Virtual Reality Porn Is Here, And It’s Free…

If you love to spend the night in with just yourself, your hand, a man-sized pack of tissues and some virtually real (see what I did there) loving, you’re in for a treat. Because thanks to the guys at Naughty America – who, believe it or not, are a virtual porn provider, not a site dedicated to

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Google Election Day Doodle Guides You to Local Polling Places

Utility, not whimsey is at the heart of Google’s U.S. Election Day Doodle, which leads readers to local polling places. The Doodle, which shows the Google name spelled out in paper ballots (odd for a tech company as some have pointed out), click through to a prompt to ‘enter the address where

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Steven Avery’s Lawyer Has Laid Down The Gauntlet With New Motion

Steven Avery’s lawyer,Kathleen Zellner, has just taken her campaign to free the convicted murderer to the next level by filing a motion that requests accessto a long list of evidence. She is demanding that extensive forensic tests be carried out in order to prove that Avery was framed for the

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HP Debuts Four New All-in-One Windows 8 Desktops

HP Debuts Four New All-in-One Windows 8 Desktops The HP SpectreOne While HP is known for its TouchSmart line of devices, the SpectreOne is not a touchscreen. At just 11.5-mm thin, however, it is the company’s slimmest all-in-one PC. It also features a 23.6-inch flush-glass full HD display and a

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Researchers Create Walking Bio-Bots That Are Powered by Muscle

Researchers at the University of Illinois are developing what they call ‘bio-bots,’ or machines that combine synthetic 3D-printed frameworks with biological muscle tissue. When the muscle fibers are jolted with electricity, they contract. Those muscles are attached to 3D-printed ‘bones,’ which

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Adaptive Learning: Why Your Kids Will Be Smarter Than You

‘Education is a big problem,’ says Knewton CEO Jose Ferreira. He’s spent his whole life in the education space, starting at Kaplan in 1991. He tried to bring adaptive learning to Kaplan in 1993, but it was hard to do so in a brick-and-mortar situation, an environment in which few people even had

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E-Wheelchair Creators Raise $1 Million

While everyone’s talking about the strides Tesla and Terra are making in transportation, there are plenty of startups working on electric vehicles, too. One of these innovative companies is Japan’s Whill, which makes an e-wheelchair that promises to be the next big thing in personal mobility.

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