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Today, the world of linguistics and artificial intelligence is in the development stage of “bot” authors. At present, Wikipedia and Associated Press both now use robots to write online articles.
With recent developments in brainwave sensing technologies, the idea of a future where a person’s brain can be hacked is a worthy one to consider. Will it grow into a security threat?
One day computers will allow people who are paralyzed to walk again. With the success of Japanese researchers last week, controlling the human body with a computer is not very far down the road.
Google started as a student project. Today, it straddles our lives. It’s growth gives us the clue that in 10 years, the search engine will probably look nothing like it does today.
We don’t need a crystal ball to show us what cities of the future will look like. Imagination and CGI are doing their bit, and today’s fringe technologies that could be commonplace tomorrow.
One day, you arrive home from work to discover that your cloud-enabled home security system has been breached. How could this happen? With Internet of Things (IoT), you could find out the hard way.
What do you get when you cross a dozen Russian criminal hackers with 420,000 websites with an SQL injection vulnerability? You get 4.5 billion compromised user records in the hands of those hackers. On Tuesday, the New York Times reported that Hold Security of Milwaukee, Wisconsin discovered a database filled with stolen credentials. Alex Holden, […]
If you’re a student and looking to land a good technology job of the future, understanding the direction of technology will help you position yourself to succeed, and figure out what to study to get there.
Will advances in virtual reality technology make the Star Trek holodeck a common room in every household in our near future? The “holodeck” fantasy is getting much closer to reality than you may think.
Is it possible that a sign language translation app will ever be invented? The reality is that it’s being developed right now.
What happens when you combine a two week vacation with a busy work life? You’ll have a giant project when you return home: emails! Wait – why not automate some of it for you?
Do you feel the need for an offline organization tool that also exists on the web? Surprisingly, Microsoft has come up with the perfect solution – OneNote.
Windows 7 contains many little-known features. Here we highlight the more impressive ones that could boost your productivity and deepen your love for Windows 7.
Crafting a good email isn’t easy, and it’s an art that few people are able to perfect. Group emails isn’t any easier. These tips should help to enhance your messages.
Google Docs and Google Spreadsheet are both amazing free services, but when you include some of the add-ons listed here, it can breathe new life into these tools.