Remember the movie “The 6th Day” with Arnie? Well, reality has, once again, caught up with science fiction, as a small Bay Area company, Genetic Savings & Clone Inc., offers the latest frontier in the controversial field of animal cloning. They hope to ultimately offer not just copies of your pets, but also “enhanced” companion animals, with longer life spans and other special capabilities. Read more from SiliconValley.com’s “Bay Area firm aims to clone pets” article.
Honda set to unveil four adorable robot concepts at CES with facial interactions, more2017/12/12
Honda set to unveil four adorable robot concepts at CES with facial interactions, more | 9to5Toyshttps://9to5toys.com/2017/12/08/honda-ces-robots/This week Honda unveiled its CES 2018 preview, detailing a four-some of uber cute robotic concepts that it hopes to bring to consumers before long. While Honda is largely known for its automotive wing, the brand has an extensive history […]
15 Tech Gifts for Your Pampered Pet2017/12/08
15 Tech Gifts for Your Pampered Pet | PCMag.comhttps://www.pcmag.com/feature/340440/15-tech-gifts-for-your-pampered-pet?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=whatsnewnow&utm_medium=titleIn 1994, US owners of dogs, cats, and other household pets spent a measly $17 billion on their furry friends, according to the American Pet Products Association. As of 2016, companion animal spending was up to $66.75 billion, a number that’s expected to jump to $69.36 billion […]
Oracle unveils Blockchain Cloud Service to bring security and resiliency to the enterprise2017/10/06
Oracle unveils Blockchain Cloud Service to bring security and resiliency to the enterprise – TechRepublichttp://www.techrepublic.com/article/oracle-unveils-blockchain-cloud-service-to-bring-security-and-resiliency-to-the-enterprise/?ftag=TRE684d531&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472Launched at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, the new service leverages the distributed ledger technology of blockchain to deliver enhanced security and more. Related