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Oxymora: Fonts That Leave A Superb Impression To Others

Oxymora: Fonts That Leave A Superb Impression To Others

In some way, font is a very much important thing in digital printing media. Barcelona-based Birgit Palma has explored some fonts that can leave a superb impression to others regarding your font choice for your digital printing media.

By On June 30, 2014 Respond
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Google Hangouts No Longer Require A Plugin For Chrome Users

Google Hangouts No Longer Require A Plugin For Chrome Users

If you are a regular user of Google’s video Hangouts service, you’ll be glad to know that the experience on desktop for this service is about to get a little more stable. Google has announced that Google Hangouts will no longer require a plugin for Chrome users.

By On June 28, 2014 Respond
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Google Cardboard: The Weirdest Thing At Google I/O 2014

Google Cardboard: The Weirdest Thing At Google I/O 2014

Each year at I/O, Google gives all of the developers in the audience a gift. Some years it’s a tablet while some years, it’s a laptop. But this year at I/O, Google has given the attendees a piece of cardboard! Actually it’s an app that lets Android users transform their phones into Virtual Reality headsets.

By On June 26, 2014 Respond
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HP Is Revolutionizing Computing With ‘The Machine’

HP Is Revolutionizing Computing With ‘The Machine’

The pace of technological advancement today is so rapid that there is an ever-greater need for better computing solutions. HP is offering one in the shape of ‘The Machine’, a computing setup that rethinks even the basics and offers a truly next-generation solution.

By On June 13, 2014 Respond
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Cyber Attacks Cost $400 Billion A Year, Wrecking Global Economy

Cyber Attacks Cost $400 Billion A Year, Wrecking Global Economy

The frequency and severity of cyber attack has sharply risen over the past few years. With the key targets being financial institutions, banks and industry entities, it isn’t surprising to note that these cyber attacks cost the global economy a cool $400 billion each year.

By On June 11, 2014 1 Response
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Einstein’s Brain Was Not Special, New Study Suggests

Einstein’s Brain Was Not Special, New Study Suggests

Ever since his death, Einstein’s brain has been somewhat of a mystery for scientists. A 1985 study famously suggested that his brain was different from other, normal brains. But a new study refutes this claim, citing that Einstein’s brain is perfectly normal.

By On May 30, 2014 Respond
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Dutch Scientists Teleport Information Using Quantum Entanglement

Dutch Scientists Teleport Information Using Quantum Entanglement

There is a lot going on in the field of quantum physics and quantum technology these days. Dutch scientists have now joined the fray by successfully teleporting information over a distance of 10 feet, exploiting a phenomenon called ‘quantum entanglement.’

By On May 30, 2014 Respond
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New Wind Turbine Makes Little Noise, Said To Be More Efficient Than Other Turbines

New Wind Turbine Makes Little Noise, Said To Be More Efficient Than Other Turbines

Wind turbine makes some kind of obnoxious noise. But lately, Rotterdam-based tech firm The Archimedes has officially introduced a wind turbine called Liam F1 Urban Wind Turbine which makes very little noise. Most importantly, the turbine is said to be considerably more efficient than most other conventional turbines.

By On May 29, 2014 Respond
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Mealspec Announces Flameless Heater Which Can Cook Actual Food

Mealspec Announces Flameless Heater Which Can Cook Actual Food

Flameless heaters are nothing new. They have long been used to cook up rationed food by the U.S. military and are now becoming popular with the outdoor-camping crowd. Mealspec recently unveiled a new ‘Heater’ bag which is one of the most effective flameless heaters in the market.

By On May 28, 2014 Respond
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GoDaddy Shuts Down Mexican Protest Site Over Homeland Security Orders

GoDaddy Shuts Down Mexican Protest Site Over Homeland Security Orders

GoDaddy has shut down a Mexican protest site on the behest of Homeland Security. A lawsuit has been filed by the protest site now. Now it’s time to see, where the game ends.

By On May 26, 2014 Respond
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Powdered Food vs Solid Food: What’s The Difference?

Powdered Food vs Solid Food: What’s The Difference?

Nutritionists and food experts have often wondered what happens if humans start eating powdered food instead of solid food. An experiment at Tohoku University, Japan has revealed that it results in high blood pressure and high glucose levels in blood.

By On May 25, 2014 Respond
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Crowd CMS: An Open-Source, Free Web Platform For Non-Profits

Crowd CMS: An Open-Source, Free Web Platform For Non-Profits

Compared to notable brands and for-profit organizations, non-profits often have a lack-luster online presence. Crowd CMS, a new KickStarter project, aims to change that by creating an open-source and free web platform for the non-profits.

By On May 19, 2014 Respond
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Robotic Arm Uses Leap Motion Controller To Disarm Bombs

Robotic Arm Uses Leap Motion Controller To Disarm Bombs

Disarming bombs can be dangerous and a new technology now promises to make it safer and more effective. Created by Mirror Training, the tech makes use of Leap Motion controller together with an interface and a robotic arm.

By On May 19, 2014 Respond
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Seagate Unveils 1.5TB ‘Samsung Wireless’ With Wi-Fi, Battery

Seagate Unveils 1.5TB ‘Samsung Wireless’ With Wi-Fi, Battery

If you hate the need to plug in and plug out your external hard drive when connecting to your computer or a mobile device, here are some good news for you. Seagate has unveiled a new drive called ‘Samsung Wireless’ which includes Wi-Fi and a built-in battery.

By On May 14, 2014 Respond
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Lenovo Unveiled 10-inch Windows Tablet ThinkPad 10

Lenovo Unveiled 10-inch Windows Tablet ThinkPad 10

Lenovo has unveiled 10-inch Windows based tablet called the ThinkPad 10. It packs Intel Atom Quad Core processor, 4GB memory, and offers 3G/4G LTE and more features.

By On May 14, 2014 Respond
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