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State Supreme Court Rejects NY Attorney General’s Subpoena In Airbnb Case

State Supreme Court Rejects NY Attorney General’s Subpoena In Airbnb Case

Airbnb has witnessed good growth despite the consistent backlash from authorities and the house rental industry in multiple U.S. states. The company has good news in New York where State Supreme Court has overruled the Attorney General’s subpoena meant to access Airbnb records.

By On May 14, 2014 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 May 14, 2014 Respond
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AT&T May Soon Acquire DirectTV In A $50 Billion

AT&T May Soon Acquire DirectTV In A $50 Billion

We have seen many acquisitions in the tech world over the past few years, some of them raking in billions of dollars. But reports have it that AT&T is all set to trump them by acquiring the pay TV mammoth DirectTV in a $50 billion deal.

By On May 13, 2014 Respond
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$199 OMsignal Smart Shirt Can Monitor Your Fitness And Vitals

$199 OMsignal Smart Shirt Can Monitor Your Fitness And Vitals

We have seen some halfhearted attempts at smart dresses in recent past. OMsignal has now gone full-throttle on the concept, offering smart shirts which can keep a close track of your fitness as well as vitals and inform you about them through an app.

By On May 12, 2014 Respond
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China Wants To Build A Undersea Rail Track From Beijing To USA

China Wants To Build A Undersea Rail Track From Beijing To USA

Now a days, trains have become not only a vital way of transportation in inter-city, but also for international journey. Lately, it’s been reported that China wants to build a rail track from Beijing to USA. The train would travel at a speed of about 217 mph and the trip from China to U.S. would take less than two days.

By On May 11, 2014 Respond
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Is Multipoint Video Conferencing The Best Solution For Your Business?

Is Multipoint Video Conferencing The Best Solution For Your Business?

As your business grows, and you find yourself wishing that your video conferencing tool was just a little bit more sophisticated so that you could have a high-quality video conference with your team that is scattered across the nation, anywhere in the world.

By On May 10, 2014 Respond
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See An Origami Bi-cycle That Can Be Folded Into Size Of An Umbrella

See An Origami Bi-cycle That Can Be Folded Into Size Of An Umbrella

An engineer founded Origami Bicycle Company in 2011. The goal of this company is to provide its customers with great products that meet their biking desires as well as their lifestyle needs. Lately, the company has come up with an idea to make such an origami bike that could be folded like an umbrella!

By On May 10, 2014 Respond
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Apple In Talks To Acquire Beats Electronics For $3.2 Billion

Apple In Talks To Acquire Beats Electronics For $3.2 Billion

Apple is gearing up to the make its largest acquisition yet. The company is in talks to acquire Beats Electronics for a deal that is said to rake in $3.2 billion.

By On May 9, 2014 Respond
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Alibaba Gears Up For A Huge IPO, Possibly Raking In $20 Billion

Alibaba Gears Up For A Huge IPO, Possibly Raking In $20 Billion

Alibaba has emerged as the largest online retailer in the last few years. With its sales going very strong, the company is now gearing up for an IPO which is expected to rake in a whopping $20 billion.

By On May 8, 2014 Respond
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Drones Not Allowed In Yosemite, Warns National Park Service

Drones Not Allowed In Yosemite, Warns National Park Service

Drones are a relatively recent phenomenon in the tech world. But given the rapid growth of the industry with tinier, more affordable versions, they are becoming increasingly common. Rather annoyed by this, National Park Service has banned drones from Yosemite.

By On May 6, 2014 Respond
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Sony Revives Cassette Tape, Made 185 TB Cassette Through Its Unique Magnetic Tape Technology

Sony Revives Cassette Tape, Made 185 TB Cassette Through Its Unique Magnetic Tape Technology

Once upon a time, cassette tapes were a very popular media to listen music and songs. But due to invention of CDs, DVDs etc, tapes are now extinct. So Sony has taken the initiative to revive the moribund cassette tape industry. Lately, the company has made a cassette tape of 185 TB storage size.

By On May 5, 2014 Respond
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Steve Ballmer Becomes Microsoft’s Largest Shareholder As Gates Loses The Crown

Steve Ballmer Becomes Microsoft’s Largest Shareholder As Gates Loses The Crown

Until recently, Microsoft’s founder and former CEO Bill Gates was the largest shareholder of the company. But he has been selling his stock rapidly and as a result of a recent sale, he has fallen below Steve Ballmer who is now the largest shareholder.

By On May 4, 2014 1 Response
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AltSchool Is A Startup That Offers Tech-Enabled Primary Education

AltSchool Is A Startup That Offers Tech-Enabled Primary Education

A number of sectors and industries have gone increasingly technological over the last few years. The education sector, however, has been slow to catch up. AltSchool aims to take care of that by offering the first ever truly tech-enabled primary education.

By On May 2, 2014 Respond
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Netherlands’ Glowing Highways Aren’t Working As Planned, Any Idea Why?

Netherlands’ Glowing Highways Aren’t Working As Planned, Any Idea Why?

There is a special paint anointed on some highways of Netherlands which can show interactive signs to drivers at night and can charge electric vehicles on the run. Although such idea is really remarkable, unfortunately the glowing highways aren’t working as planned.

By On May 1, 2014 Respond
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Amazon Is Trying To Design Its Own Computer Chips

Amazon Is Trying To Design Its Own Computer Chips

Over the past few years, many tech giants have decided to design and build their own hardware including the computer chips. Amazon is now hoping to join this list as the e-retail giant secretly tries to amass the technologies and personnel to do so.

By On April 30, 2014 Respond
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