Wisconsin company Three Square Market threw a “chip party” for company employees on Tuesday, implanting microchip technology into their workers, making them the first US Company to do so, and drawing in plenty of interest and controversy from around the nation. The technology has many potential benefits, including storing medical records and making purchases easier, and could eliminate the need to carry a wallet entirely. However, some are worried that chips will track users.
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Infrastructure reform is one of the Trump administration's top priorities for 2018, so when will we see a bill from Congress? Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao joins "Red & Blue" to discuss what that bill might...
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Many animals incorporate vivid displays to attract members of the opposite sex, but scientists recently discovered the first one known to incorporate a full rainbow’s worth of colors.
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Technology Video news - Japanese folding car could solve parking space problem
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Russian scientists teamed up with Special Forces in Voronezh on Tuesday to test a special quadcopter which they claim is controlled entirely by one's eye movements. At the heart of the technology is an augmented reali...