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This is one of the fundamental questions that I have asked myself on several occasions in the past. Outside is noisy but inside is hot — should I close the window or burn to death in an inferno?
Luckily, according …Read More »
We have already seen and been amazed by Google’s driverless car, but a group of Australian students from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia have put an interesting spin on the concept.
The group of students consist of Tommi Sullivan, Michael …Read More »
Because of a poorly worded bill that sought to ban internet cafes and slot machines from the state of Florida, lawmakers might have done the unthinkable: banned all computers and smartphones in the state.
Back in April of this year, …Read More »
SpaceX, the private space transport who are acclaimed with successfully docking with as well as successfully resupplying the International Space Station (ISS), have recently completed what appears to be a promising test flight of their Vertical Takeoff, Vertical Landing (VTVL) …Read More »
A couple of days after Apple’s App Store began celebrating its 5th anniversary by giving away popular apps for free, the company has filed an agreement not to pursue Amazon further over the use of the name ‘App Store.’
This …Read More »
By August 5, an import ban on iPhone 4 and iPad 2G will take effect following the ruling issued by the International Trade Commission. The import ban was a result of the ongoing worldwide legal tussle between Apple and Samsung …Read More »
1983 movie WarGames predicted cyber war. Today, we have cyber war.Read More »
Nothing like having a “GEEKY” license plate to tell the world who you are.Read More »
Many men wear underpants (underwear) — the age of slipping on a brief in the mornings after a shower is a dying act. With underpants becoming the defacto undergarment to hide that which man holds dear, a French clothes designer …Read More »
If you caught Samsung’s live stream for the announcement of the Galaxy S4, you might have found some parts of it a little strange. There were definitely some weird choices that went into planning that presentation but it’s nothing, I …Read More »
Now this is a little awkward. Usually the enthusiast press in the games industry stays far away from taking sides, but Edge has taken it to a whole new level. In their latest issue, the magazine writes, “This is your …Read More »
We’ve all heard it before. Nokia phones are known by many to be some of the most durable devices in the market. If you’ve ever owned one, I’m sure you’d agree.
In a newly released video, the company attempts to …Read More »
It’s been more than a decade since Microsoft introduced the original Xbox, and since then we’ve grown increasingly used to its name. Just ask anybody who plays video games if they think the Xbox name is weird and they’ll probably …Read More »
Start using your smartphone to monitor your eating habits and you will quick kick your phone to the curb.Read More »
According to European reporters from Reuters that have seen a recent a draft of an action plan compiled by Western governments, a number of countries are setting their collective sights on massive technology companies, including Apple, Google and Amazon, to …Read More »
Zurich scientists have been building and experimenting with super small robots that can be used to help perform incredibly delicate surgical procedures on humans.
The body on these nanobots is just a quarter-millimeter in diameter (approximately the width of four …Read More »
Some smartphone manufacturers are starting to see their sales numbers decrease steadily, since almost every person in the world that is able to afford an expensive, high-end smartphone (which provide many of these companies with most of their profits) likely …Read More »
The problem with many solar powered vehicles is that there are simply to small and are not practical for carrying anything more than the driver — forget about passengers. A solar powered vehicle known as Stella, designed by Solar Team …Read More »
If you are like me then at some point you have forgotten one(or more) of your passwords. Even if you didn’t forget, passwords can still be vulnerable if strong ones aren’t created. What if you could log in to your …Read More »
With the plethora of touch screen smartphones and the number of touches these screen receive each day, they are bound to be dirty and germy. However Corning — makers of the now well known Gorilla Glass — have developed a …Read More »
On Thursday, Patently Apple published a patent application turned in by Apple in December 2011 for the creation of a flexible battery shape that is made up of a a number of different cells connected to one another through a …Read More »
University Hospitals has recently announced a “bionic eye” which will assist persons suffering from an advanced stage of retinitis pigmentosa to see. (Retinitis pigmentosa is, according to Wikipedia, “an inherited, degenerative eye disease that causes severe vision impairment and often …Read More »
When it comes to smoking cigarettes, there’s nothing good about it as such practices are one of the leading cause of throat cancer, but who cares about that when the itch to have a smoke takes over the whole body. …Read More »
Comic makes fun of the geek stereotype of being unable to understand women.Read More »
These external hard drives and flash drives come in the shape of cars, such as the 1968 Charger, 1968 GT500 Mustang, and DeLorean Time Machine from Back to the Future.Read More »
Yes you read the title correctly. This tie uses LED lights allowing you to play tetris.Read More »
This laser-wielding Gatling gun is armed with six 1-Watt Artic lasers with a 100mw green laser for aiming.Read More »
Behold, a computer magazine from 1986.Read More »
Waste of time? Maybe. Cool? Hell yeah.Read More »
France is collecting massive amounts of web and phone user data — similar to NSA’s PRISM, according to report
By now the whole world should know of the NSA’s PRISM program that was leaked by former employee, Edward Snowden, who is now on the run and seeking asylum in one of 21 countries. Now new information has leaked claiming …Read More »
Douglas Engelbart, the man responsible for the invention of the computer mouse, has died at age 88. His original creation was almost nothing like the various touchpads and laser mouse peripherals we use today, but they all stem from his …Read More »
Kinect is the secret weapon of the Xbox One game console from Microsoft; if the camera fails, the software giant can count its prospects of owning the living room good bye. While the camera is mainly designed for motion detection …Read More »