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[Review] NanoHeat Cup Warmer Keeps Tea, Coffee And Others Always Warm

[Review] NanoHeat Cup Warmer Keeps Tea, Coffee And Others Always Warm

It might have happened with you that you are busy in something for a while and your tea or coffee gets cold in that mean time. At that time, if you are desperate to drink that, then either you have to drink that cold coffee or tea, or once again you need to warm it up. But if you have Nano Heat Cup Warmer, your coffee or tea never gets cold no matter when you are going to drink that. Nano Heat Cup Warmer is basically a pocket heater that can keep your tea, coffee or something else constantly warm using “NanoHeat Technology.” Details inside.

By On March 7, 2013 Respond
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Nexus 7 Dock Available At Google Play Store For $30

Nexus 7 Dock Available At Google Play Store For $30

The official Nexus 7 Dock is now listed on Google Play for $29.99. We first noticed the dock on a B&H Listing which had a release date of January 10. But it took a few months more to come out. Google has confirmed through Twitter that the dock is selling in Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, the UK and the U.S.

By On March 7, 2013 Respond
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Leaked Samsung Galaxy S IV Screenshots Confirm Smart Scroll Rumors

Leaked Samsung Galaxy S IV Screenshots Confirm Smart Scroll Rumors

We recently reported that according to a NYT article, Samsung is readying the option of eye-controlled scroll which will allegedly be included in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV smartphone. A few leaked screenshots of Galaxy S IV, revealed by Sam Mobile, tend to corroborate this claim.

By On March 6, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Secures 3.08 Percent Share In Sharp By Investing $112 Million

Samsung Secures 3.08 Percent Share In Sharp By Investing $112 Million

Sharp electronics, well known for creating top-quality displays, LCDs and TVs, has been in trouble for quite some time now. The company has apparently been struggling with its finances and has been trying to secure outside investment. Now, Samsung has decided to pool in with $112 million, securing 3.08 percent share in the company.

By On March 6, 2013 Respond
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Apple Brings Education-Only 21.5-inch iMac For $1099

Apple Brings Education-Only 21.5-inch iMac For $1099

Apple Launches Education only model 21.5-Inch iMac for Educational Institutions. This special model is $200 cheaper than the entry-level pricing for consumer models and comes with minimum specs.

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Canadian Android Users Get Free Voice Call Feature Through Facebook Messenger

Canadian Android Users Get Free Voice Call Feature Through Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is the most common app that every Android user keep in their devices. And now it seems like Facebook is planning to dominate the communication space. The social network has updated its Messenger For Android and added VoIP calling for Canadian users.

By On March 6, 2013 Respond
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Nikon Unveils 20.1-megapixel Budget Compact Camera – Coolpix S3500

Nikon Unveils 20.1-megapixel Budget Compact Camera – Coolpix S3500

We have already seen Nikon Coolpix S800c – the first smart camera with android. The camera grabbed a lot of attention from customers. Recently, Nikon has just unveiled a new budget compact camera called Coolpix S3500 which is said to have more traction power than S800C. The Coolpix S3500 is a more than 20-megapixel camera along with many other features.

By On March 5, 2013 Respond
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Jailed Hacker Breaks Into Prison Computers During IT Class

Jailed Hacker Breaks Into Prison Computers During IT Class

Hackers are rarely nabbed by the authorities but once they get caught, they usually end up in a jail, given the long list of charges against most of them. One such hacker, Nicholas Webber, was jailed for a hacker marketplace site ‘GhostMarket’ which he had created. In prison, he was invited to an IT class where he was able to hack into prison’s mainframe.

By On March 4, 2013 Respond
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Texas Declares War On Drones

Texas Declares War On Drones

The purpose of making flying robots or drones was to keep an eye on the criminals in a more smooth and easy way. But now, besides keeping an eye on the criminals, drones are also used spying upon general people, specially upon US citizens. Many organizations like the EFF and ACLU have tried to raise the issue over people’s privacy concern, but failed to grab government’s attention. But now, Texas has declared war on the drones.

By On March 3, 2013 Respond
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The Griffin “MouthStick Stylus” Helps The Disabled Operate Tablets

The Griffin “MouthStick Stylus” Helps The Disabled Operate Tablets

Those people who are living with some sort of physical disability like the loss of limbs or being unable to use them due to stroke or paralysis, or a serious injury to the spinal column as a result of an automobile crash or other accident, will be pleased to know that the world has not forgotten about them when it comes to using touchscreen devices. Griffin Technology, makers of a slew of iPhone accessories and other gear, has announced Mouthstick, a capacitive touchscreen stylus for people who can’t use their hands. Details inside.

By On March 3, 2013 Respond
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Image And Details Of 5-Inch Huawei Ascend G710 Leaked

Image And Details Of 5-Inch Huawei Ascend G710 Leaked

In the recent past, Huawei has ventured into the mainstream smartphone market, trying to establish a solid user base by launching high-end smartphones. Whether or not these handsets will be a success, only time can tell. For now, Evleaks has spotted a rather mid-end Huawei Ascend G710 smartphone supporting a 5-inch display.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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Apple Files Patent For A Camera With Built-In Privacy Filter

Apple Files Patent For A Camera With Built-In Privacy Filter

With the rise of mobile devices, cameras have become very popular and are essentially available to every other person. However, this has raised the critical question of individual privacy at public places. Interestingly, Apple has now filed a patent which speaks about a camera with built-in privacy filter.

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DryWire’s New Nano-Coating Technology Makes Your Phone Waterproof

DryWire’s New Nano-Coating Technology Makes Your Phone Waterproof

Recently, Los Angeles based startup DryWired has made a protector for mobile devices. The company says that its new nano coating can give both smartphones and tablets the ability to withstand drops and water.

By On February 28, 2013 Respond
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Mio Unveils Special Heart-tracking Watch ‘Alpha’ At MWC 2013

Mio Unveils Special Heart-tracking Watch ‘Alpha’ At MWC 2013

Mio, a company that has been in the heart rate monitor business for 13 years, decided to change the way people think about tracking heart rate by making a special heart-tracking watch – Alpha. The company even had pleaded for funds through popular crowdfunding source, Kickstarter, and it finally succeeded to fulfill its funding goal. Later the company started to develop that Alpha heart-tracking watch and recently has unveiled at the MWC 2013. Alpha promises to monitor heart rate without the use of a chest strap.

By On February 28, 2013 Respond
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Sony Unveils Xperia Tablet Z, The World’s Thinnest 10.1-Inch Tablet

Sony Unveils Xperia Tablet Z, The World’s Thinnest 10.1-Inch Tablet

Two primary things that determine the success of any mobile device are looks and performance. When it comes to looks, the overall feel and thickness of a smartphone or a tablet is considered very significant. Considering this criterion, Sony’s new Xperia Tablet Z is a hands-down winner, being the thinnest 10.1-inch tablet ever.

By On February 25, 2013 Respond
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