You Can Now Buy a Wireless Charging Pad for Your Drone

You Can Now Buy a Wireless Charging Pad for Your Drone

00 Wireless charging pads or charging stations are commonly associated with smartphone technology. However, a start-up in the United States is taking that concept to the skies. WiBotic, a company in Seattle, has created a wireless charging pad for a wide range of drones, from industrial to smaller, commercial UAVs. Additionally, the company built an onboard charger that weighs just 1.6 ounces (45 grams). The mini-circuit board aids operators of small drones use wireless power…

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Microsoft Slides Into the Virtual Reality Market with its New Mixed Reality Headsets

Microsoft Slides Into the Virtual Reality Market with its New Mixed Reality Headsets

00 After months of buildup, Microsoft recently unveiled its Mixed Reality Headset for sale to the public, and the response has been very favorable. Unlike the HoloLens, which was primarily designed to assist companies with projects that require collaboration on project design, the Mixed Reality Headsets were developed with gamers and similar users in mind. The device is part of the Windows 10 CreatorsUpdate. One of the best features is the Cliff House, which allows users…

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Google Drones Now Air-Drop Burritos to People’s Doorstep in Australia

Google Drones Now Air-Drop Burritos to People’s Doorstep in Australia

00 One company may be giving your local food delivery person some cause for worry, or atleast a run for his money. Project Wing, which is a drone delivery service project supported by the Google-owned Alphabet-X Lab, is now sending drones carrying burrito food orders to various parts of the Australian countryside. The tests were made possible by a suprising partnership between a couple of local Australia businesses, Mexican food chain Guzman y Gomez, as well as…

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New Study Says a Solar Flare Could Hit Earth Very, Very Soon

New Study Says a Solar Flare Could Hit Earth Very, Very Soon

00 As humanity becomes more technologically dependent, solar flares become an even greater threat. In 1859, a solar flare known as the Carrington Event caused an electrical surge that shut down global telegraph systems. Now, two researchers from Harvard theorize that the next big solar flare is coming within the next 100 years. Given how much technology we rely on every day, that flare would devastate most of the globe. The paper appeared in The Astrophysical Journal and was…

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Patient Data In The Age of Technology

Patient Data In The Age of Technology

00 Effective data management provides a practical way to improve the performance of healthcare systems. Professionals in the healthcare sector can identify and correct problem areas in various ways. They need to collect, conduct a thorough analysis, interpret and respond to specific performance measures. To learn more, checkout the infographic below created by Duquesne University’s Online Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program. Add This Infographic to Your Site <p style=”clear:both;margin-bottom:20px;”><a href=”http://onlinenursing.duq.edu/blog/patient-data-age-technology/”><img src=”http://s3.amazonaws.com/utep-uploads/wp-content/uploads/duq/2017/05/17161613/nursing-patient-data-infographic.jpg” alt=”nursing patient data infographic” style=”max-width:100%;”…

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Are Your Clients HIPAA Compliant?

Are Your Clients HIPAA Compliant?

00 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance is aimed at maximizing privacy and data security when it comes to patient records. It prescribes minimum data storage and sharing standards. The Act affects health care organizations, physicians and managed IT service providers (MSPs) that are tasked with the responsibility of managing hospital computers and networks ensuring patients and their information remains safe. To learn more, refer to the infographic below created by the Maurice…

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Uber Has Lost Its Operating Licence In London

Uber Has Lost Its Operating Licence In London

00 Uber has officially lost its license to operate in London after a shocking ruling by the city’s transport body. Despite the fact that 3.5 million Londoners use the app, it will no longer be offered within the M25. The authority wrote: “TfL has concluded that Uber London Limited is not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator license.” TfL has today informed Uber that it will not be issued with a private…

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The World’s First All-Electric Sport Utility Truck Is Here and It Looks Badass!

The World’s First All-Electric Sport Utility Truck Is Here and It Looks Badass!

00 Bollinger Electric cars were first marketed towards environmentally conscious suburban families as a safe family vehicle – think the Toyota Prius. Tesla made them sexy and now Bollinger Motors are making them tough. The car company has just released the world’s first all-electric sports utility truck, and it looks great. The truck dubbed the B1 is all-electric but has all the features you want in a rugged all-terrain vehicle. While electric vehicles have plenty…

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New Mercedes-Maybach 6 Convertible1 concept August 19, 2017

00 Mercedes-Maybach 6 convertible concept1, a new version of the previously unveiled Maybach Vision, just debuted. It is a two-seater cabriolet with so much luxury to offer. Surprisingly, this road fortress is all-electric with a length of 20 feet and a whopping 750-horsepower. It is said to have a range of more than 200 miles on a single full charge. The open-roof Vision 6 cabriolet features same specs and engine like its predecessor. This is just…

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Apple sets iPhone event for September 12 at new Steve Jobs theater

Apple sets iPhone event for September 12 at new Steve Jobs theater

00 Apple just sent out invites for its annual iPhone event, which is taking place on September 12 at its new Cupertino HQ, at the Steve Jobs Theater it built there specifically to host special events. It’s expected that Apple will reveal a brand new iPhone with a nearly bezel-free design on the day. TechCrunch previously reported that the event would fall on this day, confirming WSJ’s sources. This will be the first ever event…

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