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'Lock-In Syndrome'

'Lock-In Syndrome' Patients Have A Way To Communicate; ALS Patients Hopeful Of New Development

By Carrie Winters - Feb 03, 2017 05:33 AM EST

A new study has discovered the alternative brain computer technology. This new technology helps people with "lock-in syndrome" speak their mind to the outside world.

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Microsoft and Liebherr to build smart refrigerators

By Rida - Sep 03, 2016 08:10 AM EDT

Microsoft, a tech giant joins with Liebherr household appliances to introduce smart refrigerators into the world market known as 'SmartDeviceBox.'

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Google AI Has Just Composed Its First Song

By Jenn Loro - Jun 05, 2016 11:50 AM EDT

Google’s Magenta machine learning project has just composed its first-ever AI-generated song. Although extremely basic and nowhere near the caliber of known human composers, the composition represents a milestone in the development of self-learning intelligent systems with the use of algorithms.

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Google Launches Gboard Exclusively For iOS Users

By Jenn Loro - May 14, 2016 09:20 AM EDT

Google introduces ‘Gboard’ which integrates the tech giant’s search engine features and other media contention into people’s conversation. Meanwhile, Gboard chief developer Rajan Patel hinted on the possibility of adding text-to-speech into the their speeches

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QuickTime Should Be Deleted Immediately From Your Computer, Here's Why

By Jenn Loro - Apr 19, 2016 07:20 AM EDT

Windows PC users with QuickTime video player are currently in high risk of being attacked by unscrupulous hackers after the discovery of two new bugs that Apple didn’t fix. Apparently, the renowned Mac and iPhone maker has already stopped issuing updates for its video player.

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Microsoft Developing Windows Defender To Delete Misleading Programs

By Jenn Loro - Feb 28, 2016 03:42 PM EST

Microsoft’s enhanced anti-malware program, Windows Defender, now takes aim at deceptively malicious cleanup and optimization software

Water Computer

Stanford Researchers Create A Water Computer

By Peter R - Jun 10, 2015 10:35 PM EDT

The computer works with magnetized water droplets and can perform any arithmetic computations.

CHIP Computer

Next Thing Co. Launches World's First $9 Computer; Will It Be a Raspberry Pi Killer?

By Kamal Nayan - May 11, 2015 04:56 AM EDT

Next Thing Co. is launching the world's first $9 computer, which could be Raspberry Pi killer. Dubbed CHIP - the device is an entire computer and functions in the same way that any system would buy at the store would.

CHIP

The $9 CHIP The 'Here, There and Everywhere' of Computers?

By Peter R - May 09, 2015 07:13 PM EDT

CHIP can run Linux and packs in some modest gaming capabilities.

Quantum Computing

IBM Researchers Take a Step Closer to the Elusive Quantum Computer

By Peter R - May 01, 2015 09:52 AM EDT

Researchers at the T.J. Watson Research Laboratory were able to detect two quantum errors simultaneously and also developed circuitry that can be scaled up.

Compute Stick

Intel PC Stick Preorder: World's Smallest Computer for $110 to Launch this Month

By Peter R - Apr 06, 2015 04:44 PM EDT

Intel showcased the device in January this year. Compute Stick can offer users full computer experience when plugged into an HDMI port.

HIV

HIV Spreads Like 'Computer Worms', Study

By R. Siva Kumar - Apr 03, 2015 07:43 AM EDT

A new study at University College, London, shows that HIV spreads like computer worms, so the best way to fix it would be early detection and treatment.

Chromebit

You Can Run Chrome OS On Any TV With Chromebit

By Kamal Nayan - Apr 01, 2015 09:30 AM EDT

Asus has lunched an affordable and ultra-portable solution that brings the power of a PC with the Chrome OS to any screen with an HDMI port. The dongle, called Chromebit, will go on sale this summer for less than $100.

Silicene

Game Changer Silicene, Fabricated for First Time

By Peter R - Feb 04, 2015 01:34 PM EST

Researchers managed to fabricate silicene in vacuum.

Raspberry

Raspberry Pi 2 Is 6x Faster, Features Quad-Core Chip, 1GB SDRAM

By Kamal Nayan - Feb 02, 2015 12:13 PM EST

The next version of Raspberry Pi is now available, featuring a 900MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU and 1GB LPDDR2 SDRAM, for just $35. According to the company, the "entry-level PC" is six times the performance and two times the memory of its predecessor.

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