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Apple Engineer Uses Lego To Build A Programmable Drawing Machine

Apple Engineer Uses Lego To Build A Programmable Drawing Machine

We have seen some truly impressive Lego creations in the past. Joining the league is a programmable drawing machine which has been created by an Apple engineer using Lego blocks.

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NASA Satellite Captured Amazing Image Of Mount Everest From Space

NASA Satellite Captured Amazing Image Of Mount Everest From Space

Mount Everest is the highest mountain of Earth, having a height of 8,848 m (29,029 ft). It is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. Lately, space agency NASA’s Earth Observatory satellite has captured amazing image of this highest mountain of the Earth from space.

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AT&T Ramps Up Competition, Offers $450 In Credit To Switchers From T-Mobile

AT&T Ramps Up Competition, Offers $450 In Credit To Switchers From T-Mobile

In the last year or so, T-Mobile has emerged as an unconventional carrier, revealing excellent offers and chipping away at the market share of other carriers. AT&T has now decided to fight back by offering up to $450 to customers who would switch from T-Mobile to AT&T.

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Researcher Finds Dark Matter Surrounding Earth Making Our Planet Heavier

Researcher Finds Dark Matter Surrounding Earth Making Our Planet Heavier

There’s no proof that dark matter exists. But interestingly, using data from a number of GPS satellites, a researcher has mentioned that there might be a halo of strange matter like Dark Matter surrounding Earth which is causing our planet to be heavier than believed.

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CES 2014: Intel Will Help Launch Computers Running Both Android And Windows

CES 2014: Intel Will Help Launch Computers Running Both Android And Windows

Android is an increasingly popular OS which, thanks to its open-source nature, has found widespread use. Intel is now hoping to make it big in the PC industry by pushing for such computers which can run both Android and Windows.

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Coca Cola Has 16 Million Mac Addresses

Coca Cola Has 16 Million Mac Addresses

Coca Cola may not exactly be the first company that pops up in your head when you read about technology. But that wouldn’t change the fact that Coca Cola has been allocated a whopping 16 million Mac addresses.

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Philips Made World’s First Flat Light Bulb That Lasts For 23 Years!

Philips Made World’s First Flat Light Bulb That Lasts For 23 Years!

Every light bulb has a finite life span, meaning has the ability to glare. If you are lucky, your light bulb can exist like 5 or 10 years or more, which is very rare. But for the first time, Philips has made a new flat light bulb named ‘SlimStyle bulb’ that can last for 23 years!

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Hackers Get Cash Out Of ATMs Using Infected USBs

Hackers Get Cash Out Of ATMs Using Infected USBs

ATM machines may look fairly secure pieces of hardware but if they are running Windows XP and have a public USB port, they are no good. Researchers have now revealed how hackers used malware-laden USBs to hack into such ATMs to withdraw cash.

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Make A Non-functional Leica Camera Through Assembling A Single Flat Plastic Poster

Make A Non-functional Leica Camera Through Assembling A Single Flat Plastic Poster

German optics company Leica Camera AG manufactures Leica cameras. The first Leica prototypes were built in 1913. However, for Leica’s 100th anniversary, ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi in Brazil, has made a non-functional Leica camera through assembling a single flat plastic poster.

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CES 2014: YouTube Will Show Off 4K Video Using VP9 Codec

CES 2014: YouTube Will Show Off 4K Video Using VP9 Codec

4K video streaming has already entered the commercial arena and it is no wonder that YouTube is about to hit the bandwagon. The service will show off 4K video at CES this year, using the Google-owned VP9 codec.

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Galaxy S5 Will Launch At MWC 2014, Confirms Samsung

Galaxy S5 Will Launch At MWC 2014, Confirms Samsung

Analysts have made wild speculations as to when Samsung may launch its next flagship. A Korean publication, purportedly quoting a Samsung executive, now claims that the company’s Galaxy S5 handset is due to be launched at MWC 2014.

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New York Times Will Soon Redesign Its Website, Introduce Native Ads

New York Times Will Soon Redesign Its Website, Introduce Native Ads

New York Times has been in a financial fix for some time and now has come up with a plan to resolve it. The paper will revamp its website on Jan. 8 while at the same time, introducing native advertisements embedded within its regular content.

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Virtual Home Lets iPhone 5S Owners Use Touch ID Sensor As Home Button

Virtual Home Lets iPhone 5S Owners Use Touch ID Sensor As Home Button

Virtual Home is a new Cydia tweak that lets you use your Touch ID Sensor as a Home button. That means you can simply just tap/touch the Home button instead of pressing it to go Home and just hold the Home button for multitasking menu.

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New Mac Pro Doesn’t Offer Reliable 4K Monitor Support!

New Mac Pro Doesn’t Offer Reliable 4K Monitor Support!

Apple’s new Mac Pro has been around for some days now. While until now, we have been hearing raving reviews about this top-end machine, a review on AnandTech now reveals that the machine arrives with poor 4K monitor support.

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Street Lamps Can Transform A City Into A Living Comic Book! Don’t Believe?

Street Lamps Can Transform A City Into A Living Comic Book! Don’t Believe?

Have you ever imagined that comical characters as well as pictures printed on street lamps can transform a city into a living comic book? It’s true. Two design gurus have transformed Mount Royal Avenue in Montreal into a living comic book.

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