Ancient Teeth Contains Some DNA of Actual Plague

In general everyone must be knowing about Bubonic plague, but how many of you know about Justinian plague?..I guess very few, as this Justinian plague is currently under research. Actually, two very ancient plague-ridden teeth are now helping us to know about worst pandemics in history. Two-old-teeth is found which was buried in Bavaria, Germany between 541 and 543 CE, …

A Modern Bra In The Form Of True Love Tester

A nice and revolutionary way to find whether you are in love. It’s little bit funny but creative and effective, a magical bra unhooks whenever the object of your desire is around. According to the reports of The Daily Dot, Rajivour has a unique product for women that will allow them to take off only under some circumstances. The Daily …

The Secret Payment to YouTubers for Advertisements Does Not Breach the FTC Guidelines

The YouTubers who are being paid in for positive coverage of games and the companies who pay them should not worry as it doesn’t breach the Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines, according to reports. After news leaked last week concerning EA and Microsoft paying distinguished YouTube personalities for positive coverage of their games, queries of ethics were thrown about the matter. In an interview to a leading tabloid, Betsy Lordan, a representative of the FTC’s office of Public …

A Response By Facebook Data Scientist To Princeton Researchers

This week, some of the researchers at Princeton University proclaimed the impending doom of Facebook. They have made a conclusion by saying that 80% facebook peak users will vanish upto 2015-2017. Facebook Data Scientist Mike Develin, however gave Princeton an answer with same fashion saying that “our research unequivocally demonstrated that Princeton may be in danger of disappearing entirely.” Company …

New Rule Imposed: “IP Addresses Are Not Individuals”

According to the reports of Torrentfreak, Washington District Judge Robert Lasnik ruled that IP addresses are not individuals. For those who are a bit unaware, IP(Internet Protocol) are numerical value placed in every computer which participates in Internet Traffic. The customer get Internet access with the help of ISP(Internet Service Provider) companies. So, when there occurs any case of Copyright …

Islamic Militant Group Threatens Attack On Sochi Olympics

A video that has been recently spotted on the web, an Islamic militant group threatens to attack the upcoming 2014 Olympics in Sochi. According to the ESPN.com, “two Russian-speaking men” appeared in the video holding automatic rifles who took credit for the recent bombings in Volgograd which claimed the lives of over 30 people and also assured of more attacks. …

Intel Presented Incredible Wearables But The Chips Used Are Of Another Company

According to the reports, at CES Intel showed some ambitious design and concepts of wearable tech, and it seems that someday it’s going to change world into a sci-fi dream. However, PCMag reported that it’s design is not entirely Intel tech. They got some tips that Intel’s Jarvis smart headset is made using ARM-based chip inside, instead of Intel design. …

Hal Sutherland Is No More

Hal Sutherland, who was well known for his direction of Star Trek has passed way, according to Filmation Facebook page. Hal began his career as a Disney animator in 1954, and was then an important face in the industry as co-founder and animation director at Filmation Associates. Sutherland made his debut in Disney in a production on Sleeping Beauty (1959), …

Microsoft Powered Up With Bing Voice Search

Microsoft’s answer to Siri, a Bing-powered voice search having Halo’s Cortana’s voice (its character player’s voice). A blog reported that an app referred to as Cortana will arrive on Lumia phones in April, initially as a beta for developers only. According to this blog, the search app will be voiced by Jen Taylor, the actor who plays Cortana in Halo, …

Steam Dev Days Conference Released Some Interesting Data

There were around 1,200 attendees in Steam Dev Days Conference, and they were treated to inside information about Steam’s 2013 geographic performance. Valve announced about it’s continuing growth worldwide and there were many other inspiring data displayed. The stats showing, geographic breakdown of revenue in 2013, and there was a near-tie between North America and Europe. Brazil and Russia had …

Apple Paying Consumers $32.5M To Consumers Due To The FTC Complaint Settlement

Apple has concurred to grant full refunds to customers in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission. Apple is paying a minimum of $32.5 million over complaints from customers that incurred charges when kids would pay cash on in-app purchases without their parent’s consent. Furthermore, Apple will be needed to change how they are doing their charge method to stop …