Posts Tagged: Technology

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    The Most Expensive Video Game Controller

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    Those who love to play video games want to have the most realistic experience possible which is typically only offered by looking for the items that resemble the actual items used in the games. While the Nintendo Wii tried to offer us places to put the controllers that felt similar to what you would have… Read more »

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    Innovation in Technology at Toyota

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    Over the history of automobiles in the world many companies have worked to move from a small shop that can produce a few cars a month to large factories that are capable of producing hundreds of thousands of cars each year. At every turn these companies are looking for ways to build cars faster than… Read more »

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    Another Argument for Better Electronic Security of Vehicles

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    Have you ever watched as a key fob is reprogrammed? Do you know the chip in your credit card makes it more vulnerable to theft in your wallet? The security measures we trust to help give us some convenience and security are seemingly so far behind what thieves have its laughable. While your key fob… Read more »

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    The Ethics Of Autonomous Vehicles: Who Lives, Who Dies in An Accident?

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    Autonomous vehicles are being built and tested on the roads by companies like Google, Apple, and Uber. These vehicles can drive themselves, take cues from maps, and basically replace human drivers. These social robots have a lot of power in our lives and so it is reasonable to ask, should autonomous vehicles get to decide… Read more »

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    Toyota To Play Nice With Ford?

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    Everyone knows how competitive the automotive industry can be and has been in the past. American made versus Foreign made vehicles is touted across the media in advertisements. It is a little convoluted however, as many parts on American vehicles are made abroad and vice versa. Because of this, it is interesting to see that… Read more »