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Japanese Company Shows A Mind Controlled Tail For Humans

Whether you call it weird or you call it interesting, its a reality now. Yes! now you can have your own fluffy tail that can be controlled by your mind. Shippo is the name of this brain-wave controlled cat tail from Neurowear. It is a little debatable that a company that has a deep knowledge to create mind-controlled gadgets is

Making Use Of Things

We know and realize that we are living in the world where we thank less and demand more. The growing population of world and the depleting sources are the serious topic to counter. Every year we harvest more natural resources and give the harm hazards to our planet. Like in case of wood or paper,

Are You Phone Addicted? Check Here

Today Cell phone is a common hand gadget that every person posses. Manufactures of phones have been producing a variety of cells and gaining the interest of market. Its even confusing to decide which phone one should take for him on his/her next birthday, since their is a vast variety in cell at market. The

Is A Black MacBook Air On Its Way?

Rumors have it that not only might we get to see a refresh of the MacBook Air line soon, but that there might be a black finish option in addition to the standard aluminum. The new Airs would probably ship with the Thunderbolt standard that Apple announced in late February of this year, and which

Ted Olson Interview With Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace

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Hans Rosling: The good news of the decade?

www.ted.com Hans Rosling reframes 10 years of UN data with his spectacular visuals, lighting up an astonishing — mostly unreported — piece of front-page-worthy good news. Along the way, he debunks one flawed approach to stats that blots out such vital stories. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from

Iran Unveils its First Human-Like Robot

The first Iranian ‘human-like’ robot is seen at a conference centre in Tehran. Iran has developed the walking robot to use it for “sensitive jobs”. Surena-2, named after an ancient Persian warrior, was unveiled by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Saturday. It is 1.45 metres (4.7 feet) tall and weighs 45 kilograms (99 pounds), the report

Man Controls Robotic Hand with Mind

For a month, Pierpaolo Petruzziello’s amputated arm was connected to a robotic limb, allowing him to feel sensations and control the arm with his thoughts. Rossella Lorenzi talks to him about the bionic experiment.

Robonaut 2: NASA and GM Take a Giant Leap Forward in Robotics

This badass looking android is Robonaut 2, a joint project of NASA and General Motors. Robonaut 2 is an evolution of Robonaut 1, who was spawned by NASA and DARPA and had an ATV for legs.

Top Gear: Richard Hammond reviews 340,000 pound Lexus LFA supercar

The LF-A sports-car concept was originally shown at the 2005 NAIAS to express a bold new direction in styling for the Lexus brand. The goals for the new LF-A are no different than they were with the original concept: To build a supercar with world-class performance that is uniquely Lexus.