Stem cellsare seen as one of modern medicine'smost promisingmagicbullets, but that doesn't mean that we understand them. A paralyzed woman from the US has learned this the hard way, after an experimental treatment caused her to grow a nose-like tumor on her back.
What is a flagship? For some companies, it's about cramming as many features into a device as physics allows. For Huawei, it means something else entirely: Though it creates smartphones for the power-hungry crowd, its most eye-catching devices typically favor mass appeal over brawn. Exhibit A: theAscend P7, a smartphone that emphasizes design and user-friendliness over a blowsy spec sheet.
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No one likes to think too much about where we go when we'vepassed on, but you probably imagine crematoriums to remain the same as they have done for the last century. It turns out, however, that even those who dispose of our earthly remains have a hankering to use their smartphone to control the process.
What happens to youronline lifeafter you've passed away? Unless you've left your passwords in the will, those Facebook and Twitter profiles will linger on for years to come. If you'd prefer your digital life to be as neatly tidied up as your real one, thenYahoo Japanis offering the solution.
When the Edward Snowden revelations beganflowing(and flowing,and flowing), the first thing many people screamed was "get onTor!" Unsurprisingly, an analysis of the NSA'sXKeyscore systemhas revealed that simply visiting the website of the privacy service is enough to get you registered as an "extremist.
Yes, we're all excited to get our hands on the consumer version of Oculus' VR gear, but that doesn't mean that the company doesn't take too kindly to scalpers offering dev kits ahead of time. After banningany orders from Chinaafter resellers tried to buy them at extreme rates, the Facebook-owned business has now turned its attentions to individuals who were trying to make a fast buck oneBay.
A group of tech companies including Samsung,Google's Nest Labsand chipmakerARMare teaming up to create a unified system to run all of your connected home gadgets. Thread uses low-power mesh networks to run all of your devices, promising greater reliability and cloud access for every piece of hardware in your house.
Chromemay be the browser of choice for around 35 percent of the world's internet users, but it's not without its flaws. A report byForbeshas highlighted that the browser won't return to an idle state if it's not being used, demanding significantly more power than rivals like Firefox or Internet Explorer.
We know how Facebook imagines it'llwork in VR, but what about the rest of the internet? Google's Brandon Jones has announced that he's working on a way to add virtual reality support forOculus RiftandCardboardinto Chrome. It's the second browser to champion WebVR, since the platform has been seeded into experimental builds ofFirefoxover the last week.
You'd think the world of hobbyist mini computers would be full, considering that you've got a choice ofArduino,Raspberry Pi,Beagleboneand evenIntel's NUC. That hasn't deterredSolidRun, which is releasing the HummingBoard as a more powerful alternative to the Raspberry Pi. Built on the same platform, the HummingBoard promises faster silicon (1GHz ARM v7 vs.
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