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Worry or not these are the latest robot trends

Worry or not these are the latest robot trends

Robots are here to stay. Technology has advanced to such a degree that those who remain resolutely anti-robot can be forgiven for feeling a little overwhelmed by it all. Most media and business focus is on how robots can improve the overall quality of life for human beings on planet earth. Because time and space does not allow an extensive analysis of all the latest developments and trends in the world of robots only a few themes can be mentioned here. In the weeks and months to come there will be more breaking news stories. Media focuses on the attention,…

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A fisher of wheelchair men and women

A fisher of wheelchair men and women

Sometimes it might be appropriate to quote religious texts or inspirational spiritual verses because the news story is so joyful that it reminds both reader and writer of an epic event or good deed.  The New Testament story from the Christian Bible goes something like this; Jesus, a savior of men and women, once upon a time called a group of fishermen to become fishers of men and not just fish. Over two thousand years later, one fisherman from Whidbey Island, Washington, USA, seems to have taken these words literally and to heart. He also has fond memories of his…

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Coward thug leaves elderly couple confined to wheelchairs

Coward thug leaves elderly couple confined to wheelchairs

The recent images of the tragedies associated with the migrant crises which show thousands of refugees fleeing Africa and Europe away from danger and poverty and to Europe in search of a better life is still vivid for those who care. It is universally known as the largest migration crisis to hit Europe since last century’s Second World War. That war was fought over land and racial supremacy, which led to millions of Jews being brutally murdered by Germany’s Nazis. Fortunately, most of today’s Germans have tentatively opened their arms to this wave of migrants. Among those Europeans who sympathize…

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Robots Dotting the I’s and Dashing the codes

Robots Dotting the I’s and Dashing the codes

There’s a lady who shares her house with a cat and six children. Two of the children are extremely unusual. This lady is fairly up to date with technology. For instance, she has taken advantage of the young tech company, Wonder Workshop, and its innovative toys. This lady, hands full, is also a fairly good mother because she seems to believe in allowing her kids to mix pleasure with business. Or more specifically, allow them to play with toys that basically educate them at the same time. Speaking of children, the older unusual kid in this lady’s house is a…

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AT&T DirecTV to your phone

AT&T DirecTV to your phone

The go-ahead has been given to AT&T to become USA’s largest pay-tv provider. With their stock price not seeing much movement in recent days, it seems to be an awful lot of money to be paying for the latest offering, which will please customers driven to spend more real time on their mobile devices than ever before. The telecom giant is blending their current DirecTV service into an all-wireless bundle, which will be available on mobile phones worldwide. The projected expenditure on this marketing and service initiative is tagged at a hefty 49 billion US dollars. While it is a…

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Scientists develops new slow-melting ice cream

Scientists develops new slow-melting ice cream

Many grown-up folks have fond memories (or not) of hot, sweltering summer days. Such hot days are usually the best time to grab a cool, soothing and tasty soft-serve ice-cream. But because it was so hot, the ice cream tended to melt too quickly and folks and their little ones had to slurp on the cone quickly to enjoy a few more divine licks before the whole ice-cream melted away to nothing. Perhaps the folks in Great Britain have endured one unusually hot summer too many. Scientists over there are developing a slow-melting ice cream. Greedy lickers may be asking…

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Samsung mobilizes

Samsung mobilizes

While China bites the bullet and tries to reignite its insatiable growth rate, which by far still surpasses the rest of the world’s, including that of the USA and South Korea, thanks to how the nation’s own industriousness and innovative dominance from some of its companies, continues to rumble gently in spite of challenging trading circumstances. Even China’s nemesis across the South China Sea, war-weary and nuclear-fatigued Japan, has begun to show signs of moderate growth. South Korean companies, however, continue to be challenged by increased competitiveness across the globe. Samsung remains one of the democratic half of the sub-continent’s…

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Making wireless sense of Samsung’s monitor

Making wireless sense of Samsung’s monitor

Samsung is launching a monitor which allows their smartphone customers to charge their phones without wired battery chargers. In other words, the Asian tech giant is allowing their smart users to charge their phones wirelessly. While the Samsung monitor (screen) is on remotely, Samsung smartphones can be charged. It is all appealingly high definition and well-integrated. Interestingly, the new Samsung screens are compatible with Apple and Microsoft’s new Windows products. The manufacturers have made no secret of their targeted market of regular gamers. But users’ Samsung phones need to be supported with standardized wireless charging devices, which is a feature…

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New Horizons and beyond

New Horizons and beyond

The journey to the infinite reaches of deep space could very well begin with NASA’s New Horizons. After passing the dwarf planet (which took nine years to reach), New Horizon’s journey has just begun. It has a new destination in mind. It is one billion miles beyond Pluto, which lies in the Kuiper Belt, an area beyond the small planet’s own orbit of the Sun, the largest sphere in the planetary system. Over one hundred thousand mini-worlds could be discovered through New Horizon’s journey into deep space. But the journey must still be approved by powers beyond its control. Even…

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This robot book may scare some people

This robot book may scare some people

It’s not an original story. Many similar accounts have been recorded over the years. Most readers never took these stories seriously or to heart. It was only fans of the science fiction genre that warmed up to the idea. Long before science fiction writers were furiously scribbling their take on a world aided and abetted by robots, the great Isaac Asimov had done it all before. Since Asimov’s first story, the ‘idea’ was still ludicrous and fiction. It was never taken seriously, but such stories enjoyed the status of good entertainment value for money. TV shows and films brought visual…

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