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Scientists Developed A “Remote Control” System For Dogs

Scientists Developed A “Remote Control” System For Dogs

Although dogs can be trained, but the common problem with trained dogs is sometimes they don’t even listen to their masters or handlers. Keeping that in mind, scientists at Alabama’s Auburn University have developed a “remote control” system that will force the dogs to obey their masters/handlers order every time.

By On September 8, 2013 Respond
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Turning The ‘Internet Of Things’ Into A Reality

Turning The ‘Internet Of Things’ Into A Reality

Internet of things is a notion that even the tiniest objects that are present within a given range, are connected to the internet and so, each of these objects can be manipulated through internet. Taylor Alexander has undertaken the task of turning this futuristic notion into a reality.

By On September 8, 2013 Respond
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Hackers Create Iron-Man-3-like Personal Assistant OS JARVIS

Hackers Create Iron-Man-3-like Personal Assistant OS JARVIS

Remember Jarvis from Iron Man 3? Iron Man relies heavily on Jarvis which is essentially an artificial intelligence assistant. Now, a group of hackers has set out to create a similar artificial intelligence assistant operating system and they’ve decided to name it ‘JARVIS’ too.

By On September 7, 2013 Respond
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Apple Reportedly Working On A 17-Watt Mystery Product

Apple Reportedly Working On A 17-Watt Mystery Product

According to reports, many hints indicate that Apple is working on a mysterious new product which consumes only 17-watt power supply. The power supply specifications are unique since they are more than that of a tablet but less than the adapter of a MacBook. Hence, the mystery.

By On September 5, 2013 Respond
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Google Glass App Store Will Launch In 2014

Google Glass App Store Will Launch In 2014

According to couple of recent reports, Google is planning to launch Google Glass app store in next year which will serve Google Glass users and developer as well.

By On September 5, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Buys Nokia’s Handset Division For $7.17 Billion

Microsoft Buys Nokia’s Handset Division For $7.17 Billion

Microsoft and Nokia have been working together ever since Windows Phone platform was launched. Nokia has been the primary brand supporting the platform. Now, Microsoft has acquired Nokia’s handset division in a deal that rakes in $7.17 billion.

By On September 3, 2013 1 Response
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Microsoft Pulls The Plug On Its Masters Level Certification Exams

Microsoft Pulls The Plug On Its Masters Level Certification Exams

Microsoft has surprised quite a few people by announcing that it is pulling the plug on its Masters level certification exams. According to the company, the ceritification will no longer be offered after October 1, 2013.

By On September 3, 2013 Respond
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Vodafone May Sell Its Verizon Wireless Stake For $130 Billion

Vodafone May Sell Its Verizon Wireless Stake For $130 Billion

For many years now, Vodafone and Verizon have jointly owned Vodafone Wireless. Vodafone holds nearly 45% stake in the company whereas the rest of the control is in the hands of Verizon. Reports have it that the two companies have reached a deal according ot which, Vodafone may sell its stake to Verizon for a whopping $130 billion.

By On September 2, 2013 Respond
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Consumers May Get $3.06 Per Book Over Apple eBook Settlement

Consumers May Get $3.06 Per Book Over Apple eBook Settlement

The ebook price-fixing case has dragged on for a long while now. The five major publishers involved in the scandal have settled with the Justice Department, one after the other. And with their combined settlement offer, each customer may receive $3.06 per every book that was bought from either of these ebook publishers.

By On September 1, 2013 1 Response
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Project Loon: Smart Balloons Flock To Provide Good Internet Coverage, Google Reveals

Project Loon: Smart Balloons Flock To Provide Good Internet Coverage, Google Reveals

When Google expressed its intent of developing such smart, hot-air balloons which could provide internet coverage, many laughed at the idea. Now that Google has launched the pilot phase of it already, the company goes on to explain how it aims to provide a steady internet coverage with Project Loon.

By On August 31, 2013 Respond
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Singaporean JFDI.Asia Brings Together Entrepreneurs From Around The Globe

Singaporean JFDI.Asia Brings Together Entrepreneurs From Around The Globe

Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI) is an entrepreneurship accelerator based in Singapore and the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. The incubator aims at helping entrepreneurs take their start-ups from concept to early-stage within 100 days. In its fresh batch, JFDI has signed up ten teams of entrepreneurs from around the globe.

By On August 31, 2013 Respond
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World’s First Live Surgery Done Using Google Glass

World’s First Live Surgery Done Using Google Glass

Google Glass is a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display (OHMD), developed by Google. Earlier we have seen hacker taking control of drone using Google Glass. However, lately a surgeon at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has become the first in the United States to transmit a surgery live using Google Glass!

By On August 30, 2013 Respond
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Google Purchases Wearable Technology Patents From Foxconn

Google Purchases Wearable Technology Patents From Foxconn

Foxconn is one of the Apple’s key supply chain partners. It is now being reported that Google recently purchased wearable technology patents from Foxconn. However, the move is understandable given that Foxconn is also the manufacturer for Google Glass.

By On August 25, 2013 Respond
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Amazon Is Testing Out A New Wireless Technology, Reports Suggest

Amazon Is Testing Out A New Wireless Technology, Reports Suggest

Ever since the launch of its first Kindle tablet, we have seen Amazon transform rapidly from the largest online e-retailer to a company that also wants to gain a solid foothold in the world of technology. To that end, we have been told, Amazon is testing out a new wireless technology in Cupertino.

By On August 25, 2013 Respond
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Apple Rolls Out iWork For iCloud Beta To All Users

Apple Rolls Out iWork For iCloud Beta To All Users

Apple’s iWork for iCloud beta has been around for a while. Initially, the service was offered only to a limited number of users and ever since, Apple has gradually expanded the user base by offering it to more and more people. Now, the company has announced that it is making the iWork for iCloud beta available to the public.

By On August 25, 2013 Respond
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