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By: Kathleen Pulver, “Facebook Live” was created with the intention of allowing users to engage more thoroughly with their followers, connect with others instantaneously, and tell stories their own way.[1] Many used the Facebook live function to stream real time shots of protests and marches surrounding this year’s inauguration, and the weeks that followed, including

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By: Genevieve deGuzman, The race to develop autonomous technology has led to the fast-growing rise of autonomous or self-driving cars. Automakers, technology companies, startups, and even governments are getting involved.[1] So how do these self-driving cars actually work? Each automaker uses different technology for their cars, but these cars use either computer vision-based detection or

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  By: Eleanor Faust,   Reports have surfaced that in the days preceding President Trump’s executive order effectuating an immigration ban, the Center for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) filed legal complaints concerning hostile interrogations by Customs and Border Patrol agents.[1] The complaints allege that the agents demanded the travelers unlock their phones and provide them with

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By: Victoria Linney Amazon Echo is a hands free speaker that is controlled by your voice.[1] Echo answers to the name Alexa, and plays music, reads audiobooks aloud, gives headlines, and does so much more.[2] But, is one of Alexa’s “skills” the ability to help solve a murder? This question is being asked in connection

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By: Courtney Gilmore,   The much-anticipated public offering has finally been filed as of February 2.[1] Snapchat, formally known as Snap Inc., has officially requested a spot on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol SNAP.[2] The company took advantage of the JOBS Act (Jumpstart Our Business Startups), which allows companies with less

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