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A robot being developed by a Nikko Technos and Yaskawa Electric is capable of circumventing human interaction in order to take care of up to 300, 000 lab mice. In addition to saving researchers tons of hours it will be …Read More »
Microsoft Kinect can help deaf people use sign language on the computer, translate gestures into text or speech
When Microsoft releases the Xbox One this November, it’ll come packaged with the next-generation of the Kinect sensor. It’ll be more accurate than ever and do things that weren’t even possible on the previous hardware — such as reading your …Read More »
Not content with announcing a new sequel to Angry Birds Star Wars, Rovio is also bringing over the first game to consoles. Every. Single. Console.
When Angry Birds Star Wars makes its console debut this October, it’ll be available on …Read More »
“When I got the CD in the mail, it broke in half. I scotch taped it back together… is there any reason that would cause it to not work???”Read More »
Spoiler: hard drive + red wine = red hard driveRead More »
The next generation of cash machines is upon us; no longer would it be required for users to waste time by pressing buttons when a facial recognition device is in place. For now, this whole idea of no longer using …Read More »
In a tough situation, many people tend to defend themselves by using their keys as a weapon; it is indeed a viable alternative if you lack the necessary tools to protect yourself from danger. However, when you’re in panic mode …Read More »
Google is hosting an event on July 24th for Android and Chrome. What do you think they will announce?
When Google I/O came and went without even a hint of Android 4.3, people were understandably disappointed — but all that could be changing next week. Google has sent out invites for press to an event with the senior vice …Read More »
While HTC is rumored to be coming out with a bigger HTC One this September to compete with the inevitable Galaxy Note III, this month it’s all about the little guys. After numerous leaks, the company has officially announced the …Read More »
“If you’ve done both of those things, you don’t enter a ticket into the queue. I will work on it right now. By the way, I think I like you.”Read More »
Nature (combined with technology) never ceases to amaze me.Read More »
Ever wanted an Xbox 360 fit inside your car? Or a PS3 that can cook you dinner? Yeah, people have done it.Read More »
This infographic shows you which movie franchises have made the most money in modern history.Read More »
A recently started Kickstarter campaign has been started which aims to generate electricity using shoe insoles in order to charge mobile devices like cell phones, smartphones, tablets, etc. The project goes by the name of SolePower and was started by …Read More »
Engineers develop steerable paper planes and maple seeds… as in having the ability to control where they land
Dr. Paul Pounds of Australia’s University of Queensland and his robotics team have created a pair of inexpensive, disposable UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles).
Yes, you have read that right; the drones, if I am permitted to use that word, will …Read More »
Over at Büdingen, Germany, a few dominoes were toppled. No biggie. Just 272,297.
The ’Enjoy Your Life – The Domino Record 2013′ event placed exactly 277,275 dominoes, 272,297 of which were toppled in a mesmerizing 10-minute display of domino goodness. …Read More »
Ask anyone you know that follows tech how to activate Google Glass and they’d most likely tell you, correctly, it’s “Ok Glass.” It’s easy, it’s simple and it actually sounds kind of cool and futuristic somehow. But it wasn’t always …Read More »
The title says it all.Read More »
Who has ever accidentally plugged a USB wire into the wrong, non-USB port?Read More »
No, I’m sorry a mouse pad cannot be used for pest control… at least not the biological kind.Read More »
So. Would you hit ‘Yes’ or ‘No’?Read More »
Before Sony came to the final design that we see today, the PlayStation 4 had some other interesting features that didn’t quite make the cut. One of them was the ability to measure the galvanic response of your skin as …Read More »
22-year-old Matthew Weaver is no longer a student at California State University San Marcos; he’s now doing a one year course at California State Prison for hacking his school election. Apparently, Weaver was hell bent on becoming the next student …Read More »
Microsoft representatives have confirmed that the Xbox One will allow users to play games while they’re still downloading to the system.
This means that the time it takes for users to actually play their digital games will be significantly reduced. …Read More »
NASA scheduled a spacewalk Tuesday, but had to put it on hold after crewmembers found water leaking into the helmet of Italian astronaut, Luca Parmitano. As expected, Parmitano wasn’t too happy about sitting it out since he became the first …Read More »
It turns out this is probably just a programming fail.Read More »
Or, how to shrink the characters in a video game.Read More »
Researchers have made a breakthrough in storage technology that could potentially make way for a disc that puts the highest capacity dual-layer Blu-ray disk we know of today to shame. What exactly are we talking about, you as? Try 360 …Read More »
People have made some stupid things with 3D printers, while other people have made some pretty awesome things. The common link between those things are the 3D printers themselves, which don’t come very cheap. Some are cheaper than others, but …Read More »
Players of the popular game League of Legends can now be granted P-1 visas for the US, a type of visa intended for “individual athletes.” This means that the video game is now officially recognized by the US State Department …Read More »
Scientists at Jadavpur University in India have formulated a method of identifying a person based on scanning the blood vessels in their face. Many of us are familiar with existing facial recognition technology but this method is quite different.
The …Read More »
The PlayStation 4 isn’t out until this holiday, but some lucky outlets have already gotten their hands on Sony’s sexy new hardware to show off. Since most of us will have to wait a few more months, this video from …Read More »