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Ford kicks off tour focused on smart mobile technology

THE DOW GAINED 369 AND THE NASDAQ CLIMBED 115. THE S&P WAS UP 47. FORD KICKS OFF ITS NATIONAL TOUR CENTERED AROUND SMART MOBILITY TECHNOLOGY FOR THE FIRST TIME HERE IN LOUISVILLE. COLIN MAYFIELD SHOWS US HOW THE AUTOMAKER IS MAKING IT EASIER THAN EVER TO GET BEHIND THE WHEEL. …

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The Huawei Mate X is an untouchable foldable

– Hey guys, we’re here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and we’ve just taken a look at Huawei’s Mate X. Its first foldable phone, a competitor to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, and it’s one of the most exciting devices we’re gonna see this show. I do say see, because none …

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The new Sony Xperia lineup is really tall

– So this is the Xperia 1. This is an iPhone 10. Look how much taller this is, it’s insane. (upbeat techno music) Hey it’s Chaim with The Verge, and we’re here with Sony’s new phones they’re announcing at MWC 2019, and this year, Sony’s going tall. (upbeat techno music) …

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Aff Posts Review – Affiliate Marketing News

Hey guys, how’s it going? Zac Johnson here! today I’m going to show you affposts.com it’s basically a newspaper type of website for all the affiliate marketing blogs out there. the site was created by luke kling from his blog at LukePeerFly.com So back to AffPosts.com, it’s pretty cool and …

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The Randomness Problem: How Lava Lamps Protect the Internet

SciShow is supported by Brilliant.org. Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to get 20% off of an annual Premium subscription. You jog onto the field for another NFL football game or at least your team’s video game avatars do, which, I mean, let’s face it, is about as close as you’ll get. The …

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Top Risks 2018: Risk 3 – Global Tech Cold War

Risk number three is the global tech Cold War. What we have is the most important global sector being an object of great contention between the world’s two most important economies – U.S. and China. It’s a fight over big data. It’s a fight over information. And it’s a fight …

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The Quantum Theory that Connects the Entire Universe

Thanks to Brilliant for sponsoring SciShow. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: quantum mechanics is weird. It also hard to make videos about, but we’re doing it! It’s the physics of the super-tiny, and it’s built around the idea that energy isn’t a smooth spectrum — it …

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KIDS REACT TO VCR/VHS

(children) Kids react to technology! This episode: VCRs! (Finebros) Okay, so in this episode, – you’re not gonna be reacting to a video. – Oh, okay. Oh no. Uh-oh, oh no. (Finebros) Instead, you are reacting to this. What the heck is that thing? What is this? Oh, it’s heavy. …

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Why Scientists Used Graphene Nanoribbons to Engineer Bionic Mushrooms

Imagine the world…powered by mushrooms. No, I’m not on drugs, this is an actual scientific thing–we’ve now invented mushrooms that produce electricity, no fossil fuels required. Let me explain: researchers at the Stevens Institute of Technology just created what they’re calling a bionic mushroom—a fungus they’ve modified to produce electricity! …

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How the blockchain will radically transform the economy | Bettina Warburg

Economists have been exploring people’s behavior for hundreds of years: how we make decisions, how we act individually and in groups, how we exchange value. They’ve studied the institutions that facilitate our trade, like legal systems, corporations, marketplaces. But there is a new, technological institution that will fundamentally change how …

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Stadia : Everything You Need to Know!

Google just unveiled stadia their online gaming platform that allows you to access games instantly over the Internet but it’s so much more what’s up guys I’m snows and this is your boot sequence let’s get started with the important bits stadia will launch this year in the US UK …

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These tools can protect your online privacy

– You know how that one ad follows you everywhere around the internet? Those ads are incredibly annoying and they’re kind of a perpetual reminder that you’re not anonymous online. No matter where you go, someone knows what you’ve been up to. Maybe you looked at a sneaker on your …

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