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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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Mini Mobile Robotic Printer Gets Roaring Success On KickStarter

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer Gets Roaring Success On KickStarter

Most probably this is one of the innovative projects on KickStarter – a Mini Mobile Robotic printer that you can carry in your pocket. It is amazing because like many other mobile devices, it turns the until-now bulky printer into a sleek, small device.

By On May 5, 2014 Respond
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A Short List Of Hidden Android Secret Codes For Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, LG And Other Devices

A Short List Of Hidden Android Secret Codes For Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, LG And Other Devices

Android OS running handsets have enormous secret codes which you may not know. So today, we have come up with a list containing hidden Android secret codes for Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, LG and other devices.

By On May 5, 2014 Respond
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iPad’s Market Share Plummets, Samsung Gains

iPad’s Market Share Plummets, Samsung Gains

Apple continues to the be the most dominant player in the tablet market but Samsung is closing in fast. Over the last year, iPad’s market share has plummeted by 16.1% while Samsung has gained five points to reach 22.3% of the market share.

By On May 2, 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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Find Your Parked Vehicle Quickly Thanks To Google Now

Find Your Parked Vehicle Quickly Thanks To Google Now

If you park a vehicle in a huge parking space, it is often a nightmare to find the car again on the way back. Google Now aims to resolve this problem with a new feature which lets you keep track of the parked car.

By On May 2, 2014 Respond
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Panasonic Made World’s Largest 4K Display, Fit At A Horse Race Track

Panasonic Made World’s Largest 4K Display, Fit At A Horse Race Track

Panasonic has made the world’s largest 4K ultra-high-definition LED video screen called ‘Big Board’ within 4 months. The mammoth screen weighs 1.2 million pounds and viewers will be able to see the giant screen clearly from about 1,000 feet away.

By On April 30, 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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PiPhone: A Raspberry Pi Powered DIY Cellphone

PiPhone: A Raspberry Pi Powered DIY Cellphone

We have seen many innovations in the handset arena recently, from unique hardware to highly affordable units. David Hunt has now plugged a Raspberry-Pi together with some off-the-shelf hardware to create a fully-functional DIY cellphone.

By On April 29, 2014 Respond
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The Battleground: Nexus 5 vs OnePlus One

The Battleground: Nexus 5 vs OnePlus One

When Google unveiled Nexus 5 with excellent specs but a considerably affordable price tag, it was a huge win for the company. But here’s a new handset, the OnePlus One, which threatens to beat Nexus 5 at its own turf. Read a quick comparison of the two below.

By On April 27, 2014 1 Response
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Touch ID May Come To iPads Soon, iOS 7.1 Code Hints

Touch ID May Come To iPads Soon, iOS 7.1 Code Hints

Analysts and developers often take a keen look into Apple’s software code to discern hints for future upgrades and features. One such hint in iOS 7.1 now reveals that Apple may be gearing up to bring Touch ID to iPad slates soon.

By On April 26, 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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77% US And Canadian Tablet Web Traffic Comes From iPad

77% US And Canadian Tablet Web Traffic Comes From iPad

The tablet market in North America has rapidly expanded in size over the past two years. Despite this market-wide growth, iPad continues to be the dominant brand, commanding 77% of all tablet web traffic from US and Canada.

By On April 26, 2014 Respond
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Flappy48 Is A Crazy Mash-up Of Flappy Bird And 2048

Flappy48 Is A Crazy Mash-up Of Flappy Bird And 2048

Remember Flappy Bird, the game where we had to swear and scream in frustration while the bird flew a whimsical flight? And the fun rules of 2048? Well, here’s a mashup which combines the crazy, fun elements of both games into one: the Flappy48.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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