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A Balloon From Google’s Project Loon Knocks Out Power Lines

A Balloon From Google’s Project Loon Knocks Out Power Lines

Google has been silently testing the balloons which are a part of its ambitious Project Loon. As part of such a test, the company was trying to land a balloon back on ground when it knocked out some power lines in Washington.

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US Ambassador Of Switzerland Takes Oath On Kindle Touch

US Ambassador Of Switzerland Takes Oath On Kindle Touch

Electronic devices are increasingly becoming a part of our lives. In the first incident of its kind, the US ambassador of Switzerland has taken her oath on an electronic copy of the US constitution which was opened on a Kindle Touch device.

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Turkey Finally Lifts The Country-Wide YouTube Ban

Turkey Finally Lifts The Country-Wide YouTube Ban

Turkish government has been increasingly proactive in banning online services in the last year or so. In a rare reversal of this trend, the government has now unbanned YouTube after a two-month blackout of the video service.

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Bangladeshi Student Commits Suicide After Posting A Status On Facebook

Bangladeshi Student Commits Suicide After Posting A Status On Facebook

Earlier we reported that a man had posted on Facebook ‘I’m about to get shot’ and gets shot immediately. However lately, we have come to know that a university student of Bangladesh, before committing suicide under a train, posted a status on Facebook and for the time being, such suicide note has turned into talked of the topics of Bangladesh.

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[Review] TwoDots: An Excellent Sequel To The Extremely Popular ‘Dots’

[Review] TwoDots: An Excellent Sequel To The Extremely Popular ‘Dots’

TwoDots is the latest-generation of the Betawork presented ‘Dots’ which was one of the most popular mobile games of 2013. This brand new game is about the journey of two brave dots who are waiting to be connected by you!

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Lookout: All-in-one Security App Uses Camera To Take Picture of Thief

Lookout: All-in-one Security App Uses Camera To Take Picture of Thief

Lookout is mobile security app which can protect any iOS device or Android device from theft, contact data loss or any other threats that can be risk for your personal information. It can automatically take selfie of thief whoever stole your smartphone!

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Five Key Highlights From Apple’s WWDC 2014

Five Key Highlights From Apple’s WWDC 2014

Apple has surely taken over the front page of the technology world with the announcements at WWDC 2014. From OS X Yosemite to a new programming language, the company is evolving, adapting and gearing up for a new era. Here, we bring you the key highlights from the event.

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OS X Yosemite: Apple Brings Desktop Closer To iOS, Available For Free

OS X Yosemite: Apple Brings Desktop Closer To iOS, Available For Free

Apple has been trying to bring its mobile and desktop platforms closer for a while now. With the new OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Apple is finally taking a huge stride towards that goal. The new version of OS X packs stunning design elements and features from iOS.

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Apple iOS 8: Quick Full Features List

Apple iOS 8: Quick Full Features List

Apple finally introduced it’s latest Operating system iOS 8 on WWDC 2014. According to Tim Cook, “Apple’s sold 100 million iPod touches, 200 million iPads and over 500 million iPhones.”

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NSA Collects Millions Of Photos From Web For Facial Recognition

NSA Collects Millions Of Photos From Web For Facial Recognition

NSA has been at the heart of a huge debate about digital privacy for the past year or so. A new report now suggests that the agency collects millions of images per day from the web for use in facial recognition to find intelligence targets.

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What Not To Expect From This WWDC 14

What Not To Expect From This WWDC 14

You guys already seen enough of guesses on what to expect from this WWDC 14. Lets look at all the facts, instead of wild imagination and fantasy, lets see what we are not going to see from Mascone Center, just few hours later.

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Birdsnap App Can Tell You What Bird You’ve Snapped

Birdsnap App Can Tell You What Bird You’ve Snapped

Birdsnap is developed by a team of researchers from Columbia University which can identify a bird species from a picture. User can also explore different species. It automatically detect visually similar species and it also able to make suggestions to distinguished among them.

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Microjoule: The Car That Travels 25,000 Miles With Just £15 Of Fuel

Microjoule: The Car That Travels 25,000 Miles With Just £15 Of Fuel

Shell Eco-Marathon contests are meant to encourage innovation in clean and fuel-friendly vehicles. In European leg of the contest, a car named ‘Microjoule’ won the top slot for its ability to cover a whopping 25,000 miles on £15 of fuel.

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Einstein’s Brain Was Not Special, New Study Suggests

Einstein’s Brain Was Not Special, New Study Suggests

Ever since his death, Einstein’s brain has been somewhat of a mystery for scientists. A 1985 study famously suggested that his brain was different from other, normal brains. But a new study refutes this claim, citing that Einstein’s brain is perfectly normal.

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First Hands-On Video Of ‘Android Wear’ Is Here

First Hands-On Video Of ‘Android Wear’ Is Here

Google launched Android Wear amid lot of fanfare. The operating system for smartwatches hinted that Google is ready to enter the wearable market. Now, the first hands-on video of Android Wear has surfaced, running atop an LG smartwatch.

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