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    • Outline of technology

    • The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to technology: Technology – collection of tools, including machinery, modifications, arrangements and procedures used by humans. Engineering is the discipline that seeks to study and design new technologies. Technologies significantly affect hu ... Read »


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    • Behavior-shaping constraint

    • A behavior-shaping constraint, also sometimes referred to as a forcing function or poka-yoke, is a technique used in error-tolerant design to prevent the user from making common errors or mistakes. One example is the reverse lockout on the transmission of a moving automobile. The microwave provides another example of ... Read »


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    • Bird (technology)

    • Bird

      Bird is an interactive input device designed by Israel-based startup, MUV Interactive, which develops technology for wearable interfaces. Bird connects to smartphones, tablets, and computers to make any surface an interactive 3D environment. It includes remote touch, gesture control, voice command and mouse functionali ... Read »


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    • BrainShield

    • Shield-X Technology Inc.

      Shield-X Technology Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of impact-diverting technology. Shield-X's decal, formerly known as BrainShield, is designed to enhance helmet performance in contact sports and activities where traumatic brain injury (TBI) such as concussions occur, including American Football, Ice Hockey, and ... Read »


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    • Canopy Innovations

    • Canopy is a language translation software used primarily by hospitals and clinics to communicate with LEP's, limited English proficiency, or non-English speaking patients. Through innovation funding and grants from the National Institutes of Health, Canopy was launched in 2010 by CEO and founder Jerrit Tan. In Septembe ... Read »


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    • Coalescer

    • A coalescer is a technological device performing coalescence. They are primarily used to separate emulsions into their components via various processes; operating in reverse to an emulsifier. There are two types of coalescers. Mechanical coalescers use filters or baffles to make droplets coalesce while electrostatic c ... Read »


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    • Code First: Girls

    • Code First: Girls is a Not for Profit Social Enterprise that works exclusively with women in Britain to develop coding skills. The organisation promotes gender diversity and female participation in the technology sector by offering free and paid training and courses for students and professional women. It also support ... Read »


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    • College of Information Technology and Engineering

    • College of Information Technology and Engineering

      College of Information Technology and Engineering (CITE), affiliated to Purbanchal University; popularly known as CIT, is established in the year 2000. And the first college in Nepal that offering Information Technology (IT) Education. CITE is centrally located at Subidhanagar, Tinkune, Kathmandu. Currently CITE offers ... Read »


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    • Critical making

    • Critical making refers to the hands-on productive activities that link digital technologies to society. It is invented to bridge the gap between creative physical and conceptual exploration. The purpose of critical making lies in the learning extracted from the making rather than the experience derived from the finishe ... Read »


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    • Cultural lag

    • The term cultural lag refers to the notion that culture takes time to catch up with technological innovations, and that social problems and conflicts are caused by this lag. Subsequently, cultural lag does not only apply to this idea only, but also relates to theory and explanation. It helps by identifying and explaini ... Read »


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    • Darwin machine

    • A Darwin machine (a 1987 coinage by William H. Calvin, by analogy to a Turing machine) is a machine that, like a Turing machine, involves an iteration process that yields a high-quality result, but, whereas a Turing machine uses logic, the Darwin machine uses rounds of variation, selection, and inheritance. In its ori ... Read »


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    • Demonstration (teaching)

    • Demonstration involves showing by reason or proof, explaining or making clear by use of examples or experiments. Put more simply, demonstration means 'to clearly show'. In teaching through demonstration, students are set up to potentially conceptualize class material more effectively as shown in a study which specifica ... Read »


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    • Design technology

    • Design technology, or D.T., is the study, design, development, application, implementation, support and management of computer and non-computer based technologies for the express purpose of communicating product design intent and constructability. Design technology can be applied to the problems encountered in construc ... Read »


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    • Digital addict

    • Digital addict is used to refer to a person who compulsively uses digital technology, which would manifest as another form of addiction if that technology was not as easily accessible to them. Colloquially, it can be used to describe a person whose interaction with technology is verging on excessive, threatening to abs ... Read »


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    • Digital phobic

    • Digital phobic is an informal phrase used to describe a reluctance to become fully immersed in the digital age for being fearful of how it might negatively change or alter everyday life. The fast-paced development of the digital world in the twenty-first century has contributed to the digital divide becoming a very re ... Read »


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    • Disney collusion litigation

    • The Walt Disney Company's media releases and company practices have prompted action from activists, artists, and causes around the world. In 1977, Roy E. Disney, the son of Disney co-founder Roy O. Disney and nephew of Walt Disney, resigned as an executive due to disagreements with his colleagues' decisions at the ... Read »


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    • Dubber

    • Dubber is a cloud based call recording software which operates as a software-as-service (SaaS) offering. Dubber was founded in Melbourne, Australia in 2011 by James Slaney, Steve McGovern and Adrian Di Pietrantonio, and now serves Telecommunications Service Providers and Enterprise customers globally. In 2013 Dub ... Read »


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    • Fibre to the office

    • Fiber to the office (FTTO) is an alternative cabling concept for LAN network office environments. It combines passive elements (fibre optic cabling, patch panels, splice boxes, connectors and standard copper 8P8C patch cords) and active mini-switches (called FTTO switches) to provide end devices with Gigabit Ethernet. ... Read »


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    • Harley Frankfurt

    • Harley Frankfurt (born in 1969) is a pioneer and visionary in the Energy Industry, making significant advances in gas compression efficiency and renewable energy. He has a passion for I/O communications, now known as the Internet of Things (IoT), holding a patent in advance utility control systems. Harley led advances ... Read »


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    • French Tech

    • Convinced by the necessity to promote the emergence of successful start-ups in France to generate economic value and jobs, the French Government created the French Tech Initiative at the end of 2013. Its philosophy: build on member initiatives of the French Tech themselves, highlight what already exists, and create a s ... Read »


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    • Gadget

    • A gadget is a smalltool such as a machine that has a particular function, but is often thought of as a novelty. Gadgets are sometimes referred to as gizmos. Gizmos in particular are a bit different than gadgets. Gadgets in particular are small tools powered by electronic principles (a circuit board). The origins o ... Read »


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    • GasBuddy.com

    • GasBuddy

      GasBuddy is a tech company based in Boston, MA that operates apps and websites based around finding cheap gas in an area. They also offer software solutions to convenience store owners via their B2B initiatives (formerly known as OpenStore). The GasBuddy app is a GPS-based application program for smartphones and table ... Read »


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    • GoCardless

    • GoCardless

      GoCardless is a UK Online Direct Debit provider founded in January 2011. The company was funded by Y Combinator in the summer of 2011. As of July 2015, GoCardless were handling $1bn worth of transactions per year. GoCardless was founded by Tom Blomfield, Matt Robinson and Hiroki Takeuchi after they had met at Oxford U ... Read »


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    • Government spin-off

    • Government spin-off is civilian goods which are the collateral result of military or governmental research. One prominent example of a type of government spin-off is technology that has been commercialized through NASA funding, research, licensing, facilities, or assistance. NASA spin-off technologies have been produc ... Read »


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    • Human Technology

    • Human Technology is an open-access, peer-reviewed, on-line, international scholarly semiannual journal edited by the Agora Center of the University of Jyväskylä, Finland since 2005. Its aim is to explore current topics regarding the interaction between people and technology. Peer-reviewed articles in the jou ... Read »


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    • Hypothetical technology

    • A hypothetical technology is a technology that does not exist yet, but the development of which could potentially be achieved in the future. It is distinct from an emerging technology, which has achieved some developmental success. A hypothetical technology is typically not proven to be impossible. Many hypothetical te ... Read »


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    • Information and media literacy

    • Information and media literacy (IML) enables people to interpret and make informed judgments as users of information and media, as well as to become skillful creators and producers of information and media messages in their own right. Prior to the 1990s, the primary focus of information literacy has been research skil ... Read »


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    • Integrated technology processes

    • Integrated technology processes (ITP) include all the requirements, know-how, means necessary for the design office, manufacturing, quality control to define and produce an elementary part or an assembly within a known supply chain. Technology processes (i.e. “techno processes”) are end-to-end processes ... Read »


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    • Intelligent environment

    • Intelligent environments (IE) are spaces with embedded systems and information and communication technologies creating interactive spaces that bring computation into the physical world and enhance occupants experiences. "Intelligent environments are spaces in which computation is seamlessly used to enhance ordinary act ... Read »


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    • Marine technology

    • Marine technology is defined by WEGEMT (a European association of 40 universities in 17 countries) as "technologies for the safe use, exploitation, protection of, and intervention in, the marine environment." In this regard, according to WEGEMT, the technologies involved in marine technology are the following:naval arc ... Read »


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    • Mean time between outages

    • In a system the mean time between outages (MTBO) is the mean time between equipment failures that result in loss of system continuity or unacceptable degradation. The MTBO is calculated by the equation, MTBO=MTBF1−FFAS{\displaystyle MTBO={\frac {MTBF}{1-FFAS}}} where MTBF is the nonredundant mean time between f ... Read »


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    • MegaKheir

    • MegaKheir (/ˈmɛɡə-kheir/ mega-kheir / ميجا خير) is a donations platform and mobile application built by TA Telecom to raise funds for Egypt’s charitable sector as part of the company’s corporate social responsibility. MegaKheir is a blend of the Greek word "Mega", which means ... Read »


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    • Member of technical staff

    • A Member of Technical Staff (MTS) is the title for permanent research staff at some institutions and companies. It is roughly equivalent to an assistant professor or associate professor at a university. A Distinguished Member of Technical Staff (DMTS) is roughly equivalent to a full professor (or emeritus professor). ... Read »


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    • Mindfulness and technology

    • Mindfulness and technology is a movement in research and design, that encourages the user to become aware of the present moment, rather than losing oneself in a technological device. This field encompasses multidisciplinary participation between design, psychology, computer science, and religion. Mindfulness stems from ... Read »


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    • Modern Muse

    • Modern Muse is an online platform and not-for-profit social enterprise designed to encourage the next generation of female business leaders and entrepreneurs. The platform, www.modernmuse.org, is aimed at girls aged 8 and above; it features the professional pathways of women from all walks of life, working across busi ... Read »


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    • MonDevices

    • MonDevices

      MonDevices is a wearable technology company based in New York, New York. The company is best known for its debut product, MonBaby, a wearable breathing and rollover monitor for infants. MonDevices is led by co-founders Lev Grzhonko, who serves as Chief Executive Officer, and Arturas Vaitaitis, who serves as Chief ... Read »


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    • Music instrument technology

    • Music instrument technology refers to the construction of instruments and the way they have changed over time. Such change has produced modern instruments that are considerably different from their historical antecedents. An example is the way in which many instruments commonly associated with a modern symphony orches ... Read »


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    • OpenFlint

    • OpenFlint is an open technology used for displaying ("casting") content from one computerized device on the display of another. Usually this would be from a smaller personal device (like a smartphone) to a device with a larger screen suitable for viewing by multiple spectators (like a TV). Development of OpenFlint was ... Read »


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    • Orphaned technology

    • Orphaned technology is a descriptive term for computer products, programs, and platforms that have been abandoned by their original developers. Orphaned technology refers to software, such as abandonware and antique software, but also to computer hardware and practices. In computer software standards and documentation, ... Read »


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    • Playbrush

    • Playbrush is an oral care invention for children that is designed to encourage kids to brush their teeth regularly and properly. The Playbrush device – developed by an Austro-British company with the same name – is a dongle that fits onto the end of any manual toothbrush and connects to a smartphone or tablet ... Read »


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    • Principle of good enough

    • The principle of good enough or "good enough" principle is a rule in software and systems design. It indicates that consumers will use products that are good enough for their requirements, despite the availability of more advanced technology. ... Read »


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    • Privacy-enhancing technologies

    • Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PET) is the standardized term referring to specific methods that act in accordance with the laws of data protection - PETs allow online users to protect the privacy of their personally identifiable information (PII) provided to and handled by such services or applications. Privacy-enhan ... Read »


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    • Product teardown

    • A product teardown, or simply teardown, is the act of disassembling a product, such as a television set, to identify its component parts, chip & system functionality, and component costing information. For products having 'secret' technology, such as the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25, the process may be secret. For others, i ... Read »


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    • Corvida Raven

    • Corvida Raven is a writer, technological artist, entrepreneur and public speaker who lives and works out of New York City, New York. She has been garnering national attention since the age of 19 for her blog, shegeeks.net, and other projects aimed at making technological skills and information accessible to the public ... Read »


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    • Renaissance technology

    • Renaissance technology is the set of European artifacts and customs which span the Renaissance period, roughly the 14th century through the 16th century. The era is marked by profound technical advancements such as the printing press, linear perspective in drawing, patent law, doubl and Bastion fortresses. Sketchbooks ... Read »


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    • Robotic Non-Destructive Testing

    • Robotic non-destructive testing (NDT) is a method of inspection used to assess the structural integrity of petroleum, natural gas, and water installations. Crawler-based robotic tools are commonly used for in-line inspection (ILI) applications in pipelines that cannot be inspected using traditional intelligent pigging ... Read »


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    • Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

    • Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM, previously SMET) is a term that refers to the academic disciplines of science,technology, engineering and mathematics. The term is typically used when addressing education policy and curriculum choices in schools to improve competitiveness in science and technolog ... Read »


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    • Sexism in the technology industry

    • Sexism in the technology industry is occupational sexism in the technology industry. It is believed that a high ratio of men to women in salary, graduation rates for engineering degrees, and the industry itself are the cause of sexism in the technology industry. In 1997, Anita Borg, then senior researcher at Digit ... Read »


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    • Aminatou Sow

    • Aminatou Sow is co-founder of Tech LadyMafia which supports women in technology. She cohosts the podcast Call Your Girlfriend with her friend, the journalist and editor Ann Friedman. Call Your Girlfriend "A Podcast for Long Distance Besties Everywhere" began in June 2014. The content ranges from politics and pop-cultur ... Read »


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    • Subsea (technology)

    • Subsea is a term used to describe fully submerged ocean equipment, operations or applications, especially when some distance offshore, in deep ocean waters, or on the seabed. The term is frequently used in connection with oceanography, marine or ocean engineering, ocean exploration, remotely operated vehicle (ROVs) aut ... Read »


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    • Tech LadyMafia

    • Tech LadyMafia is a membership-based group of women in technology founded in 2011 by Aminatou Sow and Erie Meyer. It aims to encourage women to share and express ideas using current technologies. ... Read »


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    • Technoculture

    • Technoculture is a neologism that is not in standard dictionaries but that has some popularity in academia, popularized by editors Constance Penley and Andrew Ross in a book of essays bearing that title. It refers to the interactions between, and politics of, technology and culture. "Technoculture" is used by a nu ... Read »


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    • Technological revival

    • The technological revival concept, which can also be called technological reminiscence, consists in using the technology of today to bring back to life the technological contents of yesterday. The technological revival concept lies within the idea of a certain nostalgia of the multimedia contents of yesterday (rad ... Read »


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    • Technological transitions

    • Technological innovations have occurred throughout history and rapidly increased over the modern age. New technologies are developed and co-exist with the old before supplanting them. Transport offers several examples; from sailing to steam ships to automobiles replacing horse-based transportation. Technological transi ... Read »


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    • Technology and society

    • Technology society and life or technology and culture refers to cyclical co-dependence, co-influence, and co-production of technology and society upon the other (technology upon culture, and vice versa). This synergistic relationship occurred from the dawn of humankind, with the invention of simple tools and continues ... Read »


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    • Technology assessment

    • Technology assessment (TA, German: Technikfolgenabschätzung, French: évaluation des choix scientifiques et technologiques) is a scientific, interactive, and communicative process that aims to contribute to the formation of public and political opinion on societal aspects of science and technology. TA is the ... Read »


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    • Technology dynamics

    • Technology dynamics is broad and relatively new scientific field that has been developed in the framework of the postwar science and technology studies field. It studies the process of technological change. Under the field of Technology Dynamics the process of technological change is explained by taking into account in ... Read »


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    • Technology fusion

    • Technology fusion involves a transformation of core technologies. An example is the fusion of mechanical and electronic engineering to create mechatronics. The fusion of technologies goes beyond mere combination. Fusion is more than complementarism, because it creates a new market and new growth opportunities for each ... Read »


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    • Technology life cycle

    • The technology life-cycle (TLC) describes the commercial gain of a product through the expense of research and development phase, and the financial return during its "vital life". Some technologies, such as steel, paper or cement manufacturing, have a long lifespan (with minor variations in technology incorporated with ... Read »


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    • Technology management

    • Technology management is a set of management disciplines that allows organizations to manage their technological fundamentals to create competitive advantage. Typical concepts used in technology management are: The role of the technology management function in an organization is to understand the value of certain tech ... Read »


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    • Technology policy

    • There are a number of different approaches seeking to define the substance and scope of technology policy. According to the American scientist and policy advisor Lewis M. Branscomb, technology policy concerns the "public means for nurturing those capabilities and optimizing their applications in the service of nati ... Read »


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    • Technology readiness level

    • Technology readiness levels (TRL) are a method of estimating technology maturity of Critical Technology Elements (CTE) of a program during the acquisition process. They are determined during a Technology Readiness Assessment (TRA) that examines program concepts, technology requirements, and demonstrated technology capa ... Read »


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    • Technology scouting

    • Technology scouting can be regarded as a method of technology forecasting or in the broader context also an element of corporate foresight. At the same time Technology Scouting also contributes to technology management by (1) identifying emerging technologies, (2) channel technology related information into an organiza ... Read »


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    • Technophobia

    • Technophobia (from Greek τέχνη technē, "art, skill, craft" and φόβος phobos, "fear") is the fear or dislike of advanced technology or complex devices, especially computers. Although there are numerous interpretations of technophobia, they seem to become more complex as technology contin ... Read »


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    • Technoself studies

    • Technoself studies, commonly referred to as TSS, is an emerging, interdisciplinarity domain of scholarly research dealing with all aspects of human identity in a technological society focusing on the changing nature of relationships between the human and technology. As new and constantly changing experiences of human i ... Read »


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    • Telecommuting

    • Telecommuting is a work arrangement in which employees do not commute or travel (e.g. by bus or car) to a central place of work, such as an office building, warehouse or store. Teleworkers in the 2000s often use mobile telecommunications technology such as Wi-Fi-equipped laptop or tablet computers and smartphones to wo ... Read »


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    • Temblor, Inc.

    • Temblor, Inc. is a tech company that provides information about earthquakes and enables users to both see what the seismic hazard is at their home, and learn about precautions to help lessen the risk. The company released a web app and a mobile app that can be found in the iTunes and Google Play stores. Temblor was fou ... Read »


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    • Toshiba SD-V394

    • The Toshiba SD-V394 is a VCR/DVD recorder made by Toshiba in 2003. It was quite popular for the time, since DVD was just barely overcoming store and rental sales at the time of its release. The VHS compatibility is able to record non-copy protected DVDs and TV programs. The TV recording was possible with hookup of the ... Read »


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    • Transparent wood composites

    • Transparent wood composites are novel wood materials which have up to 90% transparency and higher mechanical properties than wood itself, made for the really first time in 1992. When these materials are commercially available, a significant benefit is expected due to their inherent biodegradable properties since it is ... Read »


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    • WebEngage

    • WebEngage is a privately held SaaS company based out of Mumbai that develops marketing automation software for companies. Founded in 2011, it was initially an onsite engagement tool used by online businesses to engage visitors on their website. WebEngage was founded in October 2011 by Ankit Utreja and Avlesh Singh ... Read »


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    • WiTrack

    • A WiTrack is a 3-D motion tracking sensor that is capable of monitoring human body movements.This sensor is able to serve three main purposes, such functions being the following: turning on/off home appliances, tracking a lethal fall, and improving gaming experience. This new piece of technology, currently in its devel ... Read »


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