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Report Says Most People Used “123456″ As Password Instead Of “password” In 2013

Report Says Most People Used “123456″ As Password Instead Of “password” In 2013

Password plays a very important role in terms of securing your online accounts. Earlier, it was found that many people use “password” as password for their online accounts. Lately, it’s been reported that in 2013 most people used “123456″ as password instead of “password.”

By On January 22, 2014 Respond
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Chrome Remote Desktop App Will Soon Come To iOS And Android Devices

Chrome Remote Desktop App Will Soon Come To iOS And Android Devices

Chrome’s desktop manifestation has been very helpful for professionals in that it lets them keep track of multiple computers using a single Google ID. Now, the same feature may is expected to arrive on iOS and Android devices soon.

By On January 19, 2014 Respond
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Stroke Snatched A Woman’s Ability To Read, But She Could Write

Stroke Snatched A Woman’s Ability To Read, But She Could Write

Stroke has led many people to become paralyzed. But this time, a different scenario occurred. Lately, stroke led a female school teacher, identified as M.P., losing her ability to read, but interestingly, she could write!

By On January 16, 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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Apple Reportedly Making iWatch S And iWatch C: Concepts Revealed

Apple Reportedly Making iWatch S And iWatch C: Concepts Revealed

It’s no more secret that Apple is making iWatch. However, earlier we have seen conceptual design of iWatch with possible specifications. And lately, it’s been revealed that Apple is making iWatch S and iWatch C and the concepts of these watches have been spotted.

By On January 12, 2014 1 Response
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Skully AR-1 Augmented Reality Helmet Lets Rider Have Rear And Side View

Skully AR-1 Augmented Reality Helmet Lets Rider Have Rear And Side View

A motorcyclist can’t see his behind through a helmet while riding a bike. But Silicon Valley company Skully is going to make a helmet called AR-1 augmented reality helmet, that will come with voice-controlled heads-up display (HUD) and provide rear and side view video and more.

By On January 11, 2014 Respond
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Archos Unveils An Entire Range Of iOS-Connected Smartwatches

Archos Unveils An Entire Range Of iOS-Connected Smartwatches

We may not see an iWatch directly from Apple anytime soon, but we are already witnessing many such smart watches which can connect directly with iOS devices. Archos has now unveiled an entire range of such gadgets at CES 2014.

By On January 10, 2014 Respond
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OnTheGo Platforms Brings Gesture Controls To Google Glass [Video]

OnTheGo Platforms Brings Gesture Controls To Google Glass [Video]

Google Glass may be limited to a small groups of users for now, but it is rapidly developing. OnTheGo Platforms, a company based in Portland, has now revealed a gesture controls app for the gadget.

By On January 10, 2014 Respond
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FaceRig: A New Computer Software That Lets A Character Mimic You

FaceRig: A New Computer Software That Lets A Character Mimic You

There’s a new computer program called FaceRig that lets users to adopt the visual appearance of an assortment of characters, which straight away mimic their expressions when chatting online.

By On January 9, 2014 Respond
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WiTricity’s New Wireless Power System Can Recharge iPhone, Unveiled At CES 2014

WiTricity’s New Wireless Power System Can Recharge iPhone, Unveiled At CES 2014

Every year many companies unveil their cutting-edge products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The CES 2014 is no different. This year at CES, wireless power firm WiTricity unveiled a new wireless power system that can recharge your iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S without contacting with the phone.

By On January 8, 2014 Respond
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Intel Unveils Revolutionary SD Card-Sized Dual-Core PC

Intel Unveils Revolutionary SD Card-Sized Dual-Core PC

With the explosive growth of mobile devices, it is only understandable that every vendor wants smaller and faster machines. Addressing the demand, Intel has now unveiled a 22nm dual-core PC that comes in the size of an SD card.

By On January 8, 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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US’ First Bookless Public Library BibiloTech Opens In Texas

US’ First Bookless Public Library BibiloTech Opens In Texas

BiblioTech is the world’s first library in the United States that only provides digital copies of books to patrons rather than stocking paper copies as well. Now, a new branch of this public library has been opened in Texas.

By On January 5, 2014 Respond
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Samsung Got A Bigger Tablet Boost This Christmas Than Others

Samsung Got A Bigger Tablet Boost This Christmas Than Others

Christmas holidays assist companies to sell as much electronics products as possible. A new data says that South Korean electronics giant Samsung got a bigger tablet boost this Christmas than others.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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Google May Soon Abandon Schemer Goal Sharing Service

Google May Soon Abandon Schemer Goal Sharing Service

Nearly two years ago, Google launched ‘Schemer’, an online service which allowed users to share their goals in a neat manner and discuss them online. Now, a leaked internal memo suggests that Google plans to quit the service.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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