Hitachi Develops Crime Predicting Tech For Police Testing

Daily Caller News Foundation | Steve Ambrose
Police Tape
Japanese manufacturer creates technology to predict crime using data sets

Immigration Limits Set Before Tech Boom Don't Work

Opinion | Stuart Anderson
Immigration-Tech Jobs.JPEG

The last high-skilled immigration law was passed before the iPhone, iPad, YouTube, or Google

'The Switch' Makes Netflix Binge-Watching That Much Easier

Tech | Abby Deardorff
An illustration photo shows the logo of Netflix the American provider of on-demand Internet streaming media in Paris

Warning: some assembly required

India's Prime Minister Rocks Silicon Valley

Opinion | David Cohen
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks on stage during a town hall at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California

Seeking America’s help to build ‘Digital India.’

Apple Electric 'Car' Exposed

Tech | Jessie Cohen
An Apple logo hangs above the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City

‘A golf cart that also goes by the name iProCar’

Pentagon Interested In Cloaking Technology

Tech | Anthony Gockowski
B-2 Stealth Bomber performs a flyover at the 126th Rose Parade in Pasadena, California

‘Basically we are ready to make them right now’

The Tires Of The Future Never Go Flat

Tech | Timothy Reisinger
Prototype of iFlex tire (Youtube/user/hankooktyre)

iFlex…No, it’s not made by Apple

Apple Watch Sales Plummet 90 Percent

Tech | Timothy Reisinger

Looks like all apples go rotten eventually

New Paratrooper Technology Allows In-Flight Communication

US | Taylor Beck
A USAF C-17 cargo plane flies past during a media preview of the Singapore Airshow in Singapore on February 12, 2012.  (Roslan Rahman/Getty Images)

‘A jump in the right direction’

New Technology May Eliminate Drunk Driving

Tech | Chloe Stevenson
Drunk drivers and driving tests may become obsolete (Getty Images)

Bye bye drunk drivers…hello new technology!

Despite Conflicting Reports, IBM Denies Massive Layoffs

Business | Reuters
Traders gather at the post that trades IBM on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

The tech giant denied report that as many as 112,000 employees would be laid off

Robot Newscaster Can Speak Multiple Languages And Make Jokes

Tech | Alex Pfeiffer
The new humanoid robot named "Kodomoroid"

‘My dream is to have my own TV show in the future’

Startup Creates Autopilot To Make Any Car Driverless

Tech | Lauren Eissler

‘We’re trying to reuse as many concepts and behaviors as you already have in your car’

SCIENCE! A Calorie-Counting Smartphone Device Is Finally Here

Tech | Lauren Eissler

And this molecular sensor can be used for a lot more

Computer Imitates Child, Dupes Testers

Tech | Katie Frates
Computer Imitates Child, Dupes Testers

His name is Eugene Goostman

New Miracle Machine lets you turn water into wine in only three days

Tech | Kelsi Thorud
Home winemaking is now possible with new Miracle Machine (The Miracle Machine)

‘We were both surprised at how good it tastes’

New technology helps uninspired fiction writers capture readers' emotions

Tech | Maggie Knors
Sensory Fiction MIT

It’s an ‘immersive storytelling experience tailored to the reader’

This guy hacked his house to have its own Twitter feed

Tech | Business Insider
Tom Coates, the man behind the tweeting house. (Photo via Flickr)

‘Smart-house’ tweets mundane things like ‘I’m pretty sure someone’s at home,’ just like everyone else on Twitter

One of Microsoft's biggest PC partners doesn't want to use the tablet-only version of Windows 8

Tech | Business Insider
Acer Windows

Acer says Windows RT isn’t ‘so influential anymore’

The creepiest Google Glass feature has been banned amid public concerns

Tech | Business Insider
Google Glass

The company says no facial recognition apps will be allowed