NetDragon, the online game developer run by an avid “Star Trek” fan has built its headquarters in China in the shape of the legendary spaceship.
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Thanks to an alarming and futuristic ad campaign, the litterbugs that make the world their personal dumpster can no longer hide in the shadows.
Microsoft was granted a patent last week by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a pair of glasses that can detect a wearer’s emotional response to what they’re looking at.
As you might imagine, there are interesting cultural differences between Americans and Japanese. For example, Americans fear the Terminator movie scenario of a robot or Artificial intelligence apocalypse, while Japan is facing sharp population decrease from lowering birth rates which could be accelerated with more realistic sexbots that extend the Japanese sex doll industry.
How does it feel to be invisible? At Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet neuroscientists have figured out.
Last week, according to police, a Japanese man was arrested for allegedly flying a small drone with traces of radioactivity onto the roof of the Japanese prime minister’s office.
In China, people attending funerals may have to do without a special form of entertainment: strippers. The Chinese government plans to work closely with the police to eliminate such performances, which are held with the goal of drawing more mourners.
Ever wanted to drive from London to New York City? If Russia has its way this could become possible.
It has never been said that it is fun to go through a DUI checkpoint, at the very least because they slow people from getting to their destination. However, it is generally understood that while not very fun, the checkpoints help to keep drunk or impaired drivers off the road.
According to a photo that has gone viral on social media in China, there are app manipulation farms, a place where devs can pay for their apps’ download numbers to be artificially inflated.