Liam Robot – An Apple Inc. Robot that Works to Accomplish Company’s Go-Green Objectives

In one of the Cupertino warehouses, a massive robot works relentlessly to address a mounting problem for the consumer electronics industry – Handling electronic waste effectively. Liam is a robot owned by Apple Inc. and it has been under creation for almost three years. Apple ensured that the robot remained a secret until now when Apple finally decided to pull the sheets off Liam in their spring product launch event.

While we have been focusing really hard on bringing robots ...

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Apple’s Announcement of the New iPad Pro Renders All Other Tablets Out-Of-Date

All our Monday blues were gone in a second when Apple announced the all-new 9.7 inch iPad Pro. When it comes to Apple, devices like these can hardly go wrong, but then were we prepared for it go so right that it sounds close to impeccable? The latest video that showcases Apple’s latest creation in the iPad section is very refreshing and every bit of the video will make you yearn for this cool new device.

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Apple’s Smaller Creation – The 4-inch iPhone SE

Apple recently released the 4 inch iPhone SE. What happened to the crowding race of bigger and thinner phones that can pack a lot more power and add more fun to your phone experience? Did we just regress into the years when phones were small and were used in a very limited way? Even the number of users smartphone manufacturers were dealing with were far lower than today. So what made Apple move back in time to create a phone ...

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Solar Ride – Bengaluru Offsets Pollution by Introducing ElecRic to its Streets

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The world is grappling with a situation where our natural resources are diminishing far more quickly than they can be replaced. The number of vehicles used throughout the world has increased to extraordinary numbers. Many people own more than one vehicle now and every vehicle needs fuel to run on. This brings us to the point that our fuel resources are fairly limited.

While they may not be on the verge of ending immediately, over a period of time we may ...

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Recent Studies Show That Social Media and Depression Go Hand in Hand

Depression is a problem that is rooted more deeply in our generation than ever before. We continuously hope to evade from such problems but we end up in a web that is difficult to break. And when I say web there is some reference to the World Wide Web in it too, because a recent research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine shows that the use of social media may be directly linked to depression.

The research aims ...

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Pwn2Own 2016: Oses and Browsers Vulnerability Results

Pwn2Own 2016 has unabashedly left all tech giants in a state of abyss when it comes to desisting security threats. From operating systems to web browsers, everything was exploited by the researchers who competed against each other for the prize.

For the uninitiated, Pwn2Own is a competition that allows security researchers to exploit the vulnerabilities of web browsers for the past year. Winners are paid a substantial sum of money in the form of prize by tech blue chips like Google, ...

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Google Loses Interest in Robotics – Explores Sale Options for Boston Dynamics

Amidst great commendation for its efforts in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Google seems to be losing interest in one of its most visible robotic efforts. Word is out that Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is trying to privately sell Boston Dynamics. The robotics company was about in late 2013 as a part of its robotics division called Replicant.

This gives the company less than three years of association with Google and it appears that Google has already started exploring sale options ...

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3D Bioprinting – Not Just a Ray of Hope, But the Brightest Beam of Light in the Healthcare Industry

3D printing and the healthcare industry seem to be getting along very well. The medical industry was one of the first to embrace the advantages of 3D printing by putting it into application in prosthetics, a variety of surgical devices that are made from plastic or metals and finally we have news on their latest endeavors in using cells that can recreate human organs through the technology of 3D printing. 3D bioprinting is the name given to this technique which ...

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Who moved my car?

Researchers Have Developed Ants – Ant Robots – Who Can Move a Car

Recently, I feel like I’m being bombed with new research advancement every day. From robotic clones of dead ones to ant robots that can move a car. Is there any field that has been left untouched by the invigorated tech world? I can hardly think of any such industry that has not been applying robotic science to stay at the forefront. In the universe of robotics, every ...

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Scientists Develop a Material as Strong as Kevlar from Wood

Researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Chalmers University of Technology conducting a research at the Wallenberg Wood Science Centre are changing the way we look at the forests. The forest industry has been very important for Sweden’s economy. This is why there are a lot of efforts to develop new techniques and methods in which the wood from these forests can be utilized. At the same time, research is conducted to create new products from wood.

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