Archive for February, 2013

Jonathan Coon turned heads Wednesday with iPad software that lets people try on sunglasses by manipulating 3-D images of themselves from the neck up. Continue reading

Some of America’s largest and most storied metropolitan newspapers are up for sale, in a sign of the turmoil facing an industry struggling to find a business model in the digital age. Continue reading

The Wikipedia paradox: Who’s telling the truth?











People are less likely to trust a poorly written article if the visual cues suggest it comes from Wikipedia. Presented with the same information in an alternative layout, their trust will be greater. The presence of serious factual errors has little or no effect on the trust placed in a Wikipedia article, even among experts on the subject in question. Continue reading

Scientists from IBM Research and Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland unveiled a technological achievement in signal conversion technology that can improve Internet speeds to 100 Gigabits per second (Gb/s), doubling current technology on the market today. The research was presented at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) on February 20. Continue reading

A research team from Stanford University led by associate professor Subhasish Mitra and headed by Professor Philip Wong, has demonstrated a computer chip based on transistors made out of carbon nanotubes. The demonstration took place at this year’s International Solid-State Circuits Conference held in San Francisco. Continue reading

Russian Master Hacked ATM to Play “Angry Birds”

Generally speaking, the role of ATM automated teller machine can only withdraw money, but the for geeks breakthrough sky, everything is possible! Recently, a master from Russia after successfully hacked an ATM cash machine, even above playing “Angry Birds”. Continue reading

German company called Rinspeed company has designed a home electric vehicles. The unique design of the electric car, as a small mobile living room, providing people with an energy saving and environmental protection, yet simple atmospheric way to travel. Continue reading

Since Windows 8 since the introduction of Microsoft and have too much to talk about in public places, and even blamed. However, some industry analysts, industry insiders believe that Microsoft’s new operating system does the ongoing efforts to save the flagging hardware industry. Continue reading

iOS Smartwatch Support Charging for 10 Days – Specification & Review

iOS Smartwatch Support Charging for 10 Days – Specification & Review

In recent years, in addition to 3D print technology industry areas of concern, smart watches cause everyone’s interest. The smart watch manufacturers face a challenge, how to make a little a battery support from all the features of the non-traditional watch. This is the advantage of Bluetooth 4.0 technology. Bluetooth 4.0 power consumption than Bluetooth technology reduced.  Continue reading

Samsung Electronic Wallet like Apple Passbook

Samsung Electronic Wallet like Apple Passbook

According to foreign media reports, Samsung held today in Barcelona Mobile World Congress (Mobile World Congress) released a similar Android version of Apple Passbook electronic ticket coupon management tool – Wallet. Continue reading