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Use Motorola Skip To Unlock The Moto X Handset With Just A Tap

Use Motorola Skip To Unlock The Moto X Handset With Just A Tap

NFC technology has been around for quite a while and been put to many uses. Now, with the availability of Motorola Skip, you can utilize the technology by unlocking your Moto X handset without having the need to tap the screen.

By On August 25, 2013 Respond
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Teachers Relax, PocketHound Here To Nab Who Cheat In Eaxm Hall

Teachers Relax, PocketHound Here To Nab Who Cheat In Eaxm Hall

Although teachers try to invigilate upon students strictly in the exam hall so that they can’t copy, many students successfully copy in the exam by avoiding teachers’ eyes. But now teachers no longer have to rely on their eyes to prevent students from copying as a portable cellphone detector named PocketHound has been designed that would secretly detect who are copying in the exam hall.

By On August 25, 2013 Respond
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iFixit’s Moto X Teardown Finds It To Be Highly Repairable

iFixit’s Moto X Teardown Finds It To Be Highly Repairable

Moto X has been around for a while now and so far, the handset has attracted raving reviews. Although packing a humbler hardware, Moto X’s design has wooed the hearts of most. The iFixit guys were quick to lay their hands on the handset and tear it down. Their final verdict is that Moto X is highly repairable.

By On August 24, 2013 Respond
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Pandora Decides To Lift The 40-Hour Cap On Free Mobile Streaming

Pandora Decides To Lift The 40-Hour Cap On Free Mobile Streaming

Back in February this year, Pandora announced that it was placing a 40-hour cap on the number of free mobile streaming hours per month. The decision, we were told, was made to control the costs that the company was incurring. Now, Pandora has announced that it will be removing the 40-hour limit soon.

By On August 24, 2013 Respond
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Mozilla Previews New UI In Firefox For Android

Mozilla Previews New UI In Firefox For Android

Mozilla team has been working on redesigning the Firefox for Android app. Now, the initial changes that will be added to the app can be previewed in the Nightly build of the app. The new changes bring a new, clean look to the browser.

By On August 22, 2013 Respond
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[Video] Police Introduce New Body Cameras

[Video] Police Introduce New Body Cameras

Although having latest technologies, police spend huge time on paperwork when they catch any criminal or suspect. To ease their work, police now use new technologies like body worn cameras and tablet computers, which help them spend less time on paperwork and more time on the beat. Lately, police have introduced new body cameras.

By On August 22, 2013 Respond
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CyanogenMod Offers Secure Device-Tracking With Device Finder

CyanogenMod Offers Secure Device-Tracking With Device Finder

Currently, there are a number of services which let you recover your lost Android device. However, most of these services, offered as apps, are not very secure. The CyanogenMod team has offered a new Device Finder service which, it claims, will be absolutely secure to use.

By On August 21, 2013 Respond
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Windows 8 Benchmarks Shift Due To Overclocking

Windows 8 Benchmarks Shift Due To Overclocking

Overclocking can certainly yield better benchmark results but in order for them to be acceptable, overclocking must not tinker with the way a system works. In the case of Windows 8, however, overclocking either slows down or speeds up the system clock, thus disturbing the benchmark results.

By On August 21, 2013 Respond
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Tattoos Turned Into 3D Art Using Augmented Reality

Tattoos Turned Into 3D Art Using Augmented Reality

Art and artists are increasingly making use of technology to push new frontiers of creativity. This was manifest in a recent exhibition where technology was used to turn tattoos into live, 3D art.

By On August 21, 2013 Respond
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More Details Of Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Leaked

More Details Of Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Leaked

While all the giant manufacturers like Apple and Google are working on smartwatches, South Korean tech giant Samsung is all set to unveil a smartwatch of its own, namely Galaxy Gear, on September 4. However, lately some more rumored specs of the Samsung Galaxy Gear have been leaked.

By On August 20, 2013 Respond
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Houston Rockets GM Applauds The Idea Of NBA Refs Wearing Google Glass

Houston Rockets GM Applauds The Idea Of NBA Refs Wearing Google Glass

We have seen a number of analysts talk about the possible uses of Google Glass in the last few months. Now, however, a rather interesting possible use of the gadget is being explored. In a recent talk, the General Manager of Houston Rockets, Daryl Morey, applauded the idea of NBA referees wearing Google Glass.

By On August 19, 2013 Respond
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Honda Debuts NSX Concept-GT Hybrid Race Car

Honda Debuts NSX Concept-GT Hybrid Race Car

Japanese company Honda has unveiled the NSX Concept-GT, a racing car that will take part into the GT500 class of the 2014 SUPER GT Series Round 5 “2013 AUTOBACS SUPER GT” at Suzuka Circuit.

By On August 19, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Expected To Launch A Smartwatch Next Month

Samsung Expected To Launch A Smartwatch Next Month

We have been hearing for a while that Samsung, Apple and Google are working on smart watches. However, so far, neither of the companies have confirmed these speculations. Bloomberg has now claimed that Samsung’s smartwatch offering is ready and that the company will finally unveil it next month.

By On August 18, 2013 Respond
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Piksi: A New GPS Receiver That Offers Navigation Accuracy To An Inch

Piksi: A New GPS Receiver That Offers Navigation Accuracy To An Inch

Global Positioning System (GPS) provides location and time information in all weather conditions. Colin Beighley and Fergus Noble, the team members of Swift Navigation, have devised Piksi (pronounced “pixie”), a new GPS receiver that could give unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) a GPS signal accurate to an inch.

By On August 18, 2013 Respond
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10 Must-Have Apps For This Summer

10 Must-Have Apps For This Summer

Here we have put together a short list of must-have apps which will help enhance your summer as well as your weekends. You deserve to make your vacation even better by checking out this list of 10 must-have apps for the hottest time of 2013.

By On August 17, 2013 Respond
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