mid air bulletTruth can be stranger than fiction at times, but there are moments when fiction does inspire some amazing technological advancements in the real world. For those who have watched “Wanted” that starred Angelina Jolie a few years back, you would have seen how the Fraternity’s assassins were able to curve bullets – but knowing that achieving such level of marksmanship in real life is impossible, perhaps the next best thing that is considered to be “doable” – would be to roll out bullets that are capable of changing directions in mid-flight.

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cell phone towersI am quite sure that just about all of us have experienced this before – you walk into a building, and have pretty decent network coverage on your smartphone, only to discover later on that in certain areas of the building, the network coverage magically drops to zero. Zilch. Nada. That can prove to be rather frustrating at times, especially if you tend to walk around during a conversation. Is there a way to remedy such a situation? Well, the UK government has arrived at an agreement with local operators to solve these network coverage woes, where the likes of EE, O2, Three and Vodafone will invest a whopping minimum figure of £5 billion in order to improve mobile infrastructure by 2017. The end result? To provide 90% of the UK with voice as well as text coverage.

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ps4 hrdware large25 640x334Earlier this month, we did learn of how Microsoft managed to score a win over its bitter rival, Sony, in the realm of console sales figures with the Xbox One actually overtaking the PS4 for the particular month of November. However, in the big scheme of things, Sony does not have that much to worry about since the Japanese firm has successfully moved more than 16 million PS4 consoles ever since it was released.

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internet explorer 11 640x400It seems that if you happen to be an avid Windows user on your desktop or notebook, and happen to live in Europe, you no longer be offered a choice of different browsers. It seems that the Windows Browser Ballot has been put to bed at last, and just in case you are wondering what the heck is the Windows Browser Ballot all about, it is a delayed punishment for Microsoft by the European Commission as the software giant opted to include Internet Explorer with the Windows operating system at the beginning of this millennium.

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lumia 535Good things do come to those who wait after all, and what looked and felt like an eternity has finally come to a halt – it seems that the Lumia Denim update has finally arrived, and it will not be confined to just China alone as we talked about not too long ago, but it will be a worldwide release this time around, as it encompasses Europe and the second most populous country in the world, India.

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derby pawWhile we have seen the power of the mind demonstrate the ability to control bionic parts such as hands and arms, things are not all that complex when it comes to our four legged friends, or furry kids as some people use for their term of endearment when it comes to our canine buddies. Derby happened to be born with deformations in both of his front legs, which in turn made movement extremely difficult (and painful to watch), not to mention being impossible to actually chase down a rabbit or ball. Thanks to the wonders of 3D printing of prosthetics, Derby the Husky mix can now run.

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Amazon is well known to be the delivery service king, where they have also explored the possibility of making deliveries of your online order through the clever use of drones. Having said that, the company is not one to rest on their laurels, and they have just introduced a brand new service that they call Prime Now – which will allow Prime members to place an order for “tens of thousands” of “daily essentials” – and yet can look forward to an immediate delivery, now how about that when it comes to efficiency?

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It was just yesterday that we talked about a mind-controlled bionic hand, and here we are with double the technology. This is also a DARPA-funded robotic limb which can be controlled through the power of thoughts alone, although we would be dealing with not one, but two of such robotic limbs that ought to make the reality of replacement smart limbs a reality.

Read full post →Man Controls Two Bionic Arms With The Power Of Thought


xiaomi antutuIt goes without saying that in this day and age, any upcoming handsets would most probably go through a baptism of fire of sorts – such as the AnTuTu benchmark, where we are able to glean some information on the possible hardware specifications as long as nothing official is revealed yet. The same can be said of this upcoming Xiaomi handset, where it will carry the codename HM2014811, having passed through the AnTuTu benchmark.

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colbert street viewAll good things must come to an end, and even diamonds, which are supposed to be forever, can end up getting lost or stolen along the way, which dispels the notion of anything permanent on this side of life. Heck, the same can be said of The Colbert Report, where there is only one more show left to go – and just in case you do not want to live out the rest of your life in regret of never making it to be part of the live audience, fret not – the folks over at Google have managed to offer you the chance to go on a virtual tour of the studio.

Read full post →Streetview Offers Inside Look At Stephen Colbert’s Studio