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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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Microsoft Unveils Surface Pro 3, The Tablet To Replace Laptops

Microsoft Unveils Surface Pro 3, The Tablet To Replace Laptops

Ever since Microsoft came up with its Surface line-up of tablets, the company has tried to combine full functionality of a laptop with the help of detachable keyboards, with the portability of a mobile device. Lately, Microsoft has unveiled Surface Pro 3. The company claims Surface Pro 3 is able to replace laptops.

By On May 21, 2014 Respond
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ANTVR – A New CrowdFunded ALL-IN-ONE Virtual Reality Kit

ANTVR – A New CrowdFunded ALL-IN-ONE Virtual Reality Kit

ANTVR has made ALL-IN-ONE Universal Virtual Reality Kit which is a virtual reality gaming set for gaming and viewing experience.

By On May 21, 2014 Respond
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15-Year-Old Student Wins Intel Prize For Making Software That Detects Cancer-Causing Genes

15-Year-Old Student Wins Intel Prize For Making Software That Detects Cancer-Causing Genes

International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) competition is the world’s largest high school science research competition. This year, Intel has awarded first prize to a 15-year-old student, Nathan Han, for making a software that can study the mutations of a gene linked to breast cancer.

By On May 20, 2014 Respond
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Cue: An Affordable Lab-In-A-Box For Testing At Home

Cue: An Affordable Lab-In-A-Box For Testing At Home

Imagine being able to conduct a number of simple medical tests at home without the need to go to the lab. That is precisely what Cue embodies. It’s a lab-in-a-box pack that enables you to perform a number of tests and get results on a smartphone app.

By On May 19, 2014 Respond
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Google Hires Top Fashion Expert To Help Market Glass

Google Hires Top Fashion Expert To Help Market Glass

Ever since Google Glass was launched, there have been many privacy concerns raised about it. Not only that, people tend to think it’s a tool only for developers. Google has now hired top fashion expert Ivy Ross to change that perception.

By On May 18, 2014 Respond
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Soon-to-Release ‘Sims 4′ Gets 18+ Rating in Russia, Creates Outrage Amongst Players

Soon-to-Release ‘Sims 4′ Gets 18+ Rating in Russia, Creates Outrage Amongst Players

The latest addition to the popular ‘Sims’ series, Sims 4, gets 18+ rating from Russian government because the game portrays same-sex relationships, and goes against the anti-gay law passed by the country. While enraged gamers throw tantrums at the authority, they deny undoing it, and Electronic Arts stand to defend their decision of the feature.

By On May 18, 2014 Respond
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AT&T Creates Smart Device To Keep Track Of Your Luggage

AT&T Creates Smart Device To Keep Track Of Your Luggage

If you travel frequently, you may have undergone the ordeal of losing your luggage at an airport. AT&T aims to end such issues once and for all with a new smart tracker which is able to keep you updated about the location of your luggage in real time.

By On May 18, 2014 Respond
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Paid iOS Camera App ProCam 2 Is Now Free

Paid iOS Camera App ProCam 2 Is Now Free

ProCam 2, a paid camera app for iOS with Pro features, is now available for free in App Store (previously it was $0.99). The app is pretty simple and straightforward and it really does make you feel like you are using a manual camera as there are many detail control options.

By On May 17, 2014 Respond
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Skylock: A Smart, Solar-Powered Lock For Your Bike

Skylock: A Smart, Solar-Powered Lock For Your Bike

We have seen numerous contraptions and improvements for bikes over the last few years. But Skylock from Velo Labs is one of the absolute best. It is a smart, solar-powered lock which secures your bike and accomplishes many other tasks.

By On May 17, 2014 Respond
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Intel To Ship Open-Source Galileo 2.0 Computers This Summer

Intel To Ship Open-Source Galileo 2.0 Computers This Summer

Last year, Intel unveiled Galileo, an open-source, uncased computer that costs little. This year, the company has readied Galileo 2.0 which the company will start to ship this summer.

By On May 16, 2014 Respond
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Quitbit: A Smart Lighter To Help You Quit Smoking

Quitbit: A Smart Lighter To Help You Quit Smoking

A huge number of people who smoke have tried to quit at one time or the other. Quitbit is a new smart lighter that promises to help you achieve that goal by keeping track of your smoking habits, much like a fitness-tracking hardware for smokers.

By On May 16, 2014 Respond
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Phil Zimmerman Returns With Blackphone – Comes With Thick Layer Of Security And Spy-proof

Phil Zimmerman Returns With Blackphone – Comes With Thick Layer Of Security And Spy-proof

Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is one of the most popular encryption tools being used today. It is created by Phil Zimmerman. Now Zimmerman is back with ‘Blackphone’, a phone that comes with a thick layer of security and is apparently ‘spy-proof.’

By On May 15, 2014 Respond
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