News The Internet Has Grown Too Big for Its Aging Infrastructure
http://www.wired.com, By Robert McMillan
Yesterday, the 20,000 customers who use a Lansing Michigan web hosting company called Liquid Web had some big internet problems. The reason: the internet grew too big for the memory chips in the company's Cisco routers.
News IBM Unveils a 'Brain-Like' Chip With 4,000 Processor Cores
The human brain is the world's most sophisticated computer, capable of learning new things on the fly, using very little data.
News New drone antenna expands Wi-Fi range for disaster-struck areas
Researchers from the University of North Texas (UNT) have demonstrated an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) capable of supplying Wi-Fi to disaster-struck areas with a range of up to 5 km (3.1 miles).
News Forget "OK Glass," MindRDR Is A Google Glass App You Control With Your Thoughts
Google Glass has made a name for itself (somewhat infamously) as head-mounted hardware that you can control with your voice and a sliding finger.
News HummingBoard is set to take a bite out of Raspberry Pi
Since shipping in 2012, Raspberry Pi boards have found themselves the brains of such diverse DIY projects as a mobile phone, a touchscreen computer or even a treat dispenser for the family dog.
News The Shadow Internet That's 100 Times Faster Than Google Fiber
http://www.wired.com, By Klint Finley
When Google chief financial officer Patrick Pichette said the tech giant might bring 10 gigabits per second internet connections to American homes, it seemed like science fiction.
News EzeeCube home cloud makes your photos and videos accessible from anywhere
http://www.gizmag.com, By Stu Robarts
As our recent Cloud storage comparison guide demonstrated, there are plenty of options for storing your photos and videos with an online storage provider, such as Google or Dropbox.
News Computer Passes Turing Test for the First Time
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For decades, people have been able to have conversations with computers. However, humans have always been able to tell if they were talking with a person or computer. No computer ever built could carry on a conversation as smoothly and naturally as a
News Computer passes 'Turing Test' for the first time after convincing users it is human
A ''super computer'' has duped humans into thinking it is a 13-year-old boy, becoming the first machine to pass the ''iconic'' Turing Test, experts say
News New Automated Cars from Google Available For Testing Soon
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Automated cars from Google will be available for public testing in the next year, according to the technology giant.
The two-seat electric vehicle may take some getting used to for operators. There are no pedals or a steering wheel in the new car
News Forget Robots. Weβll Soon Be Fusing Technology With Living Matter
The future has a funny way of sneaking up on you. You donβt notice it until youβre soaking in it. That was the feeling at OβReillyβs Solid Conference last week. For the first time, the venerable tech publisher held an event dedicated the way software
News For Todayβs βMad Men,β Itβs Nerds Who Rule, Not Drapers
http://www.wired.com, By Wired Staff
In the latest season of Mad Men, Don Draper and company are confronted by a computer.
News IBM's Watson can now debate any topic
http://www.gizmag.com, By Dario Borghino
Watson, IBM's supercomputer made famous three years ago for beating the very best human opponents at a game of Jeopardy, now comes with an impressive new feature.
News Three Big Ideas in Googleβs Modular Phone That No Oneβs Talking About
http://www.wired.com, By Kyle VanHemert
Itβs easy to see the appeal of Project Ara, Googleβs modular smartphone concept.
News Why Amazon Will Soon Be Listening to Every Word You Say
http://www.wired.com, By Marcus Wohlsen
Youβve just squeezed the last drop of shampoo from the bottle, the toothpaste tube is rolled as tightly as possible and your razor just completed its last shave.
News 3D Systems - 3D Parts and Prototyping, 3D Printers and Printing
3D Systems is a leading provider of 3D printing centric design-to-manufacturing solutions including 3D printers, print materials and cloud sourced on-demand custom parts for professionals and consumers alike in materials including plastics, metals, c
News 3D Systems - 3D Printers and Printing, 3D Parts and Rapid Prototyping
3D Systems has acquired Medical Modeling Inc., a leading provider of personalized surgical treatments and patient specific medical devices, including virtual surgical planning and clinical transfer tools using 3D modeling and printing. This is a com
News Don't call it a smartwatch: This enormous "wrist communicator" runs full-blown Android
http://www.gizmag.com, By Will Shanklin
Most of the early smartwatches we've seen run scaled-down software designed for teeny-weeny screens.
News Sony and Panasonic announce successor to Blu-ray
http://www.dvice.com, Robin Burks
During the last generation of video gaming, Sony added Blu-ray technology to its PlayStation 3. This resulted in games with more realistic graphics, unlike anything weβd seen before. Now, Sony, along with Panasonic, are hoping to make that experience
News Gizmag visits the Aleph Objects 3D printer factory
Aleph Objects, maker of the LulzBot line of 3D printers, recently made the switch to a new facility in Colorado, big enough to meet its expanding production needs and designed to add more injection-molded and laser-cut parts to the printers.
News Google Glass on steroids - meet the HC1
NATION | Could another mobile headset computer make a technological leap over Google Glass before that device even becomes popular? By now, most people have heard of Google Glass. The mobile display unit is making news, before it even becomes common.
News Tech Time Warp of the Week: The Horrifying Apple Super Bowl Ad That Time Forgot, 1985
As the tech world celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh last Friday, we were reminded β time and again β of the iconic Super Bowl ad that announced the arrival of Appleβs world-changing machine.
News A Slick Electronics Kit Turns You Into a Hardware Whiz
If your knowledge of engineering stops with putting batteries in a TV remote, you might try fiddling around with a littleBits kit for a day.