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Mozilla’s Firefox OS Expands To Africa

Mozilla’s Firefox OS Expands To Africa

Mozilla’s Firefox OS for mobile is being launched in Africa after being rolled out in 25 markets across the world. With the support of major carriers of the region, Mozilla hopes to bring out their first smartphone in Africa very soon.

By On November 8, 2014 Respond
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LG And Google Set To Share Patents For The Next 10 Years

LG And Google Set To Share Patents For The Next 10 Years

LG has recently announced that they are joining forces with Google, and will share their existing patents and those filed in the next ten years. Although still vague, the declaration hints toward bigger innovations and development in the technology sector.

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The Onyx Is A Real-Life Star Trek Communicator

The Onyx Is A Real-Life Star Trek Communicator

The Onyx is real-life ‘Star Trek’ communicator which means it’s more like a walkie-talkie but you can establish communication beyond any geographical limitations.

By On November 7, 2014 Respond
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Pirate Bay Co-founder Arrested In Thailand

Pirate Bay Co-founder Arrested In Thailand

36-year-old Hans Fredrik Lennart Neij, who uses the alias TiAmo, is the last co-founder of popular file-sharing website, Pirate Bay. Lately, this person has been apprehended by immigration police of Thailand.

By On November 6, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Made A Device That Detects Veins And Shows Nurses

Scientists Made A Device That Detects Veins And Shows Nurses

Often we have seen nurses struggling to locate veins before injecting blood into or taking blood from a hand of a human body. At then, they usually jab the hand to find out a vein. But no more jabbing or struggling to locate veins. Scientists have made a new device that helps nurses by showing where your veins are.

By On November 3, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Invented Brain Decoder That Could Read Inner Thoughts

Scientists Invented Brain Decoder That Could Read Inner Thoughts

The functionality of a human brain is really mysterious. Study has found that human brains can make decisions during sleep. On the other hand, scientists have created next generation data storage devices that mimic the memory of the human brain. And now, scientists have invented a brain decoder that could read your inner thoughts.

By On November 2, 2014 Respond
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[Video] UK Plans To Make Windowless Plane Within A Decade

[Video] UK Plans To Make Windowless Plane Within A Decade

While travelling on a plane, some get window seat, while some don’t. That means some people can enjoy the scenario outside, while others who can’t manage a window seat, don’t. But now it seems every passenger will be able to enjoy the scenario outside as long as they will be on that plane. How? Well, a British technology research company has decided to make windowless plane!

By On October 29, 2014 Respond
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US Retailers Have Started To Block Apple Pay And Google Wallet

US Retailers Have Started To Block Apple Pay And Google Wallet

Several retailer stores if the US have come together to develop their own payment system called CurrentC (to launch next year), and in an effort to push this toward the customers, they are disabling NFC readers of their stores, which will eventually block payment systems like Apple Pay and Google Wallet.

By On October 27, 2014 Respond
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MIT Computer Scientists Can Predict The Price Of Bitcoin

MIT Computer Scientists Can Predict The Price Of Bitcoin

Can you say what will be the price of Bitcoin few minutes or few days later? Don’t think that I am joking – I am serious, guys. I assume that you may not be able to say that. But here’s the twist – computer scientists at MIT can predict the price of Bitcoin.

By On October 25, 2014 1 Response
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Sofft: A New Fabric Softener Technology That Never Lets Your Cloths Have Stain

Sofft: A New Fabric Softener Technology That Never Lets Your Cloths Have Stain

Over the last few years, there have been a fair number of companies offering stain blocking/resisting technology for or on clothing. But very few of them were able to satisfy people/customers. But now, there’s a new fabric softener technology called Sofft that never lets your cloths have stain.

By On October 25, 2014 Respond
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Google Partnering With Oxford University To Improve Its Artificial Intelligence

Google Partnering With Oxford University To Improve Its Artificial Intelligence

Back in January of this year, Google bought DeepMind, a startup focused on artificial intelligence and its possible future uses. Though the company has been relatively quiet on its efforts since then, work has been underway. However, lately Google has announced that it is partnering with Oxford University to improve its artificial intelligence.

By On October 25, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft To End Free Xbox Music Streaming From Dec 1

Microsoft To End Free Xbox Music Streaming From Dec 1

For the time being, you can enjoy the free Xbox Music streaming, but the service will not be free so longer. Microsoft has announced that it will end free Xbox music streaming service that is currently available on Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and over the internet from December 1.

By On October 24, 2014 Respond
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No Surprise! Microsoft Lumia Replacing The Nokia Brand

No Surprise! Microsoft Lumia Replacing The Nokia Brand

In September, Microsoft indicated that it is moving away from Nokia brand name completely when the Nokia UK website started redirecting users to its ‘new home’, the Microsoft Mobile Devices page. It was then expected that Nokia websites of other regions will soon follow. Now it seems that the transition has started with ‘Nokia France’ first, as announced on its Facebook page.

By On October 23, 2014 Respond
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Apple SIM – A Reprogrammable SIM Of Apple, No Need To Use Other SIM

Apple SIM – A Reprogrammable SIM Of Apple, No Need To Use Other SIM

The mobile phones we use have a place for SIM which can’t be reprogrammed. So, if a person wants to use a SIM of other network, then he/she has to replace the SIM. But Apple has dreamed of bringing a reprogrammable SIM called Apple SIM.

By On October 20, 2014 Respond
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MasterCard To Introduce World’s First Biometric Contactless Payment Card With Integrated Fingerprint Sensor

MasterCard To Introduce World’s First Biometric Contactless Payment Card With Integrated Fingerprint Sensor

Security of credit/debit cards have become a major thing due to the word “hack”. And it seems like MasterCard has understood that. So now, the company, in collaboration with Norwegian company Zwipe, has decided to launch the world’s first biometric contactless payment card with integrated fingerprint sensor.

By On October 20, 2014 Respond
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