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Top 5 Budget Android Tablets Of 2014

Top 5 Budget Android Tablets Of 2014

Sometimes, high end Tablets are only for recreational purpose and does not worth to buy if you only focus on its productivity. We have listed and accumulated some important points here which will help you to choose a perfect Android Tablet within your low budget.

By On December 28, 2014 Respond
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A Technical Wishlist For PC Gamers

A Technical Wishlist For PC Gamers

Research firm DFC Intelligence raised its forecast regarding the fiscal success of the PC gaming industry from $22 billion to $25 billion in 2014. Here is a list of the technical features PC gamers have on their wishlists this year.

By On December 19, 2014 Respond
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reCAPTCHA: An Improved Version Of Google’s CAPTCHA, Really Awesome

reCAPTCHA: An Improved Version Of Google’s CAPTCHA, Really Awesome

The CAPTCHA is a familiar sight to any Internet user who’s ever had to log in anywhere on the Web. It’s supposed to be simple – you correctly punch in some random squiggly, generated words to prove you’re not a robot, and then presto, you’re in. But sometimes the letters or symbols in given in a most scribbled way that you can’t even understand it. And now, to get ride of this problem, Google has introduced an improved version of CAPTCHA called noCAPTCHA reCAPTCHA.

By On December 6, 2014 Respond
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Google To Release Kid-friendly Versions Of Its Products

Google To Release Kid-friendly Versions Of Its Products

Google is one of the biggest tech companies on the planet that owns and operates some of the most widely used online services. Even kids love to use Google’s products and services. But as the same time it’s true that not all the products of Google are kid-friendly. So now, Google has decided to design and release kid-friendly versions of its products.

By On December 4, 2014 Respond
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Police Who Killed An Unarmed Teenager In Fatal Shooting Won’t Be Charged, Public Erupted In Violence

Police Who Killed An Unarmed Teenager In Fatal Shooting Won’t Be Charged, Public Erupted In Violence

On August 9 during a fatal shooting, 28-year-old Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson killed an 18-year-old unarmed black teenager named Michael Brown. A killing charge was submitted against that police officer. But lately, a grand jury has dismissed the case by declaring that Wilson will not be charged for killing that teenager in that fatal shooting.

By On November 27, 2014 Respond
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Fontus: A Self-filling Bottle That Takes Water From The Air As You Cycle

Fontus: A Self-filling Bottle That Takes Water From The Air As You Cycle

Austrian designer Kristof Retezar has invented a new device for your bike that collects the moisture contained in the atmosphere, condenses it and stores it as fresh drinking water.

By On November 19, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Discover Monster Chromosomes Play A Role For Cancer Growth

Scientists Discover Monster Chromosomes Play A Role For Cancer Growth

Every now and then, researcher are trying to devise such a method or technology that can eradicate cancer and its growth. Earlier scientists mentioned that poor sleep accelerate cancer spread. And now, they have found that monster chromosomes are responsible more or less for cancer growth.

By On November 14, 2014 Respond
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MIT Computer Scientists Can Predict The Price Of Bitcoin

MIT Computer Scientists Can Predict The Price Of Bitcoin

Can you say what will be the price of Bitcoin few minutes or few days later? Don’t think that I am joking – I am serious, guys. I assume that you may not be able to say that. But here’s the twist – computer scientists at MIT can predict the price of Bitcoin.

By On October 25, 2014 1 Response
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Rooms: An Anonymous Forum Chat Launched By Facebook

Rooms: An Anonymous Forum Chat Launched By Facebook

Facebook launches new app called ‘Rooms’ which rejuvenates the old concept of anonymous chat forums. Users can create rooms themselves, invite selected people through QR codes and chat away on their favorite topics.

By On October 24, 2014 Respond
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Google Includes Yahoo And Outlook In Its New Update

Google Includes Yahoo And Outlook In Its New Update

Google is all psyched up about Android 5.0-Lollipop and they are already preparing all the apps to take the leap. Their latest change includes an updated Gmail app for android, which can handle both Yahoo and Outlook within itself.

By On October 22, 2014 Respond
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Firefox Introduces Firefox Hello That Enables Video Calling Through Browser

Firefox Introduces Firefox Hello That Enables Video Calling Through Browser

Firefox introduces Firefox Hello to users, which enables us to make calls through the browser without having to install any plug-in.

By On October 18, 2014 Respond
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All Surprised! Microsoft’s Next OS Is Windows 10, Not Windows 9

All Surprised! Microsoft’s Next OS Is Windows 10, Not Windows 9

Yesterday, Microsoft held an event in San Francisco. Everyone had expected that Microsoft would announce the name of Windows 9 as its next OS, but surprising all, Microsoft announced Windows 10 as its next OS.

By On October 1, 2014 Respond
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Y-40 Deep Joy: The World’s Deepest Swimming Pool Certified By Guinness Book of Records

Y-40 Deep Joy: The World’s Deepest Swimming Pool Certified By Guinness Book of Records

An Italian spa complex has created a swimming pool called Y-40 Deep Joy, which the Guinness Book of Records has certified as the world’s deepest pool. This swimming pool has a depth of 42-meter (138 feet). And it is filled with 4.3 million liters (1.1 million gallons) of thermal water, allowing divers to plunge without the skin suits they’d need in open seas or lakes.

By On September 30, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Further Reveals Plans For Internet-connected Drones

Facebook Further Reveals Plans For Internet-connected Drones

Many of you may know that social media giant Facebook has plans to use drones and lasers to ‘beam’ internet to the world and to implement the plan, Facebook has already started building drones with lasers. But nothing has been mentioned further. Now, Yael Maguire, engineering director at Facebook Connectivity Lab has revealed a bit further about the plan.

By On September 24, 2014 Respond
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Study Finds Birds Have More Precise Brains Than Humans

Study Finds Birds Have More Precise Brains Than Humans

Brain might be the most vital part of any animal. Although, birds are quite small compared to human beings, lately researchers have found that birds do have more precise brains than humans.

By On September 21, 2014 Respond
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