Tweet This is crazy! An app to send out your last message when you die?? Enter If I Die. A Facebook app that offers a set of three user-designated trustees access to your Facebook page after the user dies. It also lets people create final messages for loved ones or […]

Tweet Discovery today reported that Stephen Hawkig, one of the pioneers of physics, who turns 70 on Sunday is hiring! Hawking relies heavily on technology to live and work. The British cosmologist and author is nearly paralyzed by the incurable motor neuron disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. He lost […]

Tweet A report was out today that shed light on the Advances in switching technologies which have exposed rail networks to the simplest form of cyber attacks that could be launched by inexperienced teen hackers. The report said that Knowing how to trigger a denial of service attack could halt […]

Tweet Looks like nothing is impossible with Legos! A big fan of CERN from Denmark has built a Lego scale model of the Large Hadron Collider! The nerd Sasha Mehlhase decided to build a scale model after spending a few thousand euros. The resulting scale model is the Atlas detector, […]

Tweet The ultimate science fair was held earlier this month as the Siemens Foundation held its annual Math, Science & Technology competition. The competition’s goal is to find the best and brightest in high school scientists and award them scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $100,000. Two seniors from Oak Ridge […]

Tweet Today Discovery reported that Google maps may be compromising national security by not censoring secret bases. By using Google maps, anyone can search for famous military bases and zoom in to see the air strips and even secret drones like the RQ-170 Sentinel lost in Iran last week. The […]

Tweet Astronomers today said that they found a new batch of about 18 Jupiter sized gas giants that have been orbiting bigger stars than our sun, according to a report from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). The study of newly found planets could help astronomers better understand how planets […]

Tweet Japanese are always into robots and now have come out with a robotic guide Dog! This latest invention from NSK is called the “robo-dog” and is meant to not simply entertain people but actually be a guide dog for the blind and the needy. The robo-dog has been part […]