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Morgan Franklin

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(Sunrise space outer via Pixabay) It seems almost a lifetime ago that the US and Russia were locked in a desperate struggle to reach space. Fifty years hence, and it seems we .

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The Internet of Things has had a huge impact on the way many industries are approaching the future, with lots of research centred around IoT, and the success of smartwatches has shown the clear potential in wearable technology. Combining IoT with clothing makes a lot of sense, as it takes advantage of items that are on our person for long periods of the day. Over the next few years, wearable te.

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October 4th, 1957: the Soviet Union launched the very first satellite, Sputnik 1, into Space. It was the first time humanity had sent any object in to space. Twelve years later, in July 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon, paving the way for increasingly bo.

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Although there have been many smaller developments, and numerous aesthetic changes along the way, the face of transportation has looked fairly similar for the past few decades. Despite promises of hover cars, our roads are still lined with four-wheeled vehicles, trains still run on tracks, and planes are still cramped and noisy. There have been advancements, and in the next few years you can ex.

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