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Spotify May Play Music to Your Heart Rate

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January 20, 2014
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The online music service and app, 'Spotify', may use sensors to measure users' heart rates to select appropriate music. The goal is to automatically generate playlists without user interaction based on activities like running or driving, and possibly even sleeping. Andrew Dymburt (@CantPinTheDym) has more.


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Wearable Technology Is Going To The Dogs With Voyce

Wearable Technology Is Going To The Dogs With Voyce

TheStreet (June 25, 2014) — Wearable technology has gone to the dogs. No, really, Voyce has designed a wearable device for dogs that measures a range of key vital signs like heart rate and respiratory rate. The device also tracks the dog's sleeping patterns and activity levels. Voyce's online tool that displays the data also provides a library of information if you have questions about your dog's vital signs. The collar is lightweight and not much heavier or bigger than a normal collar. Unfortunately, it doesn't say what your dog is thinking, but our guess is that he just wants another treat or go for a walk. Video provided by TheStreet
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New Volkswagen App Turns Car Into Musical Instrument

New Volkswagen App Turns Car Into Musical Instrument

Buzz60 (Dec. 3, 2013) — A new app from Volkswagen and British music legends Underworld turns your car into a musical instrument. It makes music directly to the beat of your drive. Accelerate, and you might hear some fast moving drums. Make a sharp turn, and maybe you'll hear cascading scales. Andrew Dymburt has the story.
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Yellen: Regulation Should Be Main Financial Stability Tool

Yellen: Regulation Should Be Main Financial Stability Tool

Reuters - Business Video Online (July 2, 2014) — Fed Chair Janet Yellen says regulation, and not rate policy, needs to play the lead role in fighting excessive financial risk-taking. Bobbi Rebell reports. Video provided by Reuters
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NASA EDGE: Regolith Mining Competition

NASA EDGE: Regolith Mining Competition

NASA (Sep. 16, 2013) — Transcript Featuring: Regolith Mining Competition 2013 - Student Team Leads - Rob Mueller - Eric Reiners - Jim Heise [Music] ANNOUNCER: The regolith mining competition. NASA's 4th annual event, challenging college students from around the world to design and build a robot, then navigate their way to success. This contest may require a little more than just the force to become victorious. Which teams have the right stuff? Find out next on NASA EDGE. [Music]
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