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Amazon begins selling devices and appliances that order their own supplies

Amazon on Tuesday activated its Dash Replenishment Service, a system that allows compatible smart devices around the home to reorder supplies so you don't have to. That's right, you'll be ordering stuff without even knowing about it.
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The Prepd Pack lunchbox will do everything but make your lunch 2:46

It's time to start eating healthier at lunch. The Prepd Pack is the lunchbox re-imagined with its removable modular containers, magnetic cutlery, and a companion app for all your meal planning.
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North Korea has (allegedly) engineered the world’s first hangover-free alcohol

From discovering a long lost unicorn lair to developing the cure for AIDS, North Korea adds to its long list of (questionable) accomplishments by announcing it's created hangover-free alcohol.
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Bye bye Wi-Fi: iOS code hints Apple may switch to super fast Li-Fi on future iPhones

Who wants faster data? Well, say hello to Li-Fi. It uses LEDs instead of radio frequencies to transmit data. It's up to 100 times faster than Wi-Fi, and it could be coming to future iPhones.
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Print selfies onto your next coffee shop latte with the Ripple Maker app 1:49

The new Ripple Maker app lets you turn photos and messages into fully customizable latte art. The Ripple Maker machine can print any image in a Coffee Scale version into the foam of your latte or cappuccino.
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Print, Puff, Pass: This Washington-based startup uses 3D printing to make glass bongs

PrintABowl has released a limited edition set of 3D printed water bongs that are both beautiful and fully functional. The company is based in Washington, where recreational marijuana use was legalized in 2012.
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The FDA wants medical device manufacturers to be proactive about cybersecurity

To address the potential dangers of connected medical devices, the FDA has recently released a draft guidance aimed at helping medical device manufacturers keep their patients safe and the public health protected.
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British astronaut Tim Peake demonstrates how to make coffee in space

It's the little luxuries like coffee that are perhaps the hardest to come by when you're living large in the International Space Station, but in a new video British astronaut Tim Peake shows us how they make do.
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Elliptic Labs wants to replace the proximity sensor on your phone with ultrasound 1:42

Elliptic Labs unveiled its Beauty ultrasound proximity sensor technology that will let you control your phone via hand gestures, without the need for optical proximity sensors found in most smartphones today.
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Adidas unveils eye-catching laceless soccer shoe for better ball control

If you can put the dazzling color to one side for a moment, then these new laceless soccer shoes from Adidas are sure to impress. The company says it designed the shoes for players keen for a clean, more accurate strike of the ball.
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Toshiba’s robot arms called in to help with hazardous Fukushima clean-up

A variety of robots have so far helped out inside the debris-strewn and radiation-filled reactor buildings of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant. The latest, from Toshiba, is a giant, remotely operated three-armed crane designed…
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Robots expected to replace some five million jobs by 2020

A "Fourth Industrial Revolution," characterized by unprecedented "developments in genetics, artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing, and biotechnology," may soon be upon us, replacing five million jobs by 2020.