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TFOT 2013 Round-Up: Year in Review

TFOT 2013 Round-Up: Year in Review

Although some tech enthusiasts considered 2013 to be a “blah” year for technology, we have found that it was a year that drastically improved existing technologies while laying the groundwork for even better ones to emerge in the future. While ...

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CES 2014: Watch List

CES 2014: Watch List

As every tech junkie knows, the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show is right around the corner and the rumors about what will be unveiled there are reaching a fever pitch. Some of the most buzz is around companies Samsung, Sony, and, ...

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TFOT Site of the week: Space.com

TFOT Site of the week: Space.com

While Space.com is a part of the larger brand Tech Media Network, it seems a universe apart. Not only is the content very informative, it is also presented in a way that is very easy on the eyes. Space.com covers ...

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Massive Underground: Flood Prevention Technology

Massive Underground: Flood Prevention Technology

One of the most devastating effects of global warming in the world are the appearance of extreme weather conditions such as powerful typhoons, monsoon rains, hurricanes and tropical cyclones that wreak havoc on the world’s cities and other low lying ...

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Next Gen WIFI First Products Reach the Market

Next Gen WIFI First Products Reach the Market

Buffalo Technology – WZR-D1800H – one of the two 802.11ac rist routers A new WIFI standard known as IEEE 802.11ac has just seen its first supporting commercial products reach the market. Both Netgear and Buffalo Technology released wireless routers supporting ...

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NASA eClips

NASA eClips

The National Aeronautics and Space Agency is posting a variety of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) educational videos freely available for use in the classroom or home environment. Called “NASA eClips,” the program provides short videos for different age ...

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2008 In Technology

2008 was a year packed with new technologies, innovations and discoveries – from a new billion-color display to advanced electric cars making their first appearance on the market. In this summary, we have gathered some of the most unique stories ...

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60X Faster Internet

Scientists at the University of Sydney have developed a switch that would allow the internet to become 60 times faster than current networks. Taking four years to complete, the switch is created using a small scratch on a piece of ...

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New Green Plug Universal Adapters

New Green Plug Universal Adapters

The California based Company Green Plug has developed a single universal adapter that enables users to power their laptops, cell phones, and other electronic gear with only one power adapter. This technology could help the environment by eliminating the need ...

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