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Chip and PIN Cards Finally Winning Acceptance in Retail Sector

NEWS ANALYSIS: Holiday season shoppers will now be able to buy things more securely as acceptance of cards with EMV chips grows, but real payment card security is still a long way off.

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First Object Produced on a 3D Printer During Earth Orbit

The part, a faceplate for the printer itself, was produced on the 3D printer that is now aboard the International Space Station. The project is just the start for more plans to print things in space.

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Silicon Valley Needs Counseling for Its God Complex

NEWS ANALYSIS: Silicon Valley Internet companies are all too willing to monitor, manipulate and experiment with their customers, displaying God-like indifference to their human rights and privacy.

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Smartphone Users Adopt Video Calling, Especially Among the Young

Video calling uptake is slanted toward early adopters but shows encouraging signs of expansion across all consumer segments, the report noted.

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Millennials Who Own Small Businesses Optimistic About Economy

Millennials are the most optimistic, with 93 percent believing they will meet their target, compared to 80 percent of Gen-Xers and 73 percent of Boomers.

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Synology Launches DiskStation DS215j NAS Server

The appliance supports up to 10 channels of simultaneous high-definition footage streaming at 240 frames per second (FPS) in 720p.

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Chip and PIN Cards Finally Winning Acceptance in Retail Sector

NEWS ANALYSIS: Holiday season shoppers will now be able to buy things more securely as acceptance of cards with EMV chips grows, but real payment card security is still a long way off.

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First Object Produced on a 3D Printer During Earth Orbit

The part, a faceplate for the printer itself, was produced on the 3D printer that is now aboard the International Space Station. The project is just the start for more plans to print things in space.

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Silicon Valley Needs Counseling for Its God Complex

NEWS ANALYSIS: Silicon Valley Internet companies are all too willing to monitor, manipulate and experiment with their customers, displaying God-like indifference to their human rights and privacy.

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Smartphone Users Adopt Video Calling, Especially Among the Young

Video calling uptake is slanted toward early adopters but shows encouraging signs of expansion across all consumer segments, the report noted.

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Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 810 Developer Devices

The mobile chip maker wants to give device and software makers a look at the upcoming ARM-based 64-bit SoCs aimed at smartphones and tablets.

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