AI-powered robot dog from Sony to monitor kids and elderly


With the capability to store data of maximum 10 people, the artificial intelligence powered robot dog from Sony’s stable will monitor kids and the elderly through two cameras, it makes it easier to keep an eye on your dear ones. The cameras are housed in the dog‘s nose and tail, along with numerous sensors, whichContinue reading “AI-powered robot dog from Sony to monitor kids and elderly”

Latest News/Update on Microsoft (Live Blog)


16 March, 2014: Microsoft seeks legal help in US against piracy in emerging markets Microsoft has succeeded in getting Attorneys general of states like Lousiana and Oklahoma in its efforts to secure payments from unlicensed users in China and other emerging markets. Earlier Attorneys-general did not take active interest in overseas issues concerning companies. Microsoft managedContinue reading “Latest News/Update on Microsoft (Live Blog)”

Der Spiegel report alleges US of spying on key EU offices


German magazine Der Spiegel has alleged US of spying on core EU premises in New York and Washington in one of its report, citing a secret 2010 document. The head of European Parliament has demanded “full clarification” from the US over the report alleging America bugging key EU premises. Martin Schulz said that if theContinue reading “Der Spiegel report alleges US of spying on key EU offices”

US spy agency files for probe into NSA leaks, Justice department to give approval


A U.S. intelligence agency has filed its request to conduct a criminal probe into the leak of highly classified information about the extremely secret surveillance programs to be run by the National Security Agency. The said information came to be known after the intelligence chief’s spokesman told about it. The nation’s spy chief confirmed theContinue reading “US spy agency files for probe into NSA leaks, Justice department to give approval”

Willem-Alexander to be pronounced Dutch Prince; Prince Pils to be crowned by Queen Beatrix


Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander is about to become king. He’s grown-up from being a beer-loving student who was called Prince Pils back then to being an International Olympic Committee member and respected U.N. water expert as well. Queen Beatrix is going to handover the crown to her son after orange-tinted patriotism controversy has been causedContinue reading “Willem-Alexander to be pronounced Dutch Prince; Prince Pils to be crowned by Queen Beatrix”

CPJ pressing upon Mexican Government to seriously look into death threats given to Journalist


Journalism watchdog Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is asking the Mexican government to take serious the death threats given to Lydia Cacho, a Mexican investigative reporter and author. Lydia Cacho has told CPJ that death threat has been given to her through the security system installed in her abode. The threat given to Lydia warnedContinue reading “CPJ pressing upon Mexican Government to seriously look into death threats given to Journalist”