Finally! Study Says No Link Between Mobile Phone Use and Brain Cancer

TECH May 25, 2016 0 Comments

Finally, we can use our phone’s without the fear of getting cancer. A new epidemiological study has said that there is no causal link between mobile phone use and brain cancer. Led by Simon Chapman, emeritus professor public health at the University of Sydney’s School of Public Health, the study looked for an association between data on 19,858 men and 14,222…

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Google’s Voice-Controlled Robot Might Soon Be Your Home’s Miniature Butler

TECH May 23, 2016 0 Comments

Google has unveiled a voice-controlled, AI-powered robot assistant that can be ordered to turn the lights down, play music or order a taxi. Google Home, a pint-sized speaker and microphone combination, is designed to sit in a room and respond to its owner’s every command, from answering questions to checking the weather. The device uses Google’s state-of-the-art artificial intelligence aide,…

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Eko for show! Check out some top moments as Lagos goes live on Snapchat

Culture TECH May 12, 2016 0 Comments

Yesterday image messaging and multimedia platform Snapchat gave Lagosians the opportunity to show the world how life is in the ever busy city. The mobile application allowed users to submit snaps from around Lagos. It then took select snaps from users within a select location and projected those snaps via its Live button to other users around the world. .…

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World’s thinnest laptop? Meet the HP Spectre 13

TECH April 29, 2016 0 Comments

At four-tenths of an inch thick, and weighing a little less than two and a half pounds, HP has unveiled its new Spectre, the new titleholder for “world’s thinnest laptop.” HP’s new notebook looks like a sleek, general purpose laptop, with an advertised nine-hour battery life, 13-inch HD 1920 x 1080 resolution display, and sixth generation Intel Core i5 or…

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