Will This House Be Built On The Moon By 2015?

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Who hasn’t dreamed about going to the moon? Ever since Neil Armstrong and his Apollo team stepped foot there in the 1960′s, most all of us, at one time or another, have fantasized about retracing their steps. We’ve longed to echo the famous words, “That’s one small step for man…one giant leap for mankind…” And […]

US Military Launches $2M Hacking Contest

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Imagine a computer that has the ability to fix its own problems!  What would that mean for this technology driven world?  It is a hope, by the Defense Department, that supercomputers will be able to find and fix (or exploit) their own computer flaws in the near future! Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a […]

Microsoft Windows 8 Banned By Chinese Government

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In a move that caught Microsoft offguard, the Chinese government has issued a notice that  agencies are to forego purchasing Windows 8 and installing the software on any new government devices. The notice that was officially sent out is titled “Agreement to supply information about the class of energy-saving products complement the mandatory tender notice“. […]

Ebay Advise Users To Change Their Password Due To Hack

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eBay has been compromised!  It seems someone has hacked into the system and account users have been asked to change passwords in order to ensure personal accounts remain safe and secure. At the end of February and early part of March, eBay employees were compromised when log-in details were hacked.  Data theft and the current […]

Flappy Bird is Coming Back in August!

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If you’re like many mobile gamers, you played the phenomenon known as Flappy Bird. Many times. And you probably got so frustrated by it that you wanted to “flap” your phone across the room. The game became so popular it was earning its creator, Dong Nguyen, somewhere around $50,000 a day. And then, at the height […]

3D Printed Liver Cleans Blood

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The field of 3D printing is growing rapidly and in some respects it is achieving things that just wouldn’t have been possible a number of years ago.  Nanoengineers at the University of California in San Diego, US have recently developed a 3D-printed device that closely resembles the human liver.  It is designed to remove dangerous […]

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