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TV Journalists Made 3D Printed Plastic Gun And Entered Into Israeli Parliament

TV Journalists Made 3D Printed Plastic Gun And Entered Into Israeli Parliament

A plastic 3D printed hand-gun could become the biggest nightmare of administration. Recently, journalists from Israel’s Channel 10 have tested traditional methods of perimeter security by bringing a 3D printed plastic gun and managed to walk in the highly-secured Knesset compound twice.

By On July 5, 2013 Respond
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A Guy Made Such A Door That Automatically Unlocks When The Dog Barks

A Guy Made Such A Door That Automatically Unlocks When The Dog Barks

When a dog wants to go out or wants to come out from its home when locked, it usually barks. At that time you might not be in a mode letting it release from its home or go outside. Considering the facts, a guy named David Hunt has made such a door that automatically unlocks when the dog barks.

By On July 4, 2013 Respond
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Boston University Sues Apple Over Patent Infringement, Seeks To Ban iPhone And More

Boston University Sues Apple Over Patent Infringement, Seeks To Ban iPhone And More

Boston University has filed a lawsuit against Apple alleging that the company has infringed a semiconductor patent by a university professor. The university is seeking to ban Apple from selling the devices that infringe the patent, which include iPhone, iPad and more.

By On July 4, 2013 1 Response
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Zynga Bagged New CEO For $50 Million In Compensation

Zynga Bagged New CEO For $50 Million In Compensation

You’re probably aware of Zynga’s new CEO hire. The social gaming company snatched Xbox lead from Microsoft in a bid to turn around its future. But what lured Don Mattrick quit Microsoft and assume the role of CEO at Zynga? Big compensation definitely has a part in it.

By On July 4, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Created World’s First Contact Lens With Telescopic Vision

Researchers Created World’s First Contact Lens With Telescopic Vision

Contact lenses help people see everything clearly without wearing any spectacle. Now, researchers are trying to take the characteristics of contact lenses one more step ahead. Lately, researchers from San Diego and Switzerland have created a prototype contact lens and glasses system that can zoom in on something up to 2.8x magnification. The lenses do the zooming, while the glasses let people switch between normal and magnified vision.

By On July 3, 2013 Respond
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Fashion House CEO Paul Deneve Hired By Apple To Work On Special Projects

Fashion House CEO Paul Deneve Hired By Apple To Work On Special Projects

Apple has staged somewhat of a coup in the fashion industry by bagging Paul Deneve, who had been the CEO of Yves Saint Laurent until quite recently. Deneve quit his job, initially citing that he was joining the high-tech industry. It now appears that he has been hired by Apple.

By On July 3, 2013 Respond
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HP Will Soon Re-Enter The Smartphone Market

HP Will Soon Re-Enter The Smartphone Market

HP had a rather abysmal experience in the smartphone market in the past. The company’s smartphone failed entirely and HP was forced to retreat out of the smartphone arena. Now, however, the company is gearing up to re-enter the competition since it’s essential to its survival.

By On July 2, 2013 Respond
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French Competition Authority Raids Apple’s Local Headquarters

French Competition Authority Raids Apple’s Local Headquarters

The French government had been investigating allegations of anti-competitive practices against Apple. As part of its ongoing investigations, the government competition authority recently launched a raid against Apple’s French headquarters and seized a number of documents.

By On July 2, 2013 Respond
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Yahoo Acquires Bignoggins, A Fantasy Sports App Maker

Yahoo Acquires Bignoggins, A Fantasy Sports App Maker

Yahoo’s acquisition spree hasn’t finished yet. The latest addition in the list is Bignoggins Productions. The announcement came on Monday.

By On July 2, 2013 Respond
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Anti-Surveillance Stealth Clothing Lets You Conceal Yourself From Prying Eyes

Anti-Surveillance Stealth Clothing Lets You Conceal Yourself From Prying Eyes

We live in a world where surveillance of public as well as personal lives is fast becoming the norm. When in public places, there are CCTV cameras, individuals possibly taking photos and the possibility of many other forms of surveillance. To counter this, Adam Harvey unveiled a clothing line that lets you counter such surveillance measures.

By On July 1, 2013 Respond
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Clinkle Claims To Have The Ultimate Solution For Digital Payments

Clinkle Claims To Have The Ultimate Solution For Digital Payments

For long, solutions such as Google Wallet have tried to offer the convenience of digital payments. But Wallet, and similar other solutions, have failed to gain much traction. Clinkle, a new payments start-up, has now claimed that it has finally devised the ultimate solution which will persuade users to leave their wallets at home.

By On July 1, 2013 Respond
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Nokia To Buy Full Siemens Stake In Nokia Siemens Networks For $2.2 Billion

Nokia To Buy Full Siemens Stake In Nokia Siemens Networks For $2.2 Billion

According to Bloomberg, Nokia has agreed to buy full stake of Siemens in the Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN), a joint venture between the two that makes telecom equipment and provides related services. The deal is worth $2.2 billion (1.7 billion euro).

By On July 1, 2013 Respond
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Amazon Gears Up To Launch A Virtual Art Gallery

Amazon Gears Up To Launch A Virtual Art Gallery

Amazon may be growing at a fairly good pace but the company also wishes to expand in qualitative terms. The e-commerce giant is now approaching a number of smaller dealers, including common art galleries. The idea is to launch a virtual art gallery presenting products from these galleries.

By On June 30, 2013 Respond
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AT&T Gets Patent to Monitor and Track File-Sharing Traffic

AT&T Gets Patent to Monitor and Track File-Sharing Traffic

Internet provider AT&T has patented a new technology that allows the company to accurately track content being shared via BitTorrent and other P2P networks. The company explains that the technology can be utilized to detect pirated downloads and combat congestion on its network.

By On June 30, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Give Up On Samsung-Made Chips In 2014

Apple May Give Up On Samsung-Made Chips In 2014

Apple and Samsung are currently touted as two bitter rivals in the mobile arena. The two companies have launched multiple patent lawsuits against each other over the years. However, since the very start, Apple has been using Samsung’s chips in its iPad and iPhone devices. This may change in 2014.

By On June 29, 2013 1 Response
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