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Nobel prize in physics for the invention of Blue LED

Three researchers received the Nobel Prize in Physics for their invention of Blue Light-Emitting-Diode, a technology that is best for the water purification, high-speed networking and efficient home illumination. Two Japanese citizens Isamu Akasaki, professor at Meijo University and Nagoya University, Hiroshi Amano, professor at Nagoya University and an American citizen, Shuji Nakamura professor at

Weird Exoskeleton: Add the sensation of touch in virtual reality

Virtual reality is much effective than visuals, but most of us are seeing little more than 3D imagery and head-tracking in head-mounted display. For real immersion, VR is going to need to take advantage of all the other senses as well. Smell and touch are just as important as sound and sight, but for these

Progress software makes predictions about breakthroughs in 2015

There has been a series of predictions made by the Progress software for the year 2015. The software has been able to make some strong predictions about expected breakthroughs. With the technology reaching to a point of wherein everyone has access to various kinds of technologies, according to the software, the application ice age will

Hackers publish the code, which can infect millions of USB devices

In July 2014, it was reported the massive security hole, BadUSB which provides the leverage to hackers to hijack millions of USB devices, range from printers to keyboards and thumb drives. At that time, researchers admitted that flaw didn’t publish their BadUSB exploit code, but now two hackers published their code on Github after working

India-based Stixis Technologies is going to build first U.S. software Centre

India based retail technology consulting company Stixis Technology Inc. is planning to build its first US software centre in Baton Rouge. The announcement was made officially that Stixis Technology will host its first US site, the Stixis AMIGO. AMIGO development centre is keenly expecting the support of professionals such as engineers, scientists, professors and research

FireChat mobile networking app is not just for the protesters of Hong Kong

Open Garden’s FireChat app is useful for several other purposes rather than locating the political protesters in Hong Kong. It can be revolutionize according to your interaction with your customers and employees. One of the most popular mobile social networking apps FireChat is much usefull, but there are chances that you had never heard of

Now Computer will say “Try this”: An automated Hypothesis Generation

Now software will help the researchers to decide for what they should look, more than 90 groups of researchers are developing hypothesis-generation software with a hope to use it not for recipe books, but on the vast corpus of scientific literature that has piled up in public databases. Apples, pork and mushrooms sounds like a

One-third jobs will be taken by robots or software by 2025

In presents, robots and drones are replacing the most of the man power, and you believe or not but by the end of 2015, 30% job will be replaced by new technologies. According to researcher director, Peter Sondergaard, one day a drone may be your eyes and ears. In next five years, drones will be

15 technologies that transform the nature of programming

Many years back, developers wrote assembly code and run fast then light. On good time, they had budget to hire someone to toggle all those switches on the front of the machine to input their code. On bad time, they flipped the switches by themselves. Process was simple: software loaded data from memory, did some

Hadapt and Revelytix is acquired by Teradata for big data boost

Teradata adds data-analysis, data-prep and data-management capabilities by acquiring two notable companies from big data arena. Loom is a metadata management system, which is developed by Revelytix and it is compatible with a number of Hadoop distributions in which few are Hortonworks, IBM, Cloudera, Pivotal, Apache and MapR. Loom is geared for more quickly analysis,