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MIT’s Color-Changing Tattoos Are Perfect for Diabetics

Cool tat, man: Researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School have developed color-changing tattoo ink that responds to variations in bodily fluid. Dermal Abyss is a proof-of-concept that turns the body’s surface into […] The post MIT’s Color-Changing Tattoos Are

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You Could Have Robotic Furniture for the Low Price of $10,000

I dunno about you, but I’m really fascinated by home automation. Yeah, it’s a little creepy, having parts of your life more or less managed by machines or computers, but honestly? It’s just […] The post You Could Have Robotic

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7 Things We Learned From the Mr. Robot Cast

It was Mr. Robot night at the Metrograph Theater talking season two and what’s to come for the USA cyber thriller. The post 7 Things We Learned From the Mr. Robot Cast appeared first on Geek.com. Go to Source

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How To Install BSD’s Lumina On Linux

Move over KDE and Gnome, there’s a new desktop environment on the block, and it’s built with the BSD platform in mind. Lumina is it’s name, and it has a lot of unique features that Linux users should take note

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New Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer Shows Off His Cool New Suit

Spider-Man: Homecoming draws ever closer, which means there’s been no end of new trailers and TV spots. Most of them show us the same set pieces and plot points we’ve seen in every […] The post New Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer

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How To Defragment A Hard Drive On Linux

There are a lot of misconceptions out there about file systems and operating systems. The most perpetuated misconception is that only Windows hard drives on the NTFS file system can ever get fragmented. This is a myth. Fragmentation isn’t a

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Game of the Year: Magikarp Jump

Just keep jumping. The post Game of the Year: Magikarp Jump appeared first on Geek.com. Go to Source

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How To Stream Videos To Chromecast On Linux Via The Command Line

Most people wouldn’t be surprised if they found out that Google’s $35 Chromecast dongle is the best selling media streaming device of all time. It’s true, and for good reason. For a very low amount of money, users can “cast”

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How To Run Android Apps On Linux

There are lots of ways to run Android apps on computers. This is because as Android grows, PC users are learning that there are many desktop-grade apps on Android out there that would be perfect for the desktop. This is

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Cell Phone Privacy Will Soon Get Its Day in Court

The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to hear a case about whether police can obtain your phone’s location data without probable cause. This is going to be a huge decision […] The post Cell Phone Privacy Will

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How To Access Microsoft OneDrive On Linux

Have you ever wanted to access your Microsoft OneDrive on Linux? If you’re waiting around for Microsoft to make a killer sync client for the Linux platform, don’t hold your breath. They’re not interested in in the Linux platform. Instead,

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Wreak Some Havoc With This Harley Quinn Gift Guide

Everyone’s favorite Suicide Squad character, Injustice 2 fighter, and Batman villainess of all time, Harley Quinn, is ridiculously popular. She’s everywhere. She even has her own comic book series, which she didn’t even […] The post Wreak Some Havoc With

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You Can’t Marry Your Laptop in Utah

Some people spend so much time with their laptop, they may as well be married to it. Just don’t try to perform the ceremony in Utah. The state’s Attorney General’s Office this week […] The post You Can’t Marry Your

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Swiss Plant Sucks CO2 Out out of Air to Repackage, Sell

One man’s waste is another man’s product: A Swiss carbon capture plant has started sucking CO2 out of the air to repackage and sell. Carbon dioxide, according to plant manager Climeworks, is a […] The post Swiss Plant Sucks CO2

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Overwatch Celebrates its One-Year Anniversary With New Moon Map

It has been a year since the launch of Overwatch. The massively popular online shooter has done a great job of keeping people’s attention by constantly delivering new content. For the one-year anniversary, […] The post Overwatch Celebrates its One-Year

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Gamergaters, Here’s Your Chance to Prove You’re Not Easily Triggered Snowflakes

I’m @AggroWill on Twitter. Putting this at the top both for feedback and as a kind of social experiment. So, Far Cry 5 will be set in rural Montana and be about a […] The post Gamergaters, Here’s Your Chance

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How To Automatically Sync Files Between Linux Computers With Syncthing

Part of the benefit of using cloud storage is the ability to have files in sync no matter what computer you’re on. The trouble is, this convenience comes at a cost. To transfer a large amount of data, plans usually

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How to Secure A Linux Installation: The Basics

Linux is often touted as being the most “secure” operating system out of the big three. When it comes to Windows and Mac OS, Linux has the best security, they say. For the most part this is true, but not

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TSA Preps for Insane New Travel Restrictions

Traveling via plane sucks. Part of that is the security. It’s degrading and awful and about to get a lot worse. The TSA has been testing out some new regulations in a few […] The post TSA Preps for Insane

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How To Set Up Your Own Cloud Storage On Linux With Next cloud

Cloud storage is pretty popular these days. Unfortunately, it can get pretty expensive. Services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, etc., have users spending money every month just to store files. A great alternative is to host your own cloud storage solution.

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