Sony’s new personal 3D viewer HMZ-T3W is up for pre-orders now in Sony website and retail Sony stores. The HMZ-T3W is the third generation product to improve your personal 3D viewing experience, which has wireless functionality and said to simulate huge 750 inch display.…Read More »
For some reason, the human male seems to enjoy getting his sexual organ stuck in things. (I say that in the most clean way possible.) On many occasions, the objects the penis is stuck in makes you wonder if, in the future, man will have no problems taking a robot as a sex partner.…Read More »
Apple has confirmed that they will be launching the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c in India and several other countries on November 1st. They have not revealed any pricing details yet but expect the iPhone 5c to be launched around 35k and the iPhone 5s at around 45k.…Read More »
As the upcoming Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have proven, second screen gaming is the next step in making video games more fun and engaging. Now, what if you could have that second screen right in front of your eyes via Google Glass?…Read More »
Since all the madness with the NSA spying on Americans and other folks around the world, we’re confident some of you have been seeking out more secure ways to traverse the Internet. Well, until John McAfee grace us with $100 NSA blocking device, you have the option to give FastMail a test drive for your secure email communication needs.…Read More »
The websites of web and PC security software manufacturers AVG and Avira were hacked by Palestinian hactivists earlier this day, courtesy of a major DNS breach into Avira and AVG.
When users visited the websites of both of these security software manufacturers, they were not welcomed by the websites’ homepage as usual.…Read More »
It’s been long known that the advertisement blocking Adblock Plus has been providing some advertisers with the option to have their ads shown while Adblock Plus is functional (known as ‘Acceptable Ads’ by Adblock Plus). This move caused an uproar, which threatened Adblock Plus dominance as the defacto ad-blocking extension above all.…Read More »
We’ve seen several leaks of the alleged Google Nexus 5 in recent times, but this one is surely the leak to make us believe the Nexus 5 is out there lurking in the shadows. The newly leaked information came by way of Android Police, a blog that focused solely on Android related content.…Read More »
Twitter has certainly matured over the years to become something more than just a place where celebrities bully one another every passing day. Believe it or not, but Nielsen is using Twitter to affect the rating of TV shows.
When a tweet about any particular TV series shows up in the user’s feed, Nielsen sees this as an impression.…Read More »
If, for a moment, you thought Microsoft Security Essentials was a capable antivirus system for Windows, then please think again. The software giant has admitted that its Security Essentials software is designed to be provide just baseline and will always perform less in comparison with premium antivirus systems.…Read More »
The enormous hornets of China are making a mess of things more so that they have ever done before in the past. According to a Guardian report, dozens of people in recent weeks in China have died of alleged hornet attacks.…Read More »
If you think robots won’t become a central part of future human existence and probably wipe us out, think again. Meet Atlas, a humanoid android capable of traversing rough terrain and upholding its balance on one leg even when hit from the side via a huge ball.…Read More »
After more than two years of hard work by a team at Bristol Interaction and Graphics (BIG), a new technology is invented which has the potental to revolutionize the digital experience. UltraHaptics, developed by a team of six people at BIG, enables people to touch and feel objects in a digital device, like smartphones, smart TVs, etc and that too without touching.…Read More »
Until now robots were able to recognize objects, but it was quite difficult to make them understand the orientation of an object. There are similar looking objects which are quite different functionally. So how does a robot differentiate between them?
To solve this and to improve the vision of robots, MIT graduate student Jared Glover has used a neglected Statistical tool, called Bingham Distribution.…Read More »
Control-Alt-Delete is one of those shortcuts we’ve been using on our Windows based computer for ages thinking this is how things were meant to be from the beginning. Apparently, that is not the case according to Microsoft chairman and co-founder, Bill Gates.…Read More »
A 9-year-old boy was recently sentenced to home confinement by a state judge after he brought a hand-gun with 6 bullets, a steak knife and a small handled sledge hammer to school. When something like this happens, some folds tend to blame video games.…Read More »
Waking up in the mornings to brush our teeth is probably one of the most annoying things in life. Yet we have no choice but to do it if we want to keep a safe and healthy mouth. But what if we could have a toothbrush capable of completely brushing our teeth in six seconds?…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 »
Smartphone growth is incredible and to that the development of variety applications is an add-on. Users are continuously downloading and trying new applications everyday. To this the major concern is mobile security from malware. Yes, it’s quite a time now that many smartphones are getting affected by mobile malware.…Read More »
What’s the most you’ve done with your mails? Attach images or emoticons, so that your email will look good to the receiver’s eye? How about a smartphone app which can send objects in 3D? That means when the recipients get the message, they actually view the attached objects in 3D.…Read More »
I bet most of you have seen the Iron Man movies, where the scattered robotic pieces come together to form a robotic Iron Man suit. Why I’m saying this is that the time is not long when you’ll see similar robotic cubes joining themselves to form structures like bridges, repairing buildings or scaffolding.…Read More »
Due to the shutdown of the U.S. government, several agency websites such as The FTC, USDA, NASA and the Library of Congress, are all out of commission for the time being. Others are still being updated but not on a regular basis, while some are still online but absent any form of updates.…Read More »
Google is getting ready with its upcoming Nexus phone, the Nexus 5, and the rumors have started flowing. With so much leaked videos and photos of the new Nexus 5 over the internet, it is said that Google has to reiterate the launch of its upcoming flagship device.…Read More »
With the ongoing loss and its new smartphones struggling in the market, Ontario based smartphone company BlackBerry is in talks with Google Inc, SAP and Cisco Systems for a whole or partial sell out. The BlackBerry NASDAQ and Toronto Stock Exchange stocks are witnessing a rise as the sell out news is spreading.…Read More »
If you’re an iPhone user, then you must have used its virtual assistant Siri. What do you think about the voice of Siri – is it computer generated or it’s actually a voice of a woman? The voice which has been a guiding angel or a quirky friend to most of the iPhone 4S users is actually of a voice over artist from Georgia.…Read More »
Breaking Bad has finally come to an end after 5 years and 5 seasons on the air. And it went out with a bang — and I’m not talking about the chemistry type of bang.
According to TorrentFreak, the final episode of Breaking Bad was downloaded over 500,000 times illegally via various torrents around the web, 12 hours after the show aired on Netflix.…Read More »
An elderly couple traveling from Ridgecrest, Calif., to the Oregon coast, found themselves stuck in a mud pit after the GPS mapping system they were relying on sent them in the wrong direction. The couple ended up spending two nights in the wilderness before police officers came on the scene to deliver aid.…Read More »
3D printing is no longer a thing restricted to the rich and high-level companies. You can buy a 3D printer for your home and it’s so popular now that NASA is planning to use 3D printing to build spacecraft components in space via robots.…Read More »
Many companies struggle everyday to just pay their daily expenses. This tough economy is not making it better for these companies. Apple on the other hand is living the dream of every major corporation, with its $147 billion stockpile as of June 30, 2013.…Read More »