Technology

Robots allowed to trade money and claim copyright on their work under radical new EU plans

Robots could be freed from their human masters and handed the power to own possessions under radical new EU plans. Officials want to have machines declared as “electronic persons” amid fears they could challenge humanity for control…
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Microsoft Accused of Making Windows 10 Impossible to Block, Company Denies

The “forced Windows 10 upgrades” saga is back with a new episode, this time involving claims that Microsoft made the switch to the new operating system impossible to block. And while this might not be such a big surprise for many users…
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Teamviewer Censoring Data Breach

TEAMVIEWER WANTS THE WORLD TO NOT KNOW SPECIFIC DETAILS The breach of TeamViewer was initially reported yesterday afternoon after several reports of breaches were starting to appear online. Although it remains unclear as to how this…
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Uber to begin testing self-driving cars in Pittsburgh

One day, the Uber that comes to fetch you might not have anyone in the driver's seat. On Thursday, Uber announced that it will begin testing an autonomous Ford Fusion hybrid on the streets of Pittsburgh, home to Uber's Advanced Technology…
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Cops deploy StingRay anti-terror tech against $50 chicken-wing thief

Police in Maryland, US, used controversial cellphone-tracking technology intended only for the most serious crimes to track down a man who stole $50 of chicken wings. Police in Annapolis – an hour's drive from the heart of government…

Sony Is Trying To Patent A Contact Lens That Can Record And Play Video At The Blink Of An Eye

Sony has a filed a patent for smart contact lenses that will allow you to record and play back video. The Japanese tech giants describe the idea as “a contact lens and storage medium capable of controlling an image pickup unit provided…

MUSICWORLDTAKEOVER.COM PREVIEW WEBSITE IS UP NOW

Learn all about the future website musicworldtakeover today at musicworldtakeover.com learn about the musicworldtakeover Square and what it  took to make the 100,000 square options so every music artist who uploads there music to the website…
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Starcraft 2: E-sport stars charged with match rigging

Two professional Starcraft 2 players have been charged with match fixing. Lee "Life" Seung Hyun - a Global Starcraft League champion - has been charged with receiving 70 million won (£42,000) to intentionally lose two matches in May 2015. Bung…

Microsoft is stopping production of the Xbox 360

Microsoft has said it is to stop manufacturing the XBox 360 games console, 10 years after it launched. In a blog post, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said gamers had completed more than 78 billion hours of play on the devices. Last year the…
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HighThere, the App for Stoners, Will Broadcast Your Location to Nearby Cops Listening In

HighThere, the "Tinder for Tokers," is a stoner app for finding smoking buddies. When you first download the app and join the network, HighThere asks for your location data and your energy level when stoned, so it can match you with potential…
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Nintendo DS sized pocket computer in your hands! Must See!

I made this little Nintendo DS sized computer using a Raspberry Pi and a bunch of off-the-shelf parts. It is a fully functional linux computer that can do most things a full system can (games, web stuff, videos, music etc). You can also…
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Scientists Use Memory to Treat Fear

Scientists have long sought a way to treat irrational fears and phobias including PTSD, but a new breakthrough may be as simple as helping people forget what scares them.  The process called memory reconsolidation involves recalling memories…
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Handful of Biologists Went Rogue and Published Directly to Internet

On Feb. 29, Carol Greider of Johns Hopkins University became the third Nobel Prize laureate biologist in a month to do something long considered taboo among biomedical researchers: She posted a report of her recent discoveries to a publicly…
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You Can Buy This Self-Driving Car for $20,000

It’s equipped with advanced-driver assistance systems. General Motors Friday made news for the high price it paid for a startup that develops self-driving technology. It forked over more than $1 billion for Cruise Automation, which…
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Notorious Hacker GhostShell Doxes Himself So He Could Get a Job

The main driving force behind the Team GhostShell hacking crew, the hacker known as GhostShell, has decided to reveal his true identity in a joint interview with DataBreaches.net and CyberWarNews.info. The hacker, who's been active since…