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I bet a bitcoin that if we show the 1948's Dalí Atomicus by Philippe Halsman to someone who was born after the 2000s, living in full swing of the 'Instagrammification of the photographs' era, they would say it is...
Today in the United States it's pretty evident that the rise of automation will get some workers off the job. This rise of artificial intelligence could cause some issues with Donald Trump's efforts to create new jobs in the...
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Has technology made teenagers too dependent on it?

Today, it's pretty evident that technology has changed the lifestyle of so many people in the society and the world as a whole. Well, if you take a closer look at the situation, the...
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Get the most vibrant colors from your screen with these simple tricks

Just as Daft Punk sings «Televisions, Rules the Nation». Regardless if we want to accept it or not, it is almost undeniable that there’s an entertainment box and screen in practically every house around...

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Visual Hacking: Unmasking the security threat posed

As cyber security measures against high-tech cyber attacks gain a strong footing in various organization sectors, the rudimentary attack methods such as visual hacking have been given a back seat. As a matter of fact,...

Top 8 Wacky and Weirdest Gadgets

You may be surprised, but some of the Weirdest Gadgets are a staple in our everyday lives. We use gadgets for simple tasks, and we use them to tackle more tedious obstacles as well. Most...

GenBrain Review: Does it really increase your IQ?

We have become dependent on technology. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, it simply means we have created inventions and gadgets that help us be more productive throughout the day and enable us to...
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Logan Movie Review: Spectacular but Overlong

The latest in the long line of X Men movies, Logan, has been touted as the final curtain call for Hugh Jackman in the franchise. The movie has been one of the most eagerly...

An eighth continent was discovered and it was right there all along

For all of our alleged intelligence, knowledge and know-how, there are still things the majority of people consistently get wrong. From insignificant things like thinking that Danishes were first made in Denmark or that...
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Welcome to TechDigg Sponsorship! We believe we have so many great things to offer you and to help your product or service grow. First, a little bit about TechDigg and why we do it! TechDigg...

Truthful lies: This form of deception is as damaging as blatant lies

It is a basic truth of the human condition that as nearly as soon as we learn how to talk, we learn how to lie and as we develop paltering can become second nature. As...
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You will not believe which AI home device has the best voice recognition

There's something about having an AI personal assistant that still seems to belong more to the realm of science fiction rather than reality. Controlling the various gadgets around your house with simple verbal commands....
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Ellp: Automation app that brings comfort and convenience to your PC life

At least once in your life, the management skills you have opted for may include a life activity journal or diary to keep track of what you need to get done and that which you...

Should we forget about drones and focus on water robotics? 

It has been said, more than once and for many years, that in many ways, despite being a major part of or planet, the oceans are still as unknown and as unexplored as space...

Discover the country where drawing blood is less painful 

It is difficult to get a needle, especially for drawing blood. More often than not, the situation is made worse by the flagrant, bald-faced lies flung both those administering the torture. ‘This won’t hurt a...

Do humans have the talent to regrow body parts? 

While it might put some noses out of joint to say so, particularly in the more superstitious quarters, humans really are members of the Animal Kingdom. There is, of course, our close link with...
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How were germs discovered anyway?

The field of science and medicine can be an astounding thing. Scientists and researchers are always finding new ways to battle disease, germs and poor health conditions, giving us longer life expectancy, as well as...

Can a clean environment now be personalized? 

We now live in a society that has become more conscious of what's around us. The air we breathe, the need for a clean environment, and the possible dangerous particles we surround ourselves with...
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New wearable glucose monitor will make finger pricking a thing of the past

Wearable devices have made a big splash in the tech industry over the past few years. Many consumers like having something around their wrist to track data, display notifications, and even communicate with their...
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Dacobots: Technology platform that teaches kids while gaming

It’s an old cliché that is hard to disapprove that,"All work without play makes you a dull individual." Similarly, Maria Edgeworth is of the opinion that,“All play and no work make you a mere...

Why it’s worth installing a DIY home security system

DIY home securitys: they say if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. The sensation of lack of danger or risk is probably the hardest perception to get in life,...
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The first real-life lightsaber: Is it just a matter of time? 

Was there anyone who did not want to be a Jedi? I may be biased as both an 80’s baby as well as a card-carrying member of the Geek Brigade, but I certainly did...
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Why Samsung’s greed caused the exploding Note 7

The exploding Samsung Note 7 issue just won’t go away as yet, with new reports surfacing that the problem with the Note 7 could have been more than the battery. But a closer look at...