The Internet is full of information, and sometimes, it needs to be regulated. But where should we draw the line?

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Internet censorship is used to prevent people from viewing certain content (Credit: G2 Learning Hub)


We might be able to charge smartwatches by moving in the near future.

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A picture of the device (Picture Credit: SciTechDaily)


In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to set up, create, and deploy a Discord bot using Discord.js.

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Video version of this tutorial can be found here

Prerequisites


Learn how to create a Windows Bootable USB on Linux without using WoeUSB or any other external software.

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Windows and Linux (Picture Credit: The Verge)

Prerequisites


Researchers have developed a skin-like device that can perform many of the functions of a Fitbit.

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‘Electronic skin’ shown on someone’s wrist like smartwatch (Picture Credit: University of Colorado Boulder)


A team of researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a $1 hearing aid.

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Saad Bhamla constructs prototype of low-cost hearing aid (Picture Credit: Georgia Tech)


Employers love it, and you should too.

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React.js logo (Picture Credit: React.js)


NASA isn’t worried, and you shouldn’t be either.

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Asteroid (Picture Credit: NY Daily News)


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Oculus Logo (Picture Credit: Oculus)

Starting from October 2020, you’ll need a Facebook account to use Oculus products.


Researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology have created the world’s first prosthetic eye.

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A cool picture of the human eye (Picture Credit: Dr. Manahel Thabet)

Nithil Krishnaraj

Co-founder and Writer of TechTalkers. Learning about technology and photography are my passions!

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