IBM to Lead the First Nanotechnology Lab in Brazil

IBM announced on May 31, 2017, that they have a new experimental nanotechnology laboratory for research in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

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Robots Using Water-Powered Knives Unveiled

Just before the sun rises in the Salinas Valley in southern San Francisco, a robot moves through a farm field expelling vapor clouds.

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Trump Administration To ExtendAirline Laptop BanTo Europe A Possibility

The United States Government has recently announced that they will likely expand their previously mandated airline laptop ban to Europe.

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Elon Musk At TED Conference

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk as had a very busy life over the past few years. He has been feverishly working hard in order to revolutionize human living.

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Latest Updates On Musk And His Boring Project

In recent news, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has just revealed some new updates regarding his modernistic tunnel-boring project last Friday.

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Robots To Soon Dominate Entry-level Jobs

More often than not, workers who are just fresh and are just starting out on their working life are advised to avoid certain hands on jobs.

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U.S. Ban On Laptops & Tablets In Flights

The United States has just announced that it will ban electronic devices namely laptops and tablets in the cabin baggage during flights from eight North African and Middle Eastern countries.

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Are We On The Brink Of A Robot Revolution?

MIT has just unveiled to the world that the world we live in is indeed the world of the future where robots would most likely live among us.

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Oppo to Crack US Market by Year End

While the smartphone maker has already penetrated other markets in other countries, Oppo has yet to show up in the U.S.

That could all change in the months to come. Now, Oppo is anticipated to break into the U.S. market. It is also worth knowing that the U.S. market is of the hardest ones to enter worldwide.

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