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  • Software and hardware are flourishing designed to prevent drunk or stoned drivers from operating vehicles.Personal Tech,Alcohol intoxication,alcohol-impaired driver,anti-drunk driving technology,Blood alcohol content,Breathalyzer,Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,Chuck Schumer,Designated driver,Driving under the influence,Drunk driving,facial monitoring systems,Japan,New York,Nissan,non-invasive breath technology,Osaka,Tokyo,United States,West Japan Railway,Juliana Kenny
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    Android One aims to target the three biggest inhibitors for mobile device adoption.Personal Tech,Africa,Android,Android One,Caesar Sengupta,Egypt,Ghana,Google,India,Indonesia,Infinix,Ivory Coast,Kenya,mobile device,Morocco,Nigeria,operating systems,Philippines,Samsung,smartphone,YouTube,Juliana Kenny

    Published Date : Aug 19, 2015, 4:22 PM EDT
  • New Delhi's move to block 857 adult sites has sparked outrage and speculation over the country's censorship policies.Personal Tech,censorship,china,Facebook,India,internet access,Internet service providers,ISP,Japan,Jyoti Singh,N.N. Kaul,New Delhi,Pornography,Pornography law,privacy,Singapore,social media,South Korea,United States,Vietnam,virtual private networks,web censorship,Juliana Kenny
    Published Date : Aug 03, 2015, 5:19 PM EDT
  • Some technology companies are developing crowd-sourced data to publish maps of city-wide incidents of violence.Personal Tech,Abuse,Asia,crowd-sourced technology,Domestic violence,Egypt,Feminism,Gender-based violence,harassmap,India,New Delhi,safecity,safetipin,Violence,Violence against women,Juliana Kenny
    Published Date : Jul 23, 2015, 3:44 PM EDT
  • The British government is making significant moves to be a part of the burgeoning driverless car scene. Personal Tech,Autonomous car,British government,Chris Urmson,data recording device,driverless car,driverless car project,driverless car technology,Ford,Google,Google driverless car,Mercedes,self-driving car,Tata Motors,Tesla,Toyota,United Kingdom,United States,University of Michigan,Volvo,Juliana Kenny
    Published Date : Jul 20, 2015, 3:05 PM EDT
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    Technology editor Juliana Kenny analyses the Ashley Madison hack, and the scary fact that all too often the internet fosters an environment hostile to women that is reminiscent of real-life rape culture.Personal Tech,Abuse,Ashley Madison,Debby Herbenick,Gender studies,Gender-based violence,Josh Duggar,online dating,online dating sites,online gaming world,Sex crimes,Sexual harassment,Stalking,Juliana Kenny

    Published Date : Aug 28, 2015, 3:49 PM EDT

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