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Here is what Microsoft gave the teenager has been arrested for the levying of a homemade clock to school

it is quite a week for Ahmed Mohamed. The 14-year-old was arrested this last Monday in his Irving, Texas high school to bring a homemade clock in the class to show his teachers at MacArthur High School. Then he was questioned by police and held in custody for building, what the police as a "hoax bomb."

Mohamed was finally released after the police do not complain. However, this was certainly not the end is how the story went viral on the Internet. Many supported Dr Mahathir's comments inventive curiosity - although some asked, such as "imaginative" clock was - and President Obama even invited the teen to visit to the White House. Mohamed was celebrated as a hero, with other tech leaders like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Box CEO Aaron Levie invited him to a visit to the Silicon Valley offices.

Now, Microsoft shows Mohamed some love. Here is a Tweet from inter alia Salem, Executive Director of the Dallas council on American-Islamic relations, joined, Mohamed…

Finally, you'll soon be able to 'dislike," but' things on Facebook, says Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg announced today that Facebook finally works on a "dislike" button. "I think people have asked, the button doesn't like for many years. Today is a special day, because today is the day when I can say, we are working on it and shipping," said Zuckerberg during the Q&A on Facebook's headquarters.

Zuckerberg said that the social network does not immediately Design way because you do not want it to a Reddit-style system of upvoting and downvoting will have.

"This is not what we here in the world to build," said Zuckerberg.

But, Facebook and Zuckerberg have recognized that the people with a view not to downvote, each other, but to have an option, the feelings of others as "May." Zuckerberg quoted moments, such as the news of the recent refugee crisis or even contributions about family members that have died. Users do not want to "how" these elements, but now, have no other option.

"What you really want is th…

Rice can actually save your wet phone?

Put your wet phone in rice will probably not save. But do it anyway

recently, during a weekend in upstate New York, I jumped into a lake with my shorts on. Unbeknownst to me, my ailing iPhone 5S SAT closely in my pocket. At some point during my swim, the phone slipped and vanished. I had no idea where it went to 26 hours later, when a swimmer noticed the phone the reflective Apple Logo winking at him from the lake the muddy ground. He was fishing it out and solemnly presents its soaking, lifeless corpse to me. "I'm sorry," he said.

"Jasmine, grain, risotto, dark, wild, or Basmati, put it in rice" no matter how weak the perspective of revival, all wet telephone calls the same folk remedy: in rice, my friends were saying. Put it in rice, my parents said, and leave it there for at least a day. Jasmine, grain, risotto, dark, wild, or Basmati rice, put it in. So I did: I found an abandoned box of Uncle Ben's, buried under the grains my phone, put it back in the…

Watch Disney Animation legend behind Aladdin and Ariel draw in VR

opportunities are Glen Keane has an impact on you. As an animator at Disney, he brought to life iconic characters such as Aladdin, Ariel from the Little Mermaid, and the ever-popular Furry grump, Beast from beauty and the beast. But after almost four decades in the house of Mickey Mouse, Keane left in 2012, in order to discover new ways to live entertainment. His first stop was at Motorola (now Google's) Advanced Technology Group, where he developed the interactive short animated Duet (accessible as part of the spotlight stories app).  But his next attempt is even more exciting: drawing in virtual reality. This is the subject of a new short step in the page, created for the coming future summit of story telling.



The film, directed by Ashley Rodholm, shows how virtual reality allows Keane, his characters to bring to life at last. "If you draw, print them out, something real, visceral," he says shortly. "By selecting a line, it is a kind of barometer of the soul.&quo…

Iphone 6s to the sport' ' 3D-touch display"

of the iPhone 6s with a 3D-touch display, a revised version of the pressure-sensitive screen and touch pad current used in the Apple reputation and new MacBook, after the reports.

The new images will be able to distinguish between three modes; tap, a press and a long press to their level of pressure - a further development of the press/Long press the sensitivity of the watch and Mac, 9to5Mac.

Force touch is Apple's method of using a single interface for multiple functions, depending on how much pressure you apply. Force touching an Apple monitor, for example, until the menu to change the face, while force shows locations click the trackpad when using on cards, the preview a file the contents or adds an event to a calendar invite, and so on.
Force the integration into the iPhone touch 6s could be triggered directions to a specified location within a map, or in-depth menu options within Apple music.

Rumours were circulating about the technology use within the new iphone for some ti…

'Iphone 7' thickness it is likely that iPod Touch

Iphone 7 thinnest smartphoneKGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has a new report suggests that, in the coming year, the "iPhone 7" could Apple the world's thinnest smartphone even with a thickness of between 6.0 mm and 6.5 mm, Kuo mentioned above, is a near similar measurement of the current iPod touch is 6.1 mm. As a comparison, the current model of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are 6.9 mm and 7.1mm thick, respectively.

The report also found that the company stick to a similar force touch technology in the coming year the version of the iPhone, due to the heavy time and investment of Apple and its suppliers have in the adjustment for this year's "iPhone 6S" and "iPhone 6S Plus."

Due to this, Kuo believes that Apple it is unlikely that the switch from the cell on glass-to-glass Touch Panels in the next year, what a rumour from Apple's supply chain in Asia in the last week. The KGI-report it says that in-cell panels do not meet with any harsh …

You can now buy Star Wars' lovely BB-8 droid and leave that patrol the house at the time

of this writing, holed up in a small office, I can hear a quiet hum coming and going in the ground. In reality, it is a quiet humming sound followed by a thunk less quiet plastic meets plaster wall, followed by a short break where my phonetics focuses on the emotional various sounds that emanate from my phone's speaker.

This may be the most curious way to "enjoy" a toy is without doubt one of the more passive, but Sphero the BB-8 is not a toy, but that is a very simple robot interpreter of Pixar of aspirations. The droid $149.99 , will go on sale this Friday in Apple's retail stores, Best Buy, and Sphero the own website (don't worry, it's compatible with Android, also).  That's a pretty hefty price, but the BB-8 Sphero offers something few Star Wars toys have been able to remove: captures the personality of the Android, and it says everything to where Sphero wants to push robotics in the future.



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