There is a group of researchers at Disney that is working to give you a tactile experience while playing hands free game systems such as the Xbox Kinect. In other words, you’d be able to touch things out of thin air thanks to a device they are working on.…Read More »
Ever heard of two plants merging as one that is capable of growing two different fruits all at the same time? This is real science right here folks. Apparently, folks in England managed to merge tomato and potato plants together as one entity.…Read More »
When we say trash cans, we think of them as containers that collect our garbage but be careful, they are getting smarter. In fact, some already have the ability to track your smartphone usage and your daily behavior.
According to Quartz, a UK start up, that goes by the name Renew, has developed a smart trash can, Renew ORB, that uses MAC addresses of smartphones to track the speed of pedestrians walking at and identify the manufacturer.…Read More »
Scientists from the University of Surrey in the UK are getting ready to launch their latest satellite, on February 25th. It’s called the STRaND-1, and it has a very interesting characteristic. It’s powered by a smartphone. A Google Nexus One to be exact.…Read More »
A law in England is now requiring all dogs to be microchipped by April of 2016. The chip is for identification purposes, and would allow lost pets to be reunited with their owners. It will use RFID technology, and contain a 15 digit code — 3 digits serve as a country identifier, along with a 12-digit unique serial number.…Read More »
Lesson in password security: Photo of UK’s Prince William reveals password for Royal Air Force login
You know the Duke of Cambridge, popularly known as Prince William? Yeah, well, the English monarchy likes to release photos of their royals for public relation purposes. Last week Prince William’s official website released some photos of ole William and his role as a Royal Air Force (RAF) search and rescue helicopter pilot.…Read More »