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Watson Supercomputer To Get A Chance At Wearing Scrubs

Watson, the supercomputer that kicked the mental asses of two of Jeopardy's best contestants in February may havae gotten a job offer out of the deal; researchers are now looking into how the massive computer would fare as a doctor.

Duracell MyGrid Charging Pad: One Gadget that Can Charge Four Devices At Once

Most people nowadays depend on a lot of electronic gadgets to stay in touch with friends and family as well as maintain relations with business contacts, and the tangled wires of the mountain of chargers on your nightstand is obviously not a welcome sight. So here's Duracell's solution to all that wiry clutter: the MyGrid Charging Pad, which can charge up to four devices from a list that contains wide range of mobile devices, all in one neat contraption.

From PageRank To Panda, Google Bends The Web To Its Will [Infographic]

With Google's ever-evolving algorithm, SEOBook posted a detailed infographic that took on the burdensome task of piecing together how Google  continually try to reinvent itself. From the rudimentary beginnings that surfaced with the launch of PageRank a decade ago to the the recent release of its Panda update to curtail...

Jobs: "No Interest" in App that Detects iPhone's Radiation Emission

Steve Jobs replied with a succinct "No interest" to Gil Friedlander, Tawkon's CEO, when the latter asked the former if he would approve an app for the iTunes App Store that would allow iPhone users to see the level of radiation that their devices were emitting at any given time. With that, Gil took his app to Cydia and offered it to the users of jailbroken iPhones for free.

World's First 'Practical' Artificial Leaf Can Cheaply Turn Water Into Energy

A team of chemistry and engineering scientists from MIT today announced the completion of their quest to create an artificial leaf that creates electricity from water like a leaf produces oxygen and food from carbon dioxide.

Hot Pants: Wear Them And Get Hot!

Low waist, high leg?  Not.  But hot?  Oh yes, very hot!  Would you believe 167° Fahrenheit?

Introducing the Eyeglasses of the Future: emPower! Electronic Glasses

Regular eyeglasses come with a lot of compromises. Sometimes people even need separate pairs for their reading glasses and corrective glasses to correct their sight. That's why PixelOptics have come up with these innovative glasses that have built-in microchips and micro-accelerometers so you can activate and switch on the near focus lens only when you need them. But how does it work?

Spy Camera Series: My Pen's Watching You

So picture this: you start noticing things missing from your office desk and your papers somehow get rearranged when you get back from your break. Is something up or are you just imagining things? A lot of covert and hidden spy cameras are readily available nowadays and I thought it would be interesting to cover these in a series of posts dedicated to filming people on the sly, starting with pens. Use them to take down notes, sign some checks, clip it on to your shirt pocket, and start filming with the click of a button.

From The Republic: The Asus Rampage III Black Edition

"The Republic of Gamers consists only the best of the best. We offer the best hardware engineering, the fastest performance, the most innovating ideas, and we welcome the best gamers to join in.

In the Republic of Gamers, mercy rules are only for the weak, and bragging rights means everything. We believe in making statements and we excel in competitions. If your character matches our trait, then join the elite club, make your presence felt, in the Republic of Gamers.’"

That's Asus's slogan, and they're definitely staying true to it with their latest motherboard, the Asus Rampage III Black Edition. Gamers rejoice: This is one fine motherboard.

Take It And Leave It - BMW Announces New Car Sharing Scheme

In Munich, you can find a car on the side of the street, take it, and leave it wherever you like.