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Hawaii Approves Construction Of World’s Largest Optical Telescope

Hawaii Approves Construction Of World’s Largest Optical Telescope

One of the important instruments that helps astronomers to discover the space more accurately is telescope. The good news is last Friday, Hawaiian Board of Land and Natural Resources approved the construction of the world’s largest optical telescope called the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) in the territory. This telescope will be able to image objects 13 billion light years away, near the beginning of time!

By On April 15, 2013 Respond
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Leaked Document Hints AT&T May Launch Galaxy S4 On April 26

Leaked Document Hints AT&T May Launch Galaxy S4 On April 26

Samsung unveiled its long anticipated Galaxy S4 smartphone on March 14. The new smartphone packs stunning looks, superior hardware and a whole plethora of new features. Recently, a leaked document from Staples has hinted that Galaxy S4 might be available for AT&T customers from April 26.

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WSJ: Microsoft Working On Touch-Enabled Watch

WSJ: Microsoft Working On Touch-Enabled Watch

Microsoft has gotten serious with the hardware business. It has launched its own tablet PC line-up, though the company said the models are to showcase the capabilities of a Windows tablet. The company is also speculated to have been testing its own smartphone. A new revelation suggests that Microsoft is also exploring the smartwatch arena.

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ASUS FonePad Up For Pre-Order In UK, Shipping Starts On April 26

ASUS FonePad Up For Pre-Order In UK, Shipping Starts On April 26

We earlier report that, ASUS first shows off it’s FonePad at the MWC 2013. At that time the Taiwanese company said the 7-inch device would be arriving in the European market at some time in March. After passing some weeks, ASUS again announced of taking pre-orders for the United Kingdom this time.

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Microsoft Ships New Patch For Surface, Fixes Wi-Fi And Other Issues

Microsoft Ships New Patch For Surface, Fixes Wi-Fi And Other Issues

Microsoft has already released two updates to fix Wi-Fi problems in Surface tablets. Microsoft has released a third patch aiming to fix Wi-Fi issues in Surface. Microsoft’s April 9 updates for Suface RT and Surface Pro include hardware driver and firmware fixes, along with fixes for other issues.

By On April 10, 2013 Respond
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Intel’s Next-Gen Thunderbolt Features 20 Gbps Data Rate, 4K Video Support

Intel’s Next-Gen Thunderbolt Features 20 Gbps Data Rate, 4K Video Support

The Thunderbolt technology may not have gained traction, but that hasn’t stopped Intel from fine-tuning the technology. The result of this ongoing development has been announced yesterday at NAB, and the update is huge.

By On April 9, 2013 Respond
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HBO Go iOS App Adds AirPlay Multitasking Capability

HBO Go iOS App Adds AirPlay Multitasking Capability

HBO Go, a streaming service from HBO, lets you enjoy your favorite shows, movies, sports and more. The HBO Go iOS app got an update with version 2.1, added exciting new features including AirPlay multitasking capability.

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Cincinnati Bell To Offer Sony Xperia ZL For $250 With Contract

Cincinnati Bell To Offer Sony Xperia ZL For $250 With Contract

Cincinnati Bell is going to be the first carrier to offer Sony Xperia ZL. Sony was selling the Xperia ZL directly to U.S. consumers through its web store at $759 (LTE) and $719 (HSPA+). But no carrier was offering it the States. A last, Cincinnati Bell has announced to offer the Sony Xperia ZL for $249.99 soon.

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Sony Brings FMP-X1 4K Media Player And 4K Video Distribution Service

Sony Brings FMP-X1 4K Media Player And 4K Video Distribution Service

In the NAB conference held on April 7 in Las Vegas, Sony announced its FMP-X1 4K media player and 4K video distribution service, along with cheaper 4K TVs.

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CRD Distributes GPS Bracelets To Save Human Rights Activists In Times Of Attack

CRD Distributes GPS Bracelets To Save Human Rights Activists In Times Of Attack

The Civil Rights Defenders (CRD), a non-profit group devoted to human rights, has issued their first set of GPS bracelets under the Natalia project. The bracelet, currently distributed among 5 activists, will alert the CRD headquarter, other activists nearby, and all of CRD’d social media following if the bracelets owner is kidnapped or attacked.

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Sony Brings Two Speaker Docks For iPhone And Walkman, Include Alarm Clock And Radio

Sony Brings Two Speaker Docks For iPhone And Walkman, Include Alarm Clock And Radio

Sony has unveiled two new speaker docks at its domestic market; one of these is targeted as a peripheral for Apple devices, and another is for Sony’s Walkman series. The iPod / iPhone dock is branded as SRS-GC11IP, and the Walkman dock as numbered RDP-NWC11.

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Students Made Anti-Rape Lingerie, Can Deliver 3800 Kilovolt Electric Shock

Students Made Anti-Rape Lingerie, Can Deliver 3800 Kilovolt Electric Shock

Last year in December, a 23-year old physiotherapy student was brutally gang raped on a bus in New Delhi and later she died due to massive injuries. That tragic incident stirred the Indians a lot. Following that incident, three engineering students from the SRM Institute of Science and Technology in Tamil Nadu, India, decided to make such undergarments for females, that’ll protect them from being molested or raped. After huge efforts, the trio has made a special lingerie that’ll give heavy electric shocks if someone tries to molest or rape a female, thus keeps a female safe.

By On April 6, 2013 Respond
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AT&T Rolls Out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update For LG Optimus G

AT&T Rolls Out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update For LG Optimus G

Earlier we reported that Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 has started getting Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) update. Now, we found AT&T’s LG Optimus G has also started receiving Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) OTA update. Engadget has posted an image where it shows Android 4.1.2 running in an Optimus G on AT&T’s network.

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MYO — A Forearm Worn Band That Lets You Control Devices Using Gestures

MYO — A Forearm Worn Band That Lets You Control Devices Using Gestures

One of the hottest areas for tech development in the last few years has been gesture control, which allows users to interact with computers without having to touch any inputs like a keyboard or a mouse. A lot of gesture control devices have already been made that can get people free from being physically ‘wired’ to their computers. However, a company named Thalmic Labs, which started by three engineering graduates from University of Waterloo, has brought a new device called MYO that can detect motion and muscle movements and allows you to control your Mac, PC, or other devices using gestures.

By On April 4, 2013 Respond
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Baidu Eye — Another Competitor Of Google Glass

Baidu Eye — Another Competitor Of Google Glass

Though Google Glass is the apparent pioneer in a new breed of augmented reality gadgets, it is not going to have a road of roses. We have already heard about similar developments by LG and Sony. Now, there is another entry in the list – Baidu.

By On April 3, 2013 Respond
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