Atlas Is Boston Dynamics Latest Creation and It Takes Robotics to the Next Level

Boston Dynamics is a powerhouse of innovative brains that have ceaselessly introduced us to new and advanced robots. The Google-owned company recently released a video of their latest humanoid robot – ATLAS which is quieter, smarter and a lot steadier on its feet than any of the previous robots that we have come across. The latest iteration of Boston Dynamics’ ATLAS is shown walking through rough terrain without losing its balance. You can see it pick boxes and open ...

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Google Ideas Becomes Jigsaw as It Expands Under the Alphabet Umbrella

Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt has announced that Google Ideas will become a technology incubator under the Alphabet umbrella. It has been christened Jigsaw and it will undergo expansion.

Google Ideas is a lab that has existed within Google for the past few years. Considered as the think tank of Google, it has announced some great initiatives like Project Shield and uProxy. Created five years ago, Google Ideas was meant to provide innovative solutions to problems which sprung up for ...

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Eternal 5D Data Storage Device

The Superman Memory Crystal can make the Average Data Storage Devices Blush

Superman memory crystal is a whole new kind of digital data storage which allows you to store gargantuan amounts of data. The tiny glass disk can survive for billions of years and has the ability of storing 360 terabytes of information. Mankind can worry less about losing the legacy of documents in the event of an apocalypse because these disks made of nano-structured glass can last billions of years ...

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Apple denies FBI’s request to create a back door into iPhone

Apple’s refusal to enable a backdoor to the iPhone used by the San Bernardino attacker is being met by criticism as well as acclamation. On one side, people who revere privacy are with Apple on its bold decision to stand strong against the orders of the court. On the other hand, we have friends and family of the San Bernardino victims who feel that justice is not done by Apple’s denial for a key. Apple has created a strong case ...

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Mattel’s Thingmaker Makes 3D Printing a Joy for Kids

When 3D printers went commercial, everyone wanted to bring one home, but there was hardly any manufacturer who gave this some real thought. 3D printers reaching every household sounded like a far-fetched idea. But Mattel set to prove us wrong by creating the ThingMaker which is going to be every child’s dream come true.

It is a machine that lets you design and create your own toys with some simple taps on a screen. The idea is fantastic and it makes ...

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Best Encryption Software for Mac and Why Should You Use It?

Encryption plays an important role in data protection. Encryption software helps to keep our personal data safe. An encrypted data can be decrypted and read only by the user who has the password. Unencrypted data is termed as plain text whereas encrypted data is known as cipher text. The market is flooded with encryption software’s but not all software’s are good enough. After a lot of research and market evaluation we bring to you the best encryption software for Mac: ...

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Facebook Free Basics Banned in India

Zuckerberg Is Disappointed with TRAI’s Ruling, but the Company Has Not Given up Hope.

Who could ever know that philanthropy could garner so much of criticism? When Mark Zuckerberg announced his Internet.org project which was an initiative to bring internet to people who do not have it, he would have hardly imagined the uproar it could create. His latest attempt to make the world a better place has met with a lot of disapproval by the Telecom Regulatory Authority in India ...

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Gravitational Waves Detected – A Scientific Breakthrough Which Validates Einstein’s Theory

We recently commemorated a 100 years of Einstein’s Relativity Theory and now scientists have made a breakthrough in the most critical part of the theory – gravitational waves. After a century of testing, innovating and researching what Einstein had imagined, scientists finally have a proof of the presence of gravitational waves. LIGO, which stands for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory was created to detect gravitational waves.

The executive director of LIGO, David Reitze made the announcement on Thursday at the National ...

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YouTube Red Showcases its First Episodes of Original Series

Original shows which have been made for YouTube’s subscription service YouTube Red have now been released. This is YouTube’s step into the war of original programming. YouTube has announced that the first four Red Originals will be premiering on February 10th. The service is available in US only. The YouTube Red users will be able to exclusively stream the four programs which are Scare PewDiePie, A Trip to Unicorn Island, Lazer Team and Dance Camp.

If you are located outside ...

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Flash Gets a Retirement Notice

Flash has become one of the most disliked plugins among users and Google has followed into the steps of Apple and Facebook by announcing that it will ban Flash banner support from its Adwords Advertising platform. This is being done in an attempt to enhance the experience of the users. Google’s advertising business is going HTML5 which means ads will now have to be HTML5 in order to reach a larger audience.

Video ads will still be able to use Flash ...

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