Recover Deleted Files Quickly Through EaseUS

Many people prepare themselves for the events that can occur in their lives. This preparation is made so that no event in their life brings any losses to them through their own carelessness. The content of the preparation is for recovery or backup for an event which is uncertain to occur. The occurrence of some…

Teaching robots to adjust their grip the way humans do

Pick up that can. Now say you had to put it down on its side rather than its base, how would you go about doing it? Very easily and without thinking about it, no doubt. But simple manipulations like that, which allow us to interact fluidly with objects and environments, are actually incredibly hard for…

Get your hands on Canon’s legendary EF 1200mm f/5.6L USM

If you fancy getting your hands on Canon’s mighty (and we should say, extremely rare) Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6L USM telephoto lens, then head for Park Cameras’ Burgess Hill store in West Sussex on Saturday March 4. The lens has a mysterious history, and its hard to say how many of them actually exist. What…

AOC’s curved frameless Agon monitors push gaming immersion to the max

AOC has revealed a pair of new curved gaming monitors which benefit from a ‘three-sides frameless’ design, along with AMD’s FreeSync technology. The two new Agon models are 31.5-inch (AG322QCX) and 27-inch (AG272FCX) in size, with screens that boast a curvature of 1800mm, the most pronounced curve the Agon range has seen yet for the…

Doubts cast over whether teenager located lost Maya city

Fundamental breakthroughs in archaeology are a comparatively rare event. For everyKing Tut’s tomb or discovery of Troy, there’s thousands of hours of painstaking labor, whether that means tromping through jungles, excavating fragments of pottery, or poring over ancient manuscripts preserved by volcanic eruptions. The Internet is currently erupting with stories of William Gadoury, a 15-year…

Kepler team announces largest-ever collection of 1,284 verified new exoplanets

NASA announced that its Kepler telescope has verified 1,284 exoplanets in our galaxy, more than doubling the number of known planets orbiting other stars. An additional 1,327 candidates have better-than-even odds of being actual planets, but they aren’t well enough substantiated to be called “verified,” and will require additional study. What’s more, Kepler reports nine…

Digital Doodles, Magnetic Lighting, and Alexa Everywhere Print Email

Welcome to Gadget Dreams and Nightmares, the column that’s taken off just enough time from listening to and dissecting Beyoncé’s Lemonade to explore the latest in gadget announcements. In our pitcher this week are an elegant pen for recording your doodles, a spin on the smart light switch, and a new home for Amazon’s Alexa…

Home May Be Where the Technology Is

Medicare started off the year putting into action a program to encourage more doctors to discuss end-of-life and advance care plans with patients. While the details tend to focus on the hard choices on the far side of those arrangements, new and near-future technologies could preserve life’s simple pleasures on their front end. End-of-life conversations…

Some Tech to Watch Over Me

When road maps for advanced care terminate in the familiar surroundings of one’s home, as opposed to assisted living facilities and hospitals, technology can be as critical and comforting as human caregiving. Neither can replace the benefits the other brings. About 46 percent of survey respondents — doctors who regularly work with senior citizens —…