Emerging Tech

The Ebola-Killing Robot: Now in Use by US Hospitals

Xenex uses a super powered UV light to kill any harmful little beings trying to dig their way into your body. While the bot isn't guaranteed to kill every last germ hiding in every little corner, it does do a pretty good job of disinfecting a hospital room.

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Why BMW is Cut from a Different Cloth

There is a certain level of prestige that comes with owning a BMW. Everyone recognizes the name and the logo no matter where you go in the world. And there’s a reason for that. BMW has been making quality cars and parts for nearly 90 years. Driving a BMW down the road lets others know that you understand the class, ...

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Why Bitcoin is a Currency to be Taken Seriously

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In 2009, an electronic currency named Bitcoin was created to make online transactions that much safer and smoother. After years of expansion and support for the idea, there are now Bitcoin ATM machines in areas of Canada and major retailers accept Bitcoin as an acceptable method of payment. The influx of support over its introduction to the world five years ...

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The Modern Mobile Home

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A few years ago the concept of using mobile technology to complete everyday tasks in the home would have been considered incredible, but the technology is evolving all the time, and there are now many things a person can do with the help of their smartphone. People are looking for ways to make life easier all the time, and luckily there are companies out there that are racing to create the next big innovation for technology-loving homeowners.

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Google’s Android Auto: New Voice-Enabled Platform for Cars

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  Recently Google unveiled the Android Auto which is a new voice-enabled software for cars. The focus of the software is to make navigation and communication easier for drivers as well as travelers. However, that’s not all there is to this project. The official website reads, “Android Auto was designed with safety in mind. With a simple and intuitive interface, ...

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iPhone6: Facts, Rumors & More

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The Iphone6 is all set to be unveiled within the next few months. One of the most eagerly awaited smartphones of this year, the Apple Iphone6 launch date is still shrouded in secrecy, which has always been the way they do stuff at the Cupertino based Tech giant. Possible Iphone6 feature predictions are: A Fall release – September 2014: Popular ...

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Lighting Drone to the Photographer’s Rescue

For those of you who enjoy photography, lighting is a perennial concern. Firstly, it takes forever to perfectly position the lighting in your set. Secondly, it takes all of 5 seconds of moving on part of the model to foil your efforts. Researchers at MIT, though, have an impressive solution. They propose using fleets of drones to automatically light your shoot. ...

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Apple iWatch: Facts, Rumors, and More

Since 2012, Apple has been rumored to be aiming to expand its assemblage of mobile devices to the wrist with a smartwatch. According to two people in the know about the company’s plans, Apple Inc. has, since last year, had a team of about a hundred product designers working on the smartwatch project, including managers, members of the marketing group, and software and hardware engineers – the size of the team suggesting that Apple is beyond is experimentation phase and in its development.

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Samsung Confirms VR Headset Launch

On 9th June, Samsung confirmed that it is developing a Virtual Reality headset. While the hardware of the device is being developed by Samsung exclusively, the software is being developed in collaboration with Oculus VR, the makers of the Oculus Rift VR headset for gaming. The device, to be called the Gear VR, will be launched alongside the Galaxy Note 4 at IFA 2014. Here’s a list of what you can expect from this device.

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