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Economy slowdown not to deter China's efforts on anti-pollution

China has decided to implement its stringent anti-pollution efforts despite slowing down of economy. China is propelling up economy growth without compromising on environment protection.

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Ford Revealed Its Advanced Police Cars Doors, The First to Halt Powerful Rifles Attack

Ford introduced a new technology that makes its police cars doors able to hold powerful rifles strikes. It was the first police cars doors to be passed by the Justice Department to provide level IV protection.

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Dell India Launches The World’s Smallest Laptop in the Dell Latitude Series

Dell India announced to launch the world's smallest laptop in the business-class, the Dell Latitude 13 (7370). The product offers new advanced technologies for business users who travels often, with improved battery performance and security features.

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Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Transportation System Will be Operating by 2020

Hyperloop, a high-tech futuristic transportation system initiated by Elon Musk, is now in progress with the help of crowdsourced teams formed after Musk open-sourced its blueprint. The technology will be tested this summer at SpaceX headquarters and is expected to be operating by 2020.

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Chinese Venture Capital Firm Pando Group is Investing $2 Million in Israeli Fintech Hub The Floor

Israeli fintech hub initiative is receiving $2 million investments from Chinese venture capital firm Pando Group. The partnership is expected to build the bridge between Israel companies and the Asian markets.

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Alphabet's Eric Schmidt Recruited by the Pentagon to Lead a Special Defense Board

Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt has been appointed by the Pentagon to lead a special defense board. He will personally advise the agency on emerging tech brought familiar to him in Silicon Valley. Pentagon is reaching out to Silicon Valley as well as hackers to help improve the bureaucracy’s digital security.

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Department of Energy's ARPA-E Program Announced a Total of $1.3 Billion in Grants in Five Years

During five years, the Department of Energy’s ARPA-E program has invested in hundreds of projects for a total of $1.3 billion. The agency is still pushing forward to improve its funding system to help more projects commercialize its technologies.

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Google Autonomous Vehicle Involved in a Car Accident, The Company Aims to Refine Its Software

A Google’s autonomous vehicle was involved in an accident with a public transit bus last month. That was the first accident ever caused by the vehicle’s software, leading Google to state its responsibility as the company aims to refine the car’s software.

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SpaceX Aborted Its Third Attempt to Launch Falcon 9 Rocket Due to Technical Difficulties After a Delay

SpaceX aborts its third attempt to launch its Falcon 9 rocket, which is designed to land its booster on a platform, making spaceflight more affordable. The abrupt scrub, just seconds before the liftoff, was due to an unexpected delay that caused the fuel to fail.

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Ford Announced Plan to Triple Investment on Semi-Automous Driving Technologies Leading Up To Driverless Cars

Ford announced that the company will devote more resources to develop semi-autonomous driving technologies, as they aim to invest triple the amount of investment in the technologies. Some of Ford's cars already have some semi-autonomous technology in them, as with the updated version of Ford Kuga unveiled along with the announcement.

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Fenwick & West Survey Finds Valuations in Silicon Valley Weakening

The latest quarterly survey of Fenwick & West LLP found most Silicon Valley companies that raised venture funding in the fourth quarter of 2015 softened.

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China Military is Closing Tech Gap With the US

Recent statements and reports acknowledged that China is closing its technology gap with the United States, especially in air forces. Chinese governments have been using resources to support modernization on the military. However, the pilots' ability between the two countries is still facing a huge gap due to experience and training program.

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Scientists Developed a 5D Data Storage That Could Preserve Human History for Billion of Years

A team of scientists from the University of Southampton's Optoelectronics Research Center (ORC) developed a technology that could store documents and information of the human history for billion of years. The data could survive extreme conditions and when retrieved the data could show five-dimensional information.

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Apple Sponsors 2016 Met Gala, Making Its Name In The Fashion World

Apple is sponsoring one of fashion’s biggest and most prestigious event, the Met Gala. This year’s exhibition will feature works that highlight the dynamics of human craftsmanship and technology in creating high-end fashion. Apple will also be involved in the exhibition’s music department using its Apple Music.

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Swiss Researchers Developed a Software That Could Enable Drones to Search for Lost Hikers

Switzerland receives about 1000 emergency calls from hikers every year. In order to create a technology that could give a faster response and search more effectively for lost or injured hikers, a group of researchers developed a software with a combination of Artificial Intelligence. The software enable drones to autonomously navigate forest areas and direct themselves to hiking trails.

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