Author archives: Anna Versai

The rummage for a secure smartphone will always continue; as day-to-day hackers find some or the other way to peep in, no matter how highly secured the phone is. This time the search halts at the Turing Phone, an initiative by Turing Robotic industries. The smartphone that is a combination of distinct, liquid metal framework with a hard-line and staunch focus on security. The company touts the latest “Liquidmorphium” smartphone to be hack-free because of its high-end encryption system and unbreakable frame with an incredible robust...
CVS Health and IBM have come together to use IBM Watson’s predictive analytics and cognitive computing to stop patients suffering from a chronic illness from having a medical emergency in the future. The supercomputer will use powerful algorithms and analyze data from medical health records, fitness devices, drug prescriptions, and other things to warn health officials of potential problems before it gets to that point. Under this partnership between the two companies, they’ll develop a platform that CVS Health will use internally to...
Microsoft, the software Goliath and a leading name in the world of technologies and software, is back with its most anticipated project. On Wednesday, it unveiled a new operating system Windows 10 with an accompanying fastest browser- Microsoft Edge that is all set to give tough competition to its arch- rivals Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, etc. Yes dear folks, Windows 10 are finally here. At some instance of time, we all felt as this day might never come. It felt like we all had to spend our lives in eternity with the nightmare...
Here comes the revolutionary new generation PC, the all new Remix Mini, world’s first ever Android PC. This Android PC costs merely $20, which is even less than your dinner bill for two! It shuffles easily into a serviceable desktop operating system from an opened sourced Android. Fellas, Remix Mini is trending high because of its remarkable features, stylish, affordable and small. “We know you were probably thinking about buying 2 Chipotle burritos with a Patron Margarita with 20 bucks,” writes Jide Tech in its Kickstarter page. “Bu...
Google Tone is most likely not what you think. It has zero to do with music, for one, or for doling out in any way to which we’re used to. Okay, it’s pretty much based on sound, but not sound that we as being can hear. There are no locations, digital handshakes, or encryption keys involved here. Ironically, network security is amusingly naked, on the other hand, blocking out wire tappers is as easy as pie. There are no locations, computerized handshakes, or encryption keys. Google Tone is a Chrome browser extension that is confined...
Let’s face it: America is facing a rather complicated hiccup: its sluggish internet service. Its broadband infrastructure is quite antediluvian, a little overpriced compared to that of other countries, and a lot of this, perhaps, is because it’s commitment to staying in favor of telecommunication companies that rip us off our money in return for a bog-standard internet speed. Downloading a HD movie takes about seven seconds in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Zurich, Paris and Bucharest, and people pay as little as $30 a month for that con...
Marijuana legalization is inevitable. Twenty-three states and the District of Columbia have liberalized marijuana laws already. While Colorado and Washington state are taking a more traditional approach by establishing ‘regulated markets’, Washington, D.C. is condemning it with a new system “grow and give”. It means that ‘potrepreneurs’ hoping to cash in on the reefer rush, have to rely on ‘gift economy’ where they’re allowed to grow Mary Jane, smoke it, and give it away – but, not cash in on it. Heck, growing pot is tricky, if you...
On the second day of Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, one of its secretive research arm announced an intriguing project that hopes to create conductive fabrics that can be entwined into everyday clothing. The project called Project Jacquard, is named after French inventor Joseph Marie Jacquard who revolutionized textile manufacturing and ushered in for modern computing with Jacquard Loom. Similar to screens on mobile phones, these conductive fabrics can register the user’s touch and transmit the information somewhe...
For more than a decade, Reddit, the hugely successful social content aggregation site, has been known for its freewheeling slant on letting its users govern themselves. It has resulted in a spate of user-generated content, of all kinds, attracting nearly 160 million regular users to the site. Now, Reddit is upping its privacy game in a bid to crack down on sexual content following the posting of private-nude photos of many celebrities on the site last year. The company announced that it is changing its privacy policy that bans user...
A team of Google researchers recently unwrapped the first computer program capable of learning largely impressive tasks independently, in what can be contemplated as a radical accomplishment in the field of artificial intelligence. The artificial intelligence system spends all of its time playing dozens of Atari videos games from the 80s like a crazy teenager. GAME-PLAYING ALGORITHM OUTPLAYS HUMANS AT ATARI GAMES The research project carried out by DeepMind Technologies, the British startup that Google acquired last year for $400...