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New approach helps rodents with spinal cord injury breathe on their own
Medical Xpress
GM to begin testing self-driving cars in New York in early 2018
ZDNet • Jake Smith
NYC TV Week: Storytelling Is All in the Edges
Broadcasting Cable • Lgoff
The U.S. Navy Has a New Way to Kill Enemy Submarines and Mines
The National Interest • Kris Osborn
VR and AR, Time for Marketers to Experiment
CMSWire • Erika Morphy
Microsoft says its new laptops are twice as powerful as the MacBook Pro — here's what that means (AAPL, MSFT)
Business Insider • Kif Leswing
Microsoft's flagship Windows 10 computer update available
Daily Mail • Mailonline, Phoebe Weston
VR 20/20 2017: Storytelling Is All in the Edges
Multi Channel • Mfarrell
GM will test self-driving cars in New York City
CNN
GM will test self-driving cars in New York City (GM)
Business Insider • Matthew Debord
 
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Artificial Intelligence, Medical Science & Research
New approach helps rodents with spinal cord injury breathe on their own
Medical Xpress
One of the most severe consequences of spinal cord injury in the neck is losing the ability to control the diaphragm and breathe on one's own. Now, investigators show for the first time in laboratory models that two different sets of neural...
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Self-Driving Cars, Technology Industry
GM to begin testing self-driving cars in New York in early 2018
ZDNetJake Smith
General Motors will begin testing self-driving vehicles in fully autonomous mode in New York starting in early 2018 -- the first time level 4 autonomous vehicles will be tested in the state. GM and its subsidiary Cruise Automation are applying to begin...
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Television Industry, Virtual Reality
NYC TV Week: Storytelling Is All in the Edges
Broadcasting CableLgoff
New York – Creating virtual reality content requires a different approach to storytelling, but content providers have to be mindful to let the technology enhance the story, not overpower it. At a panel discussion entitled “The Medium and the Message: How Do...
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Defense Policy, Drones
The U.S. Navy Has a New Way to Kill Enemy Submarines and Mines
The National InterestKris Osborn
The Navy's helicopter-like Fire Scout drone can now operate an advanced sensor giving it increased ability to detect and destroy enemy mines and submarines from a Littoral Combat Ship, service officials said. The new sensor, designed for combat and surveillance missions in...
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Digital Media, Virtual Reality
VR and AR, Time for Marketers to Experiment
CMSWireErika Morphy
Tech evangelist Robert Scoble strode onto the stage at &THEN conference, and shared his excitement over the fact that his iPhone had more sophisticated features than a video camera he had bought three years ago for far more money. He quickly pointed...
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Apple Inc, Technology Industry
Microsoft says its new laptops are twice as powerful as the MacBook Pro — here's what that means (AAPL, MSFT)
Business InsiderKif Leswing
Microsoft is mounting a direct challenge to Apple's MacBook Pro laptops. In recent years, Apple's MacBook Pros have been the high-end notebook of choice for those who need a high-performance laptop. Now, Microsoft wants its Surface Book to be that device. The...
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Microsoft Corp, Virtual Reality
Microsoft's flagship Windows 10 computer update available
Daily MailMailonline, Phoebe Weston
The latest update to Microsoft's flagship Windows 10 computer software has been made available to consumers for the first time. The update has various new features including a native app called Paint 3D, an image and video editing app called Story Remix...
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Discovery Communications Inc, Media & Advertising
VR 20/20 2017: Storytelling Is All in the Edges
Multi ChannelMfarrell
New York – Creating virtual reality content requires a different approach to storytelling, but content providers have to be mindful to let the technology enhance the story, not overpower it. At a panel discussion entitled “The Medium and the Message: How Do...
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Auto Industry, Self-Driving Cars
GM will test self-driving cars in New York City
CNN
Self-driving cars will soon take on perhaps their biggest challenge yet: driving in New York City.
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Auto Industry, Self-Driving Cars
GM will test self-driving cars in New York City (GM)
Business InsiderMatthew Debord
GM and Cruise Automation, the self-driving startup the carmaker acquired in 2016, have been testing self-driving cars in the San Francisco Bay Area, where Cruise is headquartered. Autonomous Chevy Bolts running Cruise technology will soon arrive in Manhattan, however. New Yorkers could...
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