A poll of 2000 UK adults, over online habits, reported that over 50% had possessions stored online in various cloud services.
Yes, you definitely read that title correctly. Wu and Kong are a pair of robot athletes who, by use of eye-mounted motion-tracking cameras, play table tennis with each other.
Apple fans from around the world joined together and paid their respects to the former Apple CEO last night after he passed away from his long-term battle with pancreatic cancer, aged 56.
After the unfortunate death of the man who led the technology world into the 21st century, many paid their respects, to Steve Jobs, via social networks; Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, to name a few. Many celebrities also paid their respects with fellow leader President Barack Obama among them.
It’s with deep regret to inform you all that Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs passed away yesterday at the age of 56 after a long struggle with pancreatic cancer.
Well it seems that being in power does have quite a few perks. This time it’s getting the latest tech before anyone else, and we’ve learned that President Obama received an iPad 2 from Steve Jobs before it was released.
With Facebook pretty much controlling your online life, it’s home to a varied audience. Some of which are just plain perverted, others are young children that shouldn’t even be on the social networking site in the first place because of it’s “13 years old and above” rule.
In a laboratory at Princeton University, graduate student Noah Jafferis has managed to create a mini “flying carpet” that’s driven by “ripple power” waves of electrical current, which in turn drives thin pockets or air from front to rear underneath, therefore allowing it to hover.
The UK motorway speed limit is set to rise from 70mph to 80mph. Vehicles have advanced ridiculously since 1965 when the 70mph speed limit was introduced, cars are much safer and efficient. Philip Hammond, Transport Secretary believes the current limit is “out of date” and needs to rise “to get Britain moving”.
Spotify is now fully integrated into Facebook and publishes the music and playlists you listen to. However, many users have complained they do not want everything they listen to being published to Facebook. So less than a week after integration, Spotify has responded quickly and launched the ‘Private Listening’ feature.