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Watch Incredible Speech From Google CEO Larry Page At The I/O Conference (Video)
BlackBerry Launching BBM For iOS and Android This Summer (Video)
The Future of Google Glass Could Look Like This (Video)
Bill Gates Interview: "I Wish I Had Steve Jobs' Sense Of Design"
Google and NASA Building AI With Quantum Computers
Google and NASA are teaming up to create a laboratory to develop the future of artificial intelligence using quantum supercomputers. The Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab, basesd at NASA's Ames Research Center in California, will be home to a quan...
Report: Tablets Will Outship Desktops This Year, Portable PCs Next Year
It's no surprise that more people will be buying tablets this year compared to desktop PCs, but this will be the first time it will outship desktops this year, according to a report by IDC. Tablet PC shipments will surpass desktops, and the category...
Asus and Leap Motion Will Bring Gesture Based Computing To You Soon
It won't be long before the computers we use everyday will be gesture filled. Asus is striking hard and first with its high end laptops and desktops. They've just inked a deal with Leap Motion. The two have already begun integrating Leap's gesture b...
IBM Predicts Cognitive Computing In Five Years - See, Hear, Taste, Smell and Touch
It's no surprise that the future of computing will be far more sophisticated in the future. We're already seeing bits of the future here today, in forms that aren't its fullest potential yet. In the next five years, IBM says computers will be able t...
Motorola's Hands Free Computing Solution Will Make You Look Like The Borg (Video)
If you thought Google Glasses were silly, then this headset coming from Motorola Solutions might just be absurd. But don't worry, we reckon you'll only wear this when you need to. They are designing the next phase in hands free computing. Called th...
Researchers Make Supercomputer Out Of Cluster of Smartphones
Here's an idea, but it's not a new one. Your phone could be acting as a node in a concept to string together devices acting as a single processing unit. According to New Scientists, researchers from the Technical University of Braunschweig in German...
Hall Of Fame: Intel Innovations That Had An Impact On Today's Technology
Intel has just unveiled its list of 10 “Hall of Fame” innovations that came from developments in the company’s lab. The list was revealed by Justin Rattner (CTO and vice president of Intel Labs) during an event to help commemorate the 10th anniversa...
On Facebook, Photos Make More Of An Impression Than Text
This might sound a little superficial, but people aren't really paying attention to the words on your Facebook profile because they rather judge you based on your picture. At least that's what a new study published in the Journal of Communication is...
The Single-Atom Transistor Could Change Computing As We Know It
Transistors aren't only getting smaller, they're soon going to become so small it'll be at the atom level. That's what a new transistor is based on - a single atom. And it may go further than helping speed things up. It could totally defy Moore's La...
Salmon Sperm Used To Create A Cheaper Replacement For Silicon
Scientists added a bit of silver to a thin layer of salmon sperm DNA and put it between two electrodes and have created a data storage device that could lead to a cheaper replacement for silicon.The researchers over at the National Tsing Hua Univers...
Looks Like Your Skype Messages Aren't Really That Private After All
NASA Is Delving Into 3D Printing Pizza
Disney Research Is Making Their Robots More 'Human' (Video)
IBM's Watson Takes A Job At Answering Phone Calls Now (Video)
New Printer Produces 10 Meters of Solar Panel Every Minute (Video)
Former Thief Invents ATM Theft Proof Method From His Jail Cell
New Kinect So Sensitive It Can Read Your Heartbeat
How Microsoft Designed the Xbox of the Future (Video)
Steven Spielberg Directing Live-Action Halo Series
Researchers Develop Artificial Insect Eye For Drones (Video)
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