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by Tech Light
The USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture last week announced that it will be offering $4.5 million in grants towards research of robotics in American agriculture What this basically means is simple: in the near future, we're going to start seeing robots on the range.
Video games have had a huge impact on Western society, of that there can be no doubt. But just how have they impacted our lives and changed our culture? Charlie Brooker - a satirist and games critic from the UK - is going to find out with a new documentary titled "How Video Games Changed the World."
by Diogo Costa
Louis Braille invented, back in 1824, a tactile writing system so that blind and visually impaired people could be able to read. Now, in 2013, we are near another revolution for those people - let's meet "Portáctil", a portable scanner made in Brazil which allows blind people to read almost everything that is published.
by Tech Light
I've a great deal of respect for first responders, but I'd never want their jobs. These men and women flirt with death on a daily basis, dealing with everything from chemical hazards to domestic disputes. It's not an easy job...but thanks to iRobot, it might have just gotten a little easier.
A few years and too many serious incidents later, cyber security is the Achilles’ heel in the Information Technology industry. The communication sector is aggressively looking to evolve and use smarter means to safeguard data and prevent security threats and breaches. A significant amount of R&D is being directed towards next generation models of cyber security and quantum key distribution systems offers critical advances.
by Tech Light
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Nvidia unveiled the Shield- a handheld, high-performance games console. Now, according to CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, there's a sequel in the works: the Nvidia Shield 2, which will feature next-gen Tegra technology.
Virtual reality just got a whole lot more realistic. Consumer robotics startup Anki is hoping to take gaming to a whole new level, through the use of...well, robots. The firm's already created one such experience; a racing game that uses model cars.
Studio Oxide Games today announced a new cross-platform, 64-bit 3D games engine known as Nitrous. Designed to work on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC; Oxide hopes Nitrous will become the definitive 3D strategy engine for next-gen strategy games. Based on what we've seen so far...that might just happen.
by Sidney Bittman
A small startup from Israel has created a revolutionary new palm PC that could open up access to computing to individuals around the world.
by Arnold Carreiro
Deego Toys’ roly-poly collection of characters are the perfect balance of external file storage and hip urban vinyl toys. This combo of art and technology certainly makes for a much cuter workstation!