Apple Marks Deal with NTT Docomo to Sell iPads in Japan

U.S. computer and electronics manufacturer Apple has reached an agreement that will allow it to sell its iPad tablet to customers of the first Japanese mobile operator, NTT Docomo, according to reports from both companies. The iPad Air, the latest version of the tablet, and the smaller iPad mini will be available in the network… Keep Reading

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Google to Make Its Own Driverless Car

Google has started building its own driverless cars that simply feature a start button – no steering wheel and no pedals. Chris Urmson, the project manager at Google, said that the car does not need those items because the car’s software and sensors do all the work of driving. The small two-seat electric car, with… Keep Reading


Invisivision Eyewear Crowdfunding to Disrupt Entertainment Industry

Patent-pending eyewear technology, Invisivision, is disrupting the film, gaming, and advertising industries with the ability to see multiple video streams on the same screen. Crowdfunding with a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a short film starring Aaron Ashmore and J.P. Manoux, Invisivision has raised the interest of major Hollywood studios and producers with their… Keep Reading


The Rolling Stones Back on Tour

The Rolling Stones, who had interrupted their 2014 world tour following the suicide of the wife of Mick Jagger, were back on stage Monday with a two hour concert at Telenor Arena in Oslo, Norway. Jagger did not mention the passing of his wife, stylist L’Wren Scott, during the show in front of the crowd of 23,000 fans, although he… Keep Reading


Italian Police to Get New Lamborghini Huracán

By the end of the year, Lamborghini will be providing a police version of the Huracán LP 610-4 to the Italian State Police. This continues the tradition started in 2004 when the department received a Lamborghini Gallardo from the company and, like the Gallardo, the Huracán will serve as an actual patrol vehicle dedicated primarily to high-speed chases… Keep Reading


Oculus VR Sued for Patent Infringement

On Wednesday of this week, American videogame company ZeniMax Media filed a patent infringement case against virtual reality specialist, VR Oculus. The complaint, filed in a Texas court, focuses on patents by Oculus, their computer code, and associated technical expertise in virtual reality. The allegation cites intellectual property being the foundation of the complainant’s business,… Keep Reading


Google Introducing a Tablet with 3D Vision

Internet giant Google is developing a new tablet with 3D capabilities, says the Wall Street Journal , citing sources familiar with the matter. The tablet is small, with a screen 7-inch (17.8 centimeters), and equipped with two rear cameras, infrared depth sensors and advanced software capable of capturing images of specific objects in three dimensions.… Keep Reading


Camera Drone Tutorials for Filmmakers Offered by VidMuze

As aerial cinematography continues to advance into more industries, VidMuze is making their years of filmmaking and aerial cinema experience available to help others with the steep learning curve to multi-rotors. With VidMuze’s knowledge, users will become more professional and safer in the aerial cinema industry. An exciting new training series combines the science of… Keep Reading


Prince Charles Compares Putin to Adolf Hitler

Prince Charles has sparked a new controversy by comparing Putin to Hitler during his Canadian tour. The comparison not only being controversial in itself but also being criticised because the heir to the throne is not to express an opinion about such matters. The comments were made while the prince was visiting the Canadian Museum… Keep Reading

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