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Google Prepares A Chrome Plug-In For Email Encryption

Google Prepares A Chrome Plug-In For Email Encryption

Although email is one of the most popular modes of communication on the web, email encryption isn’t very prevalent. Google now hopes to change that by preparing a Chrome plug-in that can enable end-to-end email encryption.

By On June 5, 2014 Respond
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Lookout: All-in-one Security App Uses Camera To Take Picture of Thief

Lookout: All-in-one Security App Uses Camera To Take Picture of Thief

Lookout is mobile security app which can protect any iOS device or Android device from theft, contact data loss or any other threats that can be risk for your personal information. It can automatically take selfie of thief whoever stole your smartphone!

By On June 4, 2014 Respond
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OS X Yosemite: Apple Brings Desktop Closer To iOS, Available For Free

OS X Yosemite: Apple Brings Desktop Closer To iOS, Available For Free

Apple has been trying to bring its mobile and desktop platforms closer for a while now. With the new OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Apple is finally taking a huge stride towards that goal. The new version of OS X packs stunning design elements and features from iOS.

By On June 3, 2014 Respond
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Galaxy S5: S Health Can Now Track Your Stress Levels

Galaxy S5: S Health Can Now Track Your Stress Levels

Samsung really upped the ante on fitness apps by offering S Health in Galaxy S5 handsets. The company has now rolled out an update to the S Health app, allowing the app to discern your stress levels in real-time.

By On May 27, 2014 Respond
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15-Year-Old Student Wins Intel Prize For Making Software That Detects Cancer-Causing Genes

15-Year-Old Student Wins Intel Prize For Making Software That Detects Cancer-Causing Genes

International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) competition is the world’s largest high school science research competition. This year, Intel has awarded first prize to a 15-year-old student, Nathan Han, for making a software that can study the mutations of a gene linked to breast cancer.

By On May 20, 2014 Respond
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Intel To Ship Open-Source Galileo 2.0 Computers This Summer

Intel To Ship Open-Source Galileo 2.0 Computers This Summer

Last year, Intel unveiled Galileo, an open-source, uncased computer that costs little. This year, the company has readied Galileo 2.0 which the company will start to ship this summer.

By On May 16, 2014 Respond
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Seagate Unveils 1.5TB ‘Samsung Wireless’ With Wi-Fi, Battery

Seagate Unveils 1.5TB ‘Samsung Wireless’ With Wi-Fi, Battery

If you hate the need to plug in and plug out your external hard drive when connecting to your computer or a mobile device, here are some good news for you. Seagate has unveiled a new drive called ‘Samsung Wireless’ which includes Wi-Fi and a built-in battery.

By On May 14, 2014 Respond
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Time For Some Affordable And Effective PC Watercooling

Time For Some Affordable And Effective PC Watercooling

Do you have a mammoth desktop PC that you play games on or put to any other exhaustive work? You must have come across the issue of adequately cooling down the system. PC watercooling is a cutting-edge solution for that and this article helps you decide what hardware gear you should choose.

By On May 13, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Create Brain-Like Circuit Board, 9000x Faster Than Current Computers

Researchers Create Brain-Like Circuit Board, 9000x Faster Than Current Computers

As we delve deeper into the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), there is an increasingly greater stress on creating human brain-like circuits. A new circuit called ‘Neurogrid’ is a significant step towards that goal as it imitates brain and is 9000 times faster than current computers.

By On May 8, 2014 Respond
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World’s First 4TB 2.5-inch SSD Unveiled By SanDisk, Born To Change The Game

World’s First 4TB 2.5-inch SSD Unveiled By SanDisk, Born To Change The Game

Storage has always been a major limitation of Solid State Drives (SSDs). It seems like SanDisk is about to change that. Lately, the company has announced world’s first 2.5-inch size equipped 4TB SSD in its Optimus MAX product based on 19-nanometer process technology

By On May 6, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft Finally Fixes Critical IE Bug, Also On Windows XP

Microsoft Finally Fixes Critical IE Bug, Also On Windows XP

It would appear that despite having pulled the official plug on Windows XP, Microsoft is still rolling out some support for the platform. The company has rolled out a patch to fix the critical Internet Explorer bug revealed recently, and the patch has been offered for Windows XP as well.

By On May 2, 2014 Respond
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Apple Unveils New MacBook Air Line-Up With Haswell Processors

Apple Unveils New MacBook Air Line-Up With Haswell Processors

After a lot of speculation, Apple has finally unveiled its new MacBook Air line-up. The new line-up packs the expected Haswell processors and there has been a drop of $100 in the prices of all models compared to the last line-up.

By On April 29, 2014 Respond
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Transcend Unveils Up To 960GB Of JetDrive SSD Upgrade Kits For MacBook Air And Pro

Transcend Unveils Up To 960GB Of JetDrive SSD Upgrade Kits For MacBook Air And Pro

If you own a MacBook Air or a Retina MacBook Pro, here is some great news. You can stop fussing about the limited internal storage space of your machines and lay your hands on the new JetDrive SSD Upgrade kits from Transcend which can add up to 960GB SSD space to your machine.

By On April 26, 2014 Respond
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iDrive Offers 50 GB iOS Cloud Storage For $0.99

iDrive Offers 50 GB iOS Cloud Storage For $0.99

Cloud storage has become fairly critical to our data-centric digital lives these days. A new entrant in the cloud storage industry has now come up with an extraordinary offer: iDrive is offering 50 GB of cloud storage space to iOS users for a mere $0.99 for a year.

By On April 24, 2014 Respond
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Apple Makes OS X Betas Available For Non-Developers

Apple Makes OS X Betas Available For Non-Developers

Until now, Apple has followed a fairly strict policy of releasing its OS X betas only to its registered developers. The company is now changing this policy, making OS X beta downloads available to non-developers as well.

By On April 24, 2014 Respond
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