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First Hands-On Video Of ‘Android Wear’ Is Here

First Hands-On Video Of ‘Android Wear’ Is Here

Google launched Android Wear amid lot of fanfare. The operating system for smartwatches hinted that Google is ready to enter the wearable market. Now, the first hands-on video of Android Wear has surfaced, running atop an LG smartwatch.

By On May 30, 2014 Respond
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Real Racing 3 Gets Le Mans Content, Split-Screen Mode & More Updates

Real Racing 3 Gets Le Mans Content, Split-Screen Mode & More Updates

Real Racing 3 has got some major updates which will boost the ultimate endurance racing cars. It also brings the most-anticipated night racing mode, spil-screen multiplayer for local area network mode, Porsche Time Trial Competition, Le Mans Campaign and many more.

By On May 30, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft Is Readying Smartwatch Compatible With iPhone, Android And Windows Phone

Microsoft Is Readying Smartwatch Compatible With iPhone, Android And Windows Phone

The race in the smartwatch market seems to be heating up. Reports have it that Microsoft also plans to debut a smartwatch of its own soon. Surprisingly, this smartwatch will be compatible not only with Windows Phone handsets but also with iPhone and Android smartphones.

By On May 30, 2014 Respond
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ARA Brings A New Augmented Reality System, Much Better Than Google Glass For Soldiers

ARA Brings A New Augmented Reality System, Much Better Than Google Glass For Soldiers

Google Glass may have enjoyed the unique position of being the primary brand of wearable glasses, but there are other who are tinkering with similar technologies. U.S. military, for instance, commissioned ARC4 which is a head-mounted augmented reality system.

By On May 29, 2014 2 Responses
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Mealspec Announces Flameless Heater Which Can Cook Actual Food

Mealspec Announces Flameless Heater Which Can Cook Actual Food

Flameless heaters are nothing new. They have long been used to cook up rationed food by the U.S. military and are now becoming popular with the outdoor-camping crowd. Mealspec recently unveiled a new ‘Heater’ bag which is one of the most effective flameless heaters in the market.

By On May 28, 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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Hacker Locks Down Apple Devices Remotely And Demands Ransom

Hacker Locks Down Apple Devices Remotely And Demands Ransom

Typically, hackers install ransomware on a targeted machine with the help of a malware. But some Australian users have found that a hacker has used the ‘Find My iPhone’ feature to lock down their iPhone, iPad devices and Mac machines all at once.

By On May 27, 2014 Respond
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Apple To Include Touch ID To Every New iPhone And iPad

Apple To Include Touch ID To Every New iPhone And iPad

Apple brought its Touch ID fingerprint detection technology last year with the launch of iPhone 5S. Last month, we reported that Touch ID may come to new iPads soon. And lately, an analyst has mentioned that Apple will include Touch ID not only to new iPad, but also to all new iPhone.

By On May 27, 2014 Respond
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Apple Shows Off iPad’s Creative Uses In Video Series

Apple Shows Off iPad’s Creative Uses In Video Series

Typically, we use our tablets for mundane tasks such as games, entertainment, looking up email or reading an article. A kind of trimmed-down, third-rate computing experience. Apple’s new videos show iPad in a different light, as a tablet which can be used as a key computing device.

By On May 26, 2014 Respond
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Sony To Sell PS4 In China

Sony To Sell PS4 In China

Last month, Microsoft announced that it’d bring Xbox One in China. Following Microsoft, lately Sony has announced that it’ll sell PlayStation 4 (PS4) in China too.

By On May 26, 2014 Respond
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[Review] Stimulating Game ‘Grid Puzzle’ Makes Your Brain Sharp

[Review] Stimulating Game ‘Grid Puzzle’ Makes Your Brain Sharp

‘Grid Puzzle‘ is a super addictive game. It’s easy to learn, but difficult to be a master. You have to fill up the appropriate cells based on given clues which seems pretty tough. But there is a game character named Dr. Nono, who will assist you through the gameplay tutorial and further on.

By On May 25, 2014 Respond
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Thousands Of Medical Students Watch Surgical Operation Live Streamed Using Google Glass

Thousands Of Medical Students Watch Surgical Operation Live Streamed Using Google Glass

We have seen many intriguing uses of Google Glass ever since the wearable debuted. Now, a surgeon has pushed the envelope further by using Glass during a surgical operation, allowing thousands of medical students to stream the operation live as it happened.

By On May 24, 2014 Respond
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Kairos Smartwatch Is The Perfect Blend Of Function And Fashion

Kairos Smartwatch Is The Perfect Blend Of Function And Fashion

The fires have been shot in the smartwatch race but the contestants are still to begin their blitzes. Samsung has led the charge with lackluster offerings but a new smartwatch from Kairos may blow all competition to the wind.

By On May 23, 2014 Respond
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Apple Finally Sorts Out The iMessage Bug

Apple Finally Sorts Out The iMessage Bug

Apple has come under criticism in recent days when it was revealed that an iMessage bug prevented some former iPhone owners from receiving texts on an Android handset. The company now says that it has sorted out the problem.

By On May 23, 2014 Respond
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HP Unveils ‘HP 7 Plus’, A $100 Quad-Core Android Tablet

HP Unveils ‘HP 7 Plus’, A $100 Quad-Core Android Tablet

Although HP hasn’t fared very well in the low-budged tablet market, the company keeps trying. HP has now unveiled a $100 slate which packs a quad-core chip and runs Android Jelly Bean.

By On May 23, 2014 Respond
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