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Congress investigating deal between NSA official and ex-director's company
As of this Monday, though, Reuters now reports that a United States Senate panel and a Florida Democrat from the House of Representatives are raising their own concerns. The Senate Intelligence Committee has asked the NSA for a copy of the ?internal ...

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Google's invests in Magic Leap for more augmented reality
A video from a TEDx talk in Florida from early 2013 attempts to blur the lines between live action and cinematic elements, which might be the point. The Magic Leap website likely provides a bit more user-focussed ... If you want something to really ...

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IP Roundup: UCF, Illumina, Roche, Dart Neuroscience, Others Win US Patents
The University of Central Florida Research Foundation has been awarded US Patent No. 8,859,266, "Binary probe system for sensitive detection of target analytes." Yuliva Gerasimova and Dmitry Kolpashchikov are named as the inventors.

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