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I’m a millennial, born right at the start of 1990. Growing up, I always imagined that the 2000s would be a time of tremendous technological advances. Of course there’s your flying cars, your robot housekeepers, and your travel by personal jetpack. And I always imagined that holographic entertainment would be ubiquitous. (Can you tell I watched a lot of...
avoid real estate scams
You’ve done your homework, worked with a qualified real estate agent, and feel like you’ve checked all the boxes (hah, literally) so you’re ready for your move. But despite your preparations, scammers and con artists might have a few curve balls to throw your way. And with something as big as a deal as buying a home, you need...
home sharing surveillance
Whether you’re dozing off under the covers at home or in a hotel, you’re likely not too worried about your privacy—and for good reason. You can safely assume that your most intimate and personal moments are safe when you’re at home, away from the prying eyes of the public.But what about a place you’ve rented on Airbnb or HomeAway,...
connected driverless cars
If you’ve been following the news on net neutrality (and indeed it has been promised to be a hot topic at this week’s CES, despite FCC head Ajit Pai’s absence due to death threats made against him), then you may know that driverless car technology played a key role in the discussion.Comcast brought up net neutrality, or the principle...
Car sharing services like Zipcar and Car2Go allow city dwellers to forego car ownership without losing all of the perks. You can skip out on car insurance and repair costs, but still be able to hop into a car when you decide to take a quick jaunt to a friend’s house or to the grocery store and have all...
snake in yard
When you’re watching nature documentaries or heading to the zoo, wildlife is fascinating and often beautiful. When it makes its way into your home though, not so much. Rodents can get into your food, cause a number of diseases, and chew through electrical wires. Many bugs, snakes, and scorpions can bite or sting, and even the ones that won’t...
United States map
This past May, I took a road trip from Rhode Island to West Virginia to attend a friend’s wedding. Despite the impressive sight of New York City and the beautiful landscape of rural Maryland, a constant thought kept swirling through my head as I drove: “I should’ve flown.”But a road trip was far more economical for me compared to...
car shows 2018
Even with smart cities and ridesharing on the rise, there are still hundreds of millions of cars on the road every day across the United States. So perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that there are hundreds of annual events and conferences that showcase those cars – and the technology behind them. Naturally, the lines between technology and the automotive...
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