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A smartphone application translates the Qur’an (Koran) from Arabic to Bahasa Indonesia by scanning through codes at the bottom of each line, a technology that aims to encourage a younger generation of non-Arabic speakers to become more familiar with Islam’s holy book.
Facebook earnings beat forecasts- with revenue climbing 61 percent.
Dutch designers have built a prototype ‘car’ for fish. Equipped with a webcam, micro-computer and motorized wheels, the mobile fish tank utilizes computer vision technology to track its fish driver’s movements to get around.
Apple is asking suppliers to make 70 to 80 million units of its new larger screen iPhone, a lot more initially than its current model.
Travellers rushing to Dusseldorf Airport in Germany can reduce their travel time to and from the airport by using an automated parking attendant called ”Ray.”
Always ahead of the game, retailers are already thinking about how they’re going to cash in on Christmas.
An unusual hybrid bike being developed in Durham, North Carolina could be the future of urban transportation, according to its creators.
A bipedal robot modelled on the now extinct Velociraptor, can run faster than Usain Bolt, according to its developers.
Amazon is jumping into the crowded smartphone market with a 3D model it hopes will easily connect customers to its online marketplace, in another attempt to use devices to drive sales in its key e-commerce business.
A new biometric system of payment where shoppers pay for goods with a scan of the veins in their hand, has been launched in Sweden
Japanese robotics company Activelink, has unveiled its latest – and lightest – PowerLoader exoskeleton for lifting and carrying heavy objects.
Game makers tout updated games, and console tweaks to enthusiastic fans at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas
The US Navy is turning seawater into fuel. Scientists at the US Naval Research Lab have been able to extract CO2 and hydrogen from the ocean and repackage it in a form of fuel that could one day power the Navy’s fleet.
An 11 year old Argentine boy has a new grip on life, thanks to a prosthetic hand made by a designer on a 3D printer.
The Federal Communication Commission formally proposed ”net neutrality” rules that could allow pay-for-priority access on the Web.