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Has Israel invented how future cars will be built?

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Automotive companies are slow to change. The basic design of the automobile has not really changed in over 120 years. Now, thanks to an Israeli start-up, cars are about to look, and ...

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Israel uses solar in plan to gain energy independence

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Israel is hoping to become a world leader in per capita net energy produced by renewable means. The country of almost 9 million officially marked the starting of operations of the nation’s ...

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Severe burns after generic phone charger touches necklace

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A young woman suffered severe neck burns after her necklace came in contact with her generic cell phone charger, prompting experts to warn about the potential dangers of using these products. The ...

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Google researcher: Make search index a public utility

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A psychologist who has spent years researching Google’s massive influence has suggested a way for the tech giant to avoid potentially crippling government intervention. The solution, a significant sacrifice for Google, would be ...

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Remembering the Moon landing

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On July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 mission first put a man on the moon and has become an iconic moment in American history, and 50 years later, the nation hopes to reach further. ...

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Meds, social media linked to Gen Z suicide rise?

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Gen Z suicide rates have spiked to the highest level in nearly two decades for that age range. A report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association says it’s now ...

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Be My Eyes app lets volunteers help the blind

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A new app developed to aid the blind in completing daily tasks actually uses complete strangers to make it work. It is an example of Galatians 6:2 which reads, “Carry each other’s ...

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Tariffs working as Apple moves factories from China

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American media scoffed when President Donald Trump suggested American companies would move factories out of China as a result of new tariffs. Now, one of the largest companies in the world is ...

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Tablet burns through mattress as child sleeps

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An 11-year-old British boy had a “lucky escape” when a tablet burned through his mattress down to the springs, but never developed into a full fire as it continued to smolder as ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley confronts foreign espionage

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Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) on June 18 introduced legislation aimed at protecting sensitive national security-related academic research from theft by foreign intelligence services from countries such as China, Russia, and Iran. The legislation ...

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Twitter suspends account for exposing Pinterest labeling pro-life group as porn

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Twitter temporarily suspended Project Veritas’s account Wednesday after the group published internal documents from Pinterest and alleged they show the company suppressing a pro-life organization. Project Veritas shared documents Tuesday on Twitter ...

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One in seven kids online contacted by predators

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Almost 1,700 suspected child sex predators were arrested by Law enforcement officers across the United States during April and May, the Department of Justice announced June 11. Specialized Internet Crimes Against Children ...

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Elaine Beck is on a mission to unite Christians with new social media app

Elaine Beck is on a mission to unite Christians. But her efforts are not alone as ministries push for harmony in today’s often divided church. Ministries host events for people of different locations, ...

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Kim Komando: Better sleep with the right technology

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Most of us know about “circadian rhythms” and the “sleep cycle.” We have a basic idea of REM, and know it’s not best to wake up during a “deep sleep.” But all ...

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China’s Big Brother tightens grip on society

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The book “1984” by George Orwell is being  played out in Communist China with big brother everywhere. The Chinese Communist Party is using advanced technology to secure government control over the lives ...

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Toddler electrocuted putting phone charger in mouth

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Most people absentmindedly keep phone chargers plugged in, even when they are not charging a phone. That danger is now more apparent after a 2-year-old child was electrocuted after she put a phone ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley takes on big tech with privacy bill

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As Attorney General of Missouri, Josh Hawley took on big tech and social media companies and Google over privacy issues. He investigated Google for potential violations of the state’s consumer-protection and antitrust ...

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SpaceX to launch first of 6,000 internet satellites this week

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SpaceX wants to beam cheap broadband internet all over the planet. It’s gearing up for the first crucial step toward making that a reality. Elon Musk’s rocket company will try to deliver a ...

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Japan tests world’s fastest bullet train

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Japan has started testing its fastest-ever bullet train—capable of reaching 249 mph (400 kph)—as it continues to develop the revolutionary mode of travel. The ALFA-X version of the Shinkansen train began three years’ ...

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Alexa spying on users worse than ‘East German Police’

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Would you let a stranger eavesdrop in your home and keep the recordings? For most people, the answer is, “Are you crazy?” Yet that’s essentially what Amazon has been doing to millions ...

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ADHD 7 times higher in preschoolers who get over 2 hours screentime

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Preschoolers who spend more than two hours per day with screentime on smartphones and tablets are seven times more likely to develop the symptoms of ADHD, according to shocking new research. The ...

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Israeli scientists create first 3D print of a heart

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The first 3D print of a complete heart was disclosed by Israeli scientists on Monday. The Tel Aviv University researchers called it a “major medical breakthrough,” advancing options for transplants even though ...

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Social media companies don’t like pro-life message

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Multiple pro-life supporters have seen their posts removed in another round of censorship from popular social media sites Instagram and Facebook. Recently, Christian satire site founder Adam Ford and pro-life filmmakers Nick ...

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Feds wait too long, so state AGs begin their move against tech giants

It has become increasingly apparent over the years that the major Silicon Valley-based tech companies have tried to straddle the line between being open platforms for the sharing of information or biased ...

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Topeka man helping people see Pilots games through the eyes of players

A Topeka man has come up with new technology that offers a new way to watch hockey. Austin Wright started his company Experience FPV in January, and it offers a new experience. ...

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