Cloud Storage Review: Top 5 With The Most Space

Cloud Storage Review: Top 5 With The Most Space

Looking for a great cloud storage that provides the best features in the lowest possible price? Read this article to learn which service provides the most storage for free, and the minimum price to bump up your allocated storage.

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reCAPTCHA: An Improved Version Of Google’s CAPTCHA, Really Awesome

reCAPTCHA: An Improved Version Of Google’s CAPTCHA, Really Awesome

The CAPTCHA is a familiar sight to any Internet user who’s ever had to log in anywhere on the Web. It’s supposed to be simple – you correctly punch in some random squiggly, generated words to prove you’re not a robot, and then presto, you’re in. But sometimes the letters or symbols in given in a most scribbled way that you can’t even understand it. And now, to get ride of this problem, Google has introduced an improved version of CAPTCHA called noCAPTCHA reCAPTCHA.

By On December 6, 2014 Respond
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You Are Able To Easily Edit Microsoft Office Files From Gmail

You Are Able To Easily Edit Microsoft Office Files From Gmail

Gmail has got a new feature which will let you easily edit Microsoft Office files within your inbox as email attachments. Now you will see an “edit” option on an Microsoft Office file attachment.

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Gangnam Style Video Forced YouTube To Upgrade Its View Counter!

Gangnam Style Video Forced YouTube To Upgrade Its View Counter!

When a video is watched in YouTube, +1 is added to its counting. But YouTube built their system in 32-bits for which it was able to show a maximum view of 2,147,483,647. When YouTube saw that the Gangnam Style video would surpass that number, they had no other option left except from changing their system from 32-bit to 64-bit (9,223,372,036,854,775,808).

By On December 4, 2014 Respond
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World’s Largest Solar Farm In California Started Its Journey, Running In Full Pace

World’s Largest Solar Farm In California Started Its Journey, Running In Full Pace

Now a days, we are gradually inclining to solar power. The U.S is one of the countries which is spreading the solar power technology rapidly. Lately, it’s been reported that world’s largest solar farm in California has started its journey and it’s running in full pace.

By On November 30, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Made Robots That Can See Through Walls

Researchers Made Robots That Can See Through Walls

Now a days, robots are getting new tech. Lately, researchers at the University of California, have made such robots that can see through walls using Wi-Fi signals.

By On August 7, 2014 Respond
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Physicist Invented Such Ice Cream That Changes Its Color When Licked

Physicist Invented Such Ice Cream That Changes Its Color When Licked

Lately, 37-year-old Spanish physicist, electronic engineer as well as ice cream master Manuel Linares has invented a new type of ice cream called Xamaleon that changes its color when licked or melted. The ice cream is made from natural ingredients and has become incredibly popular and is being sold quite well at the ice cream parlor.

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TouchPico: A Handheld Tiny Projector That Turns Any Wall Into A Touchscreen

TouchPico: A Handheld Tiny Projector That Turns Any Wall Into A Touchscreen

TouchJet has created a hand-held tiny projector called TouchPico that can turn any wall into a touchscreen. It comes with an infrared stylus. The projector’s camera captures the movement of the infrared stylus and turn into actions on the projected screens.

By On August 5, 2014 Respond
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Finally Researchers Discovered Why Rechargeable Batteries Lose Charge

Finally Researchers Discovered Why Rechargeable Batteries Lose Charge

If you switch on a laptop or a phone that was switched off at a stretch for a long time after a full recharge, you will find that it doesn’t contain full charge. So where did the charge go? For long time researchers have been trying to find out an appropriate and acceptable answer of this question and now the researchers at the US Department of Energy claim that they have found why rechargeable batteries lose charge.

By On August 4, 2014 Respond
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[Deal] One Step To Win 11-Inch MacBook Air!

[Deal] One Step To Win 11-Inch MacBook Air!

The Tech Journal Deals is offering a chance to win an 11-inch MacBook Air through one step registration. If you are lucky enough, you get a chance to win an 11-inch MacBook Air for free.

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Battery Made Out Of Sand Could Be The Future

Battery Made Out Of Sand Could Be The Future

Batteries play a very important role in electronic devices. Researchers are trying to make an affordable and environmentally friendly battery out of sand. It is being touted that such sand-based lithium ion batteries will outperform standard by up to 300%.

By On July 10, 2014 Respond
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400 TeraWatt-hours Of Energy Wasted Annually By Networked Devices!

400 TeraWatt-hours Of Energy Wasted Annually By Networked Devices!

We often use network devices to connect multiple electronic devices at a time for different purposes. But lately, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has revealed that the networked devices waste 400 terawatt-hours of energy annually.

By On July 8, 2014 Respond
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World’s First Solar-powered Robot ‘Ladybird’ Unveiled In Australia

World’s First Solar-powered Robot ‘Ladybird’ Unveiled In Australia

Now a days, robots are being deployed to almost every sectors. Lately a professor has unveiled the world’s first solar-powered robot in Australia. The robot is called Ladybird and it’s been designed for farms to collect data on pests and plant disease, pick weeds, and someday even harvest crops.

By On July 6, 2014 Respond
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NASA Building Robots That Will Create 3D Infrastructure Of Mars

NASA Building Robots That Will Create 3D Infrastructure Of Mars

Until now, NASA has sent very few robots to Mars, but none of these can create 3D infrastructure of the red planet. Therefore, NASA is now building robots that will be able to create 3D infrastructure of Mars.

By On July 4, 2014 Respond
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[Breaking] Tesla Opens Up Its Electric Car Technology Patents To Everyone

[Breaking] Tesla Opens Up Its Electric Car Technology Patents To Everyone

Over the years, Tesla Motors has repeatedly demonstrated that it’s like no other auto company in terms of innovation an design. Now, the company is making yet another unprecedented move by opening up its patents to everyone.

By On June 13, 2014 Respond
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