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Humans are constantly developing programs and robots, with self learning abilities embedded in their coding, so that it doesn't need to learn new tasks. We have already watched the 'Terminator' series where a droid is sent back in time to stop the machine company 'Skynet' from taking over...
India's favorite, 83 year old radio station, All India Radio (AIR) aka Aakashvani has adopted the Android route and an Android app is now available for download in the Google Play store (download link below). The official app has been designed to provide you with the latest national and regional...
Samsung's VP of Mobile, Lee Young Hee has broken his silence on the latest developments inside the south Korean electronics giant Samsung. Samsung's engineers are developing a smart watch, or connected watch or 'Galaxy Altius' and according to Lee, they have been preparing for the watch product...
Engineers at Volkswagen have set their eyes on building the world's most fuel efficient hybrid car and are aiming to achieve 261 miles per gallon (mpg) aka 110 kilometers per liter. The Volkswagen XL1 is likely to be the car that gets the crown. At present, the rival companies viz. Honda, Scion,...
Blackberry Z10 was sold out in flat two days in India after its official launch and ever since then, BB users were eagerly waiting for the arrival of WhatsApp messenger. We're happy to report that WhatsApp for Blackberry Z10 is now available for download from the official Blackberry Store -...
If you are looking for an online text editor that eliminates all the distractions and lets you focus on the content, then try out Draft - probably one of the best text editors available online. When I say 'the best', you might expect an array of sophisticated editing tools. But that's not the...
MIT's robotics lab is surely full of interesting robotics projects. The latest project, a 70 pound Cheetah robot developed at MIT is just as efficient as a real Cheetah in terms of running efficiency. The robot recently was put to treadmill test and it was found that it wastes very limited...
But on a more serious note, what do you think the future holds for us? And no, I'm not talking about RAM upgrades and phone screens going to 8"... Those are just upgrades :) Chuck
PS: Sorry for this comic being here on Sunday instead of the usual Wednesday. The new job (yes, advertising after Chemical engineering - let's not even get there!) is quite taxing! Speaking of taxing - anyone looking forward to the budget? How about an engineering...
Any more laws you think should be added? Fire away and I'll feature them in Part Two!