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Who’s Paying for Assistive Technology? – U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report Who's Paying for Assistive Technology?U.S. News & World ReportThis tool helps him get information online, work on his projects and carry with his daily tasks as editor for AccessWorld, a magazine of the American Foundation of the Blind (AFB) that provides technology news for the blind and visually impaired. In […]

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Does cellphone-sweeping “StingRay” technology go too far? – CBS News

CBS News Does cellphone-sweeping "StingRay" technology go too far?CBS News"We will neither confirm nor deny the service use of (StingRay) technology," the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said in letter, citing a Freedom of Information Act exemption that "protects law enforcement records if their release would disclose …and more » technology – Google News

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Does cellphone-sweeping ‘StingRay’ technology go too far? – ABC News

Does cellphone-sweeping 'StingRay' technology go too far?ABC NewsNew York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and Las Vegas are among scores of police departments across the country quietly using a highly secretive technology developed for the military that can track the whereabouts of suspects by using the signals …and more » technology – Google News

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Sheriff: Wildfires point to usefulness of old technology – ABC News

Sheriff: Wildfires point to usefulness of old technologyABC NewsFailures of modern technology can cost "all connectivity to the world," Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman said at a news conference. When lives are at stake, "we need to notify people immediately that this is a real disaster, we need to get out of …and more » technology […]

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Inside a company creating mixed-reality technology – CBS News

CBS News Inside a company creating mixed-reality technologyCBS NewsIt sounds like science fiction, but a new tech company, Magic Leap, is about to make it all real with a new technology called "mixed-reality" — or MR for short. Wired Magazine senior staff writer Jessi Hempel got to sample MR technology at Magic Leap … technology […]

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Casino Testing New Technology to Curb Gambling Addiction – ABC News

Casino Testing New Technology to Curb Gambling AddictionABC NewsMassachusetts is preparing to roll out a first-in-the-nation slot machine feature meant to curb gambling addiction by letting patrons limit their betting. State regulators said Thursday that Plainridge Park in Plainville will pilot the new technology …and more » technology – Google News

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Ramapo: FBI raids target education technology spending – The Journal News | LoHud.com

The Journal News | LoHud.com Ramapo: FBI raids target education technology spendingThe Journal News | LoHud.comFBI agents and Rockland district attorney's office investigators fanned out across Ramapo on Wednesday with search warrants demanding that vendors provide records and account for equipment allegedly bought by religious schools with millions in federal …FBI makes technology fraud raidsNews 12 […]

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NASA Tests Crucial Heat Shield Technology for Future Mars Mission – ABC News

Headlines & Global News NASA Tests Crucial Heat Shield Technology for Future Mars MissionABC NewsNASA's solution for helping a manned mission to Mars return safely to Earth looks like a giant inflatable donut, and it will serve as a crucial piece of technology helping to slow down a spacecraft as it enters the Martian atmosphere. […]

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CES 2016: The Big Technology Trends to Look Out For This Year – ABC News

ABC News CES 2016: The Big Technology Trends to Look Out For This YearABC NewsThere's always something at CES, the annual technology show in Las Vegas, that dazzles and eventually finds its way into homes across the country. It was the VCR in 1970 that changed the way people watch movies and even gave them […]

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X-Ray Vision? New Technology Making It a Reality for $300 – ABC News

ABC News X-Ray Vision? New Technology Making It a Reality for $ 300ABC NewsA group of researchers led by Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Dina Katabi has developed software that uses variations in radio signals to recognize human silhouettes through walls and track their movements. Researchers say the …X-ray vision? New technology makes it a […]

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