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Brain Scans Reveal What Dogs Really Think Of Us

Brain Scans Reveal What Dogs Really Think Of Us

Dogs might be at top position for being the pet animal of major people. They might be loyal or friendly, but the fact is they are animals and they do have their own thoughts about others. However, have you ever wished to know what your dog is thinking or what it thinks about you? Well, not to worry. Now, brain scans of dogs can reveal what they really are thinking or think of us.

By On November 24, 2014 Respond
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Google Launched First 64-bit Chrome Web Browser For OS X

Google Launched First 64-bit Chrome Web Browser For OS X

In August of this year, Google launched a beta build of 64-bit Chrome for Mac, following the public release of 64-bit Chrome for Windows. And now after several months of testing, lately Google has launched Chrome 39, its first 64-bit browser for Apple’s OS X operating system.

By On November 23, 2014 Respond
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Chrome To Have New Features, Users Will Be Able To Add Images And Notes In Chrome Bookmarks

Chrome To Have New Features, Users Will Be Able To Add Images And Notes In Chrome Bookmarks

We all know how hard it can be to find something once you’ve saved it. At least that will be less painful in Chrome browser. Google has announced to add some new features of which one is users will be able to add images and notes to Google Chrome Bookmarks.

By On November 22, 2014 1 Response
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Milk Video: An App Launchd By Samsung That’ll Help People Find Viral Videos

Milk Video: An App Launchd By Samsung That’ll Help People Find Viral Videos

There are many people who love viral videos. But the problem is viral videos are not so easy to find. Even if you find a storage/source for viral videos, that may not attract you as you expected. But Samsung has thought something different. The company has launched an app called Milk Video that will help people find viral videos.

By On November 22, 2014 Respond
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Share Google Drive Files Directly Within Hangouts Video Calls, Thanks Google

Share Google Drive Files Directly Within Hangouts Video Calls, Thanks Google

This Thursday, Google has announced a new feature for Hangouts video calls that allows users to share files in Google Drive without having to leave the conversation window. The sharing is dead simple.

By On November 21, 2014 Respond
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Apple Replaced The Word ‘Free’ With ‘Get’ In The App Store

Apple Replaced The Word ‘Free’ With ‘Get’ In The App Store

Lately, Apple has introduced a small but an interesting and important change in its App Store. Now if you visit the App Store, you will find the non-paid apps labeled as ‘GET’ rather than ‘FREE’.

By On November 21, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft To Reward Xbox One Users For Its First Anniversary

Microsoft To Reward Xbox One Users For Its First Anniversary

Microsoft launched Xbox One on November 22, last year. Tomorrow is the first anniversary of Xbox One. So, Microsoft has decided to reward those who have used Xbox One gaming console for the past one year.

By On November 21, 2014 31 Responses
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Yahoo To Become The Default Search Engine Of Firefox, Google Out

Yahoo To Become The Default Search Engine Of Firefox, Google Out

Google has been Firefox’s default search engine for the past 10 years. But lately, Firefox has signed deal with Yahoo, making it the default search engine.

By On November 20, 2014 Respond
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Fontus: A Self-filling Bottle That Takes Water From The Air As You Cycle

Fontus: A Self-filling Bottle That Takes Water From The Air As You Cycle

Austrian designer Kristof Retezar has invented a new device for your bike that collects the moisture contained in the atmosphere, condenses it and stores it as fresh drinking water.

By On November 19, 2014 Respond
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MIT Researchers Created Electrochemical Cell That Converts Waste Heat Into Electricity

MIT Researchers Created Electrochemical Cell That Converts Waste Heat Into Electricity

During conversion/transformation, some energy gets wasted. But a team from MIT has created an electrochemical cell that can convert waste heat into electricity.

By On November 19, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Succeeded In Creating Magic Tricks Using Artificial Intelligence

Researchers Succeeded In Creating Magic Tricks Using Artificial Intelligence

For the first time, some researchers in Britain have succeeded in creating magic tricks using artificial intelligence. In other words, for the first time, a computer has created its own magic tricks capable of fooling a human audience.

By On November 18, 2014 Respond
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Report Says Justice Department Uses Small Planes To Spy On U.S. Cellphones

Report Says Justice Department Uses Small Planes To Spy On U.S. Cellphones

It’s not new that planes and drones often play a role of spy. It is know to all that the U.S. use drone to spy on many things. However lately, a new report is swirling around that besides using drones, justice department uses small planes to spy on U.S. cellphones.

By On November 18, 2014 Respond
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33 European Languages Are In Danger, May Extinct Soon

33 European Languages Are In Danger, May Extinct Soon

According to a new list, 33 European languages are now in danger. They may extinct any time. But some of them can be saved.

By On November 17, 2014 Respond
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Convince KLM And Win A Chance To Stay On A Converted Airliner

Convince KLM And Win A Chance To Stay On A Converted Airliner

You may have wishes many, but have they not all fulfilled? I guess, No. However, if you have ever wished to live on a plane, but later realized that’s not possible, then wake up! KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has made a converted airliner that has the environment like real plane. Just convince KLM and win a chance to stay.

By On November 17, 2014 1 Response
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Researchers Claim AT&T Tracking Subscribers Using Permanent Cookies, AT&T Denies

Researchers Claim AT&T Tracking Subscribers Using Permanent Cookies, AT&T Denies

User privacy on the Internet has become a hot button issue in both politics and technology in recent years. Last month, some security researchers discovered that AT&T had been tracking numbers to the web traffic coming from their customers’ phones, in order to keep an eye on their online habits. But AT&T has completely denied the allegation.

By On November 17, 2014 Respond
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