Mobile, Voice-Operated Everything, and Security, Oh My! Top Nonprofit Tech for 2016

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Lithium ion battery failures were big again this past year. Lithium ion batteries will continue to power our mobile devices — and continue to catch fire now and then, but not that often. Voice-Operated Everything. We're now talking to our mobile devices with Apple's Siri , OK Google , Samsung S Voice , and Microsoft Cortana. We can talk to our cars with voice command systems like the Ford SYNC.

Electronic Gift Ideas – Five Gadgets a Techie Will Love

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With an internal flash memory of 2 GB and rechargeable lithium battery, it will last and lets you record video and voice. Oh yes – always so hard to buy for him, is not it? Well, no, in fact, men love gadgets, buy him a new gadget at an online store. So, here are 5 ideas, which can be easily obtained in an online store. The Agent Watch – how about a quartz watch that contains a hidden color camcorder?

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SOCAP: The Market at the Intersection of Money and Meaning

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She said that it generates more electricity at a lower cost than lead-acid and lithium ion batteries. This is a new Croatian company that has developed an affordable device that allow disabled people to control their environment with voice commands like ‘turn on the lights’ Miroslav Vrankic was trolling the conference looking for U.S. I had a chance this week to preside over TechSoup’s booth at the latest Social Capital Markets conference (SOCAP) in San Francisco.

Interview with Jodie Van Horn of Freedom from Oil and Plug-in Bay Area

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So we are looking at finding batteries that hold a charge for a long period of time, that give people the extended range that they need to do their commuting, and new technology such as the lithium ion battery have the potential to do that, but right now they are very expensive because automakers haven't invested the R&D money into those battery technologies to really stimulate the change that is needed for them to be able to use those batteries in the application of the plug-in hybrid.