Microsoft HoloLens: A Close Look at the Hardware


Microsoft HoloLens is made up of specialized components that together enable holographic computing. Get a closer look at the hardware and systems that will enable you to move freely and interact with holograms. Learn more about Microsoft HoloLens at http://www.microsoft.com/HoloLens

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Jake Dyson Lighting


“Other designers have made half-hearted attempts to cool LEDs. But it’s not enough. Their lights are built to fail and they don’t seem to mind. We mind. So we’ve invented the first light that cools LEDs properly. As a result, it lasts for 37 years” – Jake Dyson. More info here

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Never Stop Moving. Never Settle


A wonderful inspirational video from OnePlus! One of my favourite Chinese mobile companies out there!

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Better Starts Here


Apple’s commitment to the environment starts from the ground up. “We strive to create not only the best products in the world, but the best products for the world. And over the past year, we’ve made significant progress through projects that focus on renewable energy and forest preservation. Learn how we are leaving the world better than we found it”

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Project Loon: Scaling Up


Since launching a handful of balloons in New Zealand at the Project launch in 2013 they have flown millions of test kilometers around the world trying to learn what it will take to provide connectivity to everyone, anywhere, with balloons. In this video, Project Lead Mike Cassidy talks us through the progress the team has made towards creating and managing a balloon network at scale and making balloon-powered Internet for all a reality.

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The Dawn of Killer Robots


Motherboard gains exclusive access to a small fleet of US Army bomb disposal robots—the same platforms the military has weaponized—and to a pair of DARPA’s six-foot-tall bipedal humanoid robots. They meet Nobel Peace Prize winner Jody Williams, renowned physicist Max Tegmark, and others who grapple with the specter of artificial intelligence, killer robots, and a technological precedent forged in the atomic age. It’s a story about the evolving relationship between humans and robots, and what AI in machines bodes for the future of war and the human race.

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