Scientists Believe Einstein Was Very Right About Gravitational Waves

Scientists Believe Einstein Was Very Right About Gravitational Waves

Albert Einstein predicted that gravitational waves are speculated to be “an echo of the big bang [sic] in which the universe came into existence 14bn year ago.” Although many scientists were not satisfied to this theory, but interestingly major scientists believe this theory to be true.

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Find Clean Restrooms For $5 Per Visit With Airpnp

Find Clean Restrooms For $5 Per Visit With Airpnp

Airbnb may be one of the most popular ways of finding rooms to rent but if it is clean restrooms you are looking for, Airpnp is the answer. The app lets you find restrooms near you for $3 to $5 per visit.

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Google Offers Amazing Drop On Google Drive Pricing

Google Offers Amazing Drop On Google Drive Pricing

The cloud storage arena has heated up over the past few years. Google has now dropped the price tags on its Drive cloud storage very significantly, which is sure to drive up the competition.

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US Government Gives The Final Nod For A Multistakeholder Internet Governance

US Government Gives The Final Nod For A Multistakeholder Internet Governance

For decades, the key infrastructure of the internet was either directly or indirectly under the control of the US government. This may finally change as ICANN seeks a more ‘multistakeholder’ governance of the web.

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LG Unveils ArtCool Stylist, A Great-Looking Air-Conditioner

LG Unveils ArtCool Stylist, A Great-Looking Air-Conditioner

When it comes to the looks of air conditioners, there are very few that can be pegged as good looking. Most are aesthetically misfits inside houses. LG has now come up with an air-conditioner, ArtCool Stylist, that is probably the best-looking in the industry.

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Zuckerberg Calls Obama Over Online Surveillance And Spying

Zuckerberg Calls Obama Over Online Surveillance And Spying

Online privacy has been back in the headlines after a recent revelation that NSA posed as Facebook to infect users’ computers. Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, recently called President Barack Obama to ‘express frustration’ over the whole fiasco.

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PayPal Overhauls Policy To Offer Better Support For Crowdsourced Funding

PayPal Overhauls Policy To Offer Better Support For Crowdsourced Funding

Online crowdsourced funding is fast becoming a cornerstone of technological innovation. PayPal, which has stamped down on crowdsourced funding in the past, has now overhauled its policies to be somewhat more sensible.

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Apple Launches New Selfie Section On App Store

Apple Launches New Selfie Section On App Store

It would appear that selfie is on its way to formal recognition. Apple has now rolled out a special selfie section on its App Store. This section features a plethora of apps which can be used to take selfies.

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[Video] An Astronaut Was About To Die Due To Water Leakage Into His Helmet, But Survived

[Video] An Astronaut Was About To Die Due To Water Leakage Into His Helmet, But Survived

Last year during a spacewalk outside the ISS, an astronaut was about to die as water was leaking into his helmet. He was so lucky that he survived, thanks to another astronaut. However, here’s the exclusive video of that incident.

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Doctors Testing Google Glass To Get Real-time Patient Data

Doctors Testing Google Glass To Get Real-time Patient Data

Although Google Glass is certainly not a best-selling gadget, vendors, software makers and consumers are very interested in it. And now, this glass has even made doctors interested to use it. What we have come to know that some doctors are testing Google Glass to get real-time patient data.

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You Can Help Searching The Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight

You Can Help Searching The Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight

5 days have passed, but no trace of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have been found yet. Many countries are helping to search the missing Malaysia airlines flight. What you may not know that you can also help searching that plane.

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Apple Reduces iPhone Return Window To 2 Weeks

Apple Reduces iPhone Return Window To 2 Weeks

Apple has quietly implemented a major change in its iPhone return policy. Until recently, the company allowed customers to return an iPhone within 30 days but now this has been trimmed down to 14 days.

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Google Translate For Android Gets Support For 13 More Languages

Google Translate For Android Gets Support For 13 More Languages

Google Translate is an excellent app for the travelers who are frequently required to understand or communicate in different foreign languages. The Android version of the app has now received support with recognition of 13 more languages.

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Windows 8 Gets Beta Version Of  VLC In Metro UI

Windows 8 Gets Beta Version Of VLC In Metro UI

VLC’s media player has become one of the most popular video players over the last few years. Windows 8 users can rejoice now because a beta version of the player, specifically created for Windows 8, is now available.

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Scientists Built The World’s Thinnest LED, Only 3 Atoms Thick

Scientists Built The World’s Thinnest LED, Only 3 Atoms Thick

Most modern electronics, from flat-screen TVs and smartphones to wearable technologies and computer monitors, use tiny light-emitting diodes, or LEDs. Lately, scientists from University of Washington have built the world’s thinnest LED that can be used as a source of light energy in electronics.

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