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Apple Watch Unveiled Finally, Price Starts At $349

Apple Watch Unveiled Finally, Price Starts At $349

Finally the wait is over. Apple has finally unveiled its long awaited smartwatch, iWatch, but not in the name iWatch, rather in the name Watch.

By On September 10, 2014 Respond
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See A Mother Turning Her 2-year-old Baby’s Scribblings Into Paintings

See A Mother Turning Her 2-year-old Baby’s Scribblings Into Paintings

Give a 2-year-old baby a pencil and a blank paper and then we all can assume what he/she will do with those – scribbling. Ruth Oosterman, a mother as well as a painter, had given her 2-year-old-daughter Eve an ink pen and few blank sketch papers and with those the kid made lots of scribbling. And what Oosterman did? She converted Eve’s scribbled drawings into painting!

By On September 9, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Developed Battery-less Pacemaker, Powered By Heartbeats

Scientists Developed Battery-less Pacemaker, Powered By Heartbeats

In order to balance the heart-beat of an imbalanced heart patient, we use pacemaker. Every artificial pacemaker comes with batteries. As the pacemaker is artificial, so it can’t run without batteries. But now, scientists have developed a new pacemaker that doesn’t need batteries and powers the patient’s heart.

By On September 9, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Developed Flexible Solar Cell That Can Be Woven Into Fabric

Scientists Developed Flexible Solar Cell That Can Be Woven Into Fabric

Scientists have been trying for decades to develop functional, flexible solar cells, because they could be integrated into fabrics and used to coat irregular shapes and surfaces. And now scientists at Fudan University in Shanghai have developed polymer solar cells that are light, flexible, cheap to produce, and thin enough to be used in fabrics.

By On September 8, 2014 Respond
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NASA To Launch 3D Printer To ISS First Time On September 19

NASA To Launch 3D Printer To ISS First Time On September 19

Space agency NASA has created a 3D printer in collaboration with Mountain View, California-based company Made in Space Inc. This 3D printer has the size of a small microwave and is mainly designed as a proof of concept to see if printing in zero gravity can create objects that are as accurate and as strong as those produced by a printer on Earth.

By On September 8, 2014 Respond
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ICReach: NSA’s Own And Secret Google-like Search Engine

ICReach: NSA’s Own And Secret Google-like Search Engine

Everyone knows that national security agencies of a country like FBI, CIA as well National Security Agency (NSA) have a lot of secret information of the world. It appears to us that they are like another Google. But now it’s been revealed that NSA has its own and secret Google-like search engine called ICReach!

By On September 7, 2014 Respond
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Google Selling ‘Explorer Edition’ On The Play Store

Google Selling ‘Explorer Edition’ On The Play Store

Google Glass is one of the superb examples of modern science and wearable device. Since the very beginning, the Glass has attracted people and won their heart. Later, Google unveiled its Glass Explorer and sold to only U.S. residents. But now, anyone can buy the Explorer Edition Glass as it is available on the Pay Store.

By On September 7, 2014 Respond
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HTC Announced Mid-range Smartphone Desire 820, Possibly Could Change The Fate

HTC Announced Mid-range Smartphone Desire 820, Possibly Could Change The Fate

Until now, Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has released so many mid-range smartphones. Very few of them massively attracted users, while most haven’t. But lately, HTC has announced another mid-range smartphone named Desire 820, the successor to the popular HTC Desire 816, which the company claims could change the fate of the company.

By On September 7, 2014 1 Response
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Microsoft Launched Lumia 830, Packs 10MP PureView Camera And More

Microsoft Launched Lumia 830, Packs 10MP PureView Camera And More

Microsoft has high expectation with its Lumia smartphones. Lately, the software giant has launched its newest member of its Lumia smartphone family, the Lumia 830. The phones packs 10MP PureView camera along with many other attractive features.

By On September 6, 2014 Respond
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Apple Holding An Event On Sep 9, May Unveil iWatch And New iPad

Apple Holding An Event On Sep 9, May Unveil iWatch And New iPad

Apple is going to hold an event September 9. Many people are eagerly waiting to see what products Apple will unveil on that very day. In the meantime, many people have started speculating about the products. However, tech analysts have uttered that on September 9 event, Apple may unveil new iPad and long awaited smartwatch, iWatch.

By On September 5, 2014 Respond
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NVIDIA Filed Patent Infringement Against Samsung And Qualcomm

NVIDIA Filed Patent Infringement Against Samsung And Qualcomm

Although Apple and Samsung has decided not to fight anymore with each other regarding patent related things, but it seems like Samsung has got a new rival – NVIDIA. Lately, NVIDIA has filed patent lawsuits not against just Samsung only, but also against Qualcomm, claiming that both the companies are infringing upon its graphics chip patents.

By On September 5, 2014 Respond
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Freemarket: A New Online Marketplace Launched By Freelancer.com To Sell Domain Names And Websites

Freemarket: A New Online Marketplace Launched By Freelancer.com To Sell Domain Names And Websites

Freelancer.com is an ASX-listed outsourcing website. It is founded by Australian tech entrepreneur Matt Barrie. Lately, Freelancer.com has launched a new online marketplace called Freemarket for buying and selling websites and domain names.

By On September 5, 2014 Respond
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Google To Make Its Own Quantum Processors

Google To Make Its Own Quantum Processors

Google is a curious web search company with its hand in almost everything – from wearable devices to robots. The company already has access to a quantum computing device for artificial intelligence experiments. But now, Google has decided to make its own Quantum processors.

By On September 5, 2014 1 Response
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Scientists Send Messages Directly From One Brain To Another

Scientists Send Messages Directly From One Brain To Another

The functionality of a human brain is really mysterious. Human body part receives a message, then it goes to the mind, mind reads and understands it and then acts accordingly. But is it possible to send messages directly from one brain to another? Until now, it might have been not possible, but now it’s possible. Lately, scientists have sent messages directly from one brain to another.

By On September 4, 2014 Respond
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3D Printed Robotic Birds Made To Protect Real Birds, Trials Undergoing

3D Printed Robotic Birds Made To Protect Real Birds, Trials Undergoing

Birds often pose a real threat to the aviation industry as they get stuck in airplane engines and raise serious issues. So, a Netherlands based company has created 3D printed robotic birds that will scare away real birds from danger. These robotic birds will be controlled via a remote control and now are being tested.

By On September 3, 2014 Respond
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