The RAID is a near-instantaneous barrier that can be set-up in about 60 seconds. It expands out of the back of a shipping container carried on a truck. As the truck drives, the barrier automatically places itself in the truck's path. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Fake news is a moving target. Greedy publishers constantly start new websites of deceit, preventing manual blacklists from keeping up. That’s why one TechCrunch Disrupt London Hackathon team took an algorithmic approach to detecting fake news. Show More Summary
Video2017 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro (photo credit: Sam Abuelsamid) Cars, like the people that create them have distinct characters. Some of that comes down to the individuals responsible for the design and development and the corporate culture they work in. Other aspects of automotive ethnicity come the places where they were [...]
Some of them were participating in our event for the first time, while others were regular hackers. Their challenge was to come up with a neat, funny and smart hack in just 24 hours. We could all feel the excitement in the air when the 63 teams took the stage to present a short one-minute demo to impress fellow hackers and our judges. Show More Summary
Jefferson Graham compares two of the new drones priced around $500 with high-quality cameras.
While Windows 10 Anniversary update is packed with many great features, it is also replete with several bugs. We can consider Windows 10 Automatic Repair issue or even Windows Update error. Certainly, this is one of the reason why you’d...Show More Summary
It can’t rain all the time, but when it does you can pass the time with The Crow Pop! Vinyl Figure. Vengeance never looked as cute as it does with this 3 3/4-inch-tall figure based on Brandon Lee’s Eric Draven in the 1994 movie, The Crow, back from the dead and ready to get revenge […]
We have previously discussed how websites on deep web cover majority of cyberspace, as compared to ones listed by search engines such as Google and Bing etc. But in order to access this vast cyberspace, which is as expansive as outer space (the real one) you certainly cannot rely on conventional means. Show More Summary
Apple's OS is full of symbols that you might not know the meanings for. Here's what they mean. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Bioluminescent organisms have evolved dozens of times over the course of life's history. Recent studies are narrowing in on the complicated biochemistry needed to illuminate the dark. The post The Mysterious Machinery of Creatures That Glow in the Deep appeared first on WIRED.
Tricking people into downloading malicious mobile apps is a con as old as time itself (or at least as old as smartphones). Don't fall for it. The post Never Ever (Ever) Download Android Apps Outside of Google Play appeared first on WIRED.
Meizu is a smartphone manufacturer that is based in China, and they have come up with their fair share of smartphones in the past that certainly looked great, with constant improvements being introduced in newer models as time goes by. Show More Summary
Microsoft’s HoloLens mixed reality headset is rapidly moving from a curiosity to a useful and practical tool in everyday professional settings. The latest implementation is using the headset to guide orthopaedic surgeons during the messy and risky work of spinal surgery. Dr. Henrique Lampert, an orthopedic spine surgeon working in Santa Catarina, Brazil at the […]
Say you’re at a party, and someone wants to get a silent disco going. Everyone opens their phone, someone yells “play,” and hopefully everyone gets it started at the same time. Well, that works, but it could be better. So at the TechCrunch...Show More Summary
On December 4, 2006, an elusive ocean creature - renowned in art and legend as a terrifying beast - was captured live on video for the very first time. Jane Pauley reports.
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?
We humans walk funny. Pivoting one leg forward at the hip creates an offset that puts us off-balance sideways. We have to compensate for this with each step we take. Many robots handle this by instead taking small, calculated steps. Enter NABiRoS, the Non Anthropomorphic Bipedal Robot System (link to the video below). Show More Summary
This user-programmable bot for children makes playtime educational. The post Review: Ozobot Evo appeared first on WIRED.
Looking for a protective iPhone 7 case that won't set you back a ton of cash? If so, check out Amzer's dual layer hybrid case for two great layers of protection for your new phone. The case will add some bulk but also help protect it if you happen to drop it, and today you can pick one up for just $4.95. ...