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Stephen Hawking Thinks AI Could Spell The End Of The Human Race

12/03/2014, Is artificial intelligence the way of the future? After all at the moment we do rely on AI to help us with simple tasks. For example Google Now, Siri, and Cortana could be considered AI. The NPCs in your video games can be considered AI. Your smart...

Google Developing Kid-Friendly Versions Of Popular Products

12/03/2014, Google is one of the biggest tech companies on the planet that owns and operates some of the most widely used online services, with Google Search undoubtedly being the flagship product. A senior executive from the company detailed plans to USA Today...

North Korea Not Denying Involvement In Sony Pictures Hack

12/03/2014, Last week Sony Pictures became the victim of a cyberattack. Top secret files of the company were compromised and some were even leaked online. Hackers also obtained copies of unreleased movies which quickly spread online through torrent sites. Sony...

Lenticular Paintings Change As You Walk Past Them

12/03/2014, The world of art is an interesting one, where the boundaries in this particular area of humanity continues to be pushed and expanded all the time. Artist Rafaël Rozendaal happens to be one of them, where he is most famous for colorful, abstract website...

Researchers Deliver The Rewritable Paper

12/03/2014, While we talk about going green, there is one particular thing that would be the prime candidate for recycling, and that would be the humble sheet of paper. However, have you ever wondered whether the day would arrive where a piece of paper can be used...

Talking 3D Maps Help The Visually Impaired Get Around

12/03/2014, A map is pretty much useless if you do not have good vision, or if you happen to be visually impaired. Having said that, a team of researchers from the University of Buffalo and Touch Graphics, Inc. decided to do something about this situation. The...

Google Donates $1 Million To Assist Libraries In Getting Connected

12/03/2014, It looks like Google intends to have everyone get connected to the Internet, with the company having donated $1 million to assist libraries that are located in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens to offer Sprint-powered hotspot devices so that qualifying...

Samsung Spends Plenty On R&D

12/03/2014, When you are a conglomerate like Samsung of South Korea, you can be sure that you would have to invest plenty of money in research and development in order to remain ahead of the game. Well, it seems that a recent research has pointed out that Samsung has...

North Korean Footprints Reportedly Discovered In Sony Pictures Hack

12/02/2014, When employees walked into Sony Pictures last week they were greeted with the image posted above on their computer screens. The company had been hit by a major cyberattack in which not only were unreleased movies stolen, but top secret documents were...

Marvel Unlimited Cyber Monday Deal

12/02/2014, If you are a huge fan of reading comics, and knowing that your favorite mode of entertainment has made its way into the digital format, then you would be pleased as punch to hear how Marvel is able to stretch your hard earned $0.75 to a whole new level....

MULTI Elevator Can Operate Without Cables And Travels Horizontally

12/02/2014, Elevators are pretty standard – they go up, they go down. Some are faster than others, and some are pretty damn slow. However one German tech company by the name of ThyssenKrupp has envisioned a future in which elevators are able to work without the...

New Material Reflects Sunlight, Radiates Internal Heat

12/01/2014, Now here is a spanking new high-tech material that is being developed by engineers who happen to hail from the University of Stanford, where it will be able to cool down buildings through the reflection of sunlight as well as having it radiate internal...

Google Fiber Goes Live In Austin

12/01/2014, Google’s gigabit internet service has gone live in Austin. Residents in certain parts of the city can now sign up for the Google Fiber TV and high-speed internet service. For now Google is only accepting signups from the southern and southeastern...