McDonald's Testing Out New Automated Cashiers

While fast food workers all over the country are fighting to get paid higher hourly wages, McDonald’s is apparently looking for a bigger solution to their problem.

Various outlets are reporting that McDonald’s is currently testing automated cashiers in the hopes that they will soon roll out all over the country. The machines are touch screen and will enable customer to order and pay for their food without having to wait in line and interact with a live cashier.

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Boyan Slat - Marine Litter Extraction Project

TECH 1310 boyanslatmarineprojectWe all know that the technological marvels we created in this world have inspired awe and still do today.  One of those inventions is plastic, which is a marvel. Created to keep items clean, keep perishables fresh, and much more. We've also created a problem by storing water in plastic bottles, created wrappers and wrappers for items that really don't need them, and which are eventually thrown away into our ecosystem getting into our rivers, lakes, and oceans.

Young Boyan Slat and his team are working to create a solution to cleaning up our oceans of plastic waste called the Marine Litter Extraction Project.

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“Secret” 3G Intel Chip Gives Snoops Backdoor PC Access

Technology 1013 IntelSnoopingInfowars.com Paul Joseph Watson. Intel Core vPro processors contain a “secret” 3G chip that allows remote disabling and backdoor access to any computer even when it is turned off. 

Although the technology has actually been around for a while, the attendant privacy concerns are only just being aired. The “secret” 3G chip that Intel added to its processors in 2011 caused little consternation until the NSA spying issue exploded earlier this year as a result of Edward Snowden’s revelations.

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10 Inventions of Nikola Tesla That Changed The World

Technology 0713 TeslaWorldTruth.TV. Nikola Tesla is finally beginning to attract real attention and encourage serious debate nearly 70 years after his death.  Was he for real? A crackpot? Part of an early experiment in corporate-government control?

We know that he was undoubtedly persecuted by the energy power brokers of his day -- namely Thomas Edison, whom we are taught in school to revere as a genius.  He was also attacked by J.P. Morgan and other "captains of industry."

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Secure Password Tips

We all use passwords to protect and secure everything in our digital lives. We must stay vigilant in keeping up to date with strong passwords that can deter infiltration and hacking from many outside sources. We have here some tips for our community to look at to have a more secure password that is harder to hack through.

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A More Secure Anonymous Search Engine

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Startpage Protects Your Privacy!

Startpage does NOT collect or share ANY personal information! Nada. Zilch. Nothing. Startpage offers you Web search results from Google - the world's most popular search engine. When you search with Startpage the Web results are generated by Google. This offers you the search results and search features you may have grown accustomed to.

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Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations

Technology 0613 NSASpyingSnowdenThe Guardian, and . The individual responsible for one of the most significant leaks in US political history is Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former technical assistant for the CIA and current employee of the defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. Snowden has been working at the National Security Agency for the last four years as an employee of various outside contractors, including Booz Allen and Dell.

The Guardian, after several days of interviews, is revealing his identity at his request. From the moment he decided to disclose numerous

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Hitachi Develops World's Smallest RFID Chip

rfid3Riseearth.com. The Japanese giant Hitachi has developed the world's smallest and thinnest Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip. Measuring only 0.15 x 0.15 millimeters in size and 7.5 micrometers thick, the wireless chip is a smaller version of the previous record holder - Hitachi's 0.4 x 0.4 mm "Micro-Chip". The company used semiconductor miniaturization and electron beam technology to write data on the chip substrates to achieve this decrease in size. The new chips have a wide range of potential applications from military to transportation, logistics and even consumer electronics.

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3D Printers to make Human Replacement Parts

Technology 0313 3DprintingorgansTheScientist.com. For Joseph Vacanti, the quest to build new organs began after watching the death of yet another child. In 1983, the young surgeon was put in charge of a liver transplantation program at Boston Children’s Hospital in Massachusetts. His first operation was a success, but other patients died without ever being touched by a scalpel. “In the mid-80s, kids who were waiting for organs had to wait for a child of the same size to die,” says Vacanti. “Many patients became sicker and sicker before my eyes, and I couldn’t provide them with what they needed. We had the team, the expertise, and the intensive care units. We knew how to do it. But we had to wait.”

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