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Attenborough says that humans have stopped evolving

Sir David Attenborough has spoken out to say that he believed humans have now stopped evolving in physical terms. He added that the human race has the means to keep the weakest of the species alive. He said that people are no longer subject to Darwinian theories natural selection as …

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Scientists create human brain to brain interface

Until recently a brain-to-brain interface has only been accomplished between two rats however two scientists have achieved a human to human connection. Rajesh Rao studies computational neuroscience at the University of Washington and he has successfully managed to control the mind of his friend, Andrea Stucco. Both were linked via …

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Boeing’s new solid state laser weapon system

Boeing may be well known for creating aircraft, but they have also been focusing on creating a new laser system. Boeing have announced that their Thin Disk Laser system had achieved unexpected levels of power and efficiency. The company held a recent demonstration for the US Department of Defense and …

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gStick: pen shaped mouse hits Kickstarter

The traditional computer mouse has been used now for as long as we can all remember. Sure, many companies have tweaked and modernised the design, but basically it is the same as it was 20 years ago. Some radical designs have emerged over the years to help deal with carpal …

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Clear skies ahead for Perseids UK meteor shower

Forecasters say the weather conditions are looking good for the Perseid meteor shower which should be clearly visible from late evening tonight to early Tuesday morning in the United Kingdom. Matt Dobson of MeteoGroup, the weather section of the Press Association spoke out “It’s looking pretty good for people to …

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Wikipedia ask questions over redundancy failure

Wikipedia was back online yesterday after a fiber optic cable connection between two American data centers was cut. This caused an outage of an hour. The cable line between Virginia and Florida was cut around 1PM GMT, according to the Wikimedia Foundation, who run Wikipedia.org. The websites were restored after …

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Playstation 3 price drops in US to $249

Gamespot have published an article detailing the first day at Gamescom. They detail that the PlayStation Vita is going to be launched in Japan later this year, with Europe and North America releases in 2012. They also discuss an upcoming price drop. Gamespot have listed the event in a time …

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Apple’s ‘Mothership’ Campus pictures

AppleInsider have posted pictures of the upcoming Apple 2.8 million square foot office building, which resembles something out of a science fiction movie. These pictures have been supplied by the City Of Cupertino, who are currently reviewing Apple’s plans in detail. They need to ascertain if the environmental impacts could …

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New Nokia WP7 Phone showcased in leaked video

The power of the internet must be a royal headache for many companies, who are often beaten to the official launch of their products thanks to leaked images and videos. The upcoming Nokia WP7 smartphones have only been discussed in passing by the press, who as yet have not received …

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Macbook Air update may enhance memory and SSD

Appleinsider received some information from Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo indicating that Apple are no longer placing orders for MacBook Air superportable machines with 2 GB of memory. With Mac OS X Lion around the corner, it appears as if Apple are moving to a strict 4GB only memory configuration …

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Even pilots are using the iPad 2

The iPad 2 has been widely adopted by the mainstream consumer market and we have heard of lawyers, IT professionals and even car salesmen adopting the product to help with their jobs. Earlier this week the New York Times reported that The Federal Aviation Administration have also cleared a selection …

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Samsung ask USA to ban imported Apple goods

Samsung and Apple have a fairly strained relationship right now, which is being highlighted by Samsung’s request to stop the US from importing their goods. The problem revolves around a dispute over iPhone and iPad devices and a patent dispute. Samsung said in a statement on Thursday that they had …

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Google continue to battle against Android Malware

Google are dealing with a growing infestation of Malware which threatens to damage the Android market. They have had to remove more dodgy programs in the last week. A security researcher who found the rogue software reported it to Google who acted swiftly, but it begs the question. Do they …

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Anonymous targeted: 32 arrested in Raids by Turkish police

High profile hackers Anonymous, who targeted Sony in recent months are under attack by Turkish authorities. Police have arrested 32 people allegedly connected to the group, according to a report by Anatolia, a Turkish news agency. The suspects have apparently been taken into custody after a series of raids in …

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Will Nintendo stop developing for the Wii ?

Nintendo are putting all their efforts into the new Wii U and The Nintendo 3DS. At the recent press conference they held the Wii was not even a point of focus at all. Is the Wii finally at the end of its cycle? Gamepro have an interesting article up on …

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Motorola Droid 3 videos leak online

Motorola’s upcoming, but still not announced Droid 3 smartphone has not been the world’s best kept secret. Images leaked online in recent weeks, and now video has also appeared online. Three tutorials of the device leaked on Youtube thanks to PhonePads, however Motorola have stepped in and have forced Youtube …

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LulzSec target Sony claiming to have control of network

UK newsite TechEye have an interesting story running this morning which claims that Hacking group LulzSec have control of Sony’s network. LulzSec’s twitter account had some tweets saying that information has already been stolen from the Sony servers as part of an ongoing campaign. “Hey @Sony, you know we’re making …

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BioShock Infinite artwork released

Bioshock has been a very popular game series, selling millions of copies across both the console and PC platforms. The upcoming title Bioshock Infinite isn’t due for release yet for some time, but Irrational are building some interest by releasing some information and imagery. Some interesting information is already published …

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Intel extend warranty for 320 SSD to five years

Intel announced that their SSD 320 range of solid state drives are getting a warranty increase from three to five years. SSD’s have a good reputation for being reliable and while it makes sense considering a lack of moving parts, Intel are ensuring that customers feel more comfortable with their …

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Sony reach ‘settlement’ with Hotz hacker

Sony have issued a statement saying they have reached a settlement with Hotz after he posted the console’s private key. In a post on the Playstation blog, Sony Computer Entertainment America said “The parties reached an agreement in principle on March 31, 2011”. Riley Russell, General Counsel for SCEA said …

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Commodore 64 re-released with updated tech

The Commodore 64, one of the biggest selling computers of all time is back, with a similar design but updated with some new technology to bring it kicking and screaming into the new millennium. A Florida based company recreated the computer and are selling it from this week. The company …

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