Intel’s drone are delivering increasingly impressive light shows, but that may be only the beginning.

The tech company unveiled its new “shooting star” drone Friday as it released a video of 500 of the drones flying in formation in Germany this fall.

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Time For Truth: (CNN) – Intel's drones could be the first step toward flying billboards

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“Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley” reads like four year’s worth of Medium posts from a scorned man.

Two-thirds of the new, 499-page book is about a strained career in ad tech and the drama of launching and sustaining a startup. The remaining third is devoted to anecdotes of working at Facebook.

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Time For Truth: (CNN) – New book compares Facebook's culture to fascism but fails to prove it

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IF YOU LIVE in Baltimore, you may have the feeling that you’re being watched. You are. Baltimore Police track your cellphone use without a warrant. They secretly film the entire city from the air. And as concerns about the uses and privacy implications of that next-generation surveillance tech have mounted, these domestic spying scandals also raise another question: Why Baltimore?

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Time For Truth: (Wired) – How Baltimore Became America's Laboratory for Spy Tech

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A new smart stick on tattoo will be able to monitor exactly how much a person is drinking.

The flexible patch can detect a person’s blood-alcohol level from their sweat.

It can even message doctors and even police if the wearer drinks too much.

The monitor, reported in the journal ACS Sensors, works quickly and can send results wirelessly to a smartphone or other device.

Recent research has demonstrated that sweat can be a more reliable real-time indicator of blood alcohol content.
At least two transdermal sensors have been developed to measure alcohol levels in sweat, but users have to wait up to 2 hours for results.

Joseph Wang, Patrick Mercier and colleagues at the University of California, San Diego, set out to make a more practical version.

With temporary-tattoo paper, the researchers developed a patch that tests blood alcohol content non-invasively in three rapid steps.

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Time For Truth: (Daily Mail) – The smart stick-on tattoo that can monitor your alcohol levels – and even call police if you’re over the limit

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When historians look back at the turmoil over prejudice and policing in the U.S. over the past few years, they’re unlikely to dwell on the case of Eric Loomis. Police in La Crosse, Wis., arrested Loomis in February 2013 for driving a car that was used in a drive-by shooting. He had been arrested a dozen times before. Loomis took a plea, and was sentenced to six years in prison plus five years of probation.

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