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If iPad Counted As PC, Apple Becomes World’s Top PC Vendor

If iPad Counted As PC, Apple Becomes World’s Top PC Vendor

According to the analysis of Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitmore, Apple is the world’s top PC vendor. This analysis considers iPad too as a PC, and with the millions of tablets sold out by Apple already, he thinks Apple is already the world’s top vendor. Moreover, according to his analysis, this is going to change little in 2012. Android tablets haven’t succeeded against Apple while Windows 8, and any tablets that support it, will pick up a pace very slowly. So Apple is stay with it’s crown, through 2012.

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Apple Filed A Patent For Futuristic 3D Motion Control

Apple Filed A Patent For Futuristic 3D Motion Control

Apple’s patents have been an important way to gauge what it is up to. A recent patent by Apple reveals that Apple has patented a new 3D motion control design that may be used in the displays of it’s future devices. Apple’s iPhone was the first device with an excellent, advanced touch user-interface. Since then, the interface has become a norm in many smartphones. This new technology, which has been patented by Apple, may well be the next big thing in display technologies.

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Intel Planning To Use Medfield Chip In iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

Intel Planning To Use Medfield Chip In iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

Intel’s Medfield chip is the latest from the world’s top chip-maker. The medfield chip is quite a break-through since it makes use of a single core and pulls all processes onto it, reducing battery usage. It is an excellent alternative to multi-core processors and is built along the same strategy as is used by ARM. According to news, Intel is trying to convince Apple to use medfield chip in it’s iOS devices. Intel’s vice president of architectural group also said that Intel is also looking to use it’s chip in Android and Windows Phone devices.

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Snakebot: Surveillance Robots Coming With Sense & Intelligence

Snakebot: Surveillance Robots Coming With Sense & Intelligence

Scientists have been trying to input some Sense and and Intelligence like human in Robots for quite long time. Future-generation robots are being prepared with this two natural thing. As, the future robots will have sense and intelligence, so they can defend, protect and hide themselves from danger. Here we have details about Snakebot, the sensible robot.

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Magnet Links Soon to Replace Torrent Files

Magnet Links Soon to Replace Torrent Files

All the torrent addicts out there should keep their eyes open for the new technology that is going to change the game very soon. If you are hunting in The Pirate Bay for your favorite movies, music albums or the latest games, or highly priced software you should know that the company is considering replacing torrent files with magnet links.

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Control Home Appliances Through Siri Integrated With Crestron System

Control Home Appliances Through Siri Integrated With Crestron System

Siri has been truly a revolution in the world of voice-based assistance. And since it’s inception, it has been integrated into a number of other systems. For instance, Siri has been used to lock or unlock cars. In this latest news on Siri, you can now use Crestron Home Automation System with Siri installed on it. This allows to control appliances, light etc in your house through your voice! This is a step ahead from the already-present automation systems in that it lets your voice control, rather than the conventional remote control devices.

By On January 15, 2012 Respond
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Future Generation Submarines Being Ready To Defeat Radar And Sonar Sensing

Future Generation Submarines Being Ready To Defeat Radar And Sonar Sensing

Scientists are developing acoustic and fluid cloaking methods. And with this new cloaking technology future generation Submarines are being prepared to defend themselves from detecting by Sonar and Radar. Here we have details of the technology.

By On January 14, 2012 Respond
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Google To Introduce Map-Based Game in Google+ By February 2012

Google To Introduce Map-Based Game in Google+ By February 2012

In February 2012 Google will be launching an interactive game by using Google Map service. The name of the game is ‘Play Your World’. Google is developing the game for its social networking service named Google+. We have got more details about the game from an unlisted video made by Google, check the details below.

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Apple TV, The Most Awaited Product At CES 2012?

Apple TV, The Most Awaited Product At CES 2012?

With all the plethora of impressive TV sets presented these days in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show, everybody noticed one unexpected absence: Apple TV. As Apple insider put it, the much rumored Apple television was “the elephant in the room”. Large screens with OLED technology (or even Super OLED in Samsung’s case), 4K LED TVs with impressive resolution, smart TVs from notorious brands presenting intriguing features such as motion and voice control, couldn’t erase the curiosity for Apple’s TV project rumored to reshape the living room entertainment.

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Mobile Commerce to Grow by 60% in 2012, Ebay Says

Mobile Commerce to Grow by 60% in 2012, Ebay Says

John Donahoe from EBay published a report predicting a significantly growing interest for mobile commerce this year. He suggests that purchases made from mobile devices are expected to reach to $8 billion by the end of the year. The gross merchandise volume will in fact grow by 60% compared to last year’s $5 billion.

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SanDisk Skips On The New XQD memory

SanDisk Skips On The New XQD memory

Apparently, SanDisk officials decided that the high end memory card for sophisticated cameras is not going to be a product worth considering. As SanDisk spokeswoman Wendy Vlieks stated clearly for CNet recently, “at this time, SanDisk has chosen not to productize the XQD format.”

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RIM is Taking The Stage With Fresh New Rumors

RIM is Taking The Stage With Fresh New Rumors

Research in Motion managed to get the attention of technology blogs with new rumors about the company sale. Just yesterday the RIM shares rose by almost 4% and the inside rumors hint that the Canadian company is doing its best to attract serious buyers. In addition, analysts suggest that Black Berry maker hired a well known investment bank to help developing its strategy for the upcoming months.

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Ericsson Plans To Focus On Patent Earning

Ericsson Plans To Focus On Patent Earning

Ericsson is one of those companies of who have the strongest patents portfolio. And fully realizing this, Ericsson has decided to cash on this. In a recent statement, Ericsson’s CEO stated that his company will be working on monetizing their patent licenses and making the most out of them. The company has also somewhat restructured the managerial hierarchy so that now the chief intellectual property officer will be reporting directly to the CEO.

By On January 13, 2012 Respond
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Monitor Your Heart 24/7 With Basis Band Monitor, The Perfect Solution For Heart Patient

Monitor Your Heart 24/7 With Basis Band Monitor, The Perfect Solution For Heart Patient

With the huge pace at which technology is advancing, a very positive aspect is that we are witnessing advancement in the field of healthcare too. The idea of having a digital heart monitor has been prevalent for quite some time. But so far, barely any such solutions were present in the market which were feasible and could be used around the clock. However, now Basis Band monitor, launched at CES 2012, may turn out to be a perfect solution for heart patient. Shaped like a wrist-watch, it can be worn at all times.

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Future Generation Tanks Will Be Invisible To Thermal Detection

Future Generation Tanks Will Be Invisible To Thermal Detection

Battle Field vehicle ‘Tanks’ that are Heavy and generate a lot of Heat, can be easily seen at day time and at night it can be detected also by infrared imaging equipments. The British company BAE Systems successfully invented and unveiled its new Adaptiv System, that can absorb (hide) a tank’s heat beneath hundreds of Electro-thermal cells Bolted of the vehicle’s external side. Look like, real life James Bond movies are trying to be made.

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