If this does not convince you, I don’t know what will. An in-depth government report “prepared by and for the military” obtained by a Nevada newsroom details a 2004 incident involving an alleged “UFO” sighting recorded by the US military off California’s coast 14 years ago. The “Tic Tac” incident – so named for the white, fast-moving, mint-shaped object that was involved – made waves last year when first revealed by the New York Times. Over the course of two weeks in 2004, a 13.7-meter-long (45-foot-long) Anomalous Aerial Vehicle (AAV) defined as “aerodynamic” with “no visible means to generate lift” … HIGH T3CH
According to 9to5Mac, Apple could be working on a new device with model name ‘N84’ under a project codenamed ‘Star’. There are not many details available about this so called ‘new family of devices’, but the report points out that these run a derivative of iOS, and feature a a touchscreen, SIM card slot, GPS, compass and a water resistant housing. Going by these sparse details, one would think Apple is working on a new iPad, but as speculated in the report, this mysterious ‘N84’ product could be an ARM-based Apple MacBook. How the pu… Latest Technology News
When the creepy-crawlies come out from under the bed, some kids might pull the covers over their heads. But not the ones in Sleep Tight. In this twin-stick shooter, you fight back against the bogeyman by building forts and arming yourself with an arsenal of toy weapons. It’s developer We Are Fuzzy’s debut game, and it launches July 26 o…Read More… VentureBeat
Upbit, the fourth largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, is under investigation for charges of faking its balance sheet and deceiving investors. The exchange’s office in Seoul, South Korea, was raided by 10 investigators from the country’s Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) at 10 AM KST today, local publication Chosun reports. The investigators have reportedly seized Upbit’s computers and account sheets to review the company’s cryptocurrency holdings. While the authorities have not yet pressed charges or released a full report of the investi… The Next Web
Google has now been complying with the European Union’s controversial “right to be forgotten” laws, which the European Court of Justice first ruled applied to search engines in 2014, for three years. On Monday, the search giant released an updated version of its annual Transparency Report, which discloses how many and…
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The Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning about cybercrimes – potentially at the hands of North Korea’s vast and very capable hacking operation – that could target athletes and spectators alike at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. CBS News contributor and Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss who hackers have already begun targeting, what types of cyber attacks are occurring, and the possible intentions of the people behind the attacks…. SciTech – CBSNews.com
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Chinese smartphone OEM Vivo showcased the world’s first smartphone with in-display fingerprint scanner or under display fingerprint scanner. Now the company had finally made the same smartphone official. It ia made official as the Vivo X20 Plus UD. In terms of specifications and features, the Vivo X20 Plus UD comes with a big 6.43-inch full…
It sounds like the stuff of science fiction: an augmented reality program that can look through your skin and show doctors what’s ailing you.
But that’s essentially the idea behind the new ProjectDR, which was developed by two graduates of the University of Alberta in Canada, reports CBC News.
Thing is, it’s not really looking through your skin; instead, ProjectDR uses medical images from sources such as CT scans and lines them up with the patient’s physical body while the doctor looks at them.