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“Takata agreed to pay penalties up to $200 million as recalls are accelerated in a deal with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.”
“To help give your voice more power, Twitter does not tolerate behavior intended to harass, intimidate, or use fear to silence another user’s voice.”
“Would you like to maybe have a finger again?”
“We have already seen results, including an increase in account suspensions and this type of activity shifting off of Twitter.”
The absence of any real control is meant to allow players to experience the real feelings of joy, hope, helplessness and despair.
“Indeed, I’m likely to just keep driving my irritating BMW X1.”
This app promises to make presidential and state voting selections as effortless as finding a Tinder hookup in New York City.
“His social media presence from the beginning has been extremely impressive and positive.”
“We don’t see that trend slowing down any time soon,”
Iowa will be a “close race for both parties.”
Can you guess which one?
Is anyone safe anymore?
The robot is made up of stepper motors, 3D-printed frames, and four USB webcams hooked up to a PC.
“It’s always gonna be a time of invasion of privacy a little bit, no matter how much they say they’re not gonna look at stuff.”
As technology advances, so does the government’s effort to gain access and control over it.
“I’ve transformed a table into a keyboard using a laser.”
Are you prepared?
What’s most surprising: according to DataSplash, this is nothing new.
“His signature is low stress. He’s a real outlier.”
“Without Twitter, the explosive growth of ISIS over the last few years…would not have been possible.”
“Even if we only influence a few percent of the voting public, [we] have the potential to empower people and change elections.”
“It wouldn’t be the first time Apple had abandoned a popular technological standard in the name of a higher purpose…”
“Asteroid detection, tracking and defense of our planet is something that NASA, its interagency partners, and the global community take very seriously.”
“This is the first little step in that direction.”
“You’re exposing classified data…in the open, and at the end of the day, that’s — that would not be prudent and would also be illegal.”
“My personal challenge for 2016 is to build a simple AI to run my home and help me with my work.”
“It is a little intense, you know, that they would do that.”
The database containing the names, birthdates, party affiliations, phone numbers and emails of 191 million voters is still exposed.
“It was like fireworks.”
This company’s holiday greeting is more “Brave New World” than “Marshmallow World.”
Cyberbullying insurance: Because trolls are the worst.
“You have been warned..”
“We are vulnerable.”
“You’ve already given us a reason to reflect on the world we hope you live in.”
“From a performance standpoint it’s still great but from a safety standpoint…”
“The FBI should not be able to silence innocent critics like myself.”
“The possible social consequences are grave.”
“People got really emotional to see me walking.”
“You’re not going to know…if the salmon you’re buying is genetically-modified.”
“In about a month, you will receive the ink. It is sealed and sterile, and comes with all the analysis and a certificate.”
“A life-like alternative.”
“Thereby nullifying the airworthiness of the aircraft and rendering it a total loss.”
“It definitely caught our attention.”
“I now think we’re going to have another public debate.”
“Smart guns don’t solve what we’re trying to solve.”
“Identify the source of radiation and allow personnel to take appropriate action.”
“Revolutionary shift across all screens.”
The proper use of technology should be serve us and make our lives easier. We should not serve technology and adapt ourselves to its demands.
“Lets us connect the dots.”
“We are watching you!”
“How quickly you can go from designing to building to flying a 3-D-printed jet-powered aircraft.”
“Recognizing something important.”
“It went about as smooth as you could have expected.”
“The biggest technology for the future.”
“Could enable gross violations of privacy.”
“Has a mind that is like a steel trap.”
“I don’t think the KKK would want anything to do with me.”
Smart Sheriff, the most popular of more than a dozen state-approved apps, was meant to keep children safe from pornography, bullying and other threats …
“This was terrifying.”
“All the sudden you just see a flash.”
“Having that element of surprise buys yourself time.”
“There’s a bit of mystery.”
“Several intelligence related projects.”
Who knew that our culture would change so much in such a short period of time that living in your vehicle would be a great thing?
“Feature that prevents anyone without the device’s passcode…This includes Apple.”
“We’re solving the cost and convenience issue.”
“It’s a great plane. And I’ll miss it.”
“A stoner high school student.”
“With a simple adjustment to the height and weight, the 3-D human model that we created can be used to forensically analyze the pose, stability and shadows in any image of people.”
“Drive home the serious nature of operating these.”
“Shift from treating used water as waste to leveraging it as a resource.”
“We’ve seen no change in behavior.”
“It’s a very slick, efficient way to conduct the war.”
“It’s an ambush.”
“It is also good professional practice.”
“Everyone has various kinds of memories that can be surfaced.”
“It will be the Rand Paul campaign’s version of ‘The Truman Show.’”
“Pirated NFL game videos and highlights”
“Total amateur hour”
“One of the strongest and lightest materials known to science.”
“The clock was ticking…”
“It reveals personally identifiable information in ways they’re not being transparent about.”
“Just went out of control.”
“The record locator was able to get access to his entire account.”
“Essentially circumvented millions of dollars’ worth of cybersecurity investment.”
“Knowing an item has a unique story behind it creates a personal experience.”
“If we have it in writing…it would make us look a WHOLE LOT better.”
“For some reason, I was unable to logout of her account.”
“Before the IRS takes any action against your name…”
“Will save lives and minimize burns that result from postimpact fuel fires.”
“The new iPhone’s glass is tougher, but not that tough.”
“Anything moving at night we see long before they see us.”
“I’ve never seen that before.”
What it’s for and why it’s important.
“This video reminds me of the good times.”
“I used to work for the government. Now I work for the public.”
“Love means sharing…”