Seattle Hospital Will Live Tweet, Instagram First Hearing Restoration Surgery

Original Article written by Kate Freeman. Read the original full length article Eleanor Day, 79, doesn’t have a Twitter account, but after her live-tweeted cochlear implant surgery Tuesday morning, she has a chance at becoming a trending topic. ... Continue Reading →

Driverless Cars: Now Street-Legal in California

Original Article written by Chris Taylor. Read the original full length article Take it from a California resident: you see a lot of crazy things in this state. And it’s about to get a lot crazier, thanks to Jerry Brown and Google. Governor ... Continue Reading →

This Glass Chip Could Store Your Data Forever

Original Article written by Kenneth Rosen. Read the original full length article What’s bad about technology? It’ll always be out of date. Once you’ve upgraded to the latest, it’s already become obsolete. Maybe there’s hope with Hitachi, ... Continue Reading →

3 of 4 Start-Ups Fail

Original Article written by Deborah Gage. Read the original full length article It looks so easy from the outside. An entrepreneur with a hot technology and venture-capital funding becomes a billionaire in his 20s. But now there is evidence ... Continue Reading →

Samsung still making Apple’s A6 chip, electron microscopes reveal

Original Article written by Ubm Techinsights. Read the original full length article Apple and Samsung have many beefs. But for now, it appears, Samsung is still manufacturing the A6 processor inside Apple’s flagship iPhone 5. That’s the ... Continue Reading →

Meet Baxter: Rethink Robotics’ Next-Gen Robot

I love robots, thus this article. Original Article written by Tom Green, Robotics Business Review. Read the original full length article September 18, 2012 “We roll up to a factory, and 45 minutes after we arrive, the robot is on the ... Continue Reading →

Apple Wants More Damages, U.S. Sales Ban Against Samsung [REPORT]

After winning more than $1 billion in damages from Samsung last month, Apple is going after the Korean electronics giant once again. The Cupertino company filed a motion Friday that seeks additional damages of $535 million, plus $172 million ... Continue Reading →