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Exoskeletons and power suits may have been a work of fiction in the past, but a Japanese company called INNOPHYS has turned that sci-fi...

Your Privacy Could Be at Risk Without These Updates to Behavioral Biometrics

You're undoubtedly familiar with getting into a system by typing in a password. Sometimes, though, that method alone is not sufficiently secure. Due to...

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Tesla Cybertruck: Unveiling and First Impressions

For the past few years, Tesla has been unveiling vehicles that are more suited to the everyday commuter’s needs as opposed to their initial focus on building high-performance all-electric cars. Currently, they have found the perfect balance between performance, style, and...

Pokemon Sword and Shield Crashes Roku Devices Over The Weekend

This past weekend was a bizarre one for customers that bought Pokemon Sword or Shield. Pokemon fans playing via Roku devices found them continually restarting and crashing while trying to play on their Nintendo Switch. On the Pokemon subreddit, frustrated fans...

MIT’s Mini Cheetah: The Agile Quadrupedal Robots

In the world of robotics, Boston Dynamics may have made a name for themselves with their animal-like robots, but now there’s more competition in the field. Both literally and figuratively. MIT recently published a video of their version of a quadrupedal...

Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit Creates New Possibilities for Gamers with Disabilities

Gaming is probably one of the easiest hobbies one may have. Compared to hobbies like sports, or learning a musical instrument, gaming can be a cake-walk. A relaxing escape for a person to be able to have fun and pass their...

Fighting Energy Poverty with Affordable, Sustainable Electricity [Video]

Have you ever heard about the term energy poverty? Access to energy is one of the key aspects of many development projects. And yet, not every sort of energy source is as good as the next one. In order to truly...

The ‘Game of the Year’ Nominees Are up for Voting Now

It's that time of the year again. The Game Awards are being prepared and the nominees for the various categories have been made available for public voting. This means you. Please follow this link to vote for your favorites on Google...

Pix: A Backpack for Pixel Art

In the age wherein we see a lot of conformism to certain standards and dress code, some seek to express themselves in any way they can. To some it's a funky pair of shoes, to others it's a tattoo under the...

Are You Ready For ‘The Outer Worlds’, Cowboy? [Review]

I have to admit that The Outer Worlds hit me by surprise. I absolutely overlooked any previous reports about it and didn't catch a glimpse of it at any gaming conference or event. So when I saw it coming through the...

MARS: Lightgun Gaming Launches on PS4 and Xbox One

Remember the old times with the lightgun video games when we were kids? If you enjoyed playing those games, then this is great news for you...

Using Smartphones to Predict Suicide Attempts [Video]

To some people, stress and emotion can cause so much pressure and trouble that they begin to think about committing suicide. Though we are entering a...

Key Takeaways from Edward Snowden’s Privacy Talk at Web Summit 2019

The Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, is now over for this year and some of us are already looking forward to the installment of 2020. While...

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Unikrn Begins Search for the Next Streaming Talent

In the world of gaming and e-sports, streaming plays a very fundamental role, allowing avid video game players to stream their gameplay as well...

Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence to Design New Material

Researchers at TU Delft have recently designed a new material using only the power of artificial intelligence. This new material guides researchers towards making...

Rich Mulholland: The Art of Saying No [Video]

We say "yes" too often. We sometimes say it even though it hurts us. Sometimes we say it and end up with a lot...

Microsoft and Cisco Work Together Towards Interoperability

Technology continues to bring us together despite distances and time differences, and having tools to help us better collaborate are indispensable. So far, there...

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Cisco Acquires BroadSoft to Secure Position in UC Markets

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Businesses all over the world have been embracing ethical e-commerce. Freitag – the Swiss retailer of bags made of upcycled tarpaulins and seat belts...

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