Marketplace Tech for Thursday, October 10, 2013

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We're visiting MIT in Boston this week as part of the Emerging Tech conference put on by The MIT Technology Review. One of the buildings we wanted to visit at MIT is the McNair Building. It holds MIT's Man Vehicle Laboratory. There, Professor Larry Young and his others are working on an important tech innovation. But it's far from fancy software or the latest startup. It's a long term mission to protect our brains. Whether you're on the ski slope, on a bike or headed to Mars.

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T-Mobile CEO announces international call service, says his competition 'sucks' and is 'bloated'

T-Mobile CEO John Legere discusses his company's plans
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Study: Adults love online video, too

A new Pew study finds that adult Americans aren't just watching online videos, they're making them as well.
Posted In: online video
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Inside the MIT Media Lab

How the Media Lab came to be the Media Lab.
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Designing a better helmet

At MIT, researchers are hard at work on building the next generation of helmets.
Posted In: helmet, safety, MIT

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