Bots are responsible for 61% of web traffic

Research by Incapsula has revealed that bots are now responsible for 61.5% of web traffic, a 21% rise on last year’s figure of 51%. To conjure its report, Security firm Incapsula said it observed 1.45 billion ...

New technology, Cycle Eye, allows drivers to avoid bikes by using audio alerts

A new technology is being developed in the UK to help drivers avoid bikes by using audio alerts, it is entitled Cycle Eye. A partnership between companies and Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Sussex and Surrey universities is ...

HP Slate 7 Tablet Review

As we’re all familiar with HP’s vast work in both the lower and higher ends of computing, we could probably guess that their proclivity for the cutting edge would lead them to the commuter’s latest ...

Google launches Chromecast TV to rival Apple TV

After seizing your computer to the hilt, Google have today decided to plunge in a step further. The web colossus has now announced the launch of Chromecast, which is essentially a dongle which is able to plug into ...

Telescopic contact lense magnifies sight by 2.8

America’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been funding some pretty pertinent research – something that could completely revolutionise the way people operate, in and out of military ...

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 ...

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 ...

Sony’s Closed-Caption glasses for the hard-of-hearing hit theatres this month

By the end of this month, Regal Cinemas will have distributed closed-captioning glasses to more than 6,000 theaters across the country. What are they? The Sony Entertainment Access Glasses are similar to 3-D ...