General Tech »
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 »
Experts are saying that the system used to track sea vessels is outdated and can be easily hacked, according to BBC News.
The technology under investigation is the Authentic Identification System, or AIS for short. It is used to track …Read More »
Nokia Asha 500, Asha 202 and Asha 503 complete Nokia offer of affordable phones, coming up with a new look that invites bold colors and transparencies.
Nokia Asha 500, 502 and 503 enjoy a new version of Asha platform, optimized …Read More »
This image was created by combining the many photos of Saturn taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft.Read More »
Woman continually incorrectly types her password on her iPhone, insisting she knows how to type in a password and is doing it correctly.Read More »
With the ability to haul up to 1,600 lbs, even the fattest of fat people can enjoy their childhood dream of riding a train thanks to this $23,000 beauty.Read More »
Jack Vale records a video of himself standing and a zombie girl walking past. He then asks people to capture a video of him standing but, in reality, they are shown the video Jack already recording. You know, the one with the zombie girlRead More »
This video is a bit hard to explain with words; you have to view it yourself to understand what I mean.Read More »
From time to time, we tend to release flatulence in public (aka fart), which can be embarrassing if people realize you’re the one who released the stink bomb. These bombs have many names such as the silent but deadly, and …Read More »
If you’re a true geek, then by now you’ll be tired of looking at those boring curtains at your window. They do nothing for you and only stand to make you angry. Well, how about changing those old curtains with …Read More »
Google Inc shares jumped past $1000 during trading on Friday as investors bet on the company’s dominance of the mobile and video advertising businesses. This is a great milestone considering it began from just $85 for a share in its …Read More »
Girl tries to save document, thinks the save dialog box is a spammy popup.Read More »
I can’t imagine wasting time without an internet-connected gadget in my handRead More »
The folks over at Bad Lip Reading deserve an applause for this one.Read More »
When I say “just” $49.99, I’m being a bit condescending — because asking $50 for a board game, even a Firefly board game, is bloody ridiculous.Read More »
Our Moon is 384,400km (238,855 miles) away from Earth. The video above shows you what the Moon would look like if it were only 420km (260 miles) from Earth, the same distance that the International Space Station is.
[via Geekologie…Read More »
How does he know it is alive? Because the spider is moving. While inside the monitor.Read More »
Amazon UK is fifteen years old now, and with that, the company has released a list of top 10 video games sold throughout those years. You would expect Amazon to giveaway some free products on such a day, but we …Read More »
Intel is planning to enter the tablet market with a boom with its range of tablet processors. If reports are assumed to be true, we may see very cheap tablets and laptops powered by the Intel Haswell very soon (in …Read More »
What if you could speak to a plant to help it grow? We’ve heard that before, though there is no real proof behind it. This is the reason why the Denver Museum of Nature and Science has planned to put …Read More »
According to a survey by the New York Times, as reported by Mashable, TV viewership seems to be diminishing generationally. The study finds that at least 1 in every 3 millennials watch less TV in favor of online …Read More »
Professor tries to play DVD using a VHS player.Read More »
Ex-CEO of Burberry has been hired by Apple. Let’s take a look at how she will change the company.Read More »
I’m terrible at parking but this person takes the cake.Read More »
In 1999, the major of t-shirts given at Linux symposium were medium. In 2008, the majority of t-shirts given at Linux symposium were extra large.Read More »
While the military is working hard on robots for the battlefield, others are working on a robot that mimics human behavior. The particular robot that is the highlight of this article has its own organs and limbs similar to that …Read More »
You might not have guessed it, but out of the 25 most loved brands in America, several of them are from the tech industry. NewMediaMetrics has released the results of its yearly LEAP survey where it listed the top 25 …Read More »