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PocketScan – The World’s Smallest Wireless Scanner [KickStarter]

PocketScan – The World’s Smallest Wireless Scanner [KickStarter]

In office, many people often need to scan. Just imagine, you put something on a thing and that thing instantly got scanned – isn’t that great? Well, that ‘something’ is not very far away. Swiss startup Dacuda claims it has created the world’s first and the smallest wireless scanner called PocketScan.

By On July 2, 2014 Respond
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Google Cardboard: The Weirdest Thing At Google I/O 2014

Google Cardboard: The Weirdest Thing At Google I/O 2014

Each year at I/O, Google gives all of the developers in the audience a gift. Some years it’s a tablet while some years, it’s a laptop. But this year at I/O, Google has given the attendees a piece of cardboard! Actually it’s an app that lets Android users transform their phones into Virtual Reality headsets.

By On June 26, 2014 Respond
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Meet Earth Rider RC – A Remote-controlled Car That Moves On Land, Water And Air

Meet Earth Rider RC – A Remote-controlled Car That Moves On Land, Water And Air

You might have seen such remote-controlled cars that can even move on any jagged terrain. But I am quite sure you haven’t seen such types of remote-controlled car. Takara Tomy has created such a remote-controlled car that can not only move on land and sea, but also can fly in the air.

By On June 18, 2014 Respond
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Taste Food In Mist Form With The Help Of Edible Mist Machine

Taste Food In Mist Form With The Help Of Edible Mist Machine

Flavor plays a great role in food. UK inventor group Lick Me I’m Delicious has invented the Edible Mist Machine, a strange orb-like device that lets dieters sample the flavors of some of their favorite foods without actually eating them.

By On June 16, 2014 Respond
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[Announcement] New Deals Section on The Tech Journal

[Announcement] New Deals Section on The Tech Journal

We are happy to announce our brand new Deals section. With the collaboration of new partner, we are bringing amazing deals on gadgets, accessories, consumer tech, digital products and many more.

By On June 15, 2014 Respond
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DoCoMo Announced World’s First Wearable SIM Device!

DoCoMo Announced World’s First Wearable SIM Device!

At present, multiple SIM card supported smartphones are available in the market. But lately, Japanese company DoCoMo has announced world’s first wearable SIM that could let people use one number with any device!

By On June 15, 2014 Respond
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Student Made A Scooter That Can Be Folded Up To The Size Of An A4 Piece Of Paper

Student Made A Scooter That Can Be Folded Up To The Size Of An A4 Piece Of Paper

Now a days, big thing are coming in small packages, thanks to science and technology. And this might be the best example of the saying – London-based university student George Mabey has created such a scooter which can be folded up to the size of an A4 piece of paper!

By On June 11, 2014 Respond
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It Will Take 7 Years To Tweet The Entire Lexicon Of English Language

It Will Take 7 Years To Tweet The Entire Lexicon Of English Language

Twitter is used for many purposes, from sharing breaking news to indulging in discussions about the buzzing topics. A new account has put the site to a new use, aiming to tweet all the words in English language. The task will take an expected 7 years to complete.

By On June 9, 2014 Respond
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ISS Uses Laser To Beam Video Back To Earth

ISS Uses Laser To Beam Video Back To Earth

We have often seen laser beams popularly deployed in spaceships in sci-fi movies and NASA is about to turn that into a reality. The space agency sent specialized hardware to International Space Station and this equipment was recently successful in beaming a video back to Earth using laser.

By On June 8, 2014 Respond
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University of Michigan Will Soon Open Automated Vehicle Test Facility

University of Michigan Will Soon Open Automated Vehicle Test Facility

Imagine an entire city with roads, street signs, pedestrians, bicycles, parked cars and buildings, all meant to test drive automated vehicles. That is precisely what Mobility Transformation Facility at University of Michigan is. The 32-acre facility will open for vehicle testing this fall.

By On June 6, 2014 Respond
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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.

By On June 4, 2014 Respond
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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.

By On June 2, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Publish First Catalog Of All Proteins In Human Body

Scientists Publish First Catalog Of All Proteins In Human Body

Proteins are a key part of our physical composition and their creation is controlled directly by our DNA. This explains the interest of the scientists some of which are now publishing the first-ever catalog of all proteins so far discovered in human body.

By On May 29, 2014 Respond
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ARA Brings A New Augmented Reality System, Much Better Than Google Glass For Soldiers

ARA Brings A New Augmented Reality System, Much Better Than Google Glass For Soldiers

Google Glass may have enjoyed the unique position of being the primary brand of wearable glasses, but there are other who are tinkering with similar technologies. U.S. military, for instance, commissioned ARC4 which is a head-mounted augmented reality system.

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Researchers Find A New Way To Accurately Detect T-Rays

Researchers Find A New Way To Accurately Detect T-Rays

T-rays, or the light waves in the terahertz range, are invisible to the human eye. Until now, it wasn’t possible to effectively detect these rays using any equipment but thanks to a new solution, it has finally been made possible.

By On May 27, 2014 Respond
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