News Headlines - 10 August 2010

▽Smartphone app written by BBC reporter 'steals data' - BBC
A special report by BBC News has shown how straightforward it is to create a fake application, using standard parts from the software toolkits that developers use to create programs for handsets.

▽Stephen Hawking: mankind must move to outer space within a century - Telegraph.co.uk
The human race must look to outer space within the next century or it will become extinct, Professor Stephen Hawking has warned.

▽Nao: the robot that expresses and detects emotions - Telegraph.co.uk
The world’s first robot to be able to display and detect emotions has been unveiled by European scientists.

▽Introducing the World’s Next Rock Superstar - LewRockwell.com
Hatsune Miku means, "The First Sound of Music’s Future." She is called a "Vocaloid." She is a voice synthesizer... In fact, many of the numbers she does feature her voices as instrumentation as a sort of Science Fiction a cappella. She is a synthesized vocal device that was developed by Yamaha Corporation of Japan.

▼Hatsune Miku no Shoshitsu ranked 6th - Akiba Souken
"Hatsune Miku no Shoshitsu" or "The lost of Hatsune Miku" produced by cosMo is ranked in the 6th place at Oricon's weekly album chart with the sales of 19,000 for the first week.







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