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FAA is worried over 1 million drones to be sold this Christmas

The Federal Aviation Administration estimated around 1 million drones will be sold for Christmas this year. And it worries national authorities that it might cause accidents as many of them do not have the proper training to operate UAVs.

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Peter Koo

Netflix is now available for Oculus, Hulu coming soon

Oculus just announced another exciting news to its users during the Oculus Connect conference in Hollywood. As users are eagerly waiting for the next Oculus rift to hit the market next year, the team announced that they are working with Netflix and Hulu to bring the network shows on virtual reality. Users can now bid goodbye to the day of holding their laptop as they are lying down on their bed watching "House of Cards" or "Orange is the New Black".

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3D printed replica of a dinosaur

Best Ways to Make Your Kid's Imagination Come to Life Through 3D Printing

A few years back, 3D printing was fast becoming an alternative option for a more convenient and efficient manufacturing process. Now, the global 3D printing market is already expected to increase to $20.2 billion come 2019. This is based on the 44% annual growth from 2014. One of its emerging common uses is among kids' products.

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Jan Gurander

Volvo is developing Project ROAR; a robot that would collect your trash

Volvo Group, along with three tech universities, had come up with an automated robot that would discreetly enter the garage and collect the trash. The project was named ROAR.

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Lindsey Wixson

Modoll Project introduces Lindsey Wixson in its first 3D-printed supermodel doll

New York photographers, Santiago and Mauricio, collaborate with AY Collective, the Society Management and Fauxgraph 3D technology to come up with a 3D-printed doll version of the American supermodel Lindsey Wixson.

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Google Glass

Google is revamping the Glass as Project Aura

Google Glass, also known as Project Glass, changed its name to Project Aura. Google started developing the project in June and aims to include advanced technology like Soli and Cardboard. Google is working out on Project Aura. According to the Business Insider, the project started rolling out in June. Its focus is to revive the wearable device, Google Glass.

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Glen Keane

Disney animator draws characters in virtual reality through HTC Vive

Disney veteran animator Glen Keane shows how he creates virtual characters in a video sponsored by "The Future Of Storytelling" event in New York.

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Nest thermostat

Third Generation Nest Learning Thermostat comes with better WiFi connectivity; slimmer design, bigger display

Google announced that the third generation Learning Thermostat has recently updated its looks and features although it retains some characteristics from its first and second generation thermostats, such as automatically turning itself on when you get home.

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Automated fast food

The rise of Robo Advisors in wealth management

There are a growing number of automated advisory platforms, which allows investors to purchase investment products without human interaction. But is the world ready for the rise of "robo advisers?"

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Intel invested $60M to develop drones with Yuneec International

Intel Capital had invested $60M in China-based drone manufacturer Yuneec International Co. to produce drones that would help the industry in the future. The chipset company also invested on Airware and PrecisionHawk.

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3D printing

America Makes' $8M funding for commercialization of new technologies

With an objective of taking additive manufacturing (3-D printing) to further advance level, America Makes has drawn up plans to support research and development (R&D) with financial funding of up to $8 million.

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Google and Dell introduce enterprise-class Chromebook

Google is beefing up their Google for Work lineup once more with the introduction of another Chromebook variation, partnering this time with Dell.

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iRobot Corp.

iRobot's robotic lawn mower gets U.S. regulatory approval, brings grass cutting to new heights

It seems like yard work is headed to a greener pasture with the new free-wheeling automated lawn mower made by iRobot Corp Inc, which recently got regulatory approval Wednesday to manufacture and sell their new product.

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Pranshu Maheshwari

Prayas Analytics help retailers boost sales using in-store security camera

Prayas Analytics, a marketing metrics platform founded by two graduates from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, could provide you the key data to evaluate the market progress of your business.

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The Digitize Box, Shotbox Tabletop Photo Light Studio, Was Launched On Kickstarter

Aaron Johnson, a co-inventor of the Circuit Cutting Machine is launching Shotbox on Kickstarter. Shotbox is a handy tabletop photo studio that comes in the form of a box which lit its inside surface by the use of LED lights to achieve perfect shots with any type of cameras including smart phones and tablets.

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