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‘Drinkable’ 200-year-old Bottle Of Booze Discovered From Shipwreck

‘Drinkable’ 200-year-old Bottle Of Booze Discovered From Shipwreck

Researchers love to explore new things from different places. Two month ago, a group of researchers discovered a bottle of alcohol from a ship wreckage at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. After analyzing the bottle, they found that the was actually 200-year-old and it was filled with Booze (one kind of alcohol) which was still ‘drinkable.’

By On August 22, 2014 Respond
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Big Tab: The World’s Biggest Android Tablet Unveiled By Fuhu

Big Tab: The World’s Biggest Android Tablet Unveiled By Fuhu

Now a days, tablet makers have inclined to invent bigger tablets. Until now, we have seen many bigger screen tablets. But lately, Fuhu, the company that builds child-focused gadgets, has unveiled two of the world’s biggest Android tablets.

By On August 20, 2014 Respond
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Sony Launched Xperia M2 Aqua, A Mid-range Waterproof Phone

Sony Launched Xperia M2 Aqua, A Mid-range Waterproof Phone

Japanese electronics company Sony has a knack for producing waterproof devices. Following that trend, last Tuesday, Sony launched Xperia M2 Aqua, a water- and dust-resistant version of its mid-range smartphone, Xperia M2.

By On August 20, 2014 Respond
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Popular Email App Mailbox Finally Launched For Desktop

Popular Email App Mailbox Finally Launched For Desktop

Mailbox is one of the most popular email apps. It is owned by Dropbox. However, recently this popular email app has been launched for desktop.

By On August 20, 2014 Respond
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FAA Bans U.S. Airlines From Flying Over Syria

FAA Bans U.S. Airlines From Flying Over Syria

According to a new report by a respected international research group, armed groups in Syria have an estimated several hundred portable anti-aircraft missiles that could easily be diverted to extremists and used to destroy commercial planes. After knowing this, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has banned the U.S. airlines from flying over Syria.

By On August 20, 2014 Respond
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Google Maps Keeps Each Record Of Your Movement, Do You Know?

Google Maps Keeps Each Record Of Your Movement, Do You Know?

Google Maps is one of the most widely used mapping service applications people use. Often, people take help of Google Maps to go from one place to another. But do you know that Google Maps can keep each record of people’s movement?

By On August 19, 2014 Respond
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ACTON RocketSkates: The World’s First Smart Wearable Mobility Controlled By Foot Movements

ACTON RocketSkates: The World’s First Smart Wearable Mobility Controlled By Foot Movements

If you are looking for a new mode of transport, then you might be interested in these new Rocket Skates. RocketSkates have been designed to be strapped on over regular footwear, and monitor foot movements to make them easy to control.

By On August 18, 2014 Respond
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Scientist Discovered Plants Talk To Each Other Using Language

Scientist Discovered Plants Talk To Each Other Using Language

To communicate with others, we, the people, have different languages. But what about other animals and plants? Well, according to a scientist, plants talk to each other using language.

By On August 17, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Made Simple Tattoo That Could Use Body Sweat To Power Electronic Devices

Researchers Made Simple Tattoo That Could Use Body Sweat To Power Electronic Devices

Most of the electronics devices like tablets, smartphones etc. have a common factor – they need to be charged. Usually we charge an electronic device by simply plugging it in a socket. But now, researchers at the University of California in San Diego, have made a very simple tattoo that could use body sweat to power small electronic devices.

By On August 17, 2014 Respond
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[Video] Hungry At Distant Place? Drones Here To Deliver Noodles In Cup

[Video] Hungry At Distant Place? Drones Here To Deliver Noodles In Cup

At present days, many drones are used for delivering purpose. Earlier we have seen drones delivering cake, packages, medicine, newspaper and so many things. And now, Japanese food giant Nissin is using drones to deliver Cup Noodles to customers.

By On August 16, 2014 Respond
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Miilo: A Special Bi-cycle That Fits Kids Even After They Grow Up

Miilo: A Special Bi-cycle That Fits Kids Even After They Grow Up

During childhood, most of the kids (specially the boys) prefer to have a bi-cycle. But the bi-cycles start becoming obsolete as soon as the kids grow up gradually. In other words, the height of the bi-cycles become shorter in terms of their height. But now, there’s a new bi-cycle called Miilo that will fit to the kids even after they grow up.

By On August 16, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft Considering Rebranding Internet Explorer

Microsoft Considering Rebranding Internet Explorer

Although Internet Explorer is one of the oldest browsers, most of the present internet users either use Google Chrome or Firefox. Even some people at Microsoft use other browsers instead of Internet Explorer. However, lately it’s been reported that Microsoft is considering rebranding Internet Explorer.

By On August 15, 2014 Respond
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World’s Largest PC Maker Lenovo Now Sells More Smartphones Than PCs

World’s Largest PC Maker Lenovo Now Sells More Smartphones Than PCs

Chinese multinational computer technology company Lenovo is the world’s largest PC maker. Besides making PCs, the company also designs, develops, manufactures and sells smartphones and so many things. But the very interesting thing is Lenovo now sells more smartphones than PCs.

By On August 15, 2014 Respond
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Japanese Scientists Developed World’s Fastest Camera That Shoots 4.4 Trillion Frames Per Second

Japanese Scientists Developed World’s Fastest Camera That Shoots 4.4 Trillion Frames Per Second

A high-speed camera is a device used for recording fast-moving objects as a photographic image(s) onto a storage medium. After recording, the images stored on the medium can be played back in slow-motion. However, Japanese scientists now claim that they have created world’s fastest camera that can shoot a whooping 4.4 trillion frames per second.

By On August 15, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Developed A Smartphone That Can Be Charged By Sound

Researchers Developed A Smartphone That Can Be Charged By Sound

Battery life is one of the most critical issues for smartphone vendors and users. Until now, we have seen so many amazing technologies to recharge phones in a smart way and shortly. And now, a team of scientists from the Queen Mary University of London in collaboration with Nokia has developed such a smartphone that can be charged by sound.

By On August 14, 2014 Respond
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