A new smartphone-controlled device that can lift heavy items – weighing up to 23 kg – with just the push of a button has been developed in the US. The myLifter device is controlled via an app on your smartphone and can lift heavy objects despite its small size.
Bitcoins were dealt a blow in Norway as the government of Scandinavia’s richest nation said the virtual currency doesn’t qualify as real money.
The rollercoaster ride that is the Bitcoin market took a deep dive yesterday following yet another bombshell out of China – this time round, the People’s Bank of China has been rumored to consider banned third-party payment companies from doing business with Bitcoin exchanges.
In an age when just about everyone seems to have a cellphone, coin-operated phones are disappearing from the landscape at a rapid clip — and with them a lifeline for the poor.
Think outside the home—how can we connect our classrooms to empower student success?
Freelance analyst Benedict Evans argues Facebook’s recent exponential rate is now starting to turn into a problem for the company.
Anyone who can watch you will watch you. In technology, that is one of the big lessons of 2013.
The challenge was to design an aircraft that, powered only by a human, can hover 3 meters (9.84 feet) off the ground for at least 60 seconds. Only a handful managed to get their “human helicopter” off the ground.
The driverless-car designer says the human driver is the biggest danger in autonomous vehicles.