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MIT’s Motion-Tracking Kinect Technology Can Track People Through Walls

MIT’s Motion-Tracking Kinect Technology Can Track People Through Walls

Microsoft’s Kinect is currently considered the most successful commercial motion-tracking hardware. But researchers at MIT have devised a motion-tracking technology that is able to track people through walls and hence may defeat Kinect.

By On October 20, 2013 Respond
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$50 Discount On Wii U Leads To 200% Increase In Sales

$50 Discount On Wii U Leads To 200% Increase In Sales

The upcoming PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are all the rage in the gaming hardware industry right now. While Ninteno is no longer a major contender in the arena, it has managed to make a good come-back by offering $50 discount on Wii U. The company has now claimed that this has resulted in a 200% surge in the sales of the console.

By On October 20, 2013 Respond
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New Leaked Video Shows Google Nexus 5 In Details

New Leaked Video Shows Google Nexus 5 In Details

We became sure by seeing the FCC documents that South Korean giant LG is making Nexus 5 in collaboration with the search giant Google. Although we have got rumored design of Nexus 5, a new leaked video shows the handset from all angles.

By On October 14, 2013 Respond
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[Video] Google And NASA Explained Their Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab

[Video] Google And NASA Explained Their Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab

Search giant Google and space agency NASA launched their Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab in May of this year with hardware from the Canadian quantum computing company D-Wave. At then they just merely said something about the work as well as the long-term goals of Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab. But now, the two organizations have made a 6.5-minute short film to explain Quantum Computing Lab.

By On October 13, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Unveils Galaxy Round With Curved OLED Display

Samsung Unveils Galaxy Round With Curved OLED Display

Samsung has been working on curved OLED displays for quite some time now. The company has now unveiled a new smartphone, Galaxy Round, which packs a rather unusual 5.7-inch curved OLED display. The big question is, how convenient it is to use a curved display and that will you prefer it over a regular 5.7-inch screen?

By On October 9, 2013 Respond
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Secure Your Dropbox Files With Qi

Secure Your Dropbox Files With Qi

Dropbox is used by many users to store their documents and other files in cloud storage. However, once these files are stored in Dropbox, it is only natural to wonder how secure they are. Now you can add an extra layer of security by using Qi, a secure token that automatically encrypts all your Dropbox files before uploading them.

By On October 9, 2013 Respond
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Beats Music Streaming Service Coming Soon To U.S.

Beats Music Streaming Service Coming Soon To U.S.

Beats has been working on a music streaming service for a while now. Called Beats Music, the upcoming service aims to offer curated and personalized music experience to the users. Now, it has been revealed that Beats Music will be made available on the web, Android as well as iOS and that it’ll land in the U.S. in a few months.

By On October 9, 2013 Respond
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[Video] iPhone Speed Contest: Comparing All Eight iPhone Models

[Video] iPhone Speed Contest: Comparing All Eight iPhone Models

Has Apple made any progress, in terms of speed, since the days of the original iPhone? If that is so, one would expect iPhone 5S to be the fastest handset in terms of turning on and shutting down. However, as the video below demonstrates, the truth is different and surprising.

By On September 30, 2013 Respond
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Apple Reportedly Hires Nike Design Director Ben Shaffer For iWatch

Apple Reportedly Hires Nike Design Director Ben Shaffer For iWatch

We already know that Apple is working on iWatch, a wearable gadget and the company has already filed an application for the said device. However, according to a new report, Apple has hired Ben Shaffer, one of Nike’s top design directors to work on iWatch.

By On September 28, 2013 Respond
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Valve Announces SteamOS For PC Gaming

Valve Announces SteamOS For PC Gaming

Valve is one of the most prominent names when it comes to online game publishing and distribution. The company has now announced that it would soon be releasing a ‘SteamOS’ which would essentially allow gamers to stream games from their Windows and Mac systems straight to their TVs.

By On September 24, 2013 Respond
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Blackberry Confirms Possible $4.7 Billion Acquisition By Fairfax

Blackberry Confirms Possible $4.7 Billion Acquisition By Fairfax

Blackberry, formerly known as RIM, has been on a downward spiral for many years now. The company has tried to stall the decline by launching high-end smartphones of its own but that hasn’t worked. Now, Blackberry has confirmed that it has agreed, at least in principle, to be taken over by Fairfax for a deal raking in $4.7 billion.

By On September 24, 2013 Respond
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NASA Scientists Answered Burning Questions About Voyager 1

NASA Scientists Answered Burning Questions About Voyager 1

Voyager 1 is the very first spacecraft that has been in the solar system for more than 36 years. Scientists have confirmed that Voyager 1 left the heliosphere on August 25, 2012 and entered into interstellar space. But the news left us with plenty of questions: What kind of data can we get from Voyager 1 now?, what NASA plans to do with it? etc. And therefore, the scientists and engineers of NASA lately have answered such questions at Reddit AMA. Here are some of the Question-answer session:

By On September 16, 2013 Respond
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Android KitKat And Nexus 5 May Arrive Next Month

Android KitKat And Nexus 5 May Arrive Next Month

Google made a lot of headlines when it recently confirmed the name of its upcoming Android 4.4 as KitKat. Reports have it now that the search giant may unveil its new handset, Nexus 5, as well as Android KitKat in October this year.

By On September 15, 2013 Respond
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Nokia Was Secretly Developing Android Phone Before Microsoft’s Purchase

Nokia Was Secretly Developing Android Phone Before Microsoft’s Purchase

We know that Microsoft has bought Nokia’s handset division for $7.17 billion. This clearly means that future Nokia phones will run on Windows OS. But lately it’s been reported that Nokia was developing an Android phone before Microsoft purchased it.

By On September 15, 2013 Respond
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Google Announced New Chromebooks With Intel Haswell Chips

Google Announced New Chromebooks With Intel Haswell Chips

Google has decided to expand its Chromebook family with new Intel Haswell chips with HP, Toshiba, Acer and Asus. Google had a big Intel Developer Forum conference on Wednesday, where Intel spotlighted several new Chromebooks with along with new hardware from brand new OEM partners, including a few existing partners too.

By On September 12, 2013 Respond
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