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Honda's latest ASIMO robot can now run 5.6 mph and even predict your behaviour

Honda's latest ASIMO robot can now run 5.6 mph and even predict your behaviour

By 16 July 2014

A world where we all own robot personal assistants, which act kind of like Rosie from the Jetsons, is slightly more realistic today, thanks to the latest version of ASIMO from Honda. Honda has introduced in Belgium a new-and-improved ASIMO. It's a humanoid... >>

Bistro smart feeder can recognise your cat's face and monitor eating habits

Bistro smart feeder can recognise your cat's face and monitor eating habits

By 16 July 2014

There's a new feeding machine on Indiegogo that turns cat parents into helicopter parents. It's called Bistro Smart Feeder. If you've ever loved a cat, you've probably worried about whether they eat or drink enough. After all, their eating behaviour is... >>

Website of the day: Car Hire Excess

Website of the day: Car Hire Excess

By 16 July 2014

It's entirely possible that you're looking forward to a holiday. A break from the routine. Two weeks in the sun, in a place where your worries drift away into a beautiful sunset. As long as you're prepared. You might have been hitting the gym to get... >>

Ex-Ford CEO Alan Mulally joins Google's board, following Android Auto debut

Ex-Ford CEO Alan Mulally joins Google's board, following Android Auto debut

By 15 July 2014

Google launched a pared-down version of Android for vehicles just last month, and now the company has welcomed Ford's former CEO to its Board of Directors. Alan Mulally retired from Ford Motor Company, an 111-year-old automaker headquartered in Michigan,... >>

Yahoo Ending in Japan gives last will writing tips, then deletes all your data after you die

Yahoo Ending in Japan gives last will writing tips, then deletes all your data after you die

By 15 July 2014

Facebook may let you memorialise profiles and create compilation videos after a loved one passes away, but Yahoo in Japan goes a step or two further: it lets you do everything from write a last will to delete all your personal data stored in Yahoo's servers... >>

Website of the day: Dronestagram

Website of the day: Dronestagram

By 15 July 2014

It was once very rare to bear witness to the birth of a whole new medium. But the speed at which technology is moving means that, these days, new ways for people to display their creativity come along almost weekly. A good example is drones. Not that... >>

BAE Active Sticks will soon let pilots 'feel' how their commercial jets are flying

BAE Active Sticks will soon let pilots 'feel' how their commercial jets are flying

By 15 July 2014

BAE Systems in the UK has used this week's Farnborough International Air Show to announce it will soon release a tactile feedback system for pilots flying commercial jets. The technology is called Active Sticks. Previously limited to military pilots,... >>

This is Vantablack, the darkest material ever made

This is Vantablack, the darkest material ever made

By 14 July 2014

There's a new black in the world, and it's called Vantablack. Did you know there are scientists who work toward making colours deeper and richer? Surrey Nanosystems in the UK, for instance, has announced it recently developed a "super black" material.... >>

Doctor Who footage of latest series with Peter Capaldi leaks online

Doctor Who footage of latest series with Peter Capaldi leaks online

By 14 July 2014

The next series of Doctor Who has leaked again, this time in the form of video footage available online. The video footage was lacking special effects and appeared in black and white as it wasn't the final version. BBC Worldwide said the breach was from... >>

ProtonMail is the Snapchat of email, self-destructing encrypted email thanks to MIT scientists

ProtonMail is the Snapchat of email, self-destructing encrypted email thanks to MIT scientists

By 14 July 2014

Secure email clients are fast becoming the gold of the internet amid news of government snooping. Former MIT scientists, consulting with CERN scientists, have teamed up to create an encrypted email client called ProtonMail. ProtonMail is so secure that... >>