Your Body Odor Could be Your ID Soon

February 6, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

In the near future, you would be identified by your body odor! Shocked? In a scientific experiment that could bring about a scenario where fingerprints, iris scans and facial recognition could be passé, a new form of biometric identification might soon be developed. That means scientists are developing your ID based on your body odor. […]

House Robbed While Neighbor Watches, Woman Holds Facebook Guilty

December 3, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

This is certainly a wake-up call for those people who post too much about everything, even about their personal information on Facebook. A woman from Canada, who lives in Kamloops, just learnt the bad effects of this, the hard way. She was robbed of more than $20,000 worth goods and to top it off, the […]

Biohacker Implants Huge Computer Chip in Arm

November 4, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When it comes to technology, there are some people out there who can go to any extent to prove their love. Implanting their body is one such thing these diehard tech savvy people do fondly. While earlier this year, we read about the man who implanted headphones onto his ears, now another person implanting a […]

RFID Chip in Human Body; NY-based Artist Does Exactly That

August 23, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

New York based artist Anthony Antonellis has created the world’s first Net art implant by implanting an RFID chip into his hand. With this chip that is the size of a grain of sand, he can send data directly to his Android handset. Antonellis had implanted the chip via a tiny incision between his thumb […]

Motorola Tattoos and Pills to Replace Passwords in Future

June 1, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With so many different kinds of accounts, it has become even more difficult to remember passwords for all those accounts and apps. But this is going to change. Motorola has revealed that it is currently working on projects to create a special kind of tattoos and pills that can automatically recognize you without the need […]

Now, Share Your Google Passwords with Trusted Friends When You Die

April 13, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Have you ever thought about the possibility of your email password being passed on to your loved ones automatically when you die? No? But Google certainly has. Here comes a new Google tool that emails your passwords to ten people of your choice when your account remains inactive for more than three months. All the […]

Kindle Kind to Your Erotic Needs

March 8, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Once upon a time, ‘porn’ was a word used only in whispers and in very secret conversations. However, nowadays people don’t seem to bother about etiquette anymore. An obvious example is the availability of erotic e-books on Kindle and it is readily accessible to everyone, including children. The company, however, claims  that it filters all adult […]

Dad Pays Teen Daughter $200 to Quit Facebook for 5 Months

February 7, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

An amount of $200 to quit Facebook for 5 months? That’s kind of a weird deal but it really has happened. That was the deal that Paul Baier offered his 14-year-old daughter. If she could quit Facebook for five months, he promised to give her $200. Baier wasn’t messing around with his $200 offer to […]

GPS Mistake Results in Killing of Innocent Man

January 30, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

This is indeed a mishap that involved the killing of a young man by a 69-year-old suburban Atlanta man. The killer is now facing a murder charge after authorities say he shot and killed a 22-year-old man who had mistakenly driven into his driveway. The warrant illustrates that Rodrigo Abad Diaz (the victim) was fatally […]

Canadian School Expels Student for Finding Vulnerability in Their Online Services

January 23, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sometimes the world doesn’t  appreciate what some people do for them, even if what they have done was to protect them. An incident of sorts occurred in Montreal, where a student was expelled for attempting to protect his college-mates. Ahmed Al-Khabaz, a 20-year old computer science major studying in Dawson College, found an inconsistency while […]

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