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GPS-enabled Smart Shoes ‘LeChal’ Launched To Show You Direction

GPS-enabled Smart Shoes ‘LeChal’ Launched To Show You Direction

Imagine you are alone and heavily plastered and can’t remember where you live, but the address/location is stored in your phone. But you are in a position to use that. In this situation, how will you go to your home? Well, your shoes will take you to your sweet home!

By On August 31, 2014 Respond
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Apple May Launch Its 12.9-inch iPad In Early 2015

Apple May Launch Its 12.9-inch iPad In Early 2015

Since the last report of Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad, we haven’t heard anything new from Apple or any other source. But now, we have come to know that Apple is about to unveil the 12.9-inch iPad in early 2015.

By On August 29, 2014 Respond
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Dong Nguyens’ Latest Game Swing Copters Accused Of Copying Bog Racer

Dong Nguyens’ Latest Game Swing Copters Accused Of Copying Bog Racer

Open game, the creators of Bog Racer has sent an email to many apps related websites claiming that Swing Copters has stolen its game mechanics. It is almost sure that Bog Racer VS Swing Copters war is going to heat up the media for the next few days.

By On August 28, 2014 Respond
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Desire 510: HTC’s “Most Affordable” 4G Android Smartphone

Desire 510: HTC’s “Most Affordable” 4G Android Smartphone

For the past few months we have heard that Taiwanese manufacturer HTC would launch its “most affordable” Android smartphone soon. And lately, HTC HTC has unveiled Desire 510, which the company claims its “most affordable” 4G Android smartphone.

By On August 27, 2014 Respond
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Magic Cook: An Impressive Container That Lets You Cook Anywhere Without Fire, Electricity Or Gas!

Magic Cook: An Impressive Container That Lets You Cook Anywhere Without Fire, Electricity Or Gas!

Without fire, electricity or gas, you can’t cook, right? But what if I tell you now that, you can cook without fire, electricity or gas? Yes, you heard me right. There’s an impressive container called Magic Cook that lets you cook anywhere without electricity, fire or gas!

By On August 26, 2014 Respond
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Plan B: An Open Source 3D Printer That Creates Detailed 3D Models Using Old Printer Parts

Plan B: An Open Source 3D Printer That Creates Detailed 3D Models Using Old Printer Parts

3D printers are becoming very much popular. Every 3D printers, now-a-days, equip new parts and they create some superb 3D models. But, Yvo de Haas has created Plan B, an open source 3D printer that lets people print solid plastic objects by binding a thin layer of plastic powder with an old printer head.

By On August 25, 2014 Respond
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3DPrinterOS: World’s First Open 3D Printing OS, Rules All Other 3D Printers

3DPrinterOS: World’s First Open 3D Printing OS, Rules All Other 3D Printers

3D printers are now becoming common. In fact, they are becoming a great helpful to us. But not all the 3D printers run on the same OS and there are some 3D printers that are quite complex to run. Hence, many people become disinterested using them. But lately, engineers have built 3DPrinterOS, the world’s first open 3D Printing OS that is able to rule all other 3D printers.

By On August 25, 2014 Respond
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runScribe: A New Device That Helps Wearer Run Better, Smarter And Safer

runScribe: A New Device That Helps Wearer Run Better, Smarter And Safer

Now a days, wearable devices or things are getting smarter. Earlier we have seen so many smart wearable things. Now, there’s a new Kickstarter project called runScribe, which is actually a tiny sensor that attaches to wearer’s shoes and will help him/her run better, smarter and safer.

By On August 24, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft May Unveil Windows 9 On September 30, Possibly To Feature One-click Upgrade Button

Microsoft May Unveil Windows 9 On September 30, Possibly To Feature One-click Upgrade Button

Microsoft’s upcoming OS is Windows 9. At present, it is being heard that Microsoft may unveil Windows 9 on September 30. Besides, rumor is swirling around that Windows 9 may feature one-click upgrade button.

By On August 24, 2014 Respond
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Swiss Starup Noonee Launches A ‘Wearable Chair’ To Sit Anywhere

Swiss Starup Noonee Launches A ‘Wearable Chair’ To Sit Anywhere

Swiss startup Noonee brings the ultimate chair solutions as they offer wearable mechatronic technology based chair which lets you to sit anywhere without a chair.

By On August 24, 2014 Respond
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[Current No.1] Circle The Dot: Trap The Blue Dot Before It Escapes

[Current No.1] Circle The Dot: Trap The Blue Dot Before It Escapes

Circle The Dot is super addictive but pretty simple game which is currently hitting the first place of iOS App Store. Walk through the game, you have to surround the BLUE dot within a circle made by ORANGE dot and it seems almost impossible.

By On August 21, 2014 1 Response
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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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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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[Tutorial] Expand RAM On Your Android Device Up To 4GB

[Tutorial] Expand RAM On Your Android Device Up To 4GB

Do you want to expand the RAM on your Android device? Here’s an app that will let you expanding RAM up to 4GB! What you need is a good SD card.

By On August 18, 2014 Respond
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