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Why free media standards are important

Mar 27, 20146 Comments61 Views

Alternative media relies too much on proprietary software, which is dangerous.


Google Patents new ‘Blink’ inpu...

Mar 24, 20142 Comments41 Views

An new patent submitted by Google to USPTO describes a smart contact lens to be used as inputs for wearable.


Facebook’s facial verification softwa...

Mar 18, 20149 Comments41 Views

DeepFace shows a significant advancement over previous face-matching software by mapping out 3D facial features.

Malaysia Airlines flight mysteriously went missing

Now you can help find the missing Malaysia ...

Mar 12, 20148 Comments50 Views

Colorado-based DigitalGlobe has floated two of its satellites to monitor the Gulf of Thailand and the South China Sea.


Here comes Onyxphone, an Ink Phone made for...

Mar 11, 201414 Comments57 Views

The OnyxPhone is a 4.3" phone that uses an energy saving e-Ink screen instead of the LCDs.


Dell justifies charging £16.25 to install ...

Mar 06, 201412 Comments86 Views

Dell says they are right to charge for a 'service' to install Firefox on customer's PCs.


Google Indoor maps come to India, businesse...

Mar 05, 201411 Comments42 Views

Google maps has made available indoor floor plans in India for the first time.


Intel reportedly buys smartwatch company, b...

Mar 05, 20147 Comments40 Views

Intel expands its portfolio of wearable devices and sensors with the acquisition of San Francisco-based smartwatch maker Basis Science.


Walmart’s VUDU now supports Chromecas...

Mar 05, 201410 Comments51 Views

VUDU has announced in a blog post that they are bringing Chromecast support to their video streaming service soon.


Facebook in talks to buy drone company!

Mar 04, 20144 Comments43 Views

Titan Aerospace makes solar-powered drones that can stay aloft for up to five years at a time.