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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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Careful Ladies! Birth Control Pills Can Halve The Size Of Your Ovaries

Careful Ladies! Birth Control Pills Can Halve The Size Of Your Ovaries

Although birth control pills resist woman from becoming pregnant, which is a good thing from one point of view, at the same time from the other point of view, they have an equal and opposite reaction. A new study shows that birth control pills can halve the size of woman’s ovaries.

By On August 13, 2014 Respond
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[Video] Recycled Smartphones May Save The Forest

[Video] Recycled Smartphones May Save The Forest

There are many people who cut trees, sell them and spend their lives. But cutting trees should be in limitation. And that’s why San Francisco based start-up by the name of Rainforest Connection has planned to set used Android smartphones in rainforests so that whenever any tree will fall, the phone will capture the sound and inform the right authority to prevent this illegal poaching.

By On August 13, 2014 Respond
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Sense: An iOS Compatible System That Tracks Your Sleep Behavior And Does More Stuffs

Sense: An iOS Compatible System That Tracks Your Sleep Behavior And Does More Stuffs

There are many gadgets in the market that can monitor people’s sleeping habit. But, San Francisco, CA-based startup Hello is trying to create something different. The company is trying to make Sense, an iOS compatible system that will not only track people’s sleep behavior, but also will monitor the environment of their bedroom and reinvent the alarms.

By On August 13, 2014 Respond
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IBM Built “Brain-like” Processor “TrueNorth”, It Can Mimic Human Brain

IBM Built “Brain-like” Processor “TrueNorth”, It Can Mimic Human Brain

IBM has created a customized “brain-like” processor called TrueNorth that can mimic human brain. It comes with a whopping 4,096 processor cores. The chip contains 5.4 billion transistors. Furthermore, it is capable of mimicking 256 million synapses and 1 million human neurons.

By On August 12, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Found Present Wi-Fi Routers Come With Flaws And Reveal Password

Researchers Found Present Wi-Fi Routers Come With Flaws And Reveal Password

Wireless routers are an ideal target for cyber criminals. If the attackers gain control of a router, they can monitor, redirect, block or otherwise tamper with a wide range of online activities. Lately, researchers have found that most of the present Wi-Fi routers in the market come with various kinds of flaws that can reveal password!

By On August 12, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Announced 2 Important Changes To Its Platform Policies Under Games And Proper Use

Facebook Announced 2 Important Changes To Its Platform Policies Under Games And Proper Use

Having outnumbered Likes or fan Following in a page doesn’t mean that all of these are real as these can be bought too. Until now, Facebook has seen such artificial growths in so many pages. So lately, Facebook has announced two important changes to its Platform Policies under games and proper use.

By On August 10, 2014 Respond
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Google Ranking Websites With HTTPS Higher In Its Search Results

Google Ranking Websites With HTTPS Higher In Its Search Results

There are many websites that come with or without HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure). Lately, search giant Google has announced that it is giving HTTPS sites higher search rankings.

By On August 9, 2014 Respond
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NASA Placing A Tiny 3D Printed Space Camera Into CubeSats

NASA Placing A Tiny 3D Printed Space Camera Into CubeSats

NASA is experimenting with small space cameras made almost entirely of 3D printed parts. The technology the agency is using is a bit different from the 3D printing you might be familiar with if you’ve used consumer printers. Like 3D printing with exuded plastic, the pieces are built layer by layer, from the bottom up.

By On August 9, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Invented A Self Assembling Robot That Can Fold Itself And Walk Away

Scientists Invented A Self Assembling Robot That Can Fold Itself And Walk Away

Undoubtedly, robots are typically very complicated devices. It takes quite a long time for anyone to assemble a robot. But lately, two scientists from the Harvard University in the US, have invented such a robot that can assemble and fold itself and then walk away.

By On August 8, 2014 Respond
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