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Tactile Picture Books Project uses 3D printing to make picture books for blind kids

Now, the latest application of 3D printing technology may be the most heartwarming. The Tactile Picture Books Project is creating children's books for a very special demographic: the blind.

Google’s driverless cars are going to London

Google's self-driving cars are crossing the Atlantic. According to reports from the Guardian, transport officials in London are in "active discussions" with Google to make the British capital one of the trial cities.

Google will begin showing anti-ISIS ads to counter terrorism

Not all weapons have a trigger, and that doesn't make them any less effective. No, I'm not talking about bombs, but rather about Google's new strategy to use its highly targeted advertising system in the battle against ISIS.
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Wilson shows off its new smart football, the Wilson X

The 21st century has done a major number on sporting equipment, and now, just in time for the Super Bowl, Wilson has unveiled its new smart football. Because yes, even your football needs to be smart now.

This is why feel-good ads dominate the Super Bowl

Super Bowl 50 is set to be one of the most-watched TV events in U.S. history, and one of its biggest attractions will be its commercials. But what makes a Super Bowl ad work? And why are serious ads so rare? We ask the experts.

5 songs you need to stream this week: Anderson .Paak, Twin Peaks, and more

Not sure what new music to listen to? We'll let you know what new tracks and albums dropping this week are worthy of your attention. Up this week: Anderson .Paak, Twin Peaks, and more.
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Just For The Tech Of It: Drone-snatching eagles and carnivorous plants that count 4:55

This week on Just For The Tech Of It, host Drew Prindle tells us about drone killing police eagles, strange genetic studies, and carnivorous plants that can count to 20.

Far Cry Primal developers discuss what makes the game true to the series

Far Cry Primal may not look like the previous games in the series, but Ubisoft is adamant that it is still has Far Cry in its DNA due to its tendency to create water cooler moments.

BlackBerry lays off 200 employees in Canada and Florida

BlackBerry recently laid off about 200 employees in Canada in Florida as part of the its efforts to drive “efficiencies” across its workforce. The company clarified the figure after reports initially pegged the layoffs at around 1,000…

Stay warm and ready on your ski trips with this gear

A romp in the backcountry shouldn't leave you cold and hungry. Fortunately, this tech can help you stay warm and safe, even if you're only commuting to the office.
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Samsung patents vein identification sensor on smartwatches to trigger payments, playlists

Fingerprints, heartbeats and veins -- they can all be used to identify who you are. While the latter is far from new, it may be on the cusp of mainstream adoption, if Samsung’s recent patent ever comes to fruition.