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The US Army Testing Halo Like Helmets!

The US Army Testing Halo Like Helmets!

The US Army has always considered providing the best gadgets and things to its soldiers for work and their protection. Earlier we have seen helicopter pilots of the US Army getting wearable computers and an exceptional face paint that protects soldiers’ skin from bomb blasts. And now, the US Army is testing cutting edge, Halo video game like helmets.

By On October 28, 2013 Respond
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Logitech’s Leaked iPhone Gamepad Powershell Is Real, Trademark Filed

Logitech’s Leaked iPhone Gamepad Powershell Is Real, Trademark Filed

Earlier we have seen famous leaker @evleaks leaking the initial images of first MFi iPhone game controller named Powershell by Logitech. But it was not sure at then whether or not Logitech is really making the iPhone gamepad. But as Logitech has filed for the trademark, it means that company is really making the iPhone gamepad.

By On October 28, 2013 Respond
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Dolphins Inspire Researchers Creating New Radar System To Detect Bombs

Dolphins Inspire Researchers Creating New Radar System To Detect Bombs

Now a days, instead of human beings, robots are used or sent to detect bombs and defuse them. But lately, Dolphins have inspired researchers to create a new radar system to detect hidden surveillance and explosive devices.

By On October 28, 2013 Respond
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[Video] Spend $10 And Turn Your Smartphone Into A Microscope

[Video] Spend $10 And Turn Your Smartphone Into A Microscope

Do you wish to turn your smartphone into a microscope? You can easily do that. What you need to do is just to spend $10 and follow the step-by-step instruction.

By On October 26, 2013 Respond
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Scientists Recreated The Sense Of Touch With Direct-To-Brain Electrical Signals

Scientists Recreated The Sense Of Touch With Direct-To-Brain Electrical Signals

The technology of prosthetic limbs that fulfill the lack of any body part, is advancing tremendously. Sense and brain signal are two very important facts for appropriate functioning of prosthetic limbs. However, lately a group of researchers from the University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins University has recreated the sense of touch with direct-to-brain electrical signals.

By On October 25, 2013 Respond
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NASA’s LADEE LLCD Sets New Space Data Transmission Record, 622Mbps

NASA’s LADEE LLCD Sets New Space Data Transmission Record, 622Mbps

Lasers are indisputably awesome and space agency NASA has led the attribution a bit higher. NASA’s lunar probe Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE), which started orbiting the Moon earlier this month, has set a record breaking data transmission between the Moon and Earth with 622 Mb of data per second.

By On October 24, 2013 Respond
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[Video] LG Brings Its First Firefox OS Smartphone, The Fireweb

[Video] LG Brings Its First Firefox OS Smartphone, The Fireweb

LG is going to launch its first smartphone designed to run Firefox OS named LG Fireweb. Like ZTE and Huawei handsets, LG is also designing lower-end handset meant for those who are looking for an entry-level device.

By On October 24, 2013 Respond
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Nokia Officially Launched Its First Windows Tablet Lumia 2520

Nokia Officially Launched Its First Windows Tablet Lumia 2520

We report earlier that leaker @evleaks has leaked images of Nokia’s first Windows RT tablet. And finally Nokia’s Windows 8.1 RT tablet is now official as the Lumia 2520. The tablet is very much stylish like a Lumia Windows Phone.

By On October 23, 2013 1 Response
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Chinese Scientists Invented World’s First WiFi Emitting Lightbulb

Chinese Scientists Invented World’s First WiFi Emitting Lightbulb

Thomas Alva Edison is known as the inventor of light bulb. Later, with the help of science and technology, scientists have created more glittering light bulbs. Lately, some Chinese scientists have invented the world’s first light bulb that emits its own wi-fi signal.

By On October 22, 2013 Respond
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YouTube Announces Nominees For Music Awards 2013

YouTube Announces Nominees For Music Awards 2013

YouTube’s annual celebration of online musical talent, the Music Awards, is here. The site has finally announced the shortlisted candidates who are nominees in different categories.

By On October 22, 2013 Respond
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Reports Say HTC Working On A Smartwatch

Reports Say HTC Working On A Smartwatch

Although the smartphone market is the stormiest arena in the tech world right now, many predict that smartwatch may be the next big thing. The likes of Samsung have already jumped the fray and now reports have it that HTC is also working on a smartwatch of its own.

By On October 22, 2013 Respond
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[Rumor] Google All Set To Launch Its Smartwatch ‘Within Week’

[Rumor] Google All Set To Launch Its Smartwatch ‘Within Week’

Although Samsung, Apple, Microsoft and Google are working on smartwatches, none have released any smartwatches yet. Lately a rumor is swirling around that Google is all set to launch its smartwatch ‘within week.’

By On October 21, 2013 Respond
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Google Patents Heart-shaped Hand Gesture For Users To ‘Like’ Real Life Objects

Google Patents Heart-shaped Hand Gesture For Users To ‘Like’ Real Life Objects

Whenever we like something on Facebook, we hit the “Like” button to share/express our feelings. But search giant Google has come up up with a new idea. Lately Google has patented heart-shaped hand gesture for users to ‘like’ real life objects.

By On October 19, 2013 Respond
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Sony Will Retail PS4 For $1853 In Brazil, Four Times The Price In US

Sony Will Retail PS4 For $1853 In Brazil, Four Times The Price In US

Electronics tend to be really expensive when they are made available in Brazil, compared to their international prices elsewhere. Same is the case with Sony’s PlayStation 4. Sony is retailing the console for a whopping $1853 in Brazil which is nearly four times its price in the US.

By On October 18, 2013 Respond
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Nokia Comes Up With Multi-Screen Smartwatch Design

Nokia Comes Up With Multi-Screen Smartwatch Design

The smartwatch race has already begun and in the arena of popular tech, Samsung has sounded the bugle with its Galaxy Gear. It’s only a matter of time before other tech companies join the fray. A patent recently awarded to Nokia hints that the company may be readying a multi-screen smartwatch of its own.

By On October 18, 2013 1 Response
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