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Google Is Selling Motorola To Lenovo For $2.91 Billion

Google Is Selling Motorola To Lenovo For $2.91 Billion

The tech world has been in somewhat of a shock ever since the news emerged that Google may be selling Motorola to Lenovo. The search giant has now confirmed the news, saying that the deal rakes in $2.91 billion and that it gets to keep a ‘vast majority’ of the patents.

By On January 30, 2014 Respond
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Google Acquires Artificial Intelligence Startup ‘Deepmind’ For $400 Million

Google Acquires Artificial Intelligence Startup ‘Deepmind’ For $400 Million

We have seen a flurry of startup acquisitions by Google in the last year or so. The company has apparently set its eyes on the future of robotics. The latest in the list is the acquisition of Deepmind, an artificial intelligence (AI) startup.

By On January 28, 2014 Respond
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Tango To Bring The World’s Most Powerful, Pocketable, Gameable PC

Tango To Bring The World’s Most Powerful, Pocketable, Gameable PC

San Diego-based Tango is making the world’s most powerful, pocketable, officeable, entertainmentable, gameable, Windowsable, Linuxable PC. The company is expecting to deliver the PCs this year.

By On January 27, 2014 Respond
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Moto X Is On Sale Again, Costs $299 Off-Contract

Moto X Is On Sale Again, Costs $299 Off-Contract

Motorola’s top-end Android handset, Moto X, is up for sale again and the new discount makes it probably the best Android purchase right now. The special sale will be open for only an hour on Monday, Jan 27, during which the handset will cost a mere $299.

By On January 26, 2014 Respond
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Apple May Soon Launch A Mobile Payments Service Of Its Own

Apple May Soon Launch A Mobile Payments Service Of Its Own

It has been rumored for a while that Apple may be interested in a mobile payments service of its own. Now, sources close to the development say such a service would allow iPhone and iPad users to pay for physical goods and services.

By On January 25, 2014 Respond
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Tutorial: How To Switch To A Larger Hard Drive

Tutorial: How To Switch To A Larger Hard Drive

If you wish to upgrade the hard drive of your system, you will obviously need to move all the data from older drive to the new drive. Below is a quick way of also moving your Windows and all related settings to the new drive without having to install the OS all over again.

By On January 21, 2014 Respond
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The Evolution Of Apple’s Iconic Mac Over The Last 30 Years

The Evolution Of Apple’s Iconic Mac Over The Last 30 Years

30 years ago in January 1983, Apple created the first Mac model called Apple Lisa. The machine changed the very history of computing and laid the cornerstone for Apple’s future. Now, Mac has turned 30 and we give you a brief view of its evolution.

By On January 20, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft Media Executive Blair Westlake Resigns From His Post

Microsoft Media Executive Blair Westlake Resigns From His Post

Microsoft’s vice president for media and entertainment, Blair Westlake, has resigned from his post. According to him, the company is moving in a direction that doesn’t fit his expertise and so, he is moving on.

By On January 17, 2014 Respond
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Google Acquires Connected Device Company Nest For A $3.2 Billion Deal

Google Acquires Connected Device Company Nest For A $3.2 Billion Deal

Google is in the process of acquiring the connected device company Nest. The deal will rake in $3.2 billion in cash and Google gets to acquire the technology behind Nest and employ its founders, Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers.

By On January 15, 2014 Respond
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KitKat Installed On 1.4% Android Devices, Jelly Bean Commands 60% Share

KitKat Installed On 1.4% Android Devices, Jelly Bean Commands 60% Share

It has been a while since Google launched Android KitKat. Latest figures from Google Android Dashboard reveal that Jelly Bean continues to be the most popular Android flavor, commanding 60% market share, while KitKat has reached only 1.4% devices so far.

By On January 13, 2014 Respond
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Sony May Manufacture Windows Phone Handsets In The Coming Days

Sony May Manufacture Windows Phone Handsets In The Coming Days

When it comes to smartphones, Sony has rooted for Android till the deep end. Despite no significant success, Sony continues to create Android-based handsets. But the company has now hinted that it may try its hands at other alternatives.

By On January 11, 2014 Respond
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UAE Discovers Backdoors In US Satellite Components

UAE Discovers Backdoors In US Satellite Components

UAE is in the process of purchasing $930 million worth of satellite hardware and technology from French companies. However, the deal is on the brink of being scrapped after UAE authorities found backdoors in the US-made components in satellites.

By On January 8, 2014 Respond
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Panasonic And Mozilla Collaborate To Bring Firefox OS To TVs

Panasonic And Mozilla Collaborate To Bring Firefox OS To TVs

Last year, Mozilla unveiled Firefox OS for mobile devices, garnering critical acclaim for the new open-source platform. Now, the company has announced that it is partnering with Panasonic to bring Firefox OS to TVs.

By On January 7, 2014 Respond
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Hyundai Is Equipping Its 2015 Sedan With Google Glass App

Hyundai Is Equipping Its 2015 Sedan With Google Glass App

When it comes to auto manufacturers, Hyundai has often taken the crown for offering the best tech in cars. The company aims to keep the tag, announcing that its upcoming 2015 Genesis Sedan will arrive with a Google Glass app.

By On January 6, 2014 Respond
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BAE Systems Uses 3D Printed Parts In RAF Fighter Jets

BAE Systems Uses 3D Printed Parts In RAF Fighter Jets

3D printing may be a rather recent technology but it is already being used extensively in a number of industries today. The notable defence company, BAE Systems, has now revealed that it has manufactured RAF Tornado fighter jets by using 3D printed parts.

By On January 6, 2014 Respond
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