• Augmented Reality
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    The search for an alternative to in person work and education has led to the increased use of technologies, which has brought AR to the forefront

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  • Guided Meditation – For the Deaf?
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    Oftentimes, people struggle to cope with the busy, fast-paced world we are living in. Thousands of cars horn at each other on the streets, the heavy workload from work or school never seems to end, and most importantly people are on their screens for an excessive amount of time every day.

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  • Advertising to Kids: A Dangerous Reality
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    Advertising to kids is a dangerous, but effective strategy for companies to target a vulnerable group of people. This advertising can be blatant, but alos descirit. This strategy only highlights the positive aspects of the products and draws attention to certain aspects of product or experience.

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  • Huawei’s Continuing Push of Self-Reliance
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    Huawei has seen its fair share of opposition from the U.S. government and market. While President Donald Trump made the decision to cut off Huawei from U.S. technologies, the Chinese technology company continues to press on with its “U.S. Independence” plan.

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  • Wind Power’s Significance to Our Future
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    Will wind power become a key factor for our so planned “green” future? With global warming not seeming to stop, more and more people are starting to care about our planet every day. Although fossil fuel power stations have been our major source for electricity, due to their greenhouse emissions, they are not considered viable […]

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  • Future of the MAX Series
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    On March 13, 2019, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that the United States would ground all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 jets. This was in response to the Lion Air and Ethiopian Air crashes, which happened only five months apart. The U.S. was actually one of the last countries to do so, being behind […]

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  • Will Lab-Grown Meat Solve Climate Change?
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    In 2013, the first lab-grown burger was cooked and eaten at a press conference for a hefty price of $330,000. The event marked the first use of cellular agriculture, a method of growing animal cells artificially in a lab to make meat from scratch. Since then the technology hasn’t changed too much, but hundreds of […]

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  • Electric Cars and Solar Space Stations
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    The great inventor Nikola Tesla once envisioned a world of unlimited wireless access to electricity. In 2017, scientists at Stanford University nearly achieved Tesla’s dreams by creating a new method of wirelessly transmitting electricity to nearby moving objects. The technology works by sending electricity through wires which create an oscillating magnetic field. This field then […]

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