Jason Howell and Jonathan Strickland from How Stuff Works discuss Twitter's evolving video offering and how it will be used for the Republican and Democratic National Convention. Prosthetics are becoming futuristic as the DARPA-backed Luke Arm nears release after ten years of development. Pokemon Go has the Internet Poke-crazy. Amazon is building meeting rooms inside tree houses. And Uber goes to great lengths to cover its assets.
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- SEC Investigating Tesla for Possible Securities-Law Breach
- How Uber secretly investigated its legal foes — and got caught
- Twitter to Stream the Republican and Democratic Conventions
- Armed muggers use Pokémon Go to find victims
- A running list of things that’ve gone wrong as people play Pokémon Go
- Nintendo Is Worth $9 Billion More Today Than It Was Last Wednesday
- The CEO behind 'Pokémon Go' explains why it's become such a phenomenon
- DARPA-funded prosthetic arm set to go on sale later this year
- The future of 3D-printed prosthetics
- 3D-Printable Prosthetic Devices
- Forget Beanbag Chairs. Amazon Is Giving Its Workers Treehouses.