Apple recently unveiled two new iPhones and a watch, giving people a whole new reason with working phones to ponder whether they want to pony up a few more hundred dollars for the latest in tech gadgetry.
Tuesday morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled several new upcoming products, including the latest iPhone, a brand-new smart watch, a way to make payments using your phone, the latest update to the company's operating system and more.
The Queen of England has weighed in on selfies; she finds them disconcerting and strange. She believes that selfies take away from the value of human contact and thinks they are an example of bad manners. She was basically saying she misses eye contact.
In a remote section of Siberia, a giant crater was found and no one knows how it got there. An oil and gas industry helicopter was flying over the area when they spotter the crater and hovered over the giant hole stating in was big enough for the helicopter to fly in.
There is a new app available that lets you shop for groceries according to you political views. The BuyPartisan app allows shoppers to scan the bar code of a product to see if they are Democrat or Republican. It lets you know which way the CEO and employees of the company lean politically.
Recently, Facebook has required users to download Facebook Messenger if you use the FB app on your Droid or IPhone. If you don’t download Messenger, you are no longer able to private message (PM) someone on FB from your phone or tablet.
In China a restaurant has opened that is run by robots. There are 12 robots on the staff that cook and deliver food to the tables. They even have two robot hostesses’ that greet customers when they arrive. Each robot cost $6, 500 or the same as a year’s wage.
Timex has added a new watch to their Ironman line of GPS watches, it is a 3-G connected smartwatch. It’s called the Ironman One GPS + and is made mostly for athletes because you can run fitness data to a website so you can monitor your run in real time.
NASA has revealed that astronauts in space suffer from sleep deprivation. According to a 10 year study it shows astronauts get an average of only six hours of sleep a night. NASA orders crew members to get at least 8.5 hour of sleep but that’s not happening.
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