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Tapping Into Your Bike's Brains To Make You A Two-Wheeled Tony Stark

16 minutes agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

We've seen a spate of "smart" helmets that incorporate tiny screens to show everything from navigation to rearview camera feeds, but none of them pull data from the motorcycle's onboard computer. A couple of Intel engineers decided to change that with a new chipset and a smartphone app that answers to "Hello Jarvis." Read more...

ETF Market Vital Signs, March 3: Fatigue Sets In

Markets on Tuesday were bleak and slow moving, not unlike the parka-wearing toilers navigating slushy Manhattan streets. Asian stocks were first to feel inflammation in overnight trading. Pessimism spread to Europe, then the U.S. Defensive shares of U.S. utilities rebounded while growth-sensitive corners of the market fell. The Treasury bond market appeared to be squeezed [...]

7 More Viral Photos That Are Totally Fake

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Hundreds of images flash in front of our eyes each week as we navigate this strange machine we call the internet. But sometimes those images are lying to us. The following lies are culled from the bits and bytes that came through the tubes over the past few weeks. Read more...

IKEA Introduces Furniture With an Exciting New Twist

Post by Liz Alterman. I love IKEA. Sure, you need an engineering degree to put together a simple chest of drawers and the patience of Mother Teresa to navigate the maze that is the Swedish superstore, but still, you can find some pretty amazing things there. Show More Summary

Curious Siamese Cat Tries to Figure Out How to Navigate a Treadmill From Every Possible Angle

2 hours agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Ignoramusky (previously) has posted a wonderful video of a very curious Siamese cat repeatedly attempting to navigate a working treadmill from every possible angle. In the end, however, the frustrated feline gives up and just attacks the uncooperative machine.

Food Navigator’s special issue on breakfast cereals, plus additions

First see Bloomberg News on Who killed Tony the Tiger: How Kellogg lost breakfast (February 26)Next, see what’s happening to breakfast from the point of view of the food industry. What’s for breakfast? Re-inventing the first meal of the day On paper, breakfast cereal ticks all the right boxes. It’s quick, great value for money, and nutritious […]

Newswire: IFC stops being cool, cancels Garfunkel And Oates

In disappointing news for fans of comedy shows starring a quirky, fantasy sequence-prone female duo navigating their careers and relationships in the big city—but with less raunchy sex talk and more adorable songs—IFC has canceled Garfunkel And Oates after just one season. Show More Summary

SXSW app will put you where the action is in Austin

App is a must-have to navigate this month's huge music, film and technology conference.        

Whitetail Deer: Bucks and Coyotes Navigate Deep Snow in Northeast

After we published two blog posts by Craig Dougherty recently here on BBZ—Will Winter Wipe Out Your Deer Herd? and Feeding Deer? The Ugly Winter of 2015—Dougherty received this note and the below photographs from a hunting buddy in Rochester, N.Y. Show More Summary

Waze app will start displaying AMBER Alerts to help find missing children

The new feature for the social-themed navigation app should help with spreading the word about children who are either missing or have been abducted.

New Nook App For Android

6 hours agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

NOOK has unveiled a new Reading App for Android users, specifically designed with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK in mind. The 4.0 edition of the app features a new designed home screen along with updated navigation that mass it easier to browse books. Show More Summary

How Do You Start a Breakup Talk?

When you know that it is time for your relationship to end, you have a tough conversation ahead. If you want to stay friends with your soon-to-be ex, the talk can be even more difficult to navigate. What is the best way to begin this talk? Read more...

Home Energy Management Revenue Set To Hit $22 Billion

New numbers from Navigant Research, examining the regional and global trends in the home energy management market, have predicted the industry to generate more than $22 billion in revenue from 2014 to 2023. “Competition is heating up...Show More Summary

Wind Turbine Blade Design Rapidly Evolving

A new report from Navigant Research has concluded that innovation and lean manufacturing are resulting in the rapid evolution of blade design and manufacture, allowing wind turbine vendors to meet “future challenges” and helping them...Show More Summary

Waze Becomes One Of Google’s Pre-Installation Options For Android Devices

Crowdsourced driving navigation app Waze is getting a boost from parent company Google at this year’s Mobile World Congress – the free app is now included in the section of apps that make up Google Mobile Services, or the pre-installation software bundle Google offers to smartphone and device OEMs building Android gadgets. Show More Summary

This Experimental Bicycle Is Actually A Revolutionary Navigation System

23 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Remember when Google Maps started letting you compare travel time between "driving, walking, public transport?" Probably not, because we take it for granted. Now Ford is experimenting with a vehicle-and-nav-system pairing that's just as versatile. Read more...

The Internet of Anything: A Shortcut to Your Drone License

SkyWard helps drone pilots navigate local regulations. The post The Internet of Anything: A Shortcut to Your Drone License appeared first on WIRED.

'Chasing Life's' Haley Ramm: Brenna's abortion reveal 'explains a lot'

In "Chasing Life's" first season, Brenna (Haley Ramm) has been struggling just as much her sister April (Italia Ricci).She's trying to navigate the complex relationship with Greer (Gracie Dzienny), which is made tougher by Greer's parents' forbidding the two girls to see each other. Show More Summary

Sleep-walking neurons: Brain's GPS never stops working – even during sleep

Navigational brain cells that help sense direction are as electrically active during deep sleep as they are during wake time, scientists have discovered. Such information could be useful in treating navigational problems associated with Alzheimer's disease and other neurological disorders.

Can a ‘quantum compass’ help birds navigate via magnetic field?

The remarkable abilities of birds to navigate using Earth's minute magnetic field are now widely believed to depend on a biological quantum compass.

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