Need Brain Cells? Just Grow More!

by Julie

I love technology, In fact you could say its what I live for, or lose sleep over. I spend a tremendous amount of time searching for all kinds of stuff that has what I like to call “cool factor” and while I’ve come across some pretty amazing things, seldom am I as impressed, as when I read about medical advances. After learning about some of the developments in medical tech, …

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Apple Free – iDevice Protection

by Julie

  I admitted in a recent post that I had yet to purchase an iPhone. While I got the occasional accolade, for the most part people snickered and belittled me for not yet entering the 21st century. Bear in mind I already had an iPad and an iPod and various other electronic  items that should have qualified me among the tech savvy, but most folks were faintly ashamed of me. This weekend …

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“Printing” Body Parts – The Future is Now

by Julie

 It is amazing to me what technology is capable of, and everyday I learn something that makes me wonder just how close we will actually come to some of the fictitious “marvels” seen on the sci-fi movies I used to love. Space travel, whole body health scanners, robotic arms and limbs. I wish I could live an extra 100 years just to see how far progress will take us. I have …

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Scene from 2001: A Space Odyssey used in court case with the iPad and Galaxy Tab

by Mark R

I suppose that I shouldn’t be surprised that there is an ongoing lawsuit between Apple and Samsung over the similarity between the Apple iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Apple has stated that “iPad design” which is a rectangular flat computer, is quite like the Samsung Tab, but it is also similar with a device from science fiction. Specifically, the Stanley Kubrick movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. Some might …

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Neptune Canada is one big undersea experiment

by Mark R

Studying the sea is very important to more than just biologists, and the Neptune Canada is the “world’s largest cabled undersea observatory”. It isn’t just called Neptune because it is under the sea, but it is a very clever acronym for North-East Pacific Time-series Undersea Networked Experiments. Whoever thought of that acronym is a complete genius. The Neptune has sensors located in Western British Columbia, through the Juan de Fuca …

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Microsoft’s “Mango” – Making Smartphones Smarter

by Julie

Wow, we do a lot with our phones these days, I often have so much going on all at once It can be a bit frustrating, the phone can only do so much… I’m not sure a smartphone is really as SMART, as it sounds, The smartphone experience is complicated by tons of different apps and accounts that folks like us need to try and keep up with — from …

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lightRadio – There’s a lot of Jack in this Box

by Julie

I’m probably dating myself, but I actually owned one of the first cell phones, admit it, some of you remember… It came attached to a darn suitcase, and seemed to weigh about 5 pounds.  I was pretty proud of it, and come to think of it, the reception was pretty good too! But look how far we’ve come… As cell phones have become smaller and owning one is now almost …

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WorldTV 1.0 – Your 15 Minutes of Fame Awaits

by Julie

WorldTV is a web application that enables its users to create, manage and operate their very own TV channel for publishing to the web or to television. Now being a TV star is an option for all of us, because almost anyone can be a TV broadcaster with WorldTV. WorldTV is a new platform that enables any individual or company to create their own TV channel that can appear on …

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