MegaBots wants to crowdfund for World’s First Giant Robot Tournament 2018

A team of fans makes the robot concept Eagle Prime Two years before (in 2015), and what did you do to with a 15 feet tall metal beast: Challenge its Japanese equivalent, Kuratas, to a duel. Years later, the creations finally duked it out in an incredible brawl that appeared that there was absolutely nothing. […]

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HTC launches Vive tracker bundles

HTC launches Vive tracker bundles enhances VR gameplay

HTC has launched Vive tracker bundles, opening its tracker device to everyday consumers for the 1st time. The Vive tracker could be a small interchangeable motion tracking accessory which will attach to any object in real life, and works with the HTC Vive VR headset. The tracker creates a wireless connection between the item and […]

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FDA permits marketing of the first device to help ease opioid withdrawal

Amid an epidemic of opioid addiction, doctors are looking for ways to assist individuals to wean themselves off of the medicine, but withdrawal symptoms are a serious hurdle. Innovative Health Solutions says its NSS-2 Bridge is a “percutaneous nerve field stimulator (PNFS) device system” that sends electrical pulses to certain cranial nerves, treating symptoms together […]

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trust indicators

Facebook testing trust indicators to news articles

Since the outbreak of its fake news crisis last year, Facebook has proclaimed several initiatives designed to promote authentic, fact-based journalism. Today, the corporate is rolling out its latest: what Facebook calls a “trust indicators,” an icon that you just will tap to find out more regarding the publisher of articles shared on Facebook. You […]

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Atom text editor

GitHub’s Atom text editor now lets developers collaborate on code in real-time

GitHub’s Atom text editor is an effective open-source choice for coders, alongside cross-platform favorites like Sublime Text. but if it’s not already your weapon of choice, you may need to provide it a go now that it supports real-time collaboration. The latest Teletype feature allows you to team up with fellow developers on a project […]

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verification badges

Twitter will remove verification badges from accounts who break its rules

Twitter will be starting to removing verification badges from users who break its rules, the corporate said today. The announcement, that was created on the official @TwitterSupport account, appears to make concrete a policy that began in Jan when the corporate removed the badge from the account of the noxious right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos. (It […]

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Square testing its payment app its inside buying and selling bitcoin

Square money moved beyond sending money in Feb 2016 once it started letting users store their funds in account reserves, digital wallet-style. beginning today, you’ll be able to use the service’s mobile app to stash another kind of currency: Bitcoin. but only choose users are seeing the feature. “We are always listening to our customers […]

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Google Maps

Google Maps gets a new look focuses on points of interest

Google Maps could also be a cornerstone of navigation for several folks, but its visual presentation will occasionally leave something to be desired. Why would you care about gas stations once you are taking the subway? to it end, Google is giving Maps a fresh look that adapts to your travel methods and what you […]

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