Google Assistant and Google Allo Announced

Google Now Is Getting Upgraded and Google Aims At Making It Even Better

At the annual Google I/O developer conference in Mountain View, California, Google announced some very exciting developments which have increased our hopes from the Internet giant. One of the announcements that makes the future look more promising is Google Assistant. It is a somewhat upgraded version of Google Now which means that you can ask questions to Google Assistant and it will return answers and you can ask ...

Continue Reading →
0

Google Daydream – The Internet Giant Steps Up the VR Game

Google I/O 2016 has been engulfing us in a storm of announcements and expectations from the internet giant. Just when the world began to get bored dabbling with smartphones and everything it had to offer, Google announced its far-reaching Daydream VR initiative. With this latest Google initiative in the much anticipated universe of VR, things in the mobile world may change very quickly.

Better graphical representation, higher resolution and an advanced set of sensors may soon be the need of the ...

Continue Reading →
0

What the F*** is that?

WTFIT Bot Identifies Objects in Photos, Helps You Know Your Surroundings Better

How often have you seen a picture and not known what it could possibly be or what it is called? An architecture, a building, an animal, a plant or a thing that you are unable to recognize. It puts us in a position where we continue to rack our brains to get an answer. WTFIT can probably be your answer the next time you are in a situation like ...

Continue Reading →
0

Can Robots be the Future of Disney Theme Parks?

Disney World does not plan to stay ‘as is’ when it comes to technology and progress. A robot is in making which can be the possible introduction of robots to Disney World. Disney’s Hybrid Hydrostatic Transmission and Human Safe Haptic Telepresence Robot which wears the name tag “Jimmy” may soon replace cuddly costumes with state-of-the-art robots.

The robot can mimic the motions of a human by paying close attention to detail. In a recent video released by Disney, you will be ...

Continue Reading →
0

Pepper the Robot

Who is Pepper?

Pepper is a kind-hearted humanoid robot which is a joint effort of a French robotics company Aldebaran Robotics and SoftBank Mobile. Pepper has been designed and programmed to understand and respond to human emotions, the bot adapts itself according to the behavior of his speaker.

The partnership of the two companies began in 2012 when SoftBank wanted an emotionally intellectual and a sweet robot to intermingle with their customers. It took two years to build Pepper and finally Pepper ...

Continue Reading →
0

LinkedIn and the Dark Web Have a History to Share

117 Million LinkedIn Account Details from the 2012 Theft Go on Sale

The web seems to be getting darker by the day as we come across hackers and breached information being sold on the internet almost every day. LinkedIn recently suffered another setback when the company found out that the 2012 breach was far worse than they had figured. The same hacker who had taken responsibility for the disclosure of several passwords in 2012 claims to have the details of 117 ...

Continue Reading →
0

Google is working on Making Android Auto Even Better

For every sci-fi movie enthusiast who has been waiting for the future to hold automated cars and flying hover boards, Google’s labs has some very innovative brains trying to make these things possible. Google’s I/O conference held this week, announced a few big updates to Android Auto which gave people the chance to peek into the future of cars and automotive interface.

A Qualcomm modified Maserati Ghibli was used to show the new features of Android Auto. The modified car ...

Continue Reading →
0

Return of Eric: UK’s First Robot

The London Science Museum has hurled a new movement; funding of UK’s first robot Eric.

Eric was initially built in 1928 and was the first hominid robot which enthralled the spectators with its actions and dialogue. He toured the earth as a showcase for revolutionary technology but suddenly vanished in the 1930s. The museum is now attempting to raise funds for £35,000 to rebuild Eric, and in lesser time they have already managed to collect £6,000.

Alan Reffell and Captain William ...

Continue Reading →
0

WESA Finally Established!

It took a year of concentrated dialogues after which WESA – World ESports Association has been finally founded.     WESA is an effort to make e-sports more professional for which ESL has been working diligently with many well-known industries prominent e-sports teams to make vulnerable and all-encompassing organization to supervise consistent tourney protocols, player representation as well as income distribution for teams.

WESA intends to get all the e-sports participants like the teams, players, organizers and broadcasters, together for a ...

Continue Reading →
0

Facebook Trusts Human Presence to Select Trending News

Certain secretly disclosed documents reveal how Facebook trusts the antiquated news standards on top of its algorithms to learn the trends, happening newsflash and stories that should be put up for the one billion users who visit the social network everyday. This comes as a shock to all, especially for a social giant as Facebook to rely on obsolete standards when there are so many waiting to browse its pages. Is it worth all the risk?

The company was recently accused ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 2 of 24 12345...»