No more cables
They’re a source of frustration for anyone who has ever used a computer, or virtually any type of technology, but now Intel wants to get rid of all PC cables.
The ambition plan aims to utilise wireless technology and make sure that cables are a thing of the past by 2016.
A spare pair of arms
There are times in everyone’s day when you could really benefit from a second pair of hands – it turns out that their development is well underway.
MIT researchers have been developing robotic arms that can help you to do things you wouldn’t be able to achieve without them.
Source: IEEE Spectrum
Landing on a comet
It’s pretty unbelievable but a spacecraft launched from Earth is about to land on the surface of a comet.
The probe, from the European Space Agency is going to orbit the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko before it lands on its surface to study it.
Scientists were probably wrong
It was heralded as one of the biggest scientific discoveries of all time but it has now emerged that those who thought they had detected echoes of the big bang probably didn’t see echoes of the big bang.
It has turned out those who spent three years validating their findings may have seen the effects of space dust rather than the big bang.
Source: The Guardian
On June 18th Amazon are set to launch a new product – announced in a YouTube video that has been clouded in secret.
It is being strongly rumored that the video is showing the company’s first smart phone.
Source: Tech 2