Google Unveils Smart Contact Lens Prototype

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Following up on recent news regarding Google meeting with the FDA on a new device, it is understood that a prototype for a smart contact lens, which is designed to help diabetics by monitoring the glucose levels found in the users tears, has been created by Google. Minute sensors monitor users glucose levels from their tears, saving […]

Microsoft Backtracks: XP Anti-Malware Support To Continue

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I guess we can say that Microsoft does monitor the pulse of its community of users. While the pressure to continue support for Windows XP has not really yielded any practical results, it seems that the noise surrounding the “death” of Microsoft Security Essentials for Windows XP has prompted Microsoft think twice. Not long after the […]

BSD Release: FreeBSD 10.0

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Following a long development process, FreeBSD 10.0, the latest stable version of the popular UNIX-like operating system, has been released: “The FreeBSD Release Engineering team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE. This is the first release of the stable/10 branch. Some of the highlights: GCC is no longer installed by default on […]

Take A Look At The Boeing Plane That Protects The US’s Leaders

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Have you ever wondered what would happen to the national leaders of the United States in the event of a nuclear attack? (Or any attack where their lives are in danger?) You’ve probably heard of the President’s plane – Air Force One – and that would definitely keep him safe, but have you ever wondered […]

Breathe Under Water Without Oxygen Tanks

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When I was a little girl, I used to imagine that I was Ariel from Disney’s The Little Mermaid. I may regret admitting that to you all but what I really  wanted was to be able to swim and breathe underwater without the assistance of any heavy equipment. I couldn’t help be excited when I […]

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