At least 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies have secretly equipped their officers with radar devices that allow them to effectively peer through the walls of houses.” Police Departments and law enforcement agencies around the world have been using radar devices for years. But now, new technology is allowing officers […]
From screenless displays to wireless electricity, taking a look at 10 future technologies that will change the world.
A new form of self-destructing virus has been discovered with a unique agenda. The malware can work out when anti-virus programs have detected it and then renders the computer unusable so that it can keep on operating. Named Rombertik, the virus is spreading around the Internet in attachments on […]
Synthetic Biology To Produce “Living Computers” That Could Give Life To The Image Of The Beast… Is This The Ultimate Goal?
Via SkywatchTV – Synthetic biology is “politically correct” name for twiddling with the origin of life itself. From splicing-in genes from other organisms to produce better vegetables—such as flounder genes to produce bruise-free tomatoes or jellyfish genes to potatoes which glow when they need to be watered or splicing […]
The Apple AAPL +2.96% Watch may cost consumers anywhere from $349 to $17,000 depending on how much gold they want, and it looks like Apple will be making a nice margin off the new product. In a teardown of a 38mm Apple Watch Sport, the research firm IHS said […]
‘Disappearables’ will live inside your body powered by a company named after the ancient shapeshifting demon proteus – who could mutate DNA of host Even as the new Apple Watch piques consumer interest in wrist-worn devices, the pace of innovation and the tumbling cost, and size, of components […]
“Hold that thought,” your best friend states as he pushes his nose closer to the IPhone in his hand. Even ten years ago such behavior would have been considered rude, but today it’s an everyday occurrence. But while technology may technically be ‘connecting’ people all over the globe, to […]
Plastic surgery, broadly defined, has a long history. The earliest records of going under the knife date back to 600 B.C. in India, where the punishment of nose amputation for adultery created a natural clientele for rhinoplasty. In ancient Rome, surgeons performed scar-removal operations on their patients’ backs, […]
How far is too far when it comes to pushing the boundaries of virtual reality? As VR devices grow ever more sophisticated—and the tools to create software for them ever more accessible—where do we draw the line between what’s ethically acceptable in the real world and what’s ethically […]
A secretive startup is touting new radar technology that could save the military millions by using ‘metamaterials’ to circumvent existing size, weight and cost limitations. But it could also equip civilian drones and cars with radars in the near future. The technology would be “disruptive to existing radar markets, […]