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Midnight Planétarium: A Wristwatch That Displays The Movement Of 6 Planets Accurately

Midnight Planétarium: A Wristwatch That Displays The Movement Of 6 Planets Accurately

Van Cleef & Arpels has created a very special watch called the Midnight Planétarium that can accurately display the movement of 6 planets in our solar system as they orbit the Sun. The watch consists of 396 pieces and it costs $245,000.

By On February 3, 2014 Respond
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[Video] A Student Created An Artificial 3D-Printed Flower That Blooms

[Video] A Student Created An Artificial 3D-Printed Flower That Blooms

Now a days, 3D-printed objects are grabbing public’s attention. However, using a combination of pneumatics and 3D-printed flexible-materials, a student named Richard Clarkson at New York’s School of Visual Arts, has created an artificial flower that “blooms.”

By On February 2, 2014 Respond
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Apple’s iWatch & iOS 8 Will Be Focused On Fitness And Health Tracking

Apple’s iWatch & iOS 8 Will Be Focused On Fitness And Health Tracking

We have been hearing about a possible Apple ‘iWatch’ for quite some time now. Although so far, rumors about such a smartwatch have been fairly generic, NYT has now reported that Apple has met with FDA officials to discuss this gadget.

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Teen Burned As iPhone Explodes And Catches Fire In Her Pocket

Teen Burned As iPhone Explodes And Catches Fire In Her Pocket

Smartphones may be the most essential gadgets for our lifestyle today but it can also be dangerous. A teenager in Maine recently has placed her iPhone in her back pocket when it exploded with a pop sound and caught fire.

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rockaRoo: A New Electronic Cradle For Babies With MP3 Player

rockaRoo: A New Electronic Cradle For Babies With MP3 Player

To lull babies, sometimes mothers repose their babies on cradle and gently swing it. But what if the babies don’t get sleep? However, keeping that in mind, 4moms has made rockaRoo, one type of electronic cradle that comes with multi-speed control, a speaker, and an MP3 player.

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US Cellular Offers $50 Unlimited Plan, Throttling After First 500MB

US Cellular Offers $50 Unlimited Plan, Throttling After First 500MB

If you are looking for a comprehensive phone plan which comes with average perks at a really affordable price, US Cellular may be the answer. The carrier is offering an unlimited plan for $50 per month, although internet speeds will be throttled after the first 500MB.

By On February 1, 2014 Respond
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Evernote Launches New Sync Engine, Syncs Documents 4X Faster

Evernote Launches New Sync Engine, Syncs Documents 4X Faster

The last year hasn’t exactly been a great one for Evernote, in terms of the feedback from users. The company is apparently looking to change that by significantly improving its services and apps. As a start, Evernote has launched a new sync engine.

By On January 30, 2014 Respond
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3,000-Year-Old Inscription May Prove Biblical Tale Of King Solomon

3,000-Year-Old Inscription May Prove Biblical Tale Of King Solomon

The Testament of Solomon is an old testament pseudepigraphical work ascribed to King Solomon of Jerusalem. Archaeologists have discovered 3,000-year-old inscription that may prove biblical tale of king Solomon.

By On January 30, 2014 Respond
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Twitter Is Apparently Testing Pop-Up Notifications For Web Users

Twitter Is Apparently Testing Pop-Up Notifications For Web Users

If you are an avid user of Twitter on the web, you may be in for a new feature soon. The micro-blogging service is apparently testing pop-up notifications on the web version.

By On January 29, 2014 Respond
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Report Says Samsung Is Readying Galaxy Gear 2 And Galaxy Glass

Report Says Samsung Is Readying Galaxy Gear 2 And Galaxy Glass

Samsung made a recent entry into the wearable computers market with its Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Reports now suggest that the company is readying a Galaxy Gear 2 as well as a Galaxy Glass eyewear.

By On January 28, 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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Recharge Your Mobile Batteries Instantly Via Charged-Card

Recharge Your Mobile Batteries Instantly Via Charged-Card

Many of you have faced this that your phone’s battery has no charge, but you need to make an important call. No worries, There’s a new mobile charger called Charged-Card through which you can recharge your phone’s battery instantly. You can keep it in wallet.

By On January 25, 2014 Respond
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Internet Almost Decoded A Grandmother’s Dying Words, Solving 18 Years Mystery!

Internet Almost Decoded A Grandmother’s Dying Words, Solving 18 Years Mystery!

Do you think you can decode any code, written words, sign etc? If so, then why don’t you dare to decode the words written by a grandmother on the front and back of index cards? I can bet, your heads will be BOOOMMMM!!!

By On January 24, 2014 Respond
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Researcher Gets $33,500 Bounty After Finding Facebook Remote Execution Bug

Researcher Gets $33,500 Bounty After Finding Facebook Remote Execution Bug

Nearly all the tech companies routinely pay bounty awards to security researchers for finding vulnerabilities in their services. But it’s quite rare to see a bounty to the tune of $33,500, which was recently grabbed by a researcher who found a remote execution bug in Facebook.

By On January 24, 2014 Respond
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iSwimband: The World’s First Drowning Detection System

iSwimband: The World’s First Drowning Detection System

Until now there was no device or system that could alert someone when a person is drowning. But now, Aquatic Safety Concepts has brought iSwimband, the “world’s first personal drowning detection system” that can alert someone when the wearer gets drowned.

By On January 24, 2014 Respond
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