping selfies, but that usefulness only applies if you stick with the default Camera app - or if you use a Camera replacement such as ProCamera , which has its own remote shutter app for the Apple Watch. The ProCamera Watch app offers more options than the standard Apple one, with easy selection of photo, lowlight mode, HDR or video and the option to set a timer too. But the real draw here is the main iPhone app, which offers a range of image formats, RAW and UHD shooting, filters and effects and easy social media sharing. Some of its best features require in-app purchases - Lowlight Plus and vividHDR are $2.
PC Pro
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Video of Glass City Of The Future (1959) Turn the page to 2017, and architecture student Saúl Ajuria Fernández has come up with an idea for an Urban Droneport. Imagined in an area of Milan described as a “disused urban vacuum”, the building acts as a central hub for drones in the area. It pictures a near future where drone deliveries have become commonplace, and where a new type of civic infrastructure is needed to manage a multitude of flight paths forking above the heads of city-dwellers. Motopia was borne out of the New Towns Act of 1946, when powers were handed to government to designate land for new development. While the latter 1940s saw more than a dozen towns created, largely to deal with the shifting populations caused by bombed-out cities, by the 1960s attention had turned to how new urban centres could do more – not simply accommodate people, but change the way they lived around increasingly dominant technologies.
Phys.Org
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When it comes to video game advertising, marketers may be better off owning the game rather than advertising in the game, but a team of researchers say there are still other opportunities to effectively place ads in this growing advertising space.
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: Westworld, HBO) Netflix has gleefully poked a stick at its competitors in the video streaming market, after revealing it had added more than seven million subscribers to its service in the last three months of 2016. HBO also got a special mention. In a letter to shareholders, the company's boss Reed Hastings teased the TV drama maker by noting that, if the BBC was willing to stream shows before they air on television , then maybe HBO—which has rigidly stuck to its strategy of eking out episodes to viewers—should do the same. He said: the BBC has become the first major linear network to announce plans to go binge-first with new seasons, favouring Internet over linear viewers. We presume HBO is not far behind the BBC. In short, it’s becoming an Internet TV world, which presents both challenges and opportunities for Netflix as we strive to earn screen time.
Information Age
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Hackaday
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0 Alfie edition , which can be found on Thingiverse with full sizing instructions for adjusting to the recipient in Customizer. As the video below the break shows, [Marla] appears very pleased with it, and is soon mastering its ability to grip objects. This story is a fantastic demonstration of the ability of a hackspace to be a force for good, a true community organisation. We applaud [Andrew], NADHack, and all involved with it for their work, and hope that 3D printed arms will keep [Marla] with a constant supply of comfortable and affordable prosthetics as she grows up. Prosthetic hands from the maker community have featured here before, and last summer we published a look at this expanding field . Filed under: Medical hacks
Lancashire Telegraph
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A DAD who was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder two years ago has just released his first music video.
Daily Mail - Food
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Ruptly TV
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InfoWars
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Times of Israel
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MacRumors
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