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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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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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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.

By On May 16, 2014 Respond
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Intel To Ship Open-Source Galileo 2.0 Computers This Summer

Intel To Ship Open-Source Galileo 2.0 Computers This Summer

Last year, Intel unveiled Galileo, an open-source, uncased computer that costs little. This year, the company has readied Galileo 2.0 which the company will start to ship this summer.

By On May 16, 2014 Respond
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Anyone In U.S. Can Now Buy Google Glass

Anyone In U.S. Can Now Buy Google Glass

Google seems to be finally tuning up the volume of Google Glass sales. The company has now announced that it is making Glass available to all users in the U.S. And that this is not a limited time offer.

By On May 14, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Create Organism With Artificial DNA!

Scientists Create Organism With Artificial DNA!

A research team in California has attempted to embed a piece of artificial genetic code in an organism. So far, it seems to be working fine and the organism is reproducing normally so that the off-springs carry the genetic alteration as well.

By On May 8, 2014 Respond
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NASA Claims Bacteria Could Colonize On Mars

NASA Claims Bacteria Could Colonize On Mars

Bacteria are found in almost every environment since they are able to survive in many different habitats. They are also able to survive in extreme temperatures and can live with or without oxygen. Although Mars is not a habitable place, NASA has claimed that bacteria could colonize on Mars.

By On May 7, 2014 Respond
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Mini Mobile Robotic Printer Gets Roaring Success On KickStarter

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer Gets Roaring Success On KickStarter

Most probably this is one of the innovative projects on KickStarter – a Mini Mobile Robotic printer that you can carry in your pocket. It is amazing because like many other mobile devices, it turns the until-now bulky printer into a sleek, small device.

By On May 5, 2014 Respond
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Stephen Hawking Warns About The Rise Of The Robots And Artificial Intelligence

Stephen Hawking Warns About The Rise Of The Robots And Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) was a notion for lab researchers a decade or so ago. Today, each of us has a little part of AI in our handsets in the form of Siri, or Cortana or some other AI-based service. Stephen Hawking, the notable physicist, has now warned against the AI.

By On May 4, 2014 1 Response
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People Chosen The Design Of NASA’s New Z-2 Spacesuit

People Chosen The Design Of NASA’s New Z-2 Spacesuit

NASA chose three possible designs for the outer shell of its Z-2 spacesuit and requested general people last month to cast their vote for their favorite spacesuit out of those three. And finally, based on the votes, NASA has revealed its Z-2 spacesuit design.

By On May 1, 2014 Respond
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Project Seeks Crowdsourced Funding To Reuse An Abandoned Space Probe

Project Seeks Crowdsourced Funding To Reuse An Abandoned Space Probe

NASA shot off the International Sun/Earth Explorer 3 (ISEE-3) into space 36 years ago. The space agency now plans to bring the probe home later this year but a new crowdsourced project wants to gather money to make use of it for citizen science.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Launches Newswire, Gets Down Into News Business

Facebook Launches Newswire, Gets Down Into News Business

Facebook launched its Paper app a while ago, apparently as an attempt to enter the news business. While the app hasn’t exactly been successful, the social network is now launching a Newswire which will do breaking news.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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Robots Make School Life Interesting For Autistic Children

Robots Make School Life Interesting For Autistic Children

Autistic children can be very shy in their interactions and engaging their interest at school can be tough. But Topcliffe Primary in Birmingham is doing an excellent job at this by using two friendly robots. These robots can have conversations with autistic kids and play games as well.

By On April 23, 2014 Respond
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New Test Can Predict The Language-learning Prowess Of Individuals

New Test Can Predict The Language-learning Prowess Of Individuals

Some people are better at learning different and new languages than others. A U.S. military test has long been used to identify such individuals and now such a test may soon be made available to the general public.

By On April 23, 2014 Respond
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