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Pizza Hut’s crazy new pizza doesn’t even look like a pizza

09/28/2012, Pizza Hut in the Middle East has recently been debuting wild pizza creations that will never see American soil. Why not? The newest one of these creations, the Cone Crust pizza, take a concept not entirely foreign to pizza–the pizza...

zeebox TV Companion Experience launched in the US

09/26/2012, It does seem as though social TV as well as companion apps are quite the hot topic these days, and zeebox intends to ride on this wave of popularity by debuting its TV Companion Experience in the US for a slew of platforms – namely the iPhone, iPad,...

World’s smallest book to see print on Kickstarter

09/26/2012, If you were to travel back in time by half a decade, you would have come across the World’s Smallest Book, the “artwork” of Vancouver-based artist Robert Chaplin who focused an ion beam that carved letters onto a microchip which in the real world,...

Bumblebees could help in creating faster computers

09/26/2012, A number of patterns exist in nature which are mathematical in their nature. Scientists have long explored these patterns in both inanimate objects as well as living organisms. For instance, researchers at Queen Mary University believe that the study of a...

Element 113: Made in Japan

09/26/2012, Scientists in the Land of the Rising Sun are laying claim to one of the missing pieces on the periodic table of elements, although the name might be deemed to be unlucky for some – element 113, as it is. The Japanese scientists have discovered...

New Java vulnerability found, could affect 1 billion users

09/26/2012, Oracle has recently been at the receiving end of criticism when a zero-day exploit was discovered in Java, an exploit which we were told had been brought to Oracle’s notice months ago. Oracle broke its quarterly schedule to ship out a patch for the...

Google Maps go underwater, do we call it Google Seaview?

09/25/2012, iOS 6 users, here is what you will be missing on your spanking new iPhone 5 (as well as other devices that have been updated) – Google Maps’ recent introduction of checking out vibrant and stunning photos underwater, right across half a dozen of...

Google Maps to arrive on iPhone and iPad

09/25/2012, Hmmm, it seems as though a figurative game of Pong is being played where Google Maps on Apple devices are concerned. First, we heard that the Google Maps app has yet to be submitted to Apple for approval, while shortly later in the morning, there was word...

Sony to invest $642 million in Olympus

09/25/2012, There is nothing quite like a patriotic spirit when it comes to helping your fellow countrymen out, case in point, Sony is mulling over whether to invest a whopping $642 million in beleaguered Olympus. Olympus is definitely not immune to modern day...

NASA aims to build a base on moon

09/25/2012, Human bases built on other planets is a routine happening – at least as far as the realm of science fiction is concerned. But so far, there hasn’t been a real base put out there in a heavenly body by our race. That is about to change, though....

Hubble Telescope provides the deepest-ever view of the universe

09/25/2012, When gazing into the sky at nights, we are able to discern virtually infinite stars and heavenly bodies. But when watching with the bare eyes, we are not really able make out much difference between all these bodies, except that some are brighter than...

FCC may launch investigations into AT&T’s FaceTime blocking

09/25/2012, When Apple released iPhone 5 with the option of using FaceTime over cellular networks, iPhone users were rejoiced. They finally didn’t have to limit their FaceTime calls to WiFi connectivity and could finally make them truly on the go. But AT&T...