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Congressmen Cite Privacy Concerns Over Google Glass

Congressmen Cite Privacy Concerns Over Google Glass

Google Glass has made many headlines as of late, being the coolest, new gadget in town. However, at the same time, many have cited concerns that Glass can easily be used to violate other’s privacy, especially at public places. Similar concerns have been voiced by members of the Congress now.

By On May 17, 2013 1 Response
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Google Barely Makes Any Major Announcements At I/O

Google Barely Makes Any Major Announcements At I/O

Google I/O is the key event where the company discusses its future plans and often unveils new offerings. However, this time, Google failed to stir the tech audience by making any major audience. Compared to sheer number of rumors of expected releases, the event turned out to be rather underwhelming.

By On May 16, 2013 Respond
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Creative Unveils Airwave NFC Wireless Speakers

Creative Unveils Airwave NFC Wireless Speakers

Creative the most well known sound system maker introduced new generation of wireless speakers Airwave HD and Airwave portable. So those who have any NFC supported device can now pair to the Airwave by simply tapping the device against the speaker. And there those who do not have NFC supported device can connect via Bluetooth manually.

By On May 15, 2013 Respond
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Bosch Unveils Power Max Electric Vehicle Charger For $450

Bosch Unveils Power Max Electric Vehicle Charger For $450

Although the electric vehicle prices are coming down, but the cost of chargers has always belonged in the $1,000-$2,000 range. Bosch is offering a level 2 industry breakthrough Power Max that combines fast 240V charging with increased affordability at a price of $450 only. The package includes 16 amp charging and a 12 foot cord.

By On May 12, 2013 Respond
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Massive Google Play Update With ‘Games’ Support Rolling Out Slowly

Massive Google Play Update With ‘Games’ Support Rolling Out Slowly

Google has released a new version 3.1.36 of Google Play services and it is very slowly rolling out to devices now. Currently, most of the device sport Google Play services 3.0.27, and it expected the version 3.1.36 will bring massive updates. The most important of these would be changes that will push Google Play Games.

By On May 12, 2013 Respond
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Number Of Cracks In Glass Can Reveal A Bullet’s Velocity, Says Researchers

Number Of Cracks In Glass Can Reveal A Bullet’s Velocity, Says Researchers

Is it possible to measure the speed of an object which it hits by counting the number of cracks? Yes, it is. Cracks in glass can help scientists determine the speed of the object that hit it.

By On May 8, 2013 Respond
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Google Glass Users With iPhone Will Soon Enjoy Complete Features

Google Glass Users With iPhone Will Soon Enjoy Complete Features

One of the key problems with Apple’s iOS is that it is very tightly closed. That is one of the reasons why iPhone users have been unable to enjoy the complete functionality of Google Glass. However, a Google employee has revealed that iPhone users will be able to use all the features on their Google Glass units soon enough.

By On May 5, 2013 Respond
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Datawind Shipped 100,000 Units Of Aakash 2 Tablet To India

Datawind Shipped 100,000 Units Of Aakash 2 Tablet To India

Aakash tablet maker DataWind Ltd announced last Thursday that the company has completed the Aakash 2 project by supplying 100,000 Aakash low-cost computing devices for IIT-Bombay (under the Indian Government’s Ministry of Human Resources Development’s National Mission for Education through Information Communication Technology).

By On May 5, 2013 Respond
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Turn Your Smartphone Into A Laptop With $250 Casetop

Turn Your Smartphone Into A Laptop With $250 Casetop

With the rapidly increasing use of mobile devices in recent years, the market for regular PCs as well as laptops has eroded. This market may erode further, especially now that many vendors let you turn your smartphone into a complete laptop. One example is that of the $250 Casetop which lets you accomplish this.

By On May 5, 2013 Respond
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Competing Google Fiber, VTel Launches Gigabit Internet Service

Competing Google Fiber, VTel Launches Gigabit Internet Service

Google recently announced that it will be rolling out its high-speed internet service, Google Fiber, in Austin come 2014. This has apparently triggered other companies in the telecom industry to launch similar ventures. One particular company, VTel, is now offering gigabit internet service at rates which are a lot lower than those offered by Google.

By On April 30, 2013 Respond
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Boeing Supersonic Airliner Concept Takes A Test Flight

Boeing Supersonic Airliner Concept Takes A Test Flight

Aviation industry has evolved quickly over the recent years and we have seen concept designs of many new airliners. But the new supersonic airliner concept, being developed by Boeing, trumps all other contemporary designs. The company is currently testing a mockup of this concept at NASA facilities.

By On April 29, 2013 Respond
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Google Finally Releases Glass Kernel GPL Source For Developers

Google Finally Releases Glass Kernel GPL Source For Developers

Google Glass’ Explorer edition has been out there for a while now. Developers have been testing it out and discerning the exploits, if any. The search giant has now released the kernel source of the gadget, letting developers delve deeper into the back-end details of the gadget.

By On April 29, 2013 Respond
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Galaxy S4 Scores High Marks On Repairability, Says iFixit

Galaxy S4 Scores High Marks On Repairability, Says iFixit

Folks at iFixit have a knack of tearing down every new gadget on the market and then discern how repairable it is. While most of Apple’s products have score fairly low when it comes to repairability, Samsung Galaxy S4 is apparently easy to disassemble and repair, earning it a high repairability score.

By On April 27, 2013 Respond
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Hacker Jailbreaks Google Glass, Gains Root Access To Its OS

Hacker Jailbreaks Google Glass, Gains Root Access To Its OS

The Explorer edition of Google Glass has already landed in the hands of such developers who were among the earliest to sign up for it. Saurik, a rather well-known iOS hacker/developer, has claimed that he has jailbroken Google Glass.

By On April 27, 2013 1 Response
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Planetary Resources Aims To Launch Its First Satellites In 2014

Planetary Resources Aims To Launch Its First Satellites In 2014

Planetary Resources, formerly known as Arkyd Astronautics, is a billionaire-backed asteroid-mining company. Planetary Resources wants to mine asteroids for their sweet, sweet minerals and make a business out of it. Recently, we have come to know that the company plans to launch its first satellites in 2014.

By On April 27, 2013 Respond
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