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    Robot chef can really cook

    Most folks can quickly rustle up a meal after a hard day’s work. Then there are those creative geniuses who can produce gourmet meals at great profit to themselves and to those who are the beneficiaries of their feasts. And then there are those who just don’t have the time. They have so much work on their plates that by the time they finally finish work they are tired to the bone. There are many more human beings who just don’t have a clue. They cannot butter their own bread and fry one lone egg. Many more cannot read to…

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Robot chef can really cook

Robot chef can really cook

Aug 28, 2015

Most folks can quickly rustle up a meal after a hard day’s work. Then there are those creative geniuses who can produce gourmet meals at great profit to themselves and to those who are the beneficiaries of their feasts. And then there are those who just don’t have the time. They have so much work on their plates that by the time they finally finish work they are tired to the bone. There are many more human beings who just don’t have a clue. They cannot butter their own bread and fry one lone egg. Many more cannot read to…

A camera that flies

A camera that flies

Aug 27, 2015

Originally, cameras were designed to take photographs. Today, one camera can fly. Japanese electronics company, Sony, has developed and manufactured a camera drone that flies just like an airplane. Working with a robotics start-up company, ZMP, this is part of a joint venture called Aerosense. Sony has displayed the prototype which can also take off vertically. The camera drone has been specifically tailored for companies to use in aerial surveillance and reconnaissance missions. Companies will be able to use these flying devices for ‘measuring, surveying, observing and inspecting’. The drone’s take-off and landing capabilities resemble the Lockheed Martin F35 Fighter…

What's a Google Doodle anyway?

What’s a Google Doodle anyway?

Aug 27, 2015

It’s called a Google Doodle. It’s those colorful, cartoon-like drawings which appear on the search engine web page. It is the first thing that users notice when they turn on their favorite search engine. The Google Doodle celebrates, commemorates, remembers and expresses solidarity with anything of significance. Also, the Google Doodle is localized. Depending on which part of the world it is used in, search engines display pictures recognising an event or incident of relevance to their country. In the UK it could be the birth of Prince William’s child. In Spain, a fireworks display may celebrate Barcelona’s victory in…

Smart new developments for wheelchair folks

Smart new developments for wheelchair folks

Aug 27, 2015

Smart new developments are a regular source of good news for tech enthusiasts. When tech companies unveil their new toys, the techies love to test the products and write glowing or harsh critical reviews of them. Perhaps some of the tech geeks will have a use for the new apps, but invariably most of them don’t. While new software is developed for motor cars, elsewhere large multinationals are embarrassingly recalling their faulty merchandise. It is all about creating smart environments for smart people, but what many people easily forget is it’s simply taking away seemingly small jobs which folks are…

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Counter-blocking ad blockers

Counter-blocking ad blockers

There is a concern that free internet use will be adversely affected by the increased use of ad blocking software. Unless users are sitting in a public library, municipal offices or utilizing the mall’s free Wi-Fi service, the internet is not and never will be free. Somewhere some body or another is paying for the service to be used by millions around the world. One of the users’ benefactors is the advertising industry, particularly the advertisers who aggressively pepper the web pages with ads that users continue to bypass in order to view their chosen material. The popular software being…

Windows 10 upgrade will not affect Microsoft financially

Windows 10 upgrade will not affect Microsoft financially

Microsoft is not having sleepless nights about their free Windows 10 upgrades, which are being rolled out across the world. The company is saying that this roll-out will have no financial impact on their bottom line. By reporting massive losses, the tech giant has forced tech and financial analysts around the globe scratch their heads; according to those experts, either this ‘free’ upgrade is not free or someone else is paying for this. Ultimately the Windows 10 upgrade is not free. It is free in the usual marketing sense when a salesman tells his unwitting customer, after barging his toe in the front…

Regulations hold back Apple

Regulations hold back Apple

The USA’s most valuable company is delaying its television streaming service due to issues with licensing. Their current projection is that they will now go live next year. This means that Apple’s plans of launching its new service this fall have been scuppered. It could, however, turn out to be a blessing in disguise because it simply means that the tech giant now has more time to prepare. For ordinary folks, a year could be a long time to wait, but time does not stand still for Apple. The tech giant may now delay the release of their exclusive iPhone 6s, which was originally…

Apple's strength is in its diversity

Apple’s strength is in its diversity

Apple continues to surge ahead of the tech pack. They remain the world’s most valued company. They are ahead of the game where new innovations and product packages are concerned. They are also ahead of companies when it comes to human diversity and employing minorities in the male-dominated Silicon Valley. Apple says that it has hired sixty-five percent more women during the past year. Nearly 50% of the folks the company has hired to date are women. Also, black, Hispanic and Native American staff enrolments are up. It also helps that Apple’s chief executive officer is part of a minority group….

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