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Magnus Egerstedt

Georgia Tech’s Robotarium is “a shining beacon of robotic awesomeness”

The Robotarium is an open-access lab with swarm robots, or robots in large quantities. Palm-sized robots roll—and plate-sized ones fly in the middle of the room where anyone in the world can remotely run experiments on the lab’s robots, simply by uploading code to the Robotarium’s website.
Google Fiber

The Big Disconnect: What happened to Google Fiber in Atlanta?

It’s been more than three years since Google Fiber frenzy took hold of the Atlanta area. Google promised to change everything for folks fed up with unreliable internet connections, abysmal customer service, and expensive monthly bills. But a different reality took hold: Google ran wires, but didn't start service; Google tried to work with local governments, but couldn't work out deals; and ultimately Google couldn't find value in rolling out its service. One thing is indisputable: most Google Fiber hopefuls are now fed up.
Smart Tech

Making a smart home? The best upgrades are simple and won’t break the bank.

Where do you start in a world with everything from illuminated, vibrating toilets to Bluetooth-enabled showers? The best investments are simple and don’t break the bank. These first three steps total less than $600 and can bring returns in more than one way.
Groundbreakers 2016

Bluehair Technology

The nonprofit offers four- to eight-week classes on “getting started” with devices. They are all taught at places where older adults are located—senior living communities, rec centers, country clubs, and churches—throughout metro Atlanta. So far Bluehair has helped nearly 3,000 seniors learn to use smartphones, tablets, and desktops.
Fiber Internet in Atlanta

A fiber Internet frenzy is coming to Atlanta, but it will be a while before you can get online

Until recently, the gigabit service that fiber provides—at speeds billed as up to 100 times faster than basic broadband—had been the exclusive provenance of startup hubs like Atlanta Tech Village and Alpharetta’s progressive, mixed-use sensation Avalon.

Local Roots app delivers fresh produce, goods from Georgia farms, artisans to your door

If you’ve ever used Instacart for its convenience and bought a CSA share for its local quality, Local Roots is for you. With a clean and streamline interface, the app allows users to select farms or stores within 50 miles of Atlanta from which they can order produce, cold-pressed juices, handmade soaps, and freshly baked cookies.

Wearable tech gets stylish with new Ralph Lauren, Rebecca Minkoff designs

This year, Ralph Lauren will release a “Polo Tech” shirt with “biosensing silver fibers” that can measure biometric data—distance, calories burned, intensity, heart rate, and stress rate—and send it to your smartphone or tablet. Rebecca Minkoff partnered with Case-Mate to create a gold chain-link notification bracelet and a studded leather bracelet that debuted during the designer’s September show.

IS3D Educational Software

To help students master cell biology, professors at the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine pioneered IS3D, which uses interactive case studies to explain scientific principles. It’s now grown to a suite of programs for high school students.

Work-a-cise

In this brave new world of oddball and doctor-disapproved exercise regimens—where people use electric shocking belts in their desperate attempts to develop six-pack stomachs—there must be a product that can help sedentary lawyers fulfill their office-bound dreams of chiseled bodies, right?

Just Encased

Among all the useless crap I can no longer live without, I now reluctantly count the iPhone 4. The realization came to me as the salesperson at Best Buy pitched me accessories while ringing up my “free” upgrade from the long-obsolete iPhone 3.

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