Weekly tech news roundup for May 22

A new (almost paper thin) TV is revealed, a turtle gets new 3-D printed jaws, and Google says those security questions don't really help. Also, check out some new lighting that acts as an inside GPS, find out what's new with Spotify, and don't miss a bridge made out of paper and a cool article on Wired.
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How we serve customers at the bottom of the Grand Canyon

Did you know that TDS serves customers in the bottom of the Grand Canyon? Supai, Arizona is a gorgeous spot rich with natural beauty and culture. We have one employee who goes above...and below...to make sure our customers there always have service.
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TDS employees collecting usable eyeglasses for Lions Club

May is Healthy Vision Month and TDS is celebrating by collecting eyeglasses to help others. The lack of eyeglasses denies children and adults the opportunities for education, employment, and a better quality of life. By donating old glasses, they can be reused by those who need them.
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Cheap Tunes Tuesday

Really good artists can be right under your nose sometimes, but you just never get a chance to hear their music. What if I told you there is a guy who has won three Grammy awards, but there is a strong possibility you’ve never heard of him? Seems strange, but it’s probably true. Today we look at an artist whose popularity spans multiple continents, sold millions of albums—but hasn't quite found his way into the hearts of mainstream America.
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Protect your electronics from lightning

A lightning strike can cause a power surge way above what your house is designed to handle. And, one good zap and your laptop or TV could get fried. Find out how to protect your electronics from lightning (and any other power surge).
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Weekly tech news roundup

Google's self-driving car is leaving the test track for some roads in California, check out a Star Trek-inspired "replicator" that does for food what Keurig has done for coffee, and find out about some new self-healing concrete. All this, plus more of the latest tech news from this week!
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Cheap Tunes Tuesday

Debut albums for a band can truly be hit or miss. Sometimes a band is still tinkering with the lineup or even their sound so what you get is a hodgepodge of old stuff written by the lead singer before the band got started. Or, sometimes you’ll get a bunch of random tracks that the band had no time practice but were forced out in the studio. But, every once in a while, you get a debut album that makes music history–although it’s very rare, when it happens, that album becomes music legend.
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This Week on TV: American Sniper, Still Alice, Season Finales

It’s May, which means network shows are wrapping up. Make sure you check the schedule so you don’t miss your… more...
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Scam: malicious tagging—don’t watch that video!

A scam using something called malicious tagging is making its way around Facebook and other social media sites. The trouble is, it could leave your computer ridden with malware if you aren’t careful.
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