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In which moment did we arrive to that life we used to make fun on The Jetsons? The family of the future has become into the almost present one. CES 2017 dedicated a considerable space to robotic gadgets and...
For any kid that grew up in the 80s or 90s, Nintendo was the go-to gaming entertainment. They kept coming back with wave after wave of innovation, like the Wii console in 2006. Now, the Japan-based company is about...
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GPS tracking your kid: Modern day helicopter parents crossed the line

From big bad wolves to online predators, there has never been a time when the helpless children of the world have not been under threat. At least this is the Dead Parrot Defense made...
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NASA’s laser powered engine could get us to Mars in 3 days

Space travel is nothing new to us Earthlings. However, the more we discover, the more curious we get. So curious, that scientists are beginning to develop better ways to travel in space. NASA scientist...

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TeeChip Review: Quality you can trust

This is a sponsored post written by TechDigg on behalf of TeeChip.Com for IZEA. All opinions are 100% ours. From the deep dark days of the 1970s (at least so I am told) ‘Do It Yourself’...
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Android co-founder wants to take on Apple with new smartphone ‘Essential’

Every time we walk into a store to upgrade our phones, we are met with a multitude of options to choose from when deciding on our next device. In the past decade, we have...
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OfficeTime tracking and billing software keeps your day productive

Running a small business can be daunting when it comes to keeping records and the paperwork, especially for small businesses and freelancers. The administrative side of a business may require more workforce, and that...
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Lego Boost will teach kids how to bring blocks to life with code

It is not shocking anymore to see the children far and wide, even from as young as three years old, using tablets or smartphones like a pro. Since their arrival, kids are exposed and...
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Here’s what would happen if you fell through the center of the Earth

Drilling a hole through the entire Earth is one of those things that seems entirely possible but has never been attempted. This means that scientists can only create theoretical scenarios in an attempt to...
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Welcome to TechDigg Sponsorship! We believe we have so many great things to offer you and to help your product or service grow. First, a little bit about TechDigg and why we do it! TechDigg...
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No more wine stains with this wine repellent shirt

Thanks to creative minds and ever-changing technology, we have some great inventions and gadgets out there. Now there is a growing niche for inventions that may make a huge difference in our everyday lives,...
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Microchips lined with human cells could be the end of animal testing

As the old adage goes, “necessity is the mother of invention”. Scientists for a long period of time have battled with the challenges of prompt testing of pharmaceutical innovations and disease modeling without risking...
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World’s first hacker saved millions of lives in WWII

War is a situation where two sides flex their Amery and ammunition with no clear point in the battle. History has shown that war often led to both sides losing. But often these disasters...
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According to astronomers, ‘mystery object’ will whizz by Earth late 2017

The truth is out there, or so said television producer Chris Carter in the early-1990s in the opening credits of the cult hit paranormal/action series The X-Files. A declamation which may prove to be...
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Teenager creates laser drone to zap landmines from the sky

An anti-landmine, laser drone that detects and defuses landmines from the sky is what may happen when the innocence and intelligence merge on the fresh brain of a bright, naïve 14 years old schoolboy....
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[PHOTOS] Top 5 weirdest tech from CES 2017

The Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) launches every year in Vegas. It's like a technological kick-off to the new year every January. CES never ceases to amaze the thousands of attendees that travel from all...
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Change with the times or die trying

From the death of the cog, to the plight of auto workers to the predicted ruination of the Millennial generation, technology has been implicated, often falsely, in some very dastardly deeds from the very...
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These shoes have a dirty little secret

Research statistics show that only 28 percent of homeowners clean their houses daily. This is down 6 percent from the previous years. From such dropping numbers, one can only assume that this weird invention...
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The airbag patented by a parent after dangerous near collision

Many inventions are a result of someone needing something to perform a task in a more practical, efficient, or quicker way. But we also have many inventions that were made for our protection, and...
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‘Au Revior’ Moon: What would Earth be like with no moon?

Constantly without fail, the most conspicuous celestial night sky object has diligently illuminated the dark night skies for ages. It has been on duty for nearly 4.5 billion years! Scientists’ postulate that the moon...
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This wind powered device can produce gallons of clean water from the air

The Earth’s freshwater resources are gradually dwindling. With only 3% of the water being fresh water, the demand outstrips the supply and depletion due to various reasons and will eventually lead to a scarcity...
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Futuristic 3 mile high skyscraper will clean the air around it

Architecture has been one of the most innovative sections of technology for a long time, as stated by the Pyramids of Egypt almost 3000 BC  - and it is still evolving. A manufacturing company...
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Finally a vaccine to protect us from the common cold

The common cold is a viral infection that has no cure to date. It affects the respiratory tract mainly the nose and can cause significant discomfort and is characterized by sneezing, coughing, a runny...