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Japan Will Build An Ice Wall At Fukushima

05/26/2014, The Tokyo Electric Power Company announced back in March 2013 that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant was leaking radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean again. Contaminated water was found to be overflowing from a storage tank. A few months later a...

Cox Gigabit Internet Rolls Out Later This Year

05/26/2014, It will take some time for gigabit internet to reach every home in the country, however cable operators are putting in a lot of resources to bring it to the masses. Even Google has joined in on the action, offering gigabit-speed broadband to a handful of...

Iran Court Gives Order To Ban Instagram

05/25/2014, Iran has chosen to isolate itself in the cyberspace. While we live in a time where social networks and other online services have truly made the world a global village the country has banned most of these services on various grounds, though primarily it...

New York City Uses Yelp To Track Food Poisoning Outbreaks

05/25/2014, Yelp is a popular service that is used by millions of people around the world to research about venues they might be interested in visiting. Users often post reviews of restaurants they visit and if they don’t like it they can warn other...

Redbox To Uninstall 500 Movie Rental Kiosks This Year

05/25/2014, Redbox enjoyed a strong period of growth given the fact that customers preferred this movie rental service due to the convenience it offers as well as its low prices. Over the past few years the company has installed more than 40,000 DVD rental kiosks in...

Easybreath Snorkel Mouth Gives Snorkeling A Makeover

05/23/2014, If you’re the sort that like to dive underwater and go on snorkeling trips, then perhaps you might want to invest in a snorkel mask like the Easybreath mask. The device was created by a water sports company in France, and they actually won first place...

Japan Planning Free WiFi Access For Tourists

05/23/2014, There are some parts of the world where free public WiFi isn’t as accessible compared to other countries. Japan is one of these countries, mainly because its residents have long relied on mobile broadband for access, which is why there isn’t much need...

Microsoft Challenged An FBI Gag Order, And Won

05/22/2014, Back in 2013, Microsoft had gotten a request from the FBI, requesting data on one of their enterprise customers, so basically the FBI just wanted to know more about that particular user. However the feds also added a gag order, where basically they wanted...

Magnetic Shoes Allows One To Walk On The Ceiling

05/22/2014, Now here is definitely something worth checking out – a pair of shoes that will allow someone to walk on the ceiling itself, upside down. Yes, you read that right – 34-year old Colin Furze from Lincolnshire has managed to use the better part...

Chinese Company Wants To Build Underwater City

05/22/2014, We’re sure some of you guys have been to places like the zoo where they might have exhibits for underwater animals. Sometimes these exhibits have been designed to make us feel like we’re underwater, and that the animals are swimming above us, kind of...

Frostie The Goat Kid Gets Around In Small Wheelchair

05/21/2014, There are moments when we humans simply “connect” to the world around us, and by that, I am referring to nature and not something that has to do with computers, smartphones or tablets. Take Frostie for instance – Frostie is a sick baby goat who...