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Apple Will Soon Bring ‘Tech Talks’ To Different Cities

Apple Will Soon Bring ‘Tech Talks’ To Different Cities

We recently reported that tickets to Apple’s WWDC 2013 event were sold out within two minutes of being made available. Naturally, that left many aspiring participants disappointed. Hence, Apple has announced that it would soon bring ‘Tech Talks’ to different cities.

By On April 29, 2013 Respond
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Boeing Supersonic Airliner Concept Takes A Test Flight

Boeing Supersonic Airliner Concept Takes A Test Flight

Aviation industry has evolved quickly over the recent years and we have seen concept designs of many new airliners. But the new supersonic airliner concept, being developed by Boeing, trumps all other contemporary designs. The company is currently testing a mockup of this concept at NASA facilities.

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Internet Cookies May Die In The Next Five Years

Internet Cookies May Die In The Next Five Years

Internet cookies have long been lambasted as a threat to user privacy. Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets already come with no option for tracking cookies, so the use of internet cookies is gradually dying. Paul Cimino of Brilig Digital Data Solutions has predicted that such tracking cookies will be abandoned entirely during the next five years.

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Google Finally Releases Glass Kernel GPL Source For Developers

Google Finally Releases Glass Kernel GPL Source For Developers

Google Glass’ Explorer edition has been out there for a while now. Developers have been testing it out and discerning the exploits, if any. The search giant has now released the kernel source of the gadget, letting developers delve deeper into the back-end details of the gadget.

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AOL Decides To Shut Down Its Entire Music Division

AOL Decides To Shut Down Its Entire Music Division

AOL hasn’t exactly been doing good recently and the company had been contemplating cutting down on some of its businesses for a while now. The ax has finally fallen on the music division and AOL has announced that it is shutting down the entire divison.

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$5 Wall-Mounted Sensor Turns Any LCD Into Touchscreen

$5 Wall-Mounted Sensor Turns Any LCD Into Touchscreen

In a world where mobile devices are fast becoming an integral part of our lives, touchscreens are a norm. Researchers at University of Washington have now created a sensor that can turn any standard LCD into a touchscreen. And apparently, this sensor costs a mere $5!

By On April 28, 2013 Respond
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Galaxy S4 Scores High Marks On Repairability, Says iFixit

Galaxy S4 Scores High Marks On Repairability, Says iFixit

Folks at iFixit have a knack of tearing down every new gadget on the market and then discern how repairable it is. While most of Apple’s products have score fairly low when it comes to repairability, Samsung Galaxy S4 is apparently easy to disassemble and repair, earning it a high repairability score.

By On April 27, 2013 Respond
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Hacker Jailbreaks Google Glass, Gains Root Access To Its OS

Hacker Jailbreaks Google Glass, Gains Root Access To Its OS

The Explorer edition of Google Glass has already landed in the hands of such developers who were among the earliest to sign up for it. Saurik, a rather well-known iOS hacker/developer, has claimed that he has jailbroken Google Glass.

By On April 27, 2013 1 Response
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Apple Decides To Contest $368 Million Patent Infringement Verdict

Apple Decides To Contest $368 Million Patent Infringement Verdict

Apple and VirnetX have been embroiled in a patent case ever since August 2010. VirnetX claimed that Apple infringed four of its patents in FaceTime and Message features on iOS devices. A jury awarded VirnetX $368 million in damages but Apple has decided to contest this verdict.

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View Microsoft Office Documents In Chrome On Windows And Mac Machines

View Microsoft Office Documents In Chrome On Windows And Mac Machines

Viewing Microsoft Office documents in a browser is a ‘virtually impossible’ task. Oftentimes, you click a URL to open a page and rather, it starts downloading an Office file to your computer. Google is apparently trying to take care of this hassle by letting the users view Microsoft Office documents directly in Chrome browser.

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AT&T Finally Launches Digital Life Security And Monitoring Service

AT&T Finally Launches Digital Life Security And Monitoring Service

Back in January this year, AT&T was showing off a home automation system of its own. The company has finally made the system available and will be rolling it out in 15 markets.

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Motorola Won’t Get $4 Billion For Standard-Essential Patents

Motorola Won’t Get $4 Billion For Standard-Essential Patents

Motorola has been trying to bag $4 billion from Microsoft as royalty fee for using the former’s standard-essential patents. However, a federal court has ruled that the maximum sum Microsoft may pay to Motorola for using its standard-essential patents is $1.8 million a year.

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WWDC 2013 Tickets Sell Out Within Two Minutes

WWDC 2013 Tickets Sell Out Within Two Minutes

Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is one of the most anticipated tech events of the year. Last year, tickets for the event sold out within two hours of availability. This year, however, the tickets were sold out within two minutes.

By On April 26, 2013 Respond
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Israel Airport Security Can Demand To Read Tourists’ Email

Israel Airport Security Can Demand To Read Tourists’ Email

The security measures implemented by Israel often encroach upon basic human rights. It has now been revealed that the airport security in Israel is authorized to demand to read the tourists’ emails. And if the tourists refuse to share their emails with them, the security personnel can refuse them entry into the country.

By On April 26, 2013 1 Response
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BitTorrent Sync Offers An Excellent P2P File-Sharing Solution

BitTorrent Sync Offers An Excellent P2P File-Sharing Solution

BitTorrent is a very well-known name when it comes to online file-sharing. The company already offers a number of highly popular file-sharing solutions. Now, the company has announced that its file-syncing tool, Sync, is open to the public and offers fast peer-to-peer file-sharing, without the need of a central server.

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