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German Man Creates Electromagnetic Spiderman Webshooter

German Man Creates Electromagnetic Spiderman Webshooter

It seems we may really see a Spider Man alike superhero in real life soon. German craftsman and big fan of comic book superheroes Patrick Priebe has created an electromagnetic Spider Man webshooter, which is very similar to that of the Spider-Man of the movie.

By On April 29, 2014 Respond
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Airbus Hopes To Introduce Electric-powered Planes In 20 Years

Airbus Hopes To Introduce Electric-powered Planes In 20 Years

We have seen numerous innovations in the car industry over the past few years. And now, the aviation industry is following suit. Airbus, the notable aircraft maker, has stated that it is aiming to ready regional electric-powered planes within the next 15 to 20 years.

By On April 26, 2014 Respond
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Domino’s Launching Pizza Ordering App For iPad Next Monday

Domino’s Launching Pizza Ordering App For iPad Next Monday

Domino’s Pizzas are one of the best pizzas found around. Many people order Domino’s Pizzas through phone call. But lately, Domino’s has announced that it is about launch an app for iPad through which customers will be able to order pizza.

By On April 26, 2014 Respond
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Firefox OS Co-Founder Andreas Gal Appointed As New Mozilla CTO

Firefox OS Co-Founder Andreas Gal Appointed As New Mozilla CTO

Mozilla’s appointment of Brendan Eich as CEO led to a huge controversy resulting in his resignation. Meanwhile, the CTO position at Mozilla was vacant since Eich formerly occupied it. Now Andreas Gal has been named as the new CTO at Mozilla.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Acquired Moves, A Fitness And Activity Tracking App

Facebook Acquired Moves, A Fitness And Activity Tracking App

Fitness apps are fast becoming the hot deals of the tech industry. Facebook has joined the fray by acquiring Moves, a notable motion-tracking app which is available to both Android and iPhone users.

By On April 25, 2014 Respond
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Google+ Chief Vic Gundotra Quits Google, Reason Unknown

Google+ Chief Vic Gundotra Quits Google, Reason Unknown

Vic Gundotra is the father of Google+. He has been working in Google for the last 8 years. But yesterday, all on a sudden he announced that he is leaving Google.

By On April 25, 2014 1 Response
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New Wireless System Can Charge Up To 40 Phones From 5 Meters Away

New Wireless System Can Charge Up To 40 Phones From 5 Meters Away

Wireless charging has been gaining slow but steady traction in the tech world. While wireless charging for smartphones is still a relatively rare practice, Korean researchers have created a brilliant new wireless charging system which can charge smartphones from 5 meters away.

By On April 24, 2014 Respond
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Nokia Oyj Will Soon Be Rebranded As Microsoft Mobile Oy

Nokia Oyj Will Soon Be Rebranded As Microsoft Mobile Oy

Microsoft acquired Nokia’s devices and services businesses a while ago. While the deal is still to met regulatory approval in Asia, reports have it that the division, previously called Nokia Oyj, will soon be rebranded as Microsoft Mobile Oy.

By On April 22, 2014 Respond
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Nike Pulls The Plug On Wearable Hardware

Nike Pulls The Plug On Wearable Hardware

The wearables market is only getting started but one of the early entrants, Nike, is pulling the plug on its wearable hardware. The company has apparently decided to focus more on fitness-related software.

By On April 20, 2014 Respond
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After A New Funding Round, Airbnb Is Now Valued At $10 Billion

After A New Funding Round, Airbnb Is Now Valued At $10 Billion

Airbnb has steadily grown from a startup with a brilliant idea to a huge company with a global presence. It recently raised between $450 and $500 million in a funding round which puts it valuation at a whopping $10 billion.

By On April 19, 2014 Respond
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Google, Apple And Microsoft Join Hands For Anti-Phone-Theft Pledge

Google, Apple And Microsoft Join Hands For Anti-Phone-Theft Pledge

Smartphones have become a massively popular tool in the past few years. This popularity has also resulted in a huge surge in phone thefts. Apple, Google and Microsoft have now signed an anti-phone-theft pledge to tackle this problem.

By On April 18, 2014 1 Response
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[Video] Watch Snowboarder Jamie Barrow Gliding With Handheld Thruster

[Video] Watch Snowboarder Jamie Barrow Gliding With Handheld Thruster

21-year-old Jamie Barrow is Britain’s fastest snowboarder. Lately, Barrow has done gliding with handheld thruster in order to break his maximum speed record of 151.6 kmph (94.2 mph).

By On April 17, 2014 Respond
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Shattering Facebook’s Dream, Google Finally Acquired Titan Aerospace

Shattering Facebook’s Dream, Google Finally Acquired Titan Aerospace

It’s nothing new that tech companies compete among themselves, when it’s about acquiring a new company. Social media giant Facebook planned to acquire drone maker company Titan Aerospace, but all on a sudden beating Facebook, internet search giant Google has acquired it.

By On April 16, 2014 Respond
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New Software Accurately Predicts How Children Will Look As They Grow Up

New Software Accurately Predicts How Children Will Look As They Grow Up

Predicting the future, grown-up face of someone who is a child at present is a complex art. A new software seems to have made significant progress in accurately predicting the face changes of a child over the years.

By On April 14, 2014 Respond
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US Military’s Delivery Drones Beat Amazon By Ages

US Military’s Delivery Drones Beat Amazon By Ages

While Amazon is still in the process of dreaming a future where drones will deliver goods, US military is already making use of such technology. The tech behind US military’s futuristic drones is called Autonomous Aerial Cargo/Utility System (AACUS).

By On April 8, 2014 Respond
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