Archive for the ‘Electronics’ Category

Polaroid XS100i: A Budget-friendly Waterproof Wi-Fi Video Camera For Families And Kids

Polaroid XS100i: A Budget-friendly Waterproof Wi-Fi Video Camera For Families And Kids

Looking for a budget-friendly waterproof Wi-Fi equipped video camera? Then you may think about Polaroid XS100i. It is a budget-friendly waterproof Wi-Fi camera for families and kids.

By On July 23, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Apple Released iOS 8 Beta 4, Comes With Tips App And Bug Fixes

Apple Released iOS 8 Beta 4, Comes With Tips App And Bug Fixes

Apple has released iOS 8 Beta 4 for developers. This update brings Tips App, further design enhancements and bug fixes. Details inside…

By On July 22, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Samsung Unleashed ‘Level’, A Strong Contender Of Beats Headphones

Samsung Unleashed ‘Level’, A Strong Contender Of Beats Headphones

Beats headphones are simply just awesome in terms of bass sound quality. There are many headphones in the market, but nothing comes closer to Beats headphone. But lately, Samsung has unleashed a headphone called Level which is touted to be a strong contender of Beats headphone.

By On July 18, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Researchers Found Security Holes In LastPass’ Online Password Manager, But No Need To Panic

Researchers Found Security Holes In LastPass’ Online Password Manager, But No Need To Panic

LastPass is one of the free and most popular online password managers where people can store user name/ID and password of different web accounts. Lately it’s been reported that researchers have found security holes in LastPass online password manager.

By On July 14, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
MIT Designs 3D Printed Ring ‘FingerReader’ That Helps Blind People Read In Real Time

MIT Designs 3D Printed Ring ‘FingerReader’ That Helps Blind People Read In Real Time

We know that blind people can read those things written in Braille system. But researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has designed a 3D printed ring called FingerReader that helps blind people read in real time.

By On July 11, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Beware! Lots Of Tiny Device Are There To Steal Credit Card Data, Almost Impossible To Detect

Beware! Lots Of Tiny Device Are There To Steal Credit Card Data, Almost Impossible To Detect

Technology has both advantages and disadvantages. While many technologies are there to prevent hack, at the same time there are some technologies as well as devices that are used directly or indirectly for hacking. Do you know that there are some tiny devices that can steal credit card data? And the very scary thing about these devices is they are very to detect.

By On July 11, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
400 TeraWatt-hours Of Energy Wasted Annually By Networked Devices!

400 TeraWatt-hours Of Energy Wasted Annually By Networked Devices!

We often use network devices to connect multiple electronic devices at a time for different purposes. But lately, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has revealed that the networked devices waste 400 terawatt-hours of energy annually.

By On July 8, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Philips I908 Might Be The Slimmest Smartphone In The World

Philips I908 Might Be The Slimmest Smartphone In The World

A few months ago, Philips unveiled a 6-inch phablet named I928. And now, Philips is ready to reveal I908, a mini version of the I928. However, lately it’s been reported that I908 might be the slimmest smartphone in the world.

By On July 8, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Pavlok: A Wristband That Gives Sleepy Headed People Small Electric Shock

Pavlok: A Wristband That Gives Sleepy Headed People Small Electric Shock

It’s really hard to wake up a sleepy head person. The alarm clock keeps ringing and instead of waking up, some people snooze or stop it and go to sleep again. But the scenario is going to be obsolete. Maneesh Sethi has created a wristband named Pavlok which will give a small shock to these types of obstinate person to change their habit.

By On July 6, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
PocketScan – The World’s Smallest Wireless Scanner [KickStarter]

PocketScan – The World’s Smallest Wireless Scanner [KickStarter]

In office, many people often need to scan. Just imagine, you put something on a thing and that thing instantly got scanned – isn’t that great? Well, that ‘something’ is not very far away. Swiss startup Dacuda claims it has created the world’s first and the smallest wireless scanner called PocketScan.

By On July 2, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Windows 9 Preview May Arrive Later This Year

Windows 9 Preview May Arrive Later This Year

At the beginning of this year, we reported that Microsoft may release Windows 9 in April 2015. But that didn’t happen. And lately, sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans have mentioned that instead of Windows 9, Windows 9 Preview may arrive later this year.

By On July 2, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Google Cardboard: The Weirdest Thing At Google I/O 2014

Google Cardboard: The Weirdest Thing At Google I/O 2014

Each year at I/O, Google gives all of the developers in the audience a gift. Some years it’s a tablet while some years, it’s a laptop. But this year at I/O, Google has given the attendees a piece of cardboard! Actually it’s an app that lets Android users transform their phones into Virtual Reality headsets.

By On June 26, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Microsoft Makes Opera The Default Browser For All Nokia X Devices

Microsoft Makes Opera The Default Browser For All Nokia X Devices

After buying the smartphone division of Nokia, Microsoft hinted that it would make Android smartphones. Last year, Microsoft launched Nokia X, and this year, the company has introduced Nokia X2, the successor of Nokia X smartphone. The most buzzing news is that Microsoft has made Opera the default browser for all Nokia X devices.

By On June 26, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Nano Inventory Is A-Must-Have Inventory Management App For iOS [Giveaway]

Nano Inventory Is A-Must-Have Inventory Management App For iOS [Giveaway]

Nano Inventory is a must-have app for all businessman even for personal use as it helps to control the inventory. It will saves plenty of times by maintaining your inventory programs including keeping a directory of products, maintaining records of incomes and many more. We have promo codes for our reader for this premium app, keep reading to find out how to get one.

By On June 24, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Read How A Hacker Nabbed $600,000+ In Two Months By Googling People’s Home Networks

Read How A Hacker Nabbed $600,000+ In Two Months By Googling People’s Home Networks

It is said that hacking is an art. Sometimes a hacker does something so brilliant that we can’t help but marvel at it. However, lately we’ve come to know that a hacker has nabbed $600,000+ in two months just by Googling people’s home networks!

By On June 19, 2014 Respond
Add To Bookmark Add To Readlist  
Topic List
Close You Have To Login
User:
Pass:
Login With »Login With TwitterLogin With Facebook