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    Microsoft HoloLens Although Microsoft is not doing so well on the mobile market it appears to be doing great on the high-tech virtual reality gadgets. Things are not sci-fi yet, however the concept is and soon everybody will be able to experience dreaming while awake. The HoloLens will blend the real world and…

  • Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres

    Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres Nasa's Dawn spacecraft has entered an approach phase in which it will continue to close in on Ceres, a Texas-sized dwarf planet never before visited by a spacecraft. Launched in 2007, Dawn is scheduled to enter Ceres orbit in March 2015. Dawn recently emerged from solar conjunction, in which…

  • Gadgets blur lines of home and office

    Gadgets blur lines of home and office Digital technology in the workplace — email, Internet access and smartphones — increases worker productivity and flexibility but possibly at a price: a longer workday. Nearly half of workers who use online and digital tools (46 percent) say they feel more productive, a new Pew Research…

  • New Computer Can Understand Science Better Than Humans

    New Computer Can Understand Science Better Than Humans A computer developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UWM) has proved that it is better than scientists at extracting data from scientific publications and placing it in a database amongst thousands of other results. "We demonstrated that the system was no worse than people on all the things…

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  • Nasa Calls for Designs of High-Altitude Airships

    Nasa Calls for Designs of High-Altitude Airships Nasa has called for designs of an airship that can fly at altitudes higher than the current 65,000-foot limit for weather balloons and for longer than the existing ones. Weather balloons can soar to that height but are difficult to control and vulnerable to winds. Such airships could aid scientists…

  • How To Build A Robo-Deer To Catch Poachers

    How To Build A Robo-Deer To Catch Poachers The Robot MarketPlace, an electronics shop based in Florida, gets a lot of strange requests, but this was their wackiest to date: "Can we create a realistic deer robot to nab off-season poachers?"—Florida law enforcement Jim Smentowski, owner of The Robot MarketPlace, told us how they made it…

  • Artist Turns DNA From Chewed Gum Into Sculptures

    Artist Turns DNA From Chewed Gum Into Sculptures Two years ago, artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg caused a stir in both the art and biosecurity worlds when she displayed busts of people she’d never met. She determined the facial features for her “Stranger Visions” show using DNA found in the streets and subways of New York City.…

  • Santa Stuffs This Year's Stockings With iPhones and Phablets

    Santa Stuffs This Year's Stockings With iPhones and Phablets Old Saint Nick seems to be an iPhone guy, at least this year. If you received a smartphone or tablet over the holidays, chances are it was an Apple device — and very possibly a big one. That's what stats from mobile analytics firm Flurry suggest, anyway. Apple accounted for just over half…

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Windows 10 will be a universal platform
Windows 10 will be a universal platform

New features of the Windows 10 have been unveiled and the way things look it will be the best operating system that Microsoft has come up with till now. First of all it will be a universal platform, having the same features and capabilities on PCs and mobile devices. Some of the new features…

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  • Microsoft HoloLens
    Microsoft HoloLens

    Although Microsoft is not doing so well on the mobile market it appears to be doing great on the high-tech virtual reality gadgets. Things are not sci-fi yet, however the concept is and soon everybody will be able to experience dreaming while awake. The HoloLens will blend the real world and…

  • Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres
    Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres

    Nasa's Dawn spacecraft has entered an approach phase in which it will continue to close in on Ceres, a Texas-sized dwarf planet never before visited by a spacecraft. Launched in 2007, Dawn is scheduled to enter Ceres orbit in March 2015. Dawn recently emerged from solar conjunction, in which…

  • Gadgets blur lines of home and office
    Gadgets blur lines of home and office

    Digital technology in the workplace — email, Internet access and smartphones — increases worker productivity and flexibility but possibly at a price: a longer workday. Nearly half of workers who use online and digital tools (46 percent) say they feel more productive, a new Pew Research…

  • New Computer Can Understand Science Better Than Humans
    New Computer Can Understand Science Better Than Humans

    A computer developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UWM) has proved that it is better than scientists at extracting data from scientific publications and placing it in a database amongst thousands of other results. "We demonstrated that the system was no worse than people on all the things…

  • Nasa Calls for Designs of High-Altitude Airships
    Nasa Calls for Designs of High-Altitude Airships

    Nasa has called for designs of an airship that can fly at altitudes higher than the current 65,000-foot limit for weather balloons and for longer than the existing ones. Weather balloons can soar to that height but are difficult to control and vulnerable to winds. Such airships could aid scientists…

  • How To Build A Robo-Deer To Catch Poachers
    How To Build A Robo-Deer To Catch Poachers

    The Robot MarketPlace, an electronics shop based in Florida, gets a lot of strange requests, but this was their wackiest to date: "Can we create a realistic deer robot to nab off-season poachers?"—Florida law enforcement Jim Smentowski, owner of The Robot MarketPlace, told us how they made it…

  • Artist Turns DNA From Chewed Gum Into Sculptures
    Artist Turns DNA From Chewed Gum Into Sculptures

    Two years ago, artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg caused a stir in both the art and biosecurity worlds when she displayed busts of people she’d never met. She determined the facial features for her “Stranger Visions” show using DNA found in the streets and subways of New York City.…

  • Santa Stuffs This Year's Stockings With iPhones and Phablets
    Santa Stuffs This Year's Stockings With iPhones and Phablets

    Old Saint Nick seems to be an iPhone guy, at least this year. If you received a smartphone or tablet over the holidays, chances are it was an Apple device — and very possibly a big one. That's what stats from mobile analytics firm Flurry suggest, anyway. Apple accounted for just over half…

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Smartphone and overall gadgets nerds are ecstatic after the news CES 2015 brought them. If you haven’t heard yet Saygus launched a new smartphone as part of the Las Vegas convention and the name of this device is V2 – pronounced V squared. The manufacturer openly stated that with this…
  • iPad Air 2 Review: Still the King of Tablets

    iPad Air 2 Review: Still the King of Tablets This year, unlike the iPhones that went through a plethora of changes in design, the world's most popular line of tablet computers - iPad Air - only received an incremental face lift. The latest iPad now features Apple's proprietary Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the home button which was…

  • US makes bullet that can change direction in mid-air

    US makes bullet that can change direction in mid-air The United States Department of Defense has successfully tested a bullet that can change direction after it has been fired, apparently using fins built into the shell to direct it in the air and account for wind and targets moving. The Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance weapon, known as Exacto, is…

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  • Apple Wearable Camera
Apple Wearable Camera
There’s a new player on the portable camera market and already GoPro’s shares (leader of the market) have already fallen by 15%. Apple Inc is the new presence on the wearable camera market after they were granted the patent for such a camera. The new camera is supposed to do all that any…
  • Few cool gadgets to kick-start your New Year fitness regime

    Few cool gadgets to kick-start your New Year fitness regime With Christmas over, turkeys consumed and mountains of sweet treats guzzled and washed down with generous portions of Prosecco, our attention is now naturally focusing on our waistlines as we shudder at the thought of what our festive indulgences is doing to our bodies. Don’t despair though,…

  • Google Glass: an essential gadget that fits your pocket

    Google Glass: an essential gadget that fits your pocket Efficient functionality and compact design, two of many selling points of Google Glass. Nevertheless, let’s take a quick walk-through on the usability of this technology revolution in our day-to-day lives. A business executive in Manhattan checks his appointments first thing in the morning;…