Playing video games, or sitting at the computer too long can kill you! A 20 year old English man died in May after spending all night playing games on his Xbox 360. His family is now campaigning to raise awareness about the risk to those who spend long… Read More »
August 1, 2011 9 Comments
August 1, 2011 Comments Off on America’s First 3D Android Phone
Just picked up "America's First 3D Android Phone". While, after staring at 3D too long gets me eventually dizzy, this phone has been amazing so far in it's speed, clarity, and easy of use. The 3D is optional, so users that get anno… Read More »
July 5, 2011 1 Comment
Having 2 family members that have had an organ transplant, I do a bit of research on the subject. Today I stumbled upon a story about a Chinese boy who gave up his kidney by selling in China's black market... Reason? For an iPad2! Iron… Read More »
June 13, 2011 Comments Off on How to Disable Facebook’s facial recognition feature
Facebook, always winding up in a privacy debate battle; But imagine when Facebook's facial recognition feature backfires on you because now authorities and stalkers alike are able to scan your image (like google goggles) and automatically locate you and… Read More »
February 25, 2011 1 Comment
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January 18, 2011 5 Comments
The Daiwa Lease, a giant of the construction industry of Japan, in recent days has presented EDV-01 protoype, a module housing for natural disasters. The transport of these prefabricated units is via helicopter or truck and setup takes just 5 minutes… Read More »
January 22, 2010 4 Comments
A Japanese marine biologist and educator named Masamichi Hayashi has developed a new aspect of education. He has created some one hundred life-like, hand-made fish bots constructed from all kinds of recycled objects, including everything under the sun fr… Read More »
April 1, 2009 Comments Off on Quiet day for Conficker worm, for now….
The highly publicized conficker work virus quietly phones home today for instructions on how to behave, visiting 500 of 50,000 random generated websites. Distructive action from the work has yet to be seen. Perhaps it will be triggered at a later date,… Read More »
October 17, 2008 Comments Off on 10 GB tranmission through the air
A new millimeter-wave technology sends data at 10 gigabits per second developed by engineers at Batelle, a research and development firm from Columbus, OH. The technology operates on 60-100 Ghz. Read more on this amazing feat here: http://www.techno… Read More »
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