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Edible Utensils

https://www.techinasia.com/bakeys-worlds-first-edible-spoons Bakeys is a company based in India founded by Narayana Peesapaty. Bakeys was founded because there was concerns from Narayana regarding the rapidly depleting availability of water in India, largely due to the overproduction of rice. He wanted to make grains like millet, which required less water to cultivate, ...

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Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon Support Renewable Energy Sources

Have you ever wondered how corporations like Apple, who create numerous technological innovations yearly, ensure that they contribute to help protect the environment? Although technology makes our lives more efficient, the goal of these technological advancements is usually not to protect or save our environment. However, businesses are still responsible ...

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Uber vs. Lyft

  http://www.pcmag.com/article/342994/lyfts-gm-deal-takes-uber-battle-up-a-notch Due to the increased demand of ridesharing drivers, people are willing to do whatever it takes to try to get involved in the industry in anyway they that they are able to. However, a large problem with some people being able to get involved with the industry is ...

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Update Your Car!

As technology develops and becomes more advanced, we must consider the possible effects and problems that may arise. Recently, cars have become the latest example of this problem. The FBI has began warning people about possible software hacks within their cars from internet hackers. Many cars now incorporate internet technology, including ...

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Seabins Tackle Marine Pollution

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3370235/The-ocean-VACUUM-sucks-rubbish-oil-waterways-2-500-Seabins-trap-floating-debris-coastlines.html The ocean is the biggest habitat on Earth for our marine wildlife. It is home to millions of species and an essential part of our existence. However, the ocean has been polluted by trash and garbage, and now there is almost 270,000 tons of garbage floating atop our ocean. ...

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