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U.S. Army to Test Microsoft’s Kinect in Helicopter...
Motion-tracking game technology found in American living rooms has a shot at making its way into U.S. military helicopters. The Army envisions Microsoft’s Kinect system as a low-cost solution for smarter cockpits that track what pilots see or do — opening the door for smarter war machines capable of responding quickly to human needs during combat. The Microsoft Kinect for Xbox can already...
Google's Data Collection From Wi-Fi Networks...
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News Google has released a report that explains how and why the company’s street view cars collected data from unencrypted Wi-Fi networks. See on mashable.com
Google Creates an Android Bartender
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News KegDroid is a the latest of Google’s awesome side projects. It’s an Android-shaped beer tap that protects and pours craft beer. See on mashable.com
Jimmy Kimmel Beats President Obama with Most...
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News Jimmy Kimmel’s jokes about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was the most-tweeted moment of this year’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner. See on mashable.com
Freedom Tower: 11 Beautiful Instagrams of NYC's...
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News A steel beam was secured to One World Trade Center, making it officially the tallest building in New York City. Instagram users captured the moment. See on mashable.com
Apple Evades Billions in Corporate Taxes, NY Times...
The New York Times accused Apple of evading billions of dollars in taxes by setting up subsidiary companies in tax-free or low-tax states and countries. Apple, based in Cupertino, Calif., uses a small office in state-tax-free Nevada to manage and invest its profits, allowing it to bypass California’s 8.84% corporate tax rate. Apple’s Nevada-based subsidiary asset management company is called...
1 in 5 Drivers Want to Take the Driving Out of...
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News A new study by J.D. Power and Associates asked whether drivers would let their car handle basic driving functions. One in five respondents definitely would or probably would buy a car with an autonomous driving capability. See on mashable.com
Where CISPA's Going: Everything You Need to Know
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News An amended version of CISPA passed the House this week. Here’s what you need to know about its future. See on mashable.com
7 Easy Ways to Speed Up Your Business Computers
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News Many users have no idea that their computers are bogged down with unneeded applications. What can be done? Here are seven things. See on mashable.com
MIT’s Super Glass is Glare-Free, Fog-Resistant,...
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News MIT researchers have developed a glass to resist glare, fog, and dirt using tiny cones etched into its surface. See on mashable.com
51 Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News Catch up on the latest digital media resources with our weekly features roundup. See on mashable.com
How Samsung Became The World's Top Handset Vendor
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News Samsung became the leading shipper of mobile phone handsets in the world, ousting Nokia from the top spot. How did this happen? See on mashable.com
Winklevoss Twins Try Their Hand as Venture...
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News The Winklevoss twins didn’t say how much money they were putting into Winklevoss Capital, but it could be a lot, given they took equity when the Facebook suit settled. See on mashable.com
The iPhone Almost Had a Physical Keyboard [REPORT]
See on Scoop.it - The Social Batch News Tony Fadell, who was once Senior Vice President of the iPod division of Apple talked about the early iPhone Friday. See on mashable.com