Ali Razeghi, an Iranian businessman and a Tehran scientist claims to have invented the Time Machine successfully and registered as “The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine”.
According to Razeghi, his invention is said to allow users to see the life eight years in the future through a print out after the readings from just a touch of the user. With a set of complicated algorithms, the device can “predict five to eight years of the future life of any individual, with 98 percent accuracy”.
Razeghi, 27 years of age, and currently the managing director of . . . → Read More: Iranian Claims to Have Successfully Invented Time Machine: The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine
Some questions were raised about what happens in our digital life when we die. Should we just share it to our love ones before we leave or just delete it entirely so no one can access the data anymore?
These questions led Google to develop the technology to help manage the digital life even after the user is gone.
Headed by Andreas Tuerk, Google’s product manager, they call it the “Inactive Account Manager”. This feature allows a user to manage and specify some things that will happen after you die and eventually become inactive . . . → Read More: Google Inactive Account Manager Helps Deceased User Manage Account
The fledgling car company, Tesla, has released their first electric sedans in the mass-market, but this is not sure if this will make the company successful or not.
In their weekend ceremony, the ten units of the so called Model S of the company rolled out in their factory doors in Fremont. The impressions of the audience seems so alive as they see the cars running.
Audience estimated to reach more than a thousand, local politicians, and Tesla employees and their relatives roared for the speakers that included Governor Jerry Brown of California. They all got fired up when the . . . → Read More: Tesla’s Electric Car Model S is out in the Market