Doctors in Brazil rang in the Justice League to give kids with cancer superhero formulas to get better. Now, more superhero help has arrived. You can help your child combat their fear of darkness at night with these Avengers-themed LED powered nightlights that are designed to look like Captain America's shield, Thor's hammer, and Hulk's fist smashing through a bedroom wall.
Chinese hackers aren't exactly shocking news anymore. In fact in 2008 they hacked two huge deals: The presidential campaigns of both Barack Obama and John McCain. They managed to steal internal documents from both Obama and McCain.
The Nike MAGs are a beauty in their own Back to the Future style, but this custom Iron Man version sends the boot into the future! It looks like something Tony Stark would invent - but with a fire boost or some gadgety ability.
It was reported that BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) was headed to iOS and Android devices in the summer. But the company has confirmed that the rumored date is wrong.
"While there have been reports that BBM will be available to iOS and
Android on June 27, this is not accurate," a BlackBerry spokesperson
told Mashable. "We will communicate an update as soon as we have an
availability date to share."
A Northern California startup SONTE has designed an alternative to traditional window coverings - a Wi-Fi enabled window film you put on existing windows that can switch from clear to opaque via a smartphone app.
Party-goers will know how it feels like to have a hangover, and worse, how it feels like trying to cure a hangover. In a nutshell, hangovers suck and partying would be so much more enjoyable if we didn't need to desperately recuperate the next day. So what's the real science behind hangovers? It's down to three factors: dehydration, acetaldehyde, and congener. All we know is that we won't be able to pronounce it, let alone remember the unholy trinity, when we're intoxicated. The video below will tell you all about your hangover:
Tim Cook has managed to remain coy when questioned about rumors of an Apple smartwatch. But here are reports that Apple has trademarked the "iWatch" name in Russia. Russian newspaper Izvestia and claims that the Apple trademark application covers computers and peripherals.
Whistle aims to help pet owners and vets spot early signs that a dog is sick. It will be using big data health revolution to make those decisions.
Ben Jacobs worked on an idea to catch symptoms early. Rapid changes in behavior might be tell tale signs of sickness. Most times, we often don't know what they are and might just shrug them off as just another day. But by that time, it may just be too late to remedy the problem.
The Xbox One is....the Hal 9000. In jest of course. While its still no where near HAL 9000, it's probably really just a start. Check out the short produced by Cinesaurus for Gritty Reboots.[Gritty Reboots]
A new method of using a time cloak lets you hide data at rapid rates. The concept could very well change the idea of security.
The concept behind a time cloak is by pulling light waves apart in time and then compressing them back together. It should be possible to create time pockets to cloak things. The researchers at Cornell just built the first working time cloak by using laser pulses. They used a phase modulator.
Forget going to other planets first. NASA is going to launch a mission to study the sun. In the sun, there's a mysterious spot above the sun's surface called the interface region. It is only 3,000 to 6,000 miles thick, and is constantly experiencing movement of heat and energy. It helps heat the corona which is the upper layer of the atmosphere. Temperatures here are so sauna hot it's around 1 million kelvins.
Quantum physics just got weirder. A team of scientists from the University of Jerusalem have used quantum entanglement to allow two photos that never existed at the same time to communicate with each other.
Last year we saw a reboot of Total Recall where they made used of some sci-fi futuristic tactile technology where one could be implanted in your skin and used as a phone by simply interfacing with your hand. The future's not that far off, because it could become a reality thanks to a new development from a lab in Japan.
ASUS unveiled its 3 in 1 computing device that will pack two of everything. The Asus Transformer Book Trio will feature two processors, two operating systems, two batteries and two separate memory allotments. It will either be a tablet, a laptop or even a desktop PC.