Archives for posts with tag: eco friendly
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This Tuesday, David, Shawn, and Tina are joined by, guest, Laura Ridenour to talk about a vertical farming concept as well as a somewhat shocking USB security flaw. It’s time to talk about the birds and the bee’s with the firmware in your keyboard because this is Technophiles’ two hundred and seventh episode.

This Tuesday, David, Shawn, and Tina talk about the Sabertron. It’s like laser tag but with swords! They also discuss the news that a supermarket in the U. K. plans to use their rotting food to generate electricity. Someone get Bob Anderson over here because this is Technophiles’ two hundred and fifth episode.

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In this episode of the Technophiles Newscast Shawn talks about a potential Eco-City to be built inside a crater, another property of the wondrous material Graphene, NASA’s old ISEE-3 space probe, some robots made of paper, and a small mobile robotic printer. This is the 9th episode of the Technophiles Newscast.EP109

Tina hosts the show this Valentine’s Day and brings a special story about 19 year old, Boyan Slats’, plan for cleaning up the ocean. Shawn, Drew and David agree that Slats’ Ocean Cleanup Foundation sounds like a great idea! Somebody get in touch with the Scout team, seriously, because this is Technophiles’ one hundred and seventy forth episode.

Season 5 begins this Tuesday asDavid, Shawn, Tina and Drew reunite after a brief holiday break. They talk about a concept bicycle that would purify the air as you rode it, as well as Google’s purchase of Nest. Someone find Sylvain Chomet because this is technophiles’ one hundred and sixty-forth episode.

This Friday David, Shawn, Tina & Drew discuss the somewhat controversial idea of the build-your-own brick based phone called Phonebloks. This is Technophiles’ one-hundred and forty-third episode.

This Tuesday, David, Shawn, Tina & Drew talk about Microsoft’s plans to bring TimeWarner Cable streaming to the XBOX ONE. They also discuss the bioluminescent project from Yonder Biology called the Dino Pet! This is Technophiles’ one-hundred and thirty-ninth episode.

This Saturday, David Geisler, Shawn Kerr and Tina Urch talk about an idea to create naturally filtered public pools. They also discuss how things might change in the food industry now that meat has been grown in a lab. This is Technophiles’ one-hundred and thirty-third episode.