Apple has been trying to bring its mobile and desktop platforms closer for a while now. With the new OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Apple is finally taking a huge stride towards that goal. The new version of OS X packs stunning design elements and features from iOS.
NSA has been at the heart of a huge debate about digital privacy for the past year or so. A new report now suggests that the agency collects millions of images per day from the web for use in facial recognition to find intelligence targets.
You guys already seen enough of guesses on what to expect from this WWDC 14. Lets look at all the facts, instead of wild imagination and fantasy, lets see what we are not going to see from Mascone Center, just few hours later.
Birdsnap is developed by a team of researchers from Columbia University which can identify a bird species from a picture. User can also explore different species. It automatically detect visually similar species and it also able to make suggestions to distinguished among them.
Shell Eco-Marathon contests are meant to encourage innovation in clean and fuel-friendly vehicles. In European leg of the contest, a car named ‘Microjoule’ won the top slot for its ability to cover a whopping 25,000 miles on £15 of fuel.
Ever since his death, Einstein’s brain has been somewhat of a mystery for scientists. A 1985 study famously suggested that his brain was different from other, normal brains. But a new study refutes this claim, citing that Einstein’s brain is perfectly normal.
Google launched Android Wear amid lot of fanfare. The operating system for smartwatches hinted that Google is ready to enter the wearable market. Now, the first hands-on video of Android Wear has surfaced, running atop an LG smartwatch.
The digital music market is suddenly witnessing a lot of developments. First Apple signed an acquisition deal with Beats and now a report suggests that Amazon is preparing to roll out a music streaming service of its own in summer this year.
Real Racing 3 has got some major updates which will boost the ultimate endurance racing cars. It also brings the most-anticipated night racing mode, spil-screen multiplayer for local area network mode, Porsche Time Trial Competition, Le Mans Campaign and many more.
The race in the smartwatch market seems to be heating up. Reports have it that Microsoft also plans to debut a smartwatch of its own soon. Surprisingly, this smartwatch will be compatible not only with Windows Phone handsets but also with iPhone and Android smartphones.
There is a lot going on in the field of quantum physics and quantum technology these days. Dutch scientists have now joined the fray by successfully teleporting information over a distance of 10 feet, exploiting a phenomenon called ‘quantum entanglement.’
Wormholes are one of the most interesting phenomenon in physics, theoretically possible but never been spotted. Scientists have now speculated that the huge blackhole at the center of our galaxy may after all be a wormhole.
It’s been hearing that round that Greg Brown and Dave Fawcett are working on a new conceptual car called GF7 that comes with fabulous design and a lot of high-tech features. This car will be able to fly in the air with a speed of 550 mph (885 km/h).
We extensively covered the vulnerability in the OpenSSL protocol that put three-quarters of the internet at security risk recently and came to be known as ‘Heartbleed.’ Now, a malware is being spread masquerading as a ‘Heartbleed Bug Removal Tool.’
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