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Mechanic Stole $210,000 From Rigged Parking Meters

08/20/2013, There is an old Malay proverb that goes something like this after translation – no matter how high up a squirrel scurries, it will still fall down to the earth eventually. I guess that would be the most apt way of describing parking meter mechanic...

High Speed In-Flight Internet Possible By Next Year

08/20/2013, In-flight Internet has been around for some years already, but not all flights still offer this particular service. Not only that, you could more or less say that the in-flight Wi-Fi might not be fast enough to stream video content from sites including...

Pixy Brings Machine Vision To Robot World

08/20/2013, Just what is the Pixy? It happens to be a tiny camera that measures roughly half the size of a business card is capable of detecting objects which you have “trained” it to detect. This particular form of “training” is very different from Jedi...

Samsung Launches After-School Junior Software Academy In Korea

08/20/2013, Samsung announced today that it is launching a new project called Junior Software Academy in South Korea. Under this project, the Korean giant plans to give software lessons to 10,000 students of ages between 11 and 17. Students will be able to attend...

Lego Mindstorms EV3 Unveiled

08/20/2013, Lego continues to deliver when it comes to their Mindstorms kit, and the latest one is known as the Lego Mindstorms EV3 – which will include construction materials such as studs, beams, girders and wheels which will then be used to construct a...

Hizamakura Lap Pillow Is Absolutely Weird

08/19/2013, Now, there have been some pretty weird pillows that we have seen in the past, and the Ostrich Pillow is definitely one of them that managed to make the jump from being an idea to a successful Kickstarter project. Now only that, Capcom too, recently...

3D Model Hyperloop Transport System Revealed

08/19/2013, Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX and Tesla, did unveil his plan for the Hyperloop transportation system earlier this month to mixed reaction. Of course, great ideas tend to share one thing in common – there will always be naysayers in the mix who...

Google Patent Describes “Pay Per Gaze” Advertising

08/19/2013, The other day we reported on a Google patent that through the use of Google Glass, would be able to know exactly what you’re looking at, which we’re sure can be kind of scary given the fuss that lawmakers and the public in general make over privacy...

Google Chrome Could Be Getting Parental Controls

08/19/2013, If you’re a parent and you were hoping that Google’s Chrome browser for the computer would offer up a bit more features in terms of parental control, your wish could be granted because according to the latest Chrome developer build, it has been...

NYC Makes Biggest Gun Bust In History Aided By YouTube Videos

08/19/2013, Boasting or showing off online about your illegal activities is certainly a recipe for disaster. Take Cody Hall for example, the teenager who boasted about his reckless driving on Twitter, which ultimately led to a vehicular manslaughter charge against...

Nokia To Hold August 28th Event In Moscow, Russia

08/19/2013, Does anyone know what exactly is Nokia working on these days? Of course, we are pretty sure that they are going to continue with their investment in the Windows Phone platform from Microsoft, but there is more than meets the eye, too, as a number of...

Iron Man Cast Makes Us Want To Break All Of Our Bones For It

08/19/2013, It’s not uncommon for kids to get a broken bone at some point in their life as they live a dangerous life between snacks, multiplayer sessions of Call of Duty and nap time. Having your friends sign your cast is something we’ve all grown up...

Prankster Places Useless PlasticBox 1.2 In Best Buy Stores

08/18/2013, They say that laughter is the best medicine, but humor in its numerous forms, can be pretty subjective depending on the context of the situation as well as the people involved. For folks who happen to reside in the Los Angeles area and are more often than...