World’s First 4TB 2.5-inch SSD Unveiled By SanDisk, Born To Change The Game

World’s First 4TB 2.5-inch SSD Unveiled By SanDisk, Born To Change The Game

Storage has always been a major limitation of Solid State Drives (SSDs). It seems like SanDisk is about to change that. Lately, the company has announced world’s first 2.5-inch size equipped 4TB SSD in its Optimus MAX product based on 19-nanometer process technology

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Submarines May Soon See Above Water’s Surface With Virtual Periscope

Submarines May Soon See Above Water’s Surface With Virtual Periscope

A key give-away of a submarine is its periscope which rises out of the water’s surface in order to keep an eye on the enemy. Researchers are now working on a ‘virtual periscope’ which would let a submarine view above surface from under the water.

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You Can Listen To What Herbs, Spices Taste Like With This Sonic Poster

You Can Listen To What Herbs, Spices Taste Like With This Sonic Poster

Have you ever wondered how the tastes of the vast, eclectic collection of herbs and spices will ‘sound’ like? That’s right, a new sonic poster aims to give you a taste of this by letting you touch different visual presentations of these spices and hear corresponding sounds.

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Sony Revives Cassette Tape, Made 185 TB Cassette Through Its Unique Magnetic Tape Technology

Sony Revives Cassette Tape, Made 185 TB Cassette Through Its Unique Magnetic Tape Technology

Once upon a time, cassette tapes were a very popular media to listen music and songs. But due to invention of CDs, DVDs etc, tapes are now extinct. So Sony has taken the initiative to revive the moribund cassette tape industry. Lately, the company has made a cassette tape of 185 TB storage size.

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Mini Mobile Robotic Printer Gets Roaring Success On KickStarter

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer Gets Roaring Success On KickStarter

Most probably this is one of the innovative projects on KickStarter – a Mini Mobile Robotic printer that you can carry in your pocket. It is amazing because like many other mobile devices, it turns the until-now bulky printer into a sleek, small device.

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A Short List Of Hidden Android Secret Codes For Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, LG And Other Devices

A Short List Of Hidden Android Secret Codes For Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, LG And Other Devices

Android OS running handsets have enormous secret codes which you may not know. So today, we have come up with a list containing hidden Android secret codes for Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, LG and other devices.

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Stephen Hawking Warns About The Rise Of The Robots And Artificial Intelligence

Stephen Hawking Warns About The Rise Of The Robots And Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) was a notion for lab researchers a decade or so ago. Today, each of us has a little part of AI in our handsets in the form of Siri, or Cortana or some other AI-based service. Stephen Hawking, the notable physicist, has now warned against the AI.

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Steve Ballmer Becomes Microsoft’s Largest Shareholder As Gates Loses The Crown

Steve Ballmer Becomes Microsoft’s Largest Shareholder As Gates Loses The Crown

Until recently, Microsoft’s founder and former CEO Bill Gates was the largest shareholder of the company. But he has been selling his stock rapidly and as a result of a recent sale, he has fallen below Steve Ballmer who is now the largest shareholder.

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Tweets Can Report Earthquakes In Real-Time And Guide Emergency Responders

Tweets Can Report Earthquakes In Real-Time And Guide Emergency Responders

Data from Twitter has been used to all sorts of ends, including the real-time tracking of a disease’s outspread. Now, researchers are using the tweets to get real-time reports about an earthquake, so as to help guide the emergency responders.

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NASA Developing Unique Robotic Satellite Refueling System

NASA Developing Unique Robotic Satellite Refueling System

Bringing the satellites back to Earth, refueling them and again sending them into space is costly and a wastage of time. So NASA is developing a unique Robotic Satellite Refueling System that’ll help the agency refueling the aging satellites that were never meant to be refueled.

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MIT Researches Help Detect Counterfeit Products With Nanocrystals

MIT Researches Help Detect Counterfeit Products With Nanocrystals

The counterfeit industry is a mini global economy raking in hundreds of billions of dollars annually. A group of MIT researchers now aims to disrupt this industry by offering an easy way of identifying counterfeit products with the help of nanocrystals.

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NYC Will Replace Payphones With Touchscreen Versions Offering Free Wi-Fi

NYC Will Replace Payphones With Touchscreen Versions Offering Free Wi-Fi

Payphones were once an essential element of the urban life in NYC but today they languish in abandonment. The city authorities now plan to replace these payphones with touchscreen payphones which will also be used to offer free Wi-Fi.

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Scientists Finally Explain How Egyptians May Have Built The Pyramids

Scientists Finally Explain How Egyptians May Have Built The Pyramids

The Egyptian pyramids have been a cause of a lot of mystery and wonder. It has long been a riddle how the ancient Egyptians managed to use huge stones for such grand architecture. A new scientific theory finally attempts to explain this.

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FBI Strikes Vengefully, Anonymous Hacker May Get 440 Years In Jail

FBI Strikes Vengefully, Anonymous Hacker May Get 440 Years In Jail

It has been repeatedly highlighted since the tragic death of Aaron Swartz that the current anti-hacking laws in U.S. are awfully overreaching. This is manifest yet again in the example of a hacker who stands to get up to 440 years in jail for cyberstalking.

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AltSchool Is A Startup That Offers Tech-Enabled Primary Education

AltSchool Is A Startup That Offers Tech-Enabled Primary Education

A number of sectors and industries have gone increasingly technological over the last few years. The education sector, however, has been slow to catch up. AltSchool aims to take care of that by offering the first ever truly tech-enabled primary education.

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