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Killed Over $2

By: Bryan A 28-year-old Kansas man was shot and killed by police officers on Dec. 28 after someone falsely reported a hostage situation ongoing at his home. The practice of falsely reporting a dangerous situation at a different address is known as …

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New Dangerous Alexa Feature

Some people are already paranoid that their Alexa machines are invading privacy and are easily hackable. Just wait until they hear that Amazon introduced a new addition to Alexa that allow them to have access to your oven and microwave. In an …

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North Korea Doing North Korea Things

By: Dan North Korea loves to conduct its missile tests, and on April 28, 2017, it went even worse than usual. Instead of falling into the ocean as many of their missiles do, the missile veered off course and hit the North …

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Overwhelming Power

In the tech column, you may notice several articles about cars that I think are interesting or look nice. However, there are just so many unobtainable, ridiculously overpowered supercars coming out that they’re starting to lose a bit of their luster.   …

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Creation

By: Bryan The rise of 3D printing over the past couple years has lead to many different creative ways of creation. For example, cheap 3D printed houses are already being conceptualized. But the ultimate dream is that one day, we would be …

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New Smartphone Processors

With humanity’s quest for artificial intelligence, we’ve started to put semblances of it into many things, including our phones. The iPhone X has a “Neural Engine” in its new processing chip, and the Pixel 2 has an AI imaging chip. But what …

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Voyager 1 Still Going!

By: Dan The Voyager 1 is an extremely old space probe, created to explore the outer solar system. It was the first manmade craft to ever leave the solar system and it’s been out there for more than 40 years. It is …

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Tesla’s Goodwill

By: Dan Puerto Rico is still struggling after being ravaged by hurricanes. 3.4 million of its inhabitants still have no power, and our president’s only help has been throwing paper towel rolls into a crowd and complaining. On the other hand, Elon …

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VR vs AR

By: David Zhang   Virtual Reality was an innovation that surprised the world. Recently, there have been debates on whether augmented reality or virtual reality is better. Tim Cook believes that “augmented reality can help amplify the human connection.” He has also …

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Hydrogen Fueled Trucks

By: Bryan The world is finally looking for more sustainable forms of energy and looking to use fewer fossil fuels. One especially exciting concept in the race for clean energy was hydrogen-powered cars. The idea has been tinkered with before, and it …

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