First wearable device was a Chinese ring, not Google Glass

Back in the 17th century, one Chinese designer did create a functioning abacus 'smart ring' that worked as a counting tool...

Microsoft admits to snooping on Hotmail to track leak

Microsoft has acknowledged it had searched emails in a blogger's Hotmail account to track down who was leaking company secrets...

Google enhances encryption technology for email

 Google has enhanced the encryption technology for its flagship email service in ways that will make it harder for the National Se...

Microsoft working on next-gen 'no-touch' screens

Microsoft is working on 'no-touch' phones, tablets and TVs that can be operated from afar, without the need to swipe them...

Apple's new patent hints at stylus for iPad

Apple's latest patent is titled simply "Input Device Having Extendable Nib," but don't let that fool you; this may be t...

How a New Software Program Can Bring the World Together

James lives in Hawaii and his mother lives in Korea.  James speaks English (he never learned Korean), and his mom only speaks Korean.  Th...

The LEDs of the Future Are Paper-Thin

When you think of LEDs, you probably picture small, nipple-esque lumps of plastic. But if these scientists have their way, the LEDs of...

IBM's Graphene Circuit: A Genius Reminder of How Far Graphene Has to Go

IBM's mad scientists   have created a graphene-based circuit   that's 10,000 times more powerful than existing alternatives. This...

The World's Thinnest LED Is Only 3 Atoms Thick

LEDs have come a long ways. From the early 70s when a bulky LED watch   cost thousands of dollars to LG's announcement last month tha...

Sony and Panasonic's New Optical Archival Discs Will Store Up to 1TB

Sony Sony and Panasonic   announced last year   that they had plans to develop a new, high-capacity optical storage disc-and they were...

Welcome To World Science U, Where Anyone Can Learn Einstein Online

At a time when companies and universities that run massive open online courses are  struggling  to prove their value, Columbia University...

New Ophone Introduces “Smell-O-Vision”

A new smartphone product called Ophone sends aromas like popcorn, chocolate and coffee to mobile phones to enhance and revolutionize the co...

Man called Bitcoin's father denies ties, leads LA car chase

A Japanese American man thought to be the reclusive multi-millionaire father of Bitcoin emerged from a modest Southern California hom...

Ten Profound Ways The World Will Change In Your Lifetime

Society and culture can change beyond recognition in a lifetime—people with criminal convictions for homosexuality  are today seeing gay ma...

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