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  Today, smartphone-wielding urbanites, wandering aimlessly around the city streets are  everywhere.  Dhairya Dand. an MIT graduate student,  is looking to draw our eyes away from your smartphone screen and back onto the world around.  His unique invention SuperShoes insoles use tickling patterns to communicate typical smartphone functions to your feet, and keep you in

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  Must Have Futuristic Gadgets For 2014:                               Click The Image Below To Watch Videos On This Topic.    

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  Can Wi-Fi let you see people through walls? yes it definitely can. Wi-Fi is a signal, basically like a sonar that bounces off of every thing it encounters, as we saw in the film the Dark Knight. Researchers at MIT have developed a sensing technology that uses low-power Wi-Fi to detect moving people behind

  A new video has surfaced online providing a glimpse of what Apple’s long-rumored television, the iTV, could bring to our living rooms this winter. The video, created by software engineer, and product designer Sam Beckett, shows an Apple branded HDTV that is controlled using an iPad and Siri voice commands. The TV also features an entirely new

The GINA is a nano fabric-skinned, shape-shifting sports car concept built by BMW. GINA stands for “Geometry and functions In ‘N’ Adaptations”   They myth of Science Fiction, Transforming/Shape Shifting Vehicles Just Got Real BMW never ceases to amaze me. I coudnt really appreciate a BMW until I actually started driving one for myself. Every time I drive, I always discover something new about

Amazon has launched Amazon Storyteller, a tool to automatically create visualizations of screenplays so that they can be more readily pitched. The somewhat self-serving beta at Amazon Studios promises to analyze the scenes, locations, and characters in a script and then fashion a storyboard itself, which can then be tweaked by the author.   Amazon Storyteller

  Cocaine addicts may soon have a ‘cure’ for their unhealthy dependence: researchers have successfully created a vaccine that prevents cocaine particles from reaching the brain and inducing feelings of euphoria, thereby helping users break their addiction. “The vaccine consumes the cocaine in the blood before it can reach the brain,” Dr. Ronald G. Crystal, the

      STORY HIGHLIGHTS Ex-cop builds a humanoid robot called HEX made from electrical appliances The self-taught robot maker spent over two decades in police force in Baltimore Walking robot can help kids learn about robotics, says Mark Haygood Launching KickStarter Campaign to get the helper robot in homes   (CNN) – Take a pair

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  Before Jack Dorsey founded Twitter, and payment giant Square,  he made some simple sketches on napkins and torn out pieces of paper.   At Digital Afro we always like to stimulate your mind. If you have ideas for anything, please stop thinking you have to be a super coding genius to get it done. It



Just 7 years ago only 15% of the continent of Africa had mobile service.Today Africa is a new land of opportunity for the mobile phone market.

  By Contributing Writer Neil Lopez: Neil is a web development guru & tech enthusiast.       Wouldn’t it be cool to build something that thousands or millions of people could use on a daily basis? Well, in technology the old adage of “If you want something done right, do it yourself,” is pretty

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    Apple’s  iWatch may get its unveiling at the end of this year   Big news in the product sector, according to Bloomberg, Apple is seeking to introduce the  iWatch as soon as this year. Insiders also report that Apple has roughly 100 people working on the project and growing. The iWatch or (The