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Avatar Said To Get 3 More Sequels

08/01/2013, James Cameron’s Avatar was definitely a watershed in showing off the potential of 3D movies at the box office, and most folks who watched it for the first time in their lives were blown away by the visuals. It was simply stunning, to say the least, with...

SkyBalls See ‘Giant Testicles’ Floating In The Air

08/01/2013, I guess you can say that it is a common assumption that men tend not to like to discuss about their health with others, perhaps because there is a macho persona to protect. What is discussed even more rarely would be the health status of the family...

3Dörtgen Is Turkey’s First 3D Printer Store

08/01/2013, When it comes to 3D printing, one of the names that keeps on cropping up would be Solidoodle. Just in case it sounds vaguely familiar to you, let me jog your memory a little bit – Solidoodle is an affordable 3D printer for homes which debuted last...

Netflix Multi-User Profiles Launched For iOS, Apple TV And More

08/01/2013, Last month Netflix announced that it would be launching multi-user profiles this summer. Despite the fact that a subscription to Netflix only costs $8 per month, many subscribers are likely to share their subscriptions with family members or friends....

Sol Wave House A Twitter Experience Hotel

07/31/2013, Hotels and technology have always jived well together, as we have seen our fair share of instances in the past, where Hotel Bel-Air has iPads in guest rooms so that guests are able to place room service orders, or how about the Kinect Hotel Room that...

UPS Store Offers 3D Printing Service

07/31/2013, Well, this is definitely a first for the UPS Store, as they have just announced that they will hold the distinction of being the first nationwide retailer to test out 3D printing services; and this is done in-store, of course. Not all UPS Stores will...

Microsoft To Rename SkyDrive Following Court Verdict

07/31/2013, You might be familiar with SkyDrive, Microsoft’s cloud based data storage. The company has put in a lot of resources in to building up this brand, particularly in the competitive cloud storage niche where you have players like Dropbox and...

Microsoft Accidentally Files DMCA Take Down Request On Themselves

07/31/2013, If you’ve ever tried searching for copyrighted material on Google, you might have noticed that some search results have been omitted and a message has been left in its place, informing you that the website has been removed from Google’s search results...

Fake GPS Signals Send Yacht Astray

07/30/2013, Well, well, it seems that you might want to upgrade your navigational systems on your multi-million dollar yacht after hearing this news – researchers from the University of Texas claimed to have succeeded in generating fake GPS signals, and this...

Targeted Real-Life Ads Can Figure Out ‘Who You Are’

07/29/2013, Advertising is an industry that works on metrics and the more detailed the information of their target demographic, the better. In fact, you could say that the digital age has brought about a change in the way advertising works, with targeted adverts that...

Automated Wine Bar Serves You Drinks After Smartcard Transaction

07/29/2013, Self-service seems to be the way to go, and human waiters as well as bartenders do seem to be a dying breed in the process as part of the “collateral damage” whenever restaurants and eating establishments deploy food serving robots. Well, a new wine...

Kyoto University Installs “Alone” Seats In Its Dining Hall

07/29/2013, You might have often heard the phrase “forever alone” on the internet, this particular phrase has been made popular by memes. It is usually used to describe someone who doesn’t have any friends and is, quite literally, alone. Kyoto...