Friday Linkapalooza - October 2, 2015
Written by Staff Writer • Posted on Oct 02, 2015
Happy Friday! Start your weekend off right with fun articles and videos collected by your friends at Bask in this week's Friday Linkapalooza. Enjoy!
CONSUMER PRODUCTS & TECHNOLOGY
Could technology lead us to an automobile-less future?
Is it possible for a bank to deny you a mortgage based on your Facebook friends?
All U.S. stores are now supposed to accept the new EMV chip card credit system. But what exactly do you need to know about this credit card technology update?
At this week's UN gathering, Facebook found Mark Zuckerberg called for prioritizing universal Internet access.
Can female technology users save a village in Africa? The Women In Tech Campaign shows exactly how.
Why is the 2016 presidential election process already so crazy? Al Gore blames television.
HEALTH & MEDICINE
With the steadily growing numbers joining the 65-plus age group, everyone is looking for ways to innovate the healthcare industry. Could computer networks be the key to success?
Advocators depend on medical codes to accurately document your diagnoses. What are some of the strangest codes they can use? "Struck by duck" is at the top of the list.
ART & CULTURE
Google has released a new device that connects makes your smartphone your most important TV remote.
YouTube Kids helps bring child-appropriate content to your smartphone, tablet, TVs, and game consoles.
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