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Steve Jobs’ yacht Venus officially revealed to the public

10/29/2012, Back in April this year, renowned designer Philippe Starck revealed that he was working on a revolutionary project for Apple, which was later revealed to be a project not for Apple, but for Apple’s late co-founder, Steve Jobs. The project was for a...

More Microsoft Hardware a Possibility, says CEO

10/25/2012, “Is it fair to say we’re going to do more hardware? Obviously we are. We did our first piece of non-Xbox hardware when we launch the Surface. Where we see important opportunities to set a new standard, yeah, we’ll dive in.” It is...

Man embarks on full-scale Millennium Falcon replica project

10/25/2012, There are fans, and there are hardcore fans. Chris Lee could be thought of as the latter as he has embarked on a mission to create a full sized version of the Millennium Falcon. This is of course not a one man effort and Lee will be joined a team that...

Scientists Have Changed The Color of Gold

10/24/2012, Anodizing’s in the tech news world today because Apple (and other gadget makers) are realizing it’s a great way to make portable devices more durable and more attractive. However, the anodizing process involves coating metal with a thin layer...

New Algorithm More Accurately Predicts In-Vitro Success

10/23/2012, In-vitro is a complicated, expensive procedure that isn’t usually covered by insurance. So it would make sense that before the procedure is started, all interested parties have a good idea about the chance of success. The problem is that age is the...

Iron Man 3 official trailer sees debut of Mandarin

10/23/2012, It looks like phase two of Marvel’s superhero movies has begun after the previous finale that is the Avengers, and the build up kicks off with the third instalment of Iron Man 3 that saw Tony Stark’s Malibu home get blown to bits and pieces, not to...

Samsung Flexible AMOLED display mass production delayed on purpose?

10/23/2012, We did sniff out word that Samsung could very well begin mass production of their flexible AMOLED displays from as early as November onward, but it does seem as though this is not the case according to the latest word from the ground. ETNews has reported...

FTC Weighs on Facial Recognition Data and Services

10/22/2012, It’s not new that Facial Recognition does work: London had built an extensive security apparatus around that in recent years. There is also no question that the technology itself has become very reliable, but what’s new is that it has made its...

Unlace makes short work of nasty, tangled up cables

10/21/2012, Don’t you just hate it when the ordinary lines of cables and wires at the back of your computing setup tend to get all tangled up in a mess, never mind that when you first placed them together, they were in their very own lines without crossing over to...