Remember: the next time you think you're on the forefront of technology, Moses had it first.
We have robots that can disarm bombs and robots that can save lives and robots that can fly airplanes. Now, we have robots that can clap. Congratulations, Japan!
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In the wake of the Apple iOS5 release, Android has announced news of their own: Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest OS version that offers a range of cool features like flexible widgets, data usage management, the People App and so much more. But hold on. Is this OS really called "Ice Cream Sandwich"?
It's true! Google is known for naming their Android products after desserts in alphabetical order--which explains where the ice cream sandwich comes in--but they won't say why. Who cares "why" because isn't the answer obvious? Desserts are the best thing ever. So we want to ask, WHAT'S NEXT?
We thought we'd let our mouths water by coming up with the names for Android's future OS releases. Check it out after the jump.
Now that the iPhone 4S is out, everyone is having way too much fun with Siri, Apple's new virtual assistant that can help make your life a lot better. We compiled some of our favorite Siri responses and viral videos all together in a single post. Enjoy!
Today's AOTS is epic for lots of reasons. Join us tonight at 7PM as we pay tribute to the late Steve Jobs and the legacy he left behind with Apple. Also, legendary director Ron Howard is here to talk with us about the Project Imagination photo contest and the latest on the return of Arrested Development.
But that's not all! MMA legend Chuck Liddell is here to talk about the upcoming UFC 136, which includes bouts between Jose Aldo and Kenny Florian, and Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard.
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According to the Associated Press, Apple Co-Founder and technological giant Steve Jobs has died. He was 56. According to a statement issued by his relatives, "Steve died peacefully today surrounded by his family."
Jobs, who founded Apple Computing with Steve Wozniak, Mike Markkula, and others in the late 1970s, is responsible directly and indirectly for the iPhone, the iPad, The Apple Macintosh line of computers and a number of other innovations that have revolutionized the way we work, play, and interact. Jobs had been battling a rare and painful form of pancreatic cancer since 2004, and resigned from his position as head of Apple on August 24 of this year, writing that he could "no longer meet his duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO." Since then, Jobs had served as the chairman of Apple's board of directors.
The holodecks from Star Trek might soon be a reality thanks to scientists from Keio University who have developed a kind of 3D hologram that one can interact with and experience a tactile simulation that's like touching. How long do you think it will be until the adult film industry harnesses this technology?
If Pokemon trainer Ash Ketchum lived in the world of Fallout, he'd have every raider and super mutant from the Mojave to the Capital Wasteland running in fear, or at least that's what we believe based on the above Pokemon Fallout: New Vegas mod. We know that we'd certainly never mess with someone who had the power to summon modified wasteland monsters who look just like Pikachu, Squirtle or Balbazar.