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For the first time, researchers have used sophisticated eye-tracking technology to prove that women are often objectified by men.
Last month a Lotus Esprit submarine car featured in the 1977 film “The Spy Who Loved Me” sold in an auction for $866,000 to a secretive and unknown buyer. Today, that buyer has come forward and explains what he plans to do with the car.
Only days after hiring a new senior vice president of retail and online stores, Apple has lost two all-star executives to eBay and Jawbone.
Traditionally those looking for a mate may have been interested in a man’s work, his social standing, his car and the size of his paycheck. A new study from researchers at McCaster University in Ontario, Canada now suggests you can also judge a man by the tone of his voice.
At Atlanta woman is claiming she is the voice behind Siri, Apple’s intelligent (and often sarcastic) digital assistant. The voice actor says she recorded the voices for Siri in 2005, six full years before Apple began shipping iPhones with the talking software.
Software developers Occipital have launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring 3D scanning to the iPad. The small, strap-on sensor plugs directly into the Apple tablet and begins taking 3D images of a three-dimensional space.
During a rocket take off, NASA captured an image of an unsuspecting frog being launched through the air at a high velocity.
A recent Apple patent application reveals a feature that could let iPhone users know when other users are available to talk on the phone. The patent filing, titled "Methods to determine availability of user based on mobile phone status," describes a feature which works much like instant messenger programs.
Blogger Pamela Jones announced today that she’ll be shutting down her tech-leaning legal blog “Groklaw” amidst concerns about government surveillance. What’s more, she also says she’ll be removing herself from the Internet as much as it is possible.
Several weeks after the US Department of Justice (DOJ) ruled Apple played a “central role” in an e-book price fixing scheme, it is claiming Apple is conspiring with the publishers once more.
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