Archive for the ‘Tech News’ Category

Scientists Send Messages Directly From One Brain To Another

Scientists Send Messages Directly From One Brain To Another

The functionality of a human brain is really mysterious. Human body part receives a message, then it goes to the mind, mind reads and understands it and then acts accordingly. But is it possible to send messages directly from one brain to another? Until now, it might have been not possible, but now it’s possible. Lately, scientists have sent messages directly from one brain to another.

By On September 4, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Microsoft Unveils Cortana, Its Version of Siri – But IPhone Users Don’t Care

Microsoft Unveils Cortana, Its Version of Siri – But IPhone Users Don’t Care

The latest commercial from Microsoft pits its intelligent personal assistant Cortana, which is featured on Nokia Lumia phones and on the Windows Phone 8.1, against iPhone’s Siri.

By On September 2, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
FAA Bans U.S. Airlines From Flying Over Syria

FAA Bans U.S. Airlines From Flying Over Syria

According to a new report by a respected international research group, armed groups in Syria have an estimated several hundred portable anti-aircraft missiles that could easily be diverted to extremists and used to destroy commercial planes. After knowing this, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has banned the U.S. airlines from flying over Syria.

By On August 20, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
The History of Cloud Computing

The History of Cloud Computing

The cloud wasn’t always widely accepted, but, fortunately, cloud computing has come a long way since the term was introduced in 2006 by Google’s Eric Schmidt. Lets learn some history.

By On August 19, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Researchers Made Simple Tattoo That Could Use Body Sweat To Power Electronic Devices

Researchers Made Simple Tattoo That Could Use Body Sweat To Power Electronic Devices

Most of the electronics devices like tablets, smartphones etc. have a common factor – they need to be charged. Usually we charge an electronic device by simply plugging it in a socket. But now, researchers at the University of California in San Diego, have made a very simple tattoo that could use body sweat to power small electronic devices.

By On August 17, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Miilo: A Special Bi-cycle That Fits Kids Even After They Grow Up

Miilo: A Special Bi-cycle That Fits Kids Even After They Grow Up

During childhood, most of the kids (specially the boys) prefer to have a bi-cycle. But the bi-cycles start becoming obsolete as soon as the kids grow up gradually. In other words, the height of the bi-cycles become shorter in terms of their height. But now, there’s a new bi-cycle called Miilo that will fit to the kids even after they grow up.

By On August 16, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
World’s Largest PC Maker Lenovo Now Sells More Smartphones Than PCs

World’s Largest PC Maker Lenovo Now Sells More Smartphones Than PCs

Chinese multinational computer technology company Lenovo is the world’s largest PC maker. Besides making PCs, the company also designs, develops, manufactures and sells smartphones and so many things. But the very interesting thing is Lenovo now sells more smartphones than PCs.

By On August 15, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Researchers Developed A Smartphone That Can Be Charged By Sound

Researchers Developed A Smartphone That Can Be Charged By Sound

Battery life is one of the most critical issues for smartphone vendors and users. Until now, we have seen so many amazing technologies to recharge phones in a smart way and shortly. And now, a team of scientists from the Queen Mary University of London in collaboration with Nokia has developed such a smartphone that can be charged by sound.

By On August 14, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
IBM Built “Brain-like” Processor “TrueNorth”, It Can Mimic Human Brain

IBM Built “Brain-like” Processor “TrueNorth”, It Can Mimic Human Brain

IBM has created a customized “brain-like” processor called TrueNorth that can mimic human brain. It comes with a whopping 4,096 processor cores. The chip contains 5.4 billion transistors. Furthermore, it is capable of mimicking 256 million synapses and 1 million human neurons.

By On August 12, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Apple And Samsung Agreed To Drop All Their Patent Lawsuits Outside The US

Apple And Samsung Agreed To Drop All Their Patent Lawsuits Outside The US

Whenever two names – Apple and Samsung – are uttered together, most of us now understand that it’s related to patent, lawsuits or some kind of infringement as in the past few years, we have seen this two tech giants battling with each other regarding this kind of things and nothing else. But now, both companies have agreed to drop all their patent lawsuits against each other in countries outside the U.S.

By On August 7, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Beware! MIT Researchers Can Listen To Your Conversation By Watching Your Potato Chip Bag

Beware! MIT Researchers Can Listen To Your Conversation By Watching Your Potato Chip Bag

If you are holding a packet of potato chips in your hand and talking to another person in a very low voice and you are confident that no other person can hear you or no other person is listening to you, then you might be wrong. Lately, MIT researchers have developed an algorithm which help them listen to your conversation by watching your potato chip bag.

By On August 5, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Pirate Bay Launches A New Mobile Website

Pirate Bay Launches A New Mobile Website

The Pirate Bay, one of the most popular sites on the web for illegally downloading copyrighted material, is one of the favorite Torrent sites of many people. Many people had been demanding for long time to download such copyrighted materials via phones. And the good news is lately, Pirate Bay has launched a new mobile website called The Mobile Bay.

By On July 27, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Mark Zuckerberg Becomes Richer Than Sergey Brin And Larry Page

Mark Zuckerberg Becomes Richer Than Sergey Brin And Larry Page

In March of this year, we reported that Bill Gates was the world’s richest man. At then, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg was lagged behind Google Inc. co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. But lately, it’s been reported that Zuckerberg is richer than those Google guys.

By On July 25, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Motorola Unveiled A ‘Digital Tattoo’ That Can Unlock Moto X Phone

Motorola Unveiled A ‘Digital Tattoo’ That Can Unlock Moto X Phone

Are you tired of unlocking your phone in traditional way? No worries. Motorola has unveiled a digital tattoo through which Moto X phone users will be able to unlock their handset just in the blink of their eyes.

By On July 23, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Flexible Printed Batteries Coming Soon To Power Wearable Devices

Flexible Printed Batteries Coming Soon To Power Wearable Devices

We have seen curved OLED TV, urine-powered robots, urine powered mobile phone charger and many other innovative technologies. Now, it’s time to see flexible printed batteries which is said to power wearable devices.

By On July 23, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Topic List
Close You Have To Login
User:
Pass:
Login With »Login With TwitterLogin With Facebook