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FCC Fines Drone FPV Maker for Using Radio Spectrum

If you listen to the radio bands in the United States, you might wonder if anyone at the FCC is paying attention, or if they are too busy selling spectrum and regulating the Internet. Apparently however, they are watching some things. The commission just levied a $180,000 fine on a company in Florida for selling audio/visual transmitters that use the ham bands as well as other frequencies. The FCC charged that Lumenier Holdco LLC (formerly known as FPV Manuals LLC) was…

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3D printing a key to save the day

The parents of redditor odin917 were away on vacation, and he needed to get into their mailbox. They had the only key with them. So they emailed him a picture of it, and he 3D-printed a copy of the key — which worked. As is obvious by now, leaving pictures of your keys online is a huge security risk, because it’s so easy to turn a snapshot into a 3D model. But as Hackaday points out, this is the first…

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10 Top Tech Gifts for Globetrotters and World Travelers

If you’ve got a friend, partner, or family member who’s a passionate traveler, one of the best Christmas gifts you can get them is a piece of technology that’ll let them enjoy their hobby even more. But where do you start? It all depends on how much you want to spend and what the person enjoys doing while they are globetrotting. So, here’s the MakeUseOf-approved guide to the top ten tech gifts for the intrepid international adventurer in your life.…

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How to Only Print an Area in Microsoft Excel

You should always set a print area on Microsoft Excel sheets before feeding them to the printer. It helps to present your data with a focus on the important bits only. Plus, why include unnecessary rows and columns and make the printout more unwieldy than it already is? Excel can be a bit scary for most people, but don’t worry. You will pick up this basic spreadsheet printing skill in one minute flat. How to Set a Print Area in Microsoft…

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Keep cell phones away from your body, warns the California Department of Public Health – BGR

How far away is your cell phone from you right now as you read this? Is it sitting right next to you on your desk or your bedside table? Is it in your pocket? Either way, no matter how badly you think you need your smartphone within arm’s length at all times, you could be doing significant long-term damage to your body. The scientific community has yet to reach a consensus on the severity of exposure to radio frequency energy…

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Old Scanner Finds New Life In DIY PCB Fab

Cheap, high-quality PCBs are truly a wonder of our age. That a professionally fabricated board with silkscreen and solder mask can be ordered online and delivered to your door has lowered the bar between a hobbyist project and a polished product. But the wait can be agonizing, and it can throw a wrench into the iterative design process. What to do? [Andras Kabai] knows the answer to that, and this former flatbed scanner turned into a UV exposer is the centerpiece…

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Microsoft’s WebTV returns as Firefox for Amazon Fire TV

Surfing the web on your television is hardly new. In fact, WebTV (later renamed MSNTV) launched over 20 years ago. If you don’t remember that device, it was essentially a box that connected to a television and let people surf the web and access email. It was marketed towards those that were adverse to buying or using a full-fledged computer, such as grandma and pop-pop. Over time, its popularity decreased, and ultimately, the service was shutdown by its eventual owner…

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How “One-Man Power Station” Inspired Mitsubishi Electric To Change Lives

One of the most perennial problems that plague Myanmar is its constant electricity outages. A large proportion of the population does not enjoy the basic access to constant electricity. They are driven by this shortage to experiment with newer ways to generate their own light to serve their daily purposes and run their everyday lives without hassle. Even in the absence of reliable power, people still strive to earn their living. Not having enough light around makes jobs cumbersome and…

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30 awesome Irish start-ups to watch in 2018

The potency and quality of Irish start-ups is world class and if this year is anything to go by, Irish start-ups straddling the worlds of AI, e-commerce, fintech, medtech, educatech and more are set to shine in 2018. The Irish start-up scene is gaining momentum and the proof of the quality of any entrepreneurial ecosystem is the variety of technologies and the scale of funding levels. Our selection of start-ups to watch this year was governed by originality of approach…

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Chrome 64 Beta is available, blocks redirecting ads and more

Chrome 64 comes out next month, and in the usual flow of all things Chrome, that means that we’ve got a beta a month ahead to try it out. The headline feature? Built-in blocking of redirecting ads, enabled by default, to make your browsing experience more enjoyable. Of course there’s other stuff too, including a white navigation bar for Android 8.1, and smaller changes behind the scenes. The ad-blocking is the headline of the story though. Since November, we’ve been…

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