Two enterprising white entrepreneurs just made yet another app for avoiding non-white areas of your town, and it’s really taking off!
SketchFactor is here, an app made for avoiding “sketchy” neighborhoods, which is the term young white people use to … Read the rest
The ever-growing popularity of video gaming, online or not, is bringing a new set of problems for the big developers. Electronic Arts have recently come in for some heavy criticism from players, as the rise of social media brings disgruntled … Read the rest
Scientists from the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) and Necsa fluorochemical subsidiary Pelchem have developed a lower-cost method to produce high-purity phosphorus pentafluoride (PF5), which is used to manufacture lithium hexafluorophosphate (LiPF6) – the electrolyte used in most lithium-ion … Read the rest
They say, “When you’re on a good thing, stick to it.” Honda has followed that formula since launching the first Jazz back in 2001. And why not? It’s worked wonders for the automaker so far.
Now manufactured at 10 plants … Read the rest
BlackBerry’s CEO John Chen at the company’s earnings report and annual meeting confirmed that the long-rumoured square-shaped ‘Windermere’ smartphone will be officially called BlackBerry Passport.
Chen showed off the yet-to-be-announced Passport which will launch in September at an event in … Read the rest
Amazon announced its first smartphone today, a bold move into a segment currently dominated by Apple and Samsung. At an event in Seattle, CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the Fire Phone, a smartphone with a 4.7-in. 3-D display, a 2.2-GHz quadcore … Read the rest
We are excited about redesigning praag for greater speed and ease of use. Please bear with us while we are making the changes. We are sure you will like the end result.
In the meantime, you can still enjoy our … Read the rest
Scientists have created a thermogenetic tool that can alter a fly’s mind and make it sing and dance.
The Fly Mind Altering Device, or FLyMAD, lets the researchers use heat from infrared lasers to activate genetically defined brain cell types … Read the rest
Mobile phones have effectively revolutionised the way we live our lives, and continue to grow in technical capabilities to further extend the range of facilities and functions available to its users. One in five people across the world own a … Read the rest
Mobile data traffic in South Africa is expected to have a compound annual growth of 53% in the next five years, according to a report.
According to a forecast, it will reach an annual run rate of two exabytes (one … Read the rest
Facebook is in negotiations to buy a drone manufacturer with the aim of using high-altitude autonomous aircraft to beam internet connections to isolated communities in Africa.
The social networking company is one of the main backers of the internet.org project, … Read the rest
No human hand touched this hamburger. It was made entirely by robots
The San Francisco-based robotics company debuted its burger-preparing machine last year. It can whip up hundreds of burgers an hour, take custom orders, and it uses top-shelf ingredients … Read the rest
A video made by a man from North Dakota shows him cautiously holding a lighter up against the stream of water coming out of his tap, prompting large flames to rise up into the faucet. North Dakota has been home … Read the rest
According to the US internet security industry, murder committed by hacking into an internet-connected device is a real possibility.
Internet Identity predicted murder by internet in a report last year, stating: “With so many devices being internet connected, it makes … Read the rest