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A 22 Year-Old CEO Can Affect The Safety Of Your Next Uber Ride

Decades ago, wondrous technology could only be foreseen in television and movies as filmmakers implanted ideas into people’s heads of what the future would look like. People have been fantasizing over space battleships, flying cars, automated human-like robots, holograms, augmented and virtual reality, self-driving vehicles,

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TikTok Is Your Free Secret Weapon To Increase Market Reach

With the rising popularity of streaming services among teens, it seems the days of traditional television commercials may be ending. Thankfully, for marketers, the omnipresence of social media still guarantees a way to reach younger demographics. TikTok is a new app that is dominating the

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Siri The Spy, Why You Should Cancel Your iPhone

iPhones are known to have security issues, as has been discussed prior to the Siri release. Siri, as a robotic listening application, started out as a flawed program to begin with. For Apple to better learn how to use adaptive technology, they developed devices that would become

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How Fire Blanket Technology Can Save The Amazon

Even as the fires in the Amazon captivate the world, Bolivia is now reported to be burning at almost the same extreme level. At the time this article was written, there are currently 1,607 active wildfires in the U.S. alone. The majority of these are

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The Ideal Smartphone To Get Things Done

In 2007, Apple made a decision that set in motion a series of events that have shaped the smartphone industry for over a decade. That decision was to use a soft keyboard rather than a physical keyboard on the first-generation iPhone. And to this date,

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Zima Media Will Pay You To Work From Home

When Michael Zima and his wife experienced yet another brutal Chicago winter three years ago, they had only one thing on their mind. Get out. Their decision to move led to a fresh life abroad, a new business partnership for Michael, and an unconventional way

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A Forgotten Billionaire: Marc Andreessen & Netscape

I’m not sure if the average earthling has given a thought about Netscape since the late 1990s. Yet, through this inevitably inadequate web browser, co-founder Marc Andreessen accumulated a sizable chunk of his 1.4 billion dollar fortune. Both Netscape and this unknown fellow managed to

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Richard Browning, The Man Defying Gravity

One could say the link between our world’s science and technological advancements trace back to Sir Isaac Newton, and his discovery of gravity which led to his Three Laws of Motion. It’s safe to say if it weren’t for Newton and his Laws, we would

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The Hands-On Future That Could End Alzheimer’s

As we grow older, we try to preserve the exciting, precious and irreplaceable memories, either via Instagram, Facebook, or the long unappreciated form, print. We do this because we never want to forget. The future is arbitrary; we must be cognizant that nothing will last.

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Why Chicago is the Next Digital Behemoth

  When it comes to rising above adversity, Chicago is a city with a history like no other. What began in the 19th century, in the midst of a booming economy, is a spark for innovation that still energizes industries today. We’re taking a look