PointGrab To Unveil Technology For Controlling Devices With Gestures At CES 2014

PointGrab To Unveil Technology For Controlling Devices With Gestures At CES 2014

The Consumer Electronics Show 2014 is going to take place from Jan 7 to Jan 10 in Las Vegas. Tel Aviv-based PointGrab plans to show its latest technology for controlling devices and appliances by pointing at them at the CES 2014.

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First Human Patient Implanted With Carmat’s Artificial Heart

First Human Patient Implanted With Carmat’s Artificial Heart

Carmat’s artifical heart has been around for a while, having won legal health approval in a number of countries. Now, the first bioprosthetic heart from the company has been implanted in a human patient for the first time ever.

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NASA Used ‘MacGyver’ Snorkel To Quick-Fix Leaked Cooling Line At ISS

NASA Used ‘MacGyver’ Snorkel To Quick-Fix Leaked Cooling Line At ISS

Lately, a cooling line at the ISS has been leaked and to fix that, two American astronauts will be sent into space this weekend. As a safety precaution, NASA has developed snorkels for those astronauts, if ‘just in case’ their helmets fill up with water while repairing the cooling line.

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iOS App Store: Most Popular Free & Discounted Holiday App Deals

iOS App Store: Most Popular Free & Discounted Holiday App Deals

To celebrate the holiday season, many top apps got discount for iOS users. Free and discounted apps including some popular programs are available that you can have a look to this free and cheap apps to make this holiday more interesting.

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Scientists Successfully Reverse Aging In Animals!

Scientists Successfully Reverse Aging In Animals!

The search for a way of reversing the effects of aging has been the holy grail of medical science. Scientists in US have now made a huge victory to that end, successfully reversing the effects of muscular aging in mice.

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Sounds Made By A PC Can Be Used To Hack Personal Details

Sounds Made By A PC Can Be Used To Hack Personal Details

With every passing day, new and astonishing PC exploits are discovered. Scientists have, for instance, now revealed that the sounds made by a PC can be used to hack the personal details of its users.

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Halley’s Comet May Have Caused A Famine 1500 Years Ago

Halley’s Comet May Have Caused A Famine 1500 Years Ago

In modern times, comets are usually considered a fine sight. But scientists now say that Halley’s comet, 1500 years ago, may have caused a widescale famine by rousing a wave of dust and lowering the temperature of Earth’s atmosphere.

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Court Ruling Allows Publishers To Directly Broker Deals With Pandora

Court Ruling Allows Publishers To Directly Broker Deals With Pandora

Until now, Pandora bagged bulk licensing rights to multiple music publishers by dealing directly with big wigs such as BMI. However, a new court ruling now allows individual music publishers to directly negotiate deals with Pandora.

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Apple’s New Mac Pro Works Silky Smooth, Offers 900+MB/s Read/Write Speed

Apple’s New Mac Pro Works Silky Smooth, Offers 900+MB/s Read/Write Speed

Apple finally launched the new Mac Pro this December 19 and the feedback on the machine has been amazing. It appears that the new model is able to handle even the heaviest of tasks, such as editing 4K videos, without any hiccups.

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Hacking Forums Start Selling The Stolen Target Credit Card Numbers

Hacking Forums Start Selling The Stolen Target Credit Card Numbers

One of the biggest banking heist of recent times occured when hackers were successful in making away with 40 million credit card numbers. It would now appear that these hackers are now selling the numbers at underground hacking forums.

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1000-Year Old Skulls Reveal Ancient Peruvians Carried Brain Surgery!

1000-Year Old Skulls Reveal Ancient Peruvians Carried Brain Surgery!

Trepanning is a surgical intervention in which a hole is drilled or scraped into the human skull. Lately, by excavating and examining 1,000-year-old skulls, some bioarchaeologists say that people of late intermediate period used to use trepanning for all kinds of treatment – from head injuries to a broken heart.

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Landing Of Mars One Spacecraft On Mars Will Be Broadcast Live

Landing Of Mars One Spacecraft On Mars Will Be Broadcast Live

We already know that Netherlands-based startup Mars One wants to set the first human colony on Mars. As a first major step of its project, Mars One will launch a Mars lander and a satellite in 2018. It’s been reported that the landing of those will be broadcast live.

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DARPA Robotics Challenge Features An Exceptionally Strong Robot

DARPA Robotics Challenge Features An Exceptionally Strong Robot

We have seen some truly impressive robots in the recent past. But a new robot, unveiled at ongoing DARPA Robotics Challenge outdoes them all because it packs some extraordinary strength.

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Future Drones Coming With A Blessing Or Curse?

Future Drones Coming With A Blessing Or Curse?

Now a days, drones have become much popular. But are the future drones coming with blessing or curse in our life? Carnegie Mellon robotics professor Illah Nourbakhsh says drones will be “uncomfortable and very annoying” in future.

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Bill Gates Sends Secret Santa Gift To Reddit User

Bill Gates Sends Secret Santa Gift To Reddit User

Secret Santa is a yearly tradition when people send gifts to a complete stranger in the spirit of Christmas. This year, a lucky Redditor got to have Bill Gates as her Secret Santa, something which took here by surprise.

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