Google X is building delivery drone system: enough is enough!

Does anyone really think that drones are for us?

China developing its own OS to take on Windows and Android

Chinese government plans to develop it's own operating system to take over from Windows and Android OS.
The FCC can kill the net and neutrality with its regulations

FCC and Net Neutrality: no Internet and no neutrality

If you ask regulators to fix a problem they will try and regulate everything. The FCC could kill the Internet as we know it.

Even more tech weirdness

As an editor in the technology sector you get to see a lot of cool new things and some silly things. Here are a few more from days gone past.

Tech weirdness over the years (Part 2)

Technology has allowed us to create some odd things over the years. Here are a few more examples of tech weirdness.

Siri’s younger sister – an AI for everyone

Three of the men behind Siri have announced a next-gen AI that will have "almost limitless capacities."
Aloft Hotels to try robot butlers in their hotel in California

ALO the Botlr: a Robot Butler by Starwood Hotels

We don't know which is worse, robot overlords threatening our lives, or their cute robot/human hybrid names that undercut their threat to society.

Dormant NASA space probe revived by crowdsourcing project

Crowdsourced project funds team of space enthusiasts in bringing an antique NASA probe back to life.

Need to vent? Try John McAfee’s BrownList

John McAfee is launching a new site where people can blast companies, governments or pretty much anything.

Is SketchFactor a racist app?

The app uses the wisdom of the crowd to identify bad neighborhoods and the Twitterverse says it is racist.

9 keys to becoming a successful entrepreneur

"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts" – Winston Churchill.

Google offers $1 million for smaller power inverter

Google is offering $1 million to anyone who can invent a laptop-sized power inverter.

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