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A teddy bear has managed to leap from space to recreat Felix Baumgartner's record-breaking 24 mile skydive. The teddy, named Babbage, was controlled by a Raspberry Pi computer and rose to a height ...
We all knew the day would come but, now it looms, it seems like it has come all too soon... He may not be as creepy as John Chambers, as geeky as Bill Gates, or have the religious following of ...
Scotland has tagged red kites with satellite tracking information which sends their positionings to a computer six times a day. Combined with information on weather, habitat and landscape, it ...
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White Toilet Bowl in Malaysia (Photo credit: epSos.de)We may have all described our smartphones' battery lives as piss poor, but ever thought that could be the answer to our woes? Researchers at ...
The British Library's wifi network was found to have denied access to an online copy of Shakespeare's Hamlet because the text contained "violent content". A user wanted to check a line of the play ...
North Korea's first smart phone has shades of Big Brother about it. Korean leader, Kim Jong-un revealed the phone, the Arirang, at North Korea's may 11th.
The UK government is distancing the Romans from its G-cloud initiative in an attempt to distance itself from now defunct group of infrastructure builders.The latest version of G-Cloud has done away ...
GFI Software has published the worst "face-palm" moments in IT.Here are Downtime's top three from the list:"The project lead on another client engagement read an article about Java saying it was ...
A techy toilet which is controlled via an Android app has a hardware flaw meaning that it can be controlled by any phone with the application. The My Satis toilet, manufactured by Japanese firm ...