Creepy new App that lets people listen in on your conversations

Creepy new App that lets people listen in on your conversations

Why leave eavesdropping on phone calls to law enforcement? With the new app Crowdpilot, you can invite anyone to listen in on your phone calls. The idea is that you…

Glow In The Dark Surgery May Cure Cancer

Glow In The Dark Surgery May Cure Cancer

Indiana University Health’s Dr. Emma Rossi has been testing a new procedure to track the spread of gynecological cancers. She injects a fluorescent dye that glows in the dark into…

Twitter ramps up photo sharing features

The Twitter logo displayed at the entrance of Twitter headquarters in San Francisco on March 11, 2011 in California. PHOTO | KIMIHIRO HOSHINO | FILE  AFP Twitter on Wednesday added…

Breaking: Facebook Set To Acquire Virtual Reality Company Oculus Rift For $2 Billion

Facebook has agreed to acquire Oculus, the virtual gaming company behind the Oculus Rift headset, for a price of $2 billion. According to Bloomberg, the deal includes $400 million in…

Microsoft to Support Five Startups Under Innovation Grant Program

Microsoft under the 4Afrika initiative will offer financial support to five African start-ups in an effort to empower the next generation of developers and entrepreneurs in the continent. The five…

Safaricom Beats Google, Facebook in Innovation

Kenya’s mobile network operator Safaricom has been rated number 9 in innovation globally by Fast Company magazine due to its role in bridging the healthcare gap with telecoms services. The…

App that can hear heartbeat of your unborn baby

Any expectant mothers, take note. This new app allows parents to listen to their unborn child’s heartbeat via a smartphone. The app, entitled Bellabeat, uses sound waves to locate a fetus’…

The Future Of Journalism?

Stop the presses, the term “Robo-journalism” just exploded all over newsroom vernacular. The BBC reports on The Los Angeles Times’ recent implementation of automated reporting. The robo-report published by the LA Times…

Flying car: Can daily commute go from street to skies?

The idea of a flying car has been stuck on the drawing board for decades. But one company’s three-wheel design could turn this fantasy into reality. Imagine being able to…