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  • 5 Technologies that IBM thinks will be common by 2022

    When it comes to predicting the future, IBM does it boldly and also rightly. Recently, IBM announced five predictions about how life is going to be like in 2022 and how they think will our lives change over the next years. These predictions are based on the research and development that’s been done in the […]

  • Chennai to Bangalore in Just 30 minutes – Hyperloop’s high-speed train headed to India

    A futuristic transport network, Hyperloop would slash journey times in India. Hyperloop has approached Union ministry of road transport with a letter of intent. Sources said the routes being considered were meant to run bullet trains, and Japanese and Chinese teams have started studying the Chennai-Bengaluru route to find out if they can lay tracks […]

  • ASP.NET vs JAVA vs PHP – Choosing the Best Programming Language

    The answer of which programming language is the best one purely depends on the purpose of the system. Each of these technologies has own Advantages and Limitations. .NET, Java, and PHP are used as server side language in web development. .NET Microsoft developed most powerful framework asp.net which is used web development built on top […]

  • Hyperloop Train, Possible At The Cost Which Looks Impossible

    Hyperloop is the giant vacuum tube transportation system which was introduced by entrepreneur Elon Musk to the world two and a half years ago. The idea of hyperloop is to create a vacuumed tube where capsules would be floating on air, pulling itself by a powerful fan attached to it and getting extra propulsion from electromagnets […]

  • This Self Driven Van Can Be Built By One Person In Just 4 Hours

    At the Wired 2016 conference in London, the self-driven electric delivery van has been unveiled that could take on the street of London next year. Businessman Denis Sverdlov is the chief executive of Charge, the firm responsible for this truck, and he says “We find trucks today totally unacceptable. Loud, polluting and unfriendly. So, we are […]

  • Charismatic iPhone 7 is finally revealed to the world with its new amazing features

    Here comes the iPhone 7 to amaze you with its new features. We have been waiting this whole week literally to see the iPhone and finally, it amazed us with its glorious features. Yesterday on September 7, the CEO of Apple Cook revealed the awaited iPhone 7 to the waiting world. Phil Schiller the senior […]

  • Meet Brixo – the Lego like building blocks with Electricity and IoT

    Brixo blocks are chrome-coated building blocks that act as electric conductors. They interlock to produce complete simple circuits with no wires involved, adding lights, motion and sound to any construction. The blocks are powered by a low voltage built-in battery and coated in chrome, a non-toxic metal, to ensure your safety. This adds another dimension […]

  • Deepflight Dragon Submarine – an elaborate toy for a Millionaire

    Forget cars, a good yacht costs less than a million. But this little piece of engineering comes in at a whopping $1.5 Millions. It is called Dragon and is made by the company DeepFlight. Graham Hawkes, the founder is known to be quite an adventurous soul. You can cruise, you can hover and you can […]

  • Wearable Artificial Kidneys are ready to replace the Cumbersome Dialysis for patients

    Hemodialysis is an expensive, slow, and cumbersome method that requires a kidney patient be attached to a machine. In addition to the inconvenience, patients develop buildup of fluids and minerals between dialysis sessions, which can result in high blood pressure and breathing problems and require severe dietary restrictions. Researchers have been looking for a more […]

  • An Exciting AI Timeline to show you how Far we have Reached and Beyond

    The history of artificial intelligence (AI) began in antiquity, with myths, stories and rumors of artificial beings endowed with intelligence or consciousness by master craftsmen; as Pamela McCorduck writes, AI began with “an ancient wish to forge the gods.” In the 1940s and 50s, a handful of scientists from a variety of fields (mathematics, psychology, […]

  • 3 British Military Hardware that are Clearly ahead of the rest of the World

    The Brits may be a little hesitant to engage in war these days but they sure haven’t stopped tinkering with their kit yet. You get the feeling that they are always looking to develop some critical pieces of hardware for various wings of their military so that come the war, they can squeeze the pressure […]

  • Clever Turk Creates Privacy Glasses that Hides screen to all but the Wearer

    Strangers looking at your phone over your shoulder can be a pain in the backside. A bit of privacy in public places would be great. And this clever Turkish guy, Celal Göger has made it possible with his special glasses at least for just himself at the moment. Göger, a 42-year-old mobile phone repairman from […]