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Text-Walking Lanes Introduced In Antwerp, Belgium

06/15/2015, Walking and texting is probably a lot more safe compared to texting while driving, although admittedly it can also be dangerous if you were to walk and bump into others, walk into a manhole, trip and hurt yourself, or worse – walk into oncoming...

Netflix Struggling With “Orange Is The New Black” Piracy

06/15/2015, It is no secret that with every episode released and with every new season of Game of Thrones, HBO’s problems with piracy is increased and at the moment, it certainly looks like it is a neverending battle that HBO is facing. Now it looks like HBO’s...

Everything Announced At Google I/O 2015

06/14/2015, It has only been a couple of days since the announcements at Google I/O 2015, where the company showed off some of its new software products. We got to see a new version of Android, the company’s new payments service, new features for Android Wear...

Lab Grown Mini Boobs Could Help To Study Cancer

06/12/2015, In order to defeat your enemy, you would first need to know how the enemy functions, thinks, and works. Cancer, being a very prevalent disease these days that seem to strike just about every family, has undergone plenty of research, but it is still not...

Changeable Textures On Demand

06/12/2015, 3D printing technology has certainly come a long way since its early days, and it is nice to see progress happening in the right direction. The creation of surfaces is not too difficult – in fact, it is rather simply to churn out smooth ones, or...

FTC Successfully Goes After Fraudulent Kickstarter Campaign

06/11/2015, Kickstarter is an amazing platform that allows inventors and innovators to sell their ideas to the public that might otherwise have been passed on by bigger companies. Sometimes these campaigns involve all sorts of amazing technology, which in some cases...

Marriott Now Offering Netflix On Guest Room TVs

06/10/2015, Ever check into a hotel and get extremely bored? Well that’s likely to happen, perhaps you might want to remedy that by watching a bit of TV. What if there’s nothing interesting on? Perhaps you may want to fire up Netflix and catch up on the...

PlayStation Vue iPad App Arrives

06/10/2015, The online TV streaming arena is getting pretty competitive as a host of companies try and break into this nascent market. A few months back Sony launched its online TV streaming service called PlayStation Vue though only in a select few cities in the...

Samsung And Universal Pictures Team Up To Promote Jurassic World

06/10/2015, Samsung today announced that it has inked a global marketing partnership with Universal Pictures for the purpose of promoting Jurassic World, the much awaited upcoming movie in the iconic Jurassic Park series from Steven Spielberg. During this promotion...

Batmobile From Batman Vs Superman Seen

06/10/2015, It is one thing to check out blurry shots or unclear images of an incomplete device, or game, or even still video shot of an upcoming show, and it is another to see a real and crisp image of a movie shot that looks set to roll in the money when said movie...

New Tool Used To Predict Solar Storms

06/10/2015, A scientist who hails form India has managed to develop a unique tool – one that is touted to be able to predict large solar storms with a timeframe of more than 24 hours in advance, as well as do its bit to save systems that are on the Earth from...

TiVo Rolls Out Online Free Cross-Platform Search

06/10/2015, It looks like TiVo has just introduced what you can claim to be one of the very best features to the masses from its DVR, where it will unify the entire cross-platform search process. Basically, this particular feature would enable the user to look up...

First The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 Trailer Released

06/09/2015, Fans of the Hunger Games franchise have been keeping their fingers crossed for the first trailer and they’ll certainly be happy to know that the first The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 trailer has finally been released today. Those who have read...