Zach Fabiny

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Why are Indian engineers so afraid of ‘artificial intelligence’?

India has over 170 startups focused on AI, but they are struggling to expand owing to shortage of engineers.<p>Artificial intelligence is being counted …

Why Space Fanatics Are Freaking Out About SpaceX's Next Launch

Following a successful Falcon 9 launch-and-barge-landing in California this month, SpaceX is now looking to get back in the swing of regular flight. …

Everything Google announced at today's Pixel hardware event

Kicking off the show at its hardware launch, Google CEO Sundar Pichai touted the shift from mobile to artificial intelligence that allowed for two-way conversation and natural dialogue. He described Google’s desire to build an ‘individual Google’ for each user before detailing some interesting AI …

Batman: Return to Arkham for PS4 and Xbox One Gets Official Street Date

Batman: Return to Arkham Coming Next Month<p>Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today announced that Batman: Return to Arkham …

Batman: Arkham

‘Like nothing we’ve ever seen before’: New view of Jupiter unveils solar system’s ‘biggest, baddest’ planet

With a mass of violent storms swirling around its two poles, the majestic greatness of the solar system’s largest planet appears, in the words of one …

Leaked Image Claiming to be Nintendo's NX

A mysterious tweet today was posted showing what appears to be an image of what Nintendo’s new console will look like. Below is the …

5 Signs You Should Stop Talking and Just Start Your Own Business, Already

<i>Many people talk about starting a business, but few actually do--so how do you know when you should start?</i><p>Most people have at least thought about owning their own business, even if they haven't thought very seriously about it. If everyone acted on these plans immediately, the world would be filled …

Honda Just Patented an 11-Speed Triple-Clutch Transmission

The Japanese automaker plans to one-up both 10-speed and double-clutch transmissions with a single new gearbox.<p>If you thought a 10-speed transmission had as many gears as any car could possibly need, we have bad news. Honda has filed a patent for a transmission that has 11 gears. And it doesn't …

Motorcycles

6 Sci-Fi Movies AI Geeks Should Watch

Artificial Intelligence is one of the hottest topics of the hour. With highly advanced research and experiments being carried out on the subject, a …

Artificial Intelligence

10 things in tech you need to know today

<b>1. Apple sold more Apple Watches on the first day of pre-orders than Google managed with Android Wear in an entire year.</b> It's bad news for Google's smartwatch app ecosystem.<p><b>2. We might be about to see a major boom in technology mergers.</b> That's according to Scott Kupor, Managing Partner at VC firm …

Motion-powered 'smart' fabric could charge your electronics

Options for a wearable, portable charging solution include a jacket with solar panels stuck on the back and shoes that collect kinetic energy -- but a new type of fabric taps into something we usually find undesirable -- static electricity.<p>Created by a team led by materials scientist Sang-Woo Kim …

Wearable Tech

Robotic hands cook any dish with skill of master chef...then clean up

The robotic kitchen are modelled on the actions of Masterchef winner Tim Anderson<p>Most Masterchef winners open their own restaurants, set up catering companies or write cookbooks.<p>But 2011 winner Tim Anderson has spent the last two years helping to devise the ultimate kitchen gadget – a pair of …

Evidence of liquid water found on Mars

<b>Nasa's Curiosity rover has found that water can exist as a liquid near the Martian surface.</b><p>Mars should be too cold to support liquid water at the surface, but salts in the soil lower its freezing point - allowing briny films to form.<p>The results lend credence to a theory that dark streaks seen on …

Geoscience