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Howard Leventhal is facing charges of fraud for soliciting funding from Paragon Financial Group, who are based in Florida, to create a tricorder.
The ever popular pop-culture device, which first originated into the classic and original Star Trek series, is …Read More »
On many occasions, soldiers return from duty with several mental defects that are due to the riveting experience of war. Currently, there’s no real treatment for such cases, but DARPA is aiming to fix that with a chip in the …Read More »
Losing a limb may not mean that you have to lose mobility and sensation anymore. Researchers at the University of Chicago are working on a prosthetic limb that not only gives its wearer mobility but is also touch sensitive. The …Read More »
Recently, a satellite recorded evidence of a mysterious cluster of lights in the Atlantic Ocean, which is quite far away from human civilization. Obviously, folks were interested in knowing what these lights represents, some even went as far to say …Read More »
As the use of mobile devices continues to grow in the world, with more and more people using devices such as the iPhone — which have the ability not only to make calls with, but to access the internet, listen …Read More »
Japan Display has announced the availability of a display panel with a diagonal of 12.1 inches and a resolution of 4K.
Much of our attention was focused this year to 4K resolution panels and related products. While electronics makers have …Read More »
Rumors are circulating that the new Xbox One is going to be more user friendly than previous versions of the console. According to a listing found Dell’s web store, the Xbox One will be able to run Windows 8 apps …Read More »
Get your mind out of the gutter, there is nothing sexual about this post.Read More »
When you put your hand into the machine to grab the “free” treat you are supposed to get, your hand is grabbed by a person sitting inside the machine. Yes, I would be scared shitless tooRead More »
Glowing stickman, anyone?Read More »
Remember that article we wrote earlier this month about the US army testing robot tanks with mounted machines guns that move and shoot on their own? Yeah, well, this video is a demonstration of said tanks.Read More »
From now on, the Japanese can boast that they have the highest comfort level while traveling by train. It is true that this benefit should remove huge amounts from pockets, but some say it’s worth a trip with the new …Read More »
A dial-up company has its office raided on Saturday by three Drug Enforcement Administration agents and their drug detecting dogs. Too bad they had the wrong address.Read More »
DARPA wants to build a hacker proof defense network, but it doesn’t know how. So guess what? DARPA wants you to do it, and if you’re successful, you’ll be paid a whopping $2 million. This is part of the departments …Read More »
The paranoia is strong with former Vice President Dick Cheney, who has had the ability to access his implanted defibrillator with WiFi turned off due to the possibility of terrorists using it against him.
Dick Cheney, who has a had …Read More »
The Yeti or abominable snowman has had many names over the years and for the most part has long thought to be a myth. But recent research reveals that there may be an actual animal behind the legend.
The research …Read More »
Is it possible that some day there will be clinics open to treat people for having an addiction to Oreos? Will nurses hand out plastic cups that have little second-rate versions of the cookie to tide a person over until …Read More »
You know what they say, the computer is only as smart as the person operating it.Read More »
And this is a perfect moment to take another shot at Apple Maps.Read More »
IT guy gives colleague a “black eye”.Read More »
Remote-controlled flying copter with ghost eyes and costume is excellent way to scare kids on Halloween [Video]
This is built by DIY-er Alton Porter. I wish I could buy one, what an awesome yet relatively inexpensive way to scare the shit out of kids on Halloween. Or anyone, for that matter.Read More »
If you are lucky enough to own this, don’t ever say mommy and daddy gave you nuthin’.Read More »
The title says it all.Read More »
Researchers successfully detect when someone is thinking about numbers, the first step to reading minds
Are we getting closer to a world in George Orwell’s 1984? A world where thought police are able to know our every thought? Not quite yet thankfully, but researchers at Stanford University are taking further steps towards understanding how the …Read More »
In July, a number of companies companies on Wall Street participated in a “staged simulation” called Quantum Dawn 2, Dawn.com reports. The aim of the simulation was to test how the companies would respond to a mass cyber attack.
Quantum …Read More »
Cancer diagnosis may get a lot easier thanks to the work of researchers at IBM. These researchers are used to creating and designing tiny microprocessors and they are taking the talents in a whole new direction. The researchers at IBM …Read More »
Ever want to take a trip into space? Everyone has heard about Virgin’s space shuttle plans. In reality who can really afford that kind of trip? Only the super-rich can afford the price tag for a spot on one of …Read More »
Even if they are not regarded with much enthusiasm by potential buyers and their limited functionality attracts enough criticism in press, gadgets like Galaxy Gear and Google Glass glasses arouse more and more interest to hardware manufacturers, eager to give …Read More »
Chinese researchers have managed to create bulbs that emit Wi-Fi, a technology called Lifi, according to news agency Xinhua. The Chinese will demonstrate the technology on November 5.
The researchers have used a LED bulb that emits internet and can …Read More »
A team of researchers are testing out the use of underwater WiFi, and hope it’s use could eventually be applied towards better underwater warning systems, according to BBC News.
The researchers, who are from the University of Buffalo, New York, …Read More »