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Robotic Arm Uses Leap Motion Controller To Disarm Bombs

Robotic Arm Uses Leap Motion Controller To Disarm Bombs

Disarming bombs can be dangerous and a new technology now promises to make it safer and more effective. Created by Mirror Training, the tech makes use of Leap Motion controller together with an interface and a robotic arm.

By On May 19, 2014 Respond
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The Obvious Weaknesses Of Apple, Google, Microsoft and Facebook

The Obvious Weaknesses Of Apple, Google, Microsoft and Facebook

The tech world is currently evolving at a rapid pace and those who fail to adjust to this pace are doomed to fail. In this article, we look at the weak spots of four top tech giants.

By On May 18, 2014 Respond
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Google Hires Top Fashion Expert To Help Market Glass

Google Hires Top Fashion Expert To Help Market Glass

Ever since Google Glass was launched, there have been many privacy concerns raised about it. Not only that, people tend to think it’s a tool only for developers. Google has now hired top fashion expert Ivy Ross to change that perception.

By On May 18, 2014 Respond
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Apple And Motorola Finally Settle Their Patent Disputes

Apple And Motorola Finally Settle Their Patent Disputes

Apple has been engaged in a long-drawn patent battle with a number of companies from the Android group over the past few years. Now, the iPhone-maker has announced that it has settled its patent issues with one of these companies, namely Motorola.

By On May 18, 2014 Respond
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AT&T Creates Smart Device To Keep Track Of Your Luggage

AT&T Creates Smart Device To Keep Track Of Your Luggage

If you travel frequently, you may have undergone the ordeal of losing your luggage at an airport. AT&T aims to end such issues once and for all with a new smart tracker which is able to keep you updated about the location of your luggage in real time.

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Mob Tries To Smuggle Cigarettes Into Russia Using Drones

Mob Tries To Smuggle Cigarettes Into Russia Using Drones

Amazon may still take a decade or so before it can start its drone deliveries. But others such as the Lithuanian mob are already implementing the idea, smuggling cigarettes into Russia using a home-made drone.

By On May 17, 2014 Respond
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New Indian Prime Minister Sets Up An Online Victory Wall

New Indian Prime Minister Sets Up An Online Victory Wall

If you have millions of followers on the social media and have just won the top political spot in one of the largest countries on Earth, what do you do? You set up a ‘victory wall’ online so that you can preserve all those congratulatory messages.

By On May 17, 2014 Respond
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Skylock: A Smart, Solar-Powered Lock For Your Bike

Skylock: A Smart, Solar-Powered Lock For Your Bike

We have seen numerous contraptions and improvements for bikes over the last few years. But Skylock from Velo Labs is one of the absolute best. It is a smart, solar-powered lock which secures your bike and accomplishes many other tasks.

By On May 17, 2014 Respond
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Medical Researchers Must Use More Female Animals In Lab For Experiments

Medical Researchers Must Use More Female Animals In Lab For Experiments

Medical researchers typically tend to use male animals and tissues while experimenting in the labs. The US National Institute of Health (NIH) has now ordained that it will fund only such researchers who balance the count of male and female animals in their works.

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Sony Pictures Gears Up For An Edward Snowden Movie

Sony Pictures Gears Up For An Edward Snowden Movie

Glen Greenwald released his book 2 days ago in which he recounts the leaks by Edward Snowden and how it all came to be. Sony Pictures has purchased the right to the book and James Bond producers are on board to turn it into a movie.

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12,000-Year-Old Girl’s Skeleton May Explain The Origins Of Early Americans

12,000-Year-Old Girl’s Skeleton May Explain The Origins Of Early Americans

The question of where did the earliest Americans come from, hasn’t been answered to this day. Scientists believe that they may finally have the answer thanks to a 12,000 years old skeleton of a girl found in Mexico.

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This Unbelievable Star Trek Mansion Is Available For $35 Million

This Unbelievable Star Trek Mansion Is Available For $35 Million

If you have wondered what it would be like to live inside a Star Trek dream, here is your answer. Mark Bell of Mark Bell Capital Partners is now selling his mansion designed to look like something out of Star Trek. It comes with a price tag of $35 million.

By On May 16, 2014 Respond
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Virtual Reality Headsets For Chickens May Arrive Soon

Virtual Reality Headsets For Chickens May Arrive Soon

There are great tech ideas such as the Oculus Rift, and then there are ridiculously impractical and far-fetched notions such as virtual reality headsets for chickens. Austin Stewart of Iowa State University thinks that such headsets can solve many poultry issues.

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Now You Can Also SMS To 911 In Emergency Situations

Now You Can Also SMS To 911 In Emergency Situations

911 is the instant emergency hotline that Americans call in situations of any significant trouble. Now, mobile companies are collaborating with law enforcement to make it possible for the citizens to also send text messages to 911.

By On May 16, 2014 Respond
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A Look At The Increasingly Complicated DDoS Landscape

A Look At The Increasingly Complicated DDoS Landscape

We recently reported how an attacker leveraged the servers of anti-DDoS services to launch a massive DDoS attack. This signifies a shift in the DDoS landscape, with the attacks getting more sophisticated. Here’s a bird’s eye view of this particular mode of cyber attack.

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