Blue Origin To Simulate Lunar Gravity on Rocket Launches for NASA

Blue Origin started a collaboration with NASA last year. The space agency announced partnerships with several aerospace manufacturers.  Jeff Bezos' sub-orbital spaceflight service has goals to reduce costs. The company started using the concept of vertical-takeoff and vertical-landing in 2015. Up to this day, the company is ongoing operations to make it possible for tourists to visit outer space. Blue Origin Team Up With NASA to Simulate Lunar Gravity The...

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Disney’s NFC Tech Switch from MagicBands to MagicMobile: Is It Any Better?

Disney's MagicBands allow visitors to access a variety of services. The passive NFC technology has been around since 2002. Based on RFID, the history of NFC is traceable back to WWII. Charles Walton filed for the patent in 1983. NFC only got its name when tech companies Sony and Philips collaborated in 2002. The Disney MagicBand is an "all-in-one device" for tourists. It's available to individuals who signed up through...

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How To Moderate A Clubhouse Room: A Comprehensive Guide

Clubhouse is an Apple-device exclusive app that lets people deliver speeches in real-time to an audience. There are three types of users in the Clubhouse app: the speakers, their followers, and the rest of the audience (other listeners). Clubhouse Moderation Guide One of Clubhouse’ aims is to reduce the number of trolls invading serious discussions. That’s why it’s on an invite-only basis. But sometimes these trolls may find a way...

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How To Use iPhone’s Voice Memos App to Record Any Drop-In Audio Chat

iPhone's Voice Memos app is a user-friendly tool that allows anyone to document whatever they are saying or hearing as of the moment, using just their phone's built-in microphone. Although, some might prefer adding an external stereo microphone for a higher quality stereo recording. The Voice Memos app was one of the new features that appeared when Apple released the iPhone OS 3 update in 2009, just a couple of...

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How To Start a Club on Clubhouse – The In-App Way

Clubhouse is not designed to be exclusive but rather, the company aims to make it available for everyone. This may seem contradictory when the only way anyone can access it is when they get to be invited. Also, it looks really exclusive by nature when it seems that only a select few, most celebrities have been known to use the platform. This startup audio-based chat giant which is now categorized...

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Quilt Launches a Drop-In Audio Social Network Focus on Self Care

Quilt is created with the goal of re-humanizing social media in mind - making it feel safe and inclusive for everyone. They call themselves an "audio social network for live, supportive, feel-good conversations." Gone are the days when all that people cared about our physical appearances and lengthy text statements. Everyone needed to admit that they all missed the classic radio show and how they fell in love with how...

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What is Web Service Testing? How To Effectively Test It?

Web Services have become a preferred method in creating web applications.  It allows for development to encapsulate the production of the software on a piecemeal basis.  In this way, you can simply add new functionality without impeding with code that has already been developed. From a QA perspective, it allows testing to proceed as new Web Service are created. In most cases, once a Web Services has been created and...

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What Is Clubhouse? And How Does It Work

Five out of six people in the US report that they feel lonely. A good amount of the youth portion of this statistic uses social media. Social media and feelings of loneliness can be correlated, and one can be the cause of the other or vice versa. The only social gatherings available are now limited, no thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The loneliness pandemic now not only affects younger individuals...

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What Is Twitter Spaces? And How To Join

Following the success of the audio chat app, Clubhouse which reached the $1B dollar mark in terms of valuation in less than a year, while still on beta, Twitter recently launched Twitter Spaces for a few select individuals to participate in its beta testing. All About Spaces on Twitter Twitter Spaces described by Twitter as a "place to come together, built around the voices of the people using Twitter, your...

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Facebook Making Its Own Version of Clubhouse, The Popular Drop-in Audio Chat App

Startups that manage to hit the one billion dollar mark are so rare and finding one is almost as impossible as finding a mythical unicorn. This is why startups like the home-sharing leader, Airbnb, and video game company, Epic Games are categorized as achieving a "unicorn status" who has the potential to head in the same direction "super-unicorns" Facebook and Google are heading. What is Clubhouse's Drop-in Audio Chat App?...

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The Impact of Blockchain Technology on the World 

When it comes to modern technology, the changes that the tech space is seeing are unprecedented. Whether it is artificial intelligence, self-driving, rocket technology, or even the processing power of personal computers, technology is having more of an impact on the way we operate than ever before.  In particular, an aspect of technology that is having a significant impact on the way decentralized finance, businesses, and computer programs work is...

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Digital Transformation: Future-Proof Your Business With Technology

If there’s one thing for certain that the past couple of months proved, it would be that keeping up with tech is essential for businesses. This was already the idea even before the pandemic hit, that traditional businesses need to start considering using technology to their advantage. Not a lot found it necessary to jump on the bandwagon and now they’re scrambling to make huge changes in their operations. According...

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Speculations vs True Specs: How Did the Predictions Hold Up for the Latest iPhones

The third quarter of the year is always an exciting time for tech fans as Apple always announces their latest offerings around this time. Apple fans and tech buffs are often sent into a tizzy speculating what the tech giant has in store. Predicting what could be the new innovations tend to occupy a lot of people’s minds as the brand is known for surprising the public. For 2020, they...

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Is Blockchain Here to Stay?  A Look at The Tech’s Adoption

The world of cryptocurrency can be incredibly complicated, confronting, and confusing, however, whilst you may not be quite ready to dip your toe in the water and start to invest in Bitcoin there’s no denying the impact of crypto technologies on our lives at large.  What is Blockchain? Blockchain is a public ledger which is used to record transactions and transfers for posterity. Like all things crypto, it can be...

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Pay with a Wave of Your Hand with Amazon’s Latest Tech – Amazon One

Cashless payments are now more preferred for safety measures but not all options are convenient. Amazon One is hoping to provide the most urgent and effective solution for such demands. Ever wished that you can pay for something with just a wave of your hand? Many might never have thought of it before but the idea can be quite promising. Especially nowadays when all kinds of interactions and points of...

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The Need For Innovative Design is More Pressing Now More Than Ever

Innovative design has proven to be indispensable during the pandemic. It’s easy to think about design as just aesthetics. It’s just there to make things look pretty or a specific way to appeal to its audience. It has always been packaged that way that people tend to forget is that design is in everything, that it’s at the core of how things function. It’s an important element of how things...

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Can This New Earthquake App Save Lives When the Big One Hits?

If you live in LA—or anywhere in California for that matter—you know about the risk of earthquakes. There are 15,700 known faults in the state, and at least 500 are active. The majority of Californians live within 30 miles of an active fault. There’s a 99% chance of a 6.7-magnitude earthquake occurring within the next 30 years.  That’s basically a sure thing, so what are you going to do about...

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What Clean Technology Startups in Los Angeles are Doing About Climate Change

It’s no secret that helping out Mother Earth is one of the most promising lines of works there is today. The tasks at hand are very pressing and of great importance. There are also so many different things that can be done, making the industry ripe for the taking. As one of the most progressive places in the world, Los Angeles naturally became the home to many green and cleantech...

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