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Rear-seat entertainment (RSE) systems composed of DVD players mated to front headrest- or headlinermounted LCD screens and wireless headphones are changing. Now greater in-vehicle connectivity and connected services, and consumers’ preference for streaming video content, has automakers and their suppliers revamping RSE for a wider audience.

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The world is no longer flat, says Henrik I. Christensen, the closing keynote speaker at AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems 2015.

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A preview of Georgia Tech's upcoming Symposium on Design and Wearable Technology.

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The world is no longer flat, says Henrik I. Christensen, the closing keynote speaker at AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems 2015.

Christensen, director of Georgia Tech’s Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, said economist Thomas Friedman’s theory that low wages and cheap transportation means that products can be built anywhere is no longer holding true.

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A preview of Georgia Tech's upcoming Symposium on Design & Wearable Technology.

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Annie Anton joins WRAS' 'On Second Thought' to discuss the state of cybersecurity in Georgia.

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Back when HITECH was passed, spurring the construction of the electronic health records foundation we now have today, I predicted we would unleash an explosion of tech-driven healthcare innovation.

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Manufacturers are adopting more automation than ever before. For many, it’s no longer a question of whether to automate, only when and to what extent. 

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Why do we find ourselves reading emails during vacation or sick days, even when we don't have to? Ian Bogost, a professor of interactive computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology (and an Atlantic contributing editor), says that email sorting is just the default activity when there's nothing else to do. 

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People complain about checking their inboxes when they're out of the office, but some of them kind of enjoy it too.

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