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Intel Unveils Revolutionary SD Card-Sized Dual-Core PC

Intel Unveils Revolutionary SD Card-Sized Dual-Core PC

With the explosive growth of mobile devices, it is only understandable that every vendor wants smaller and faster machines. Addressing the demand, Intel has now unveiled a 22nm dual-core PC that comes in the size of an SD card.

By On January 8, 2014 Respond
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Apple’s 12 Days of Gifts: Day 12 Concludes With ‘The Rolling Stones’ Songs

Apple’s 12 Days of Gifts: Day 12 Concludes With ‘The Rolling Stones’ Songs

Apple’s 12 Days of Gifts has reached its last and final day. The giveaway winds down has approached Day 12 with the most popular three songs by English rock band ‘The Rolling Stones’.

By On January 6, 2014 Respond
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Acer Unveils $130 Iconia B1 Generation-3 Tablet, Comes With Many Improvements

Acer Unveils $130 Iconia B1 Generation-3 Tablet, Comes With Many Improvements

Acer has unveiled a new generation-3 tablet for its Iconia B1 line-up. The tablet, priced at a mere $129.99, includes a great design and a slim build, packing 7 inches of display.

By On January 6, 2014 Respond
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CES 2014: Intel Will Help Launch Computers Running Both Android And Windows

CES 2014: Intel Will Help Launch Computers Running Both Android And Windows

Android is an increasingly popular OS which, thanks to its open-source nature, has found widespread use. Intel is now hoping to make it big in the PC industry by pushing for such computers which can run both Android and Windows.

By On January 5, 2014 Respond
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Hackers Get Cash Out Of ATMs Using Infected USBs

Hackers Get Cash Out Of ATMs Using Infected USBs

ATM machines may look fairly secure pieces of hardware but if they are running Windows XP and have a public USB port, they are no good. Researchers have now revealed how hackers used malware-laden USBs to hack into such ATMs to withdraw cash.

By On January 4, 2014 Respond
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Make A Non-functional Leica Camera Through Assembling A Single Flat Plastic Poster

Make A Non-functional Leica Camera Through Assembling A Single Flat Plastic Poster

German optics company Leica Camera AG manufactures Leica cameras. The first Leica prototypes were built in 1913. However, for Leica’s 100th anniversary, ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi in Brazil, has made a non-functional Leica camera through assembling a single flat plastic poster.

By On January 4, 2014 Respond
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Galaxy S5 Will Launch At MWC 2014, Confirms Samsung

Galaxy S5 Will Launch At MWC 2014, Confirms Samsung

Analysts have made wild speculations as to when Samsung may launch its next flagship. A Korean publication, purportedly quoting a Samsung executive, now claims that the company’s Galaxy S5 handset is due to be launched at MWC 2014.

By On January 3, 2014 Respond
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Virtual Home Lets iPhone 5S Owners Use Touch ID Sensor As Home Button

Virtual Home Lets iPhone 5S Owners Use Touch ID Sensor As Home Button

Virtual Home is a new Cydia tweak that lets you use your Touch ID Sensor as a Home button. That means you can simply just tap/touch the Home button instead of pressing it to go Home and just hold the Home button for multitasking menu.

By On January 3, 2014 Respond
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New Mac Pro Doesn’t Offer Reliable 4K Monitor Support!

New Mac Pro Doesn’t Offer Reliable 4K Monitor Support!

Apple’s new Mac Pro has been around for some days now. While until now, we have been hearing raving reviews about this top-end machine, a review on AnandTech now reveals that the machine arrives with poor 4K monitor support.

By On January 3, 2014 1 Response
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Rumor Comes True, Samsung Making 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro Tablet

Rumor Comes True, Samsung Making 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro Tablet

Since last month, we’ve been hearing a rumor that South Korean giant Samsung is making a 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro tablet. And now it’s been confirmed that Samsung is really making the 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro tablet and plans to unveil it at the MWC 2014.

By On January 3, 2014 Respond
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Samsung Got A Bigger Tablet Boost This Christmas Than Others

Samsung Got A Bigger Tablet Boost This Christmas Than Others

Christmas holidays assist companies to sell as much electronics products as possible. A new data says that South Korean electronics giant Samsung got a bigger tablet boost this Christmas than others.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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Apple Says It Never Worked With NSA On iPhone Backdoors

Apple Says It Never Worked With NSA On iPhone Backdoors

The recent release of a stash of classified NSA documents revealed that the agency can easily bug iOS devices, exploiting backdoors in iPhone handsets. Apple has now stated that it has never worked with NSA to create any such backdoors and as such, is absolutely unaware of them.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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iFile 2 For iOS 7 Finally Arrives In Cydia

iFile 2 For iOS 7 Finally Arrives In Cydia

The untethered jailbreak for iOS 7 devices was released only recently and has already been installed by a huge number of iOS users. Complementing this, a new version of iFile, one of the most wildly popular apps on jailbroken iOS devices, has arrived in Cydia.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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Best Buy To Sell Moto G Smartphone On Verizon Network For $100 With No Contract

Best Buy To Sell Moto G Smartphone On Verizon Network For $100 With No Contract

Verizon has already confirmed that it going to offer Motorola’s Moto G smartphone to its prepaid customers in 2014, but so far it hasn’t revealed any more info than that. But lately, Best Buy has confirmed that it will start selling the Moto G on Verizon network for $99.99 with no contract.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft Ramps Up Work On An All-New Operating System

Microsoft Ramps Up Work On An All-New Operating System

Microsoft is known for Windows, the most popular operating system on planet Earth. However, the company is also working on yet another operating system code-named Midori.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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