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Disney Research Uses RFID To Create Low-Cost Interactive Games

05/12/2016, It seems that toys for kids these days aren’t as cheap as they used to be, but it looks like thanks to the folks at Disney Research, they have come up with a way to use RFID to help create low-cost games that are interactive. How this is done is through...

Leaked Facebook Guidelines Shows Human Intervention With The News

05/12/2016, Facebook’s Trending Topics is supposed to be a way of showing Facebook users topics that are trending at the moment, presumably based on an algorithm that determines how many times it’s been shared, the reactions it’s gotten, and so on. However a...

Instagram Could Be Tool To Boost Interest In Paris Museums

05/12/2016, It was just yesterday that we brought you word as to how Instagram has unveiled a new icon as well as app design, and here we are with a public institution looking to Instagram as part of their efforts to boost the number of visits. One would think that...

45,000 People Call On Netflix To Ease Up ON VPN Users

05/12/2016, There was a time when Netflix really didn’t care if people were using VPNs to access its service because it only used to be available in a handful of countries officially. Earlier this year Netflix announced its immediate global expansion and...

Thai Students Caught Using Hi-Tech Methods To Cheat In Exams

05/12/2016, Remember back in the day when cheating in the exam as as simple and straightforward as writing down notes and answers on your inner arm and wearing a long sleeve shirt? Yea we know, we miss those days too, but fast forward to today, students have become...

FBI Director Blames Viral Videos For Spike In Violent Crime

05/12/2016, From time to time, videos make their way onto the internet and become viral, meaning that people not even from the same country have probably seen it. Sometimes these viral videos are of amazing musical performances, sometimes they’re just of cats doing...

Facebook Will Soon Support 360-degree Photos

05/12/2016, As you might have heard and seen by now, Facebook supports the uploading and sharing of 360-degree videos. However it looks like in addition to 360-degree videos, Facebook has announced that they will soon support 360-degree photos as well, which for the...

First Assassin’s Creed Movie Trailer Has Been Released

05/12/2016, The Assassin’s Creed movie is set for a release later this year. Ubisoft claims that the movie is “extremely promising”, so much so there are rumors that a sequel has already been greenlit even though the movie hasn’t been released or seen by...

Google Photos Gains Commenting And Smart Suggestion Features

05/11/2016, Google Photos is a great platform if you’re looking to backup your photos, or create an album to share with your friends and family that you went on vacation with, colleagues you took that company trip with, and so on. However unlike Facebook, Google...

Netflix’s ‘Voltron’ Comes Together In A New Trailer

05/11/2016, It is always very encouraging to see something old or retro make a comeback or return, featuring updated visuals as well as the latest in movie making technology. After all, we have seen remakes of classic movies, where CGI now plays such a big role, that...