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wood building in the U.S. approved for construction


Wood construction may find new life in taller buildings based on this new technology. Timber is becoming an increasingly attractive construction material thanks to advances in wood-binding technologies. This week, city officials in Portland, Oregon, approved a construction permit for the United States’ first all-wood high-rise. The developer is set to begin …

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EA Sports has announced that FIFA 18 will launch on September 29 for all platforms, with Cristiano Ronaldo on the cover


FIFA 18 will hit a slew of platforms September 29, but the Switch version will be missing a key feature. EA Sports announced that FIFA 18 will launch September 29 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. The date aligns with EA Sports’ tradition …

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World’s First Railless Train Unveiled in China

China has unveiled its first railless train that runs on rubber tires instead rails which is part of the intelligent rail express system. The world’s first railless train The world’s first railless train, developed by the CRRC Zhuzhou Institute Co. Ltd, was unveiled in Central China’s Hunan province on Friday. …

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You can install a beta version of Android O on your phone right now


Android O packs improvements like AI-powered notifications, improved Bluetooth audio, better battery life, and more. Here’s what you can expect. We’ve updated the language in this post to reflect the availability of the Android O beta.  Android Oreo, anyone? Or maybe Android Oatmeal Cookie? Whatever Google ends up calling Android O, …

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You can now attach a fidget spinner to your iPhone 7 and 7 Plus


If you’re in the market for a new iPhone 7 case that simultaneously acts as a stress reliever, the Olixar Fidget Spinner is the perfect choice. What do you get when you combine Apple’s latest iPhone and one of the hottest trends of 2017?  A phone case complete with a handy-dandy fidget …

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Artificial intelligence will track whether you’re paying attention in class


If you find yourself daydreaming during class, Nestor could help you regain your focus and help professors improve the least-engaging parts of their lecture. You may have gotten away with staring off into space during your college years, but alas, the students of tomorrow may not be so lucky. In …

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