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Happy New Year! What to Expect in 2015:

Posted by Kelly Kirkham

A New Year always brings new opportunities and products. Take a look at what we think could be the ‘next big thing’ in technology for 2015. (more…)
January 1, 2015
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A Tribute to Ralph Baer

Posted by Kelly Kirkham

Whether you enjoy First Person Shooter or Real Time Strategy, let’s all take a moment to pay tribute to the pioneer of video games, Ralph Baer. (more…)
December 29, 2014
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Should Artificial Intelligence Be Considered A Threat?

Posted by Kelly Kirkham

At Dartmouth College in 1956, a few computer scientists got together and coined the term and basic structure of artificial intelligence. 58 years later, the same ideas both haunt and intrigue us all. Could artificial…
December 26, 2014
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Driving Home For Christmas?

Posted by Madeleine Bruce

The holidays can be a busy time for everyone, take a look at just how much travelling is done in the US over the festivities... (more…)
December 25, 2014
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Twelve Days of Christmas “Two Turtle Doves”

Posted by Kelly Kirkham

Christmas Eve is traditionally celebrated with eating, drinking, dancing and family. Midphase is celebrating the day before Christmas with romance as we assess the second day of Christmas with two turtle doves. (more…)
December 24, 2014
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Twelve Days of Christmas “Three French Hens”

Posted by Kelly Kirkham

Just three days left until Christmas day is finally here. From Lords a-leaping to five gold rings, Midphase has covered them all. Read on for our interpretation of ‘Three French Hens.’ (more…)
December 23, 2014
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Twelve Days of Christmas “Four Calling Birds”

Posted by Kelly Kirkham

We’re getting closer and closer to the big day. Follow along with our interpretations of The Twelve Days of Christmas as we count down to Santa’s arrival. In our last post we covered Miss Piggy…
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