The latest set of celebrity nude photo leaks has sparked concerns over user privacy when it comes to using iCloud, or any cloud-based services. But while there’s been a marked peak in concern over user privacy, the ‘Hollywood elite’ don’t seem to have been given any such concern.
Scientists at Tufts University Engineering Resource Centre have created a 3D brain structure, with the aim of eventually building a working artificial human brain.
The countdown to Apple’s event on September 9, where it will almost certainly announce the next iPhones, has started — and rumours are increasingly piling up. The latest is that Apple will be announcing a partnership with payment facilitators including Visa and MasterCard, as it plans to turn the new iPhone into a mobile wallet, Bloomberg reports.
A whole bunch of Galaxy Note 4 leaks were reported this past weekend, as various stories further detailed the upcoming flagship smartphone from Samsung. The most interesting rumour comes from TKTechNews, which apparently learned from a source that the Galaxy Note 4 could be available in stores as soon as September 6th in the U.S., or even before the iPhone 6 (its main rival) gets official.
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By Janek Speight in Gadgets on Tuesday 2 September 2014
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According to Princess Anne High School graduate Pharrell Williams, happiness is best described as feeling “like a room without a roof”. If that explanation is a little too left brain for you, perhaps you’d like the mathematic formula for happiness, which researchers from University College London have discovered.