UC Irvine Accidentally Invents a Battery that Lasts Forever – The Drive

What do Viagra, popsicles, Corn Flakes, Ivory soap, the kitchen microwave, and champagne have in common? They were all discovered by accident. Add ultra-long-lasting nanowire batteries to that list, thanks to a team of researchers at the University of California Irvine. via Pocket
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UC Irvine Considers Curriculum Change to Help Students Cope With ‘White Supremacist’ President – InsideSources

No one would call the University of California at Irvine a conservative school. In fact, few would likely even deem it “moderate.” Still, it is regarded as a strong school academically, with a high ranking from U.S. via Pocket
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Why do Chinese websites look so busy? | Econsultancy

Anyone who has worked with a Chinese company or had to run a campaign in China knows that their design sense is different. One thing that jumps out the most though, is that their websites look very ‘busy’. Why is that?   via Pocket
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Sen. Cotton: Trump Will Likely Take a Tougher Line on Russia – Defense One

The U.S. needs to take a harder line against Russia, said Sen. Tom Cotton, whose name is being batted around as a possible defense secretary. via Pocket
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Chinese tourist town uses face recognition as an entry pass | New Scientist

Who needs tickets when you have a face? From today, the ticketed tourist town of Wuzhen in China is using face-recognition technology to identify people staying in its hotels and to act as their entry pass through the gates of the attraction. via Pocket
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Project Glass and the epic history of wearable computers | The Verge

Growing up, my mom would take me and my siblings to the library once a week. When I graduated past Curious George and Boxcar Children books, I began to haunt the magazine racks. via Pocket
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Apple is reportedly testing a set of augmented reality glasses

According to Apple insiders, Cupertino’s next foray into the quickly expanding wearables market will be digital, augmented reality glasses. via Pocket
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