FTN DAILY EDITION #109 — Touch what you see, protect what you see, find something new.
Russian scammers beat slot gaming machines.
The machines have no easy technical fix.
A promo video for Intel’s manufacturing processes.
Boxes of twenty-five total, 12 inch in diameter silicon wafers have to be transported within Intel manufacturing facilities around the world using the AMHS (automated material handling system).
Indian activists teach responsible surfing.
Over the past year, free and open source communities in India have built a campaign to increase public understanding of online privacy issues both with online and public outreach events.
New and hot
The best products launched in January 2017.
…from fast electric cars to AI-powered time tracking apps to a sneak peak into the future of the web browser…
World at your fingertips
Ultrasound makes it possible to “touch” virtual objects.
You can touch this holographic globe.
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