Every year many companies unveil their cutting-edge products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The CES 2014 is no different. This year at CES, wireless power firm WiTricity unveiled a new wireless power system that can recharge your iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S without contacting with the phone.
Jelly is a new social network which lets you ask questions and get answers from other humans. Launched only a day ago by Twitter founder Biz Stone, the new service is exclusive to mobile devices and comes with brilliant visuals.
UAE is in the process of purchasing $930 million worth of satellite hardware and technology from French companies. However, the deal is on the brink of being scrapped after UAE authorities found backdoors in the US-made components in satellites.
Google’s online mapping service is the most popular mapping solution right now. Without a doubt, Google has the best mapping tools and now, the company has revealed how exactly it picks up house numbers in Google Street View.
Online game streaming services have turned from once being whimsical ventures to stable, profit-making hits in the last few years. Sony is about to join the rush, annnouncing that its game-streaming ‘PlayStation Now’ is coming in summer this year.
With the explosive growth of mobile devices, it is only understandable that every vendor wants smaller and faster machines. Addressing the demand, Intel has now unveiled a 22nm dual-core PC that comes in the size of an SD card.
We know that fossils can reveal many things, including the evolution of an species. And now we have come to know that some scientists have unearthed 55-million-year-old fossils of an earliest carnivore. They think this animal might have fed on smaller mammals and insects.
Are you sure enough that whenever you brush your teeth, you brush it thoroughly? There’s a smart toothbrush named Kolibree that tells you “whether you brushed long enough and reached the hard-to-reach but important parts of your teeth and gums.”
Claims about alien sightings aside, Canada’s ex-defense minister Paul Hellyer has now claimed that aliens want to give us advanced technology. According to him, they wouldn’t do so until we stopped waging wars and became a peaceful race.
The OpenWorm decided to create an artificial worm that will wriggle and behave like real worms. And guess what? Using computer code and creating basic elements of a worm artificially, scientists have successfully created an artificial worm that writhes and behaves like real worm.
Last year, Mozilla unveiled Firefox OS for mobile devices, garnering critical acclaim for the new open-source platform. Now, the company has announced that it is partnering with Panasonic to bring Firefox OS to TVs.
With the incessantly explosive growth of mobile devices, vendors are ever in need for more computing prowess in increasingly smaller chips. Addressing the demand, Nvidia has now unveiled Tegra K1 mobile processor which, it claims, will put mobile computing at par with desktops.
There are many multiple-star systems, of which Triple Star System is one. Lately, some astronomers have said that they have discovered a unique Triple Star System which they believe may reveal the secrets of gravity.
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