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What Do Advertising, Healthcare & Education Have in Common?

What Do Advertising, Healthcare & Education Have in Common?

These three industries, on the surface, would appear to have little in common. And it’s true that the end goals of each are quite different. Advertising is a commercial industry and healthcare a for-profit public service, while education includes both government-funded and private institutions.

By On May 15, 2015 Respond
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Which Industries Are Using 3D Printers?

Which Industries Are Using 3D Printers?

If the Internet of things (IoT) is the network of interconnected devices throughout the world, then 3D printing is the functional hand of the IoT. From anywhere in the world, creative people and companies can develop and produce functional prototypes using 3D printing.

By On May 13, 2015 Respond
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Caught in the Act: True Crime Captured on Video

Caught in the Act: True Crime Captured on Video

Secure your property, ensure doors and windows are locked when you leave, install an alarm system — we’ve all heard the tips to safeguard our homes, but how seriously should we take them?

By On April 23, 2015 Respond
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Benefits of High Availability in Game Platform Development

Benefits of High Availability in Game Platform Development

Online Gaming industry is not without hiccups, especially considering technical challenges that have proven disastrous to gaming companies and disappointing for consumers. With the connected nature of gaming today, avid gamers and even casual players expect to be able to play online games on demand. But difficulties arising from security attacks, as well as inability to handle massive traffic or server load, can bog down gaming companies, which is a key consideration for game publishers, app developers and startup companies looking to build games.

By On April 17, 2015 Respond
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Embedded Sensors: The Next Frontier For Wearable Tech

Embedded Sensors: The Next Frontier For Wearable Tech

Pebble Smartwatch has recently broken records on Kickstarter. The crowdfunding campaign for the smartwatch gathered close to 67,000 backers pledging a total of $17 million with more than 18 days to go. The initial goal has been $500,000, so they have exceeded the goal more than 33 times with close to three weeks to spare.

By On April 2, 2015 2 Responses
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Why You Don’t Want to Miss SXSW’s Tech Speakers

Why You Don’t Want to Miss SXSW’s Tech Speakers

If you keep up with emerging technology trends and you haven’t attended SXSW Interactive yet, you don’t know what you’re missing. Details inside.

By On March 14, 2015 1 Response
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[Review] The Level: Innovation To Help All Lazy People

[Review] The Level: Innovation To Help All Lazy People

I am not saying you are lazy, even I don’t consider myself lazy, but I am computer programmer, writer and entrepreneur. I have spent an enormous amount of time sitting in front of a computer for the past decade. I felt the result of it, in a hard way, after injuring my 5th Lumbar Vertebra by just sitting for too long. Now here is one very interesting and intriguing innovation named “Level” that offers a solution to this problem. Stay with us to know more.

By On February 26, 2015 Respond
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Luna – A Hi-Tech Metal Ball That Can Turn Laundry Basket Into A Washer

Luna – A Hi-Tech Metal Ball That Can Turn Laundry Basket Into A Washer

Washing clothes have become so easy, thanks to washing machines. But it seems like washing machines are going to be obsolete. Lately, a Colombian student has revealed his concept for a washing ball called Luna that can be placed directly into a laundry basket, and clean clothes without ever having to remove them.

By On February 9, 2015 3 Responses
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Google Glass Graduating From Google[x], Explorer Program Ends On January 19

Google Glass Graduating From Google[x], Explorer Program Ends On January 19

Yes, you read it right, there will be no more almost public beta Google Glass Explorer version available after 19th January. Google taking the product to next phase, making ready for a possible late 2015 release. Keep reading.

By On January 16, 2015 Respond
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AT&T Unveiling Shareable Rollover Data To Its Customers Effective From January 2015

AT&T Unveiling Shareable Rollover Data To Its Customers Effective From January 2015

Like T-Mobile in the December, AT&T is also unveiling Sharable Rollover Data for its Mobile Share Value® Subscribers which will be effective from January 25, 2015. Hopefully, other carriers will have some offer soon for their subscribers to be competitive enough to meet the demand of their customers.

By On January 10, 2015 Respond
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3-D Printing in Microgravity Revolutionizes Space Exploration & Survival

3-D Printing in Microgravity Revolutionizes Space Exploration & Survival

Following the success and celebration of the comet-landing probe, NASA had announced that yet another breakthrough was made. The International Space Station’s 3-D printer created the first ever object made in space.

By On January 7, 2015 Respond
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5 Efficient Ways To Fund Your Business

5 Efficient Ways To Fund Your Business

Looking for a way to fund your business? Crowdfunding can be a bit of a daunting ordeal for you, but you can try these alternatives to fund your dream business.

By On December 16, 2014 Respond
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Dubai Becomes The First City Of Arab To Get Google Street View

Dubai Becomes The First City Of Arab To Get Google Street View

Dubai is the most populous city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Back in February, it was revealed that Dubai would be the first city in an Arab country to have Google Street View, though no launch date was provided at the time. And guess what? Dubai has now become the very first city of Arab to get Google Street View.

By On December 10, 2014 Respond
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Chemists Invented A New Rewritable Paper, Made Of Glass Or Plastic

Chemists Invented A New Rewritable Paper, Made Of Glass Or Plastic

Chemists at the University of California Riverside have developed a new rewritable paper which can be erased and written on more than 20 times without any significant loss in resolution of contrast, which could solve paper wastage and environmental problems like deforestation.

By On December 8, 2014 Respond
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reCAPTCHA: An Improved Version Of Google’s CAPTCHA, Really Awesome

reCAPTCHA: An Improved Version Of Google’s CAPTCHA, Really Awesome

The CAPTCHA is a familiar sight to any Internet user who’s ever had to log in anywhere on the Web. It’s supposed to be simple – you correctly punch in some random squiggly, generated words to prove you’re not a robot, and then presto, you’re in. But sometimes the letters or symbols in given in a most scribbled way that you can’t even understand it. And now, to get ride of this problem, Google has introduced an improved version of CAPTCHA called noCAPTCHA reCAPTCHA.

By On December 6, 2014 Respond
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