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NYT Reporter Dismisses Elon Musk’s Allegations Over Tesla Model S Review

NYT Reporter Dismisses Elon Musk’s Allegations Over Tesla Model S Review

We reported earlier that after a rather caustic NYT review of Tesla’s Model S, Elon Musk penned down a detailed rejoinder to it. Now, the NYT reported who wrote the review has responded to Mr. Musk’s allegations point by point.

By On February 16, 2013 Respond
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KickStarter Project Artme Turns Your Electronic Devices Into Cool Art

KickStarter Project Artme Turns Your Electronic Devices Into Cool Art

More often than not, most of us get the urge to have a gadget which is exclusively designed to our liking. We want it to reflect a part of us in its outlook. In other words, we crave customization. Artme, a KickStarter project, now envisions to do that precisely by offering a whole range of cool art which would be available for different devices.

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Airbus Decides To Ditch Lithium-Ion Batteries In A350

Airbus Decides To Ditch Lithium-Ion Batteries In A350

Recently, the security risk posed by the use of lithium-ion batteries in Boeing 787 forced the aviation giant to ground these planes. Taking a lesson from this, Airbus is planning to use the regular nickel-cadmium batteries in its A350 plane, sources claim.

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Elon Musk Debunks NYT Review About Model S, Presents Data Logs

Elon Musk Debunks NYT Review About Model S, Presents Data Logs

We recently reported that after a scathing review of Tesla’s Model S in New York Times, Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk claimed that the review was based on inaccurate data. Now he has provided the data logs to prove his claim and in the light of this data, it does seem that NYT’s reporter was determined to give the impression that the car didn’t perform well enough.

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Library Of Congress Envisions Archive Of Early US Sound Recordings

Library Of Congress Envisions Archive Of Early US Sound Recordings

Audio recordings of a decade ago or half a century ago are terribly hard to find and access. Most of them are present in mediums which are hard to avail for a common person. Even if the medium to run the recording is furnished, it is hard to reach the recording itself. Library of Congress intends to change that with its National Recording Preservation Plan.

By On February 15, 2013 Respond
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USC Creates Triple-Capacity Battery Using Silicon Nanowires, Recharges In 10 Minutes

USC Creates Triple-Capacity Battery Using Silicon Nanowires, Recharges In 10 Minutes

With the increasingly greater power demands of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, the world is on the hunt for better batteries. While many industry giants are working on it, University of Southern California seems to have come up with an excellent solution. Using silicon nanowire, the university has created a battery with three times the normal energy capacity.

By On February 14, 2013 Respond
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iFixit Tears Down Surface Pro, Says It Comes With Poor Repairability

iFixit Tears Down Surface Pro, Says It Comes With Poor Repairability

iFixit folks have a knack of tearing down the latest of gadgets and giving us a detailed break-down of what their insides look like. The team also dishes out a rating as to how repairable a given tablet, smartphone or any other device is. The latest ‘victim’ of iFixit is the Surface Pro slate which, the team claims, comes with very poor repairability.

By On February 14, 2013 Respond
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President Obama Signs National Cybersecurity Executive Order

President Obama Signs National Cybersecurity Executive Order

U.S. government has been working diligently to bring cybersecurity legislation into mainstream, apparently meant to guard critical national infrastructures and businesses based in the U.S. To this end, President Obama recently signed an executive order which intends to improve national cybersecurity.

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NASA Launches Landsat 8 Satellite To Better Study Climate

NASA Launches Landsat 8 Satellite To Better Study Climate

NASA’s Earth Science program is focused on discerning climate changes by keeping a close eye on Earth’s environment. To this end, the space agency has launched a new satellite named Landsat 8 which comes equipped with better light and thermal sensors. The satellite was launched to space on February 11, at 1:02 p.m. EST.

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LG Officially Announced Optimus G Pro With 5.5-inch HD Display, Quad-Core CPU

LG Officially Announced Optimus G Pro With 5.5-inch HD Display, Quad-Core CPU

LG has officially revealed Optimus G Pro, a 5.5-inch Android Smartphone. LG has not disclosed the detailed specs but a few, like the phone has a 5.5-inch 1080p display and a quad-core CPU.

By On February 13, 2013 Respond
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American Express Cardholders Can Buy Stuff By Tweeting Hashtags Now

American Express Cardholders Can Buy Stuff By Tweeting Hashtags Now

E-retail companies are increasingly incorporating social media in their marketing campaigns, trying to leverage the massive audience on the social networks. To this end, Amex Sync has now launched the option of buying stuff simply by tweeting hashtags about them. The offer is limited to American Express cardholders.

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Android 4.2.2 Spotted On Nexus Smartphones And Tablets

Android 4.2.2 Spotted On Nexus Smartphones And Tablets

We have been hearing that an Android 4.2.2 update is due to arrive this month. Recent rounds of rumors had pegged the expected date of release somewhere in February, 2013. Now, multiple reports cite that the update is starting to arrive on a number of Nexus devices.

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Nokia Announces $102 Asha 310 With Wi-Fi And Dual-SIM

Nokia Announces $102 Asha 310 With Wi-Fi And Dual-SIM

Nokia’s Asha phones seem to be gathering significant momentum in developing markets. Building on the success of its earlier handsets, the company has announced yet another addition to the family – Asha 310. Asha 310 arrives with a 3-inch touchscreen display, support for dual SIM functionality and ability to use Wi-Fi.

By On February 12, 2013 Respond
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Google Taking Orders For Nexus 4 Wireless Charger

Google Taking Orders For Nexus 4 Wireless Charger

Last October when Google announced for the Nexus 4, it also said, ‘Google would be shipping a wireless charger soon for Nexus 4.” Finally Google has started taking orders for Nexus 4 wireless charging accessory. Now all Nexus 4 owners can order the wireless charging dock from Google Play.

By On February 12, 2013 Respond
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Apple Working On A Curved Glass For iWatch, Reports NYT

Apple Working On A Curved Glass For iWatch, Reports NYT

Every once in a while, someone in the press speculates or presents an ‘inside source’ that makes a claim about a prospective iWatch from Apple. So far, things haven’t gone beyond rumors and speculations about such a product. But now, New York Times and Wall Street Journal have reported that Apple is indeed experimenting with a wrist-worn iOS device that may use curved glass.

By On February 11, 2013 Respond
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