“Color” is a location-based, photo-sharing app that takes voyeurism to post-Twitter level by letting users see all of the photos that are being taken by strangers who happen to be within a 150-foot radius of the user’s smartphone.
The Actroid bobs “her” head shyly, and curls artificial muscles to produce an enigmatic, Mona Lisa smile. The robot even blinks every so often, and scrunches up its forehead.
African-Americans use the most voice minutes — on average more than 1,300 a month. Hispanics are the next most talkative group, chatting an average of 826 minutes a month.
In every major category, from job opportunities to acquiring health information, more African-American and Hispanic adults regard lack of broadband access as “a major disadvantage” than whites do.
The Louisiana Office of Tourism recently launched a new iPhone app that will take visitors to African American museums, heritage sites, institutions and cultural attractions in all corners of Louisiana.
Nearly $9 million has been awarded to nine Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in South Carolina and Northeast Georgia.
The Virginia General Assemby, Harvey said, has been “woefully inadequate” in its support of Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute. The facility will be added to the small list of such centers that use a proton beam generated by a mini-particle accelerator to target cancerous tissue without harming the surrounding healthy tissue.
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