Myspace relaunches with complete site overhaul and multi-million PR campaign – will it work out?

There was one pioneering social media conglomerate, MySpace. It was a network built around being a commodity for both personal communities and business communities, with band’s in particular using it as the ...

British Government launches one million pound global prize for Inventors

The British Government will today unveil a global prize, aiming to entice the next Einstein, Fleming or Newton out their to solve the biggest problems of our time. It will appeal to all scientists and inventors ...

Brendon Lynch of Microsoft talks Privacy in the face of Ubiquitous computing

Privacy is a huge issue in this age of Ubiquitous Computing, there’s no doubt about that. Brendon Lynch has cited that ”part of the solution is that we need to bridge offline and online identities in ...

Original Apple-1 Computer and letter from Steve Jobs go for $671,000 at Auction

At an auction in Germany this weekend, electrical engineer Fred Hatfield’s Apple-1 computer sold for $671,400, thirty seven years after he first purchased it. It was one the technology giant Apple’s ...

Top 5 pieces of Robotics news from the past week

It’s been an undeniably monumental year in the year of Robotics. Yet, it’s understandable when you can’t keep up-to-date the nuances of every week which creeps by. So, we’ve decided to create a ...

Samsung make 5G Breakthrough and ready for 2020 release

Sorry, 4G aficionados, but Samsung have successfully developed the world’s first 5G system. BREAKTHROUGH The 5G will be ready for release by 2020, apparently, paving way for a breakthrough of massive sorts, as ...

Interview with thought leader Peter Fristrup about Sustainable Chemistry

Peter Fristup (Technical University of Denmark, Department of Chemistry) has given an interview to Projects about his obsession with trying to turn biomass into useful scientific products. This study has taken place ...