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Pepsi Vs. Coca-Cola Reach A New Level With This Scariest Halloween Advertisement!

Pepsi Vs. Coca-Cola Reach A New Level With This Scariest Halloween Advertisement!

Advertising that directly mentions a competitor is always a bit risky. But Belgium-based ad agency Buzz In A Box has dared to do such thing in collaboration with soft drink maker Pepsi. Lately an ad has been made where it is shown that Pepsi is wishing its competitor Coca-Cola a “scary Halloween.”

By On November 4, 2013 Respond
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Steve Wozniak Thinks Apple And Google Should Team Up

Steve Wozniak Thinks Apple And Google Should Team Up

Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak, has many claims to fame, among which is a knack for candid conversations and unusual views. In a BBC program recently, Wozniak stated that he thinks Apple and Google should work together and be partners.

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Lockheed Martin Developing SR-72 Blackbird, The Successor To SR-71 Blackbird

Lockheed Martin Developing SR-72 Blackbird, The Successor To SR-71 Blackbird

The SR-71 Blackbird is an advanced, long-range, Mach 3+ strategic reconnaissance aircraft built by aircraft manufacturer Lockheed Martin. Now the company is developing the successor to SR-71 Blackbird.

By On November 3, 2013 Respond
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Japan Approves Plan To Remove Nuclear Fuel From Fukushima Plant

Japan Approves Plan To Remove Nuclear Fuel From Fukushima Plant

Ever since the Fukishima nuclear power plant disaster back in 2011, the Japanese government and authorities have been busy in cleaning up the facility. The company behind the plant has now been granted permission to transfer nearly 1,000 fuel rods from the Fukushima plant to another location.

By On November 3, 2013 1 Response
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Google’s Secret Data Center In SF Bay Will Be An Exclusive Showroom!

Google’s Secret Data Center In SF Bay Will Be An Exclusive Showroom!

Remember the report Google is secretly building a huge floating data center? Well, it’s going to be way cooler than a data center. Lately reports have it that this barge of Google will include luxury showrooms and a party deck, and it will be used to market Google Glass and other gadgets to invitation-only clients.

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Soon You Can Use Your Electronics During All Parts Of Flight, FAA Finally Approves

Soon You Can Use Your Electronics During All Parts Of Flight, FAA Finally Approves

In the past, many have fiercely criticized FAA’s decision to ban electronics during certain parts of flight. The restriction, based on a belief that electronics can interfere with the plane, has finally proved baseless and FAA has allowed the use of most electronics during all parts of flight.

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Hydroflex Develops ‘Honeycomb’, A Skateboard Made Of Foam, Fiber And Resin

Hydroflex Develops ‘Honeycomb’, A Skateboard Made Of Foam, Fiber And Resin

Most of the skateboards that we see now a days are made of wood. But Hydroflex has made such skateboards that are made of foam, fiber and resin. In fact, the skateboards are called the most advanced skateboards on the planet.

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AT&T May Go For A Vodafone Takeover Soon

AT&T May Go For A Vodafone Takeover Soon

AT&T is the largest wireless carrier in the US. Banking on this huge achievement, the carrier now plans to extend its influence to Europe by considering a Vodafone takeover. While the two carriers are yet to enter any formal negotiations, AT&T employees are working on post-takeover details.

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Hyperloop Gets Official Name, Gathered New Partners

Hyperloop Gets Official Name, Gathered New Partners

We have already covered a few news regarding Hyperloop, a very high-speed transport system that will be able to take us from NY to LA in 45 minutes. However, at beginning, it was named Hyperloop transport system, but now the system has got an official name and gathered some major partners.

By On November 1, 2013 Respond
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Intel Spends Billions Of Dollars On EUV Technology

Intel Spends Billions Of Dollars On EUV Technology

Over the past few years, the processing speeds of our machines have bumped up by a huge margin, following the famous Moore’s law. But companies like Intel are finding it increasingly difficult to keep up with this pace. This is precisely why Intel is spending billions on EUV technology, which can help in creating unbelievably small processors.

By On October 31, 2013 Respond
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Measure Heart Rate Using A Headphone And A Smartphone

Measure Heart Rate Using A Headphone And A Smartphone

Usually, we use headphone for listening songs and sometimes even for talking. But lately, some researchers at the Kaiteki Institute in Japan have created such technology for which now you can measure your heart rate using a headphone and a smartphone.

By On October 31, 2013 Respond
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Google Donates 17,000 Nexus 7 Tablets To Hurricane Sandy Victims

Google Donates 17,000 Nexus 7 Tablets To Hurricane Sandy Victims

Hurricane Sandy, which occurred last year, was undoubtedly one of the deadliest and most destructive hurricanes. In fact, it was the second costliest hurricane in the history of the U.S. However, after the incident many companies as well as people came forward to help the affected people. In continuation to that help, search giant Google, now has donated 17,000 Nexus 7 Tablets to the victims of hurricane Sandy.

By On October 31, 2013 Respond
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Apple Opening A Retail Store In Brazil

Apple Opening A Retail Store In Brazil

When it comes to South America, buying or selling electronics isn’t exactly an easy job. Anything that isn’t manufactured locally comes with unbelievably exorbitant price tags. Despite such adverse trade circumstances, the South American electronics market is booming and Apple has decided to make its debut just in time.

By On October 29, 2013 Respond
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Tim Cook Says Apple’s New Product Categories Coming In 2014

Tim Cook Says Apple’s New Product Categories Coming In 2014

Apple announced financial results for its fiscal 2013 fourth quarter ended September 28, 2013. In that event Tim Cook the CEO of Apple confirmed that Apple still plans on introducing new product categories within 2014.

By On October 29, 2013 Respond
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The US Army Testing Halo Like Helmets!

The US Army Testing Halo Like Helmets!

The US Army has always considered providing the best gadgets and things to its soldiers for work and their protection. Earlier we have seen helicopter pilots of the US Army getting wearable computers and an exceptional face paint that protects soldiers’ skin from bomb blasts. And now, the US Army is testing cutting edge, Halo video game like helmets.

By On October 28, 2013 Respond
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