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Moto G Components Cost $123, Leaves Google Less Than 5% Profit Margin

Moto G Components Cost $123, Leaves Google Less Than 5% Profit Margin

Google has astonished the smartphone industry with its $199 offering, the 4.5-inch Moto G. TechInsights has now calculated that Moto G components cost nearly $123, leaving Google a tiny margin of less than 5%.

By On December 8, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Will Sell The $299 Dell Windows 8.1 Tablet For $99, Only On Monday!

Microsoft Will Sell The $299 Dell Windows 8.1 Tablet For $99, Only On Monday!

Microsoft is gearing up to unveil its holiday deals. The company will be starting 12 days of deals and promotions starting from Monday. On the first day, Microsoft will be offering the $299 Dell Windows 8.1 slate with a massive discount, priced at $99.

By On December 7, 2013 Respond
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Apple Says 74% Of App Store Users Running iOS 7

Apple Says 74% Of App Store Users Running iOS 7

Earlier we reported that within 48 hours of being released, 32% iOS users started to use iOS 7. Lately, Apple has updated its developer website for the iOS App Store to show the distribution of devices on different versions of iOS. According to Apple, 74% of App Store users are now running iOS 7.

By On December 6, 2013 Respond
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Google Wallet For iOS Updated, Add Credit Cards Simply By Snapping Pictures

Google Wallet For iOS Updated, Add Credit Cards Simply By Snapping Pictures

Google has updated its official Google Wallet app for iOS devices. The company has added a cool new feature which allows users to add new credit cards simply by snapping their pictures using an iPhone camera.

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Next-Gen USB Type-C Connector Will Bring Ultra-Fast 10Gbps Speed!

Next-Gen USB Type-C Connector Will Bring Ultra-Fast 10Gbps Speed!

USB connectors have significantly evolved since the nifty device first made its debut. USB 3.0 Promoter Group has now revealed that the next-gen Type-C USB connector is in the works and that it packs a slim and reversible design.

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NSA Tracks Cell Phone Location Data Globally

NSA Tracks Cell Phone Location Data Globally

Edward Snowden’s leaked documents continue to make startling revelations. Washington Post has now published a piece about one of these documents, unveiling how NSA tracks the cell phone location data of countless users worldwide.

By On December 5, 2013 Respond
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New Apple Patent Talks About iPhone Facial Recognition Feature

New Apple Patent Talks About iPhone Facial Recognition Feature

We have been hearing for some time that Apple may build a facial recognition security feature into its iPhone handsets. A new Apple patent tends to affirm this notion by exploring the use of face detection to activate select features on Apple products.

By On December 4, 2013 Respond
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Have A Superb Power Nap Anytime, Anywhere With Ostrich Pillow

Have A Superb Power Nap Anytime, Anywhere With Ostrich Pillow

Many people often snooze while travelling. Some people even doze in office, specially after lunch. Most probably keeping that in mind, European design house Studio Banana Things has made Ostrich Pillow, a pillow which can be carried easily all the time and help you to have a superb power nap anytime, everywhere.

By On December 4, 2013 Respond
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Artist Creates Stunningly Realistic Painting Of Morgan Freeman Using iPad

Artist Creates Stunningly Realistic Painting Of Morgan Freeman Using iPad

iPad may be the most popular tablet brand in the world but not many truly utilize the slate. So can’t be said of Kyle Lambert, an artist who has now created a breath-takingly realistic painting of Morgan Freeman on his iPad tablet.

By On December 4, 2013 Respond
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Android’s Strange List Of 1400 Banished Words Revealed

Android’s Strange List Of 1400 Banished Words Revealed

Many of us use Android’s Google Keyboard to speed up all that typing on our handsets. However, it has now been revealed that autocomplete feature of Google Keyboard filters out 1400 select words when suggesting autocomplete options.

By On December 4, 2013 Respond
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40% iPads Sold On Black Friday Were Purchased By Android Users

40% iPads Sold On Black Friday Were Purchased By Android Users

Although Android is the largest mobile platform right now in terms of numbers, it would appear that Android users aren’t very loyal. Black Friday numbers reveal that nearly 40% of all iPads sold on the day were purchased from Andorid handsets.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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[Deal] Microsoft Offering Big Price Reduction For Cyber Monday

[Deal] Microsoft Offering Big Price Reduction For Cyber Monday

Microsoft is offering sale on various eclectic products for Cyber Monday which including discounts on two huge Xbox One bundles. Details with links inside.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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Dell Unveils 32-Inch 4K Monitor Priced At $3500

Dell Unveils 32-Inch 4K Monitor Priced At $3500

A number of TVs featuring 4K display resolution have hit the market in the recent past. In comparison, 4K computer monitors are still rare and Dell has added one to the list by unveiling UltraSharp 32 4K monitor.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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Get $25 Windows Store Gift Card On New Windows 8 & 8.1 PC Purchases

Get $25 Windows Store Gift Card On New Windows 8 & 8.1 PC Purchases

With the holiday season on full swing, Microsoft has also come up with its own holiday deal. The company is now offering $25 Windows Store gift card on the purchase of every new Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 PC.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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MIT Created A Camera That Can Take 3D Photos In The Dark

MIT Created A Camera That Can Take 3D Photos In The Dark

One of the most basic rules for taking a picture is light. The more light is available to record an object or a landscape, the higher the chances of the photo turning out to be very good. But seems like the advanced technology in present world is about to change the basic rules of everything. Lately, a team of researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has created such a camera that can take 3D photos in the dark.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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