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Angry Birds Space Downloaded 100 million Times In 76 days

Rovio has announced through its official Twitter account that Angry Birds Space has been downloaded over 100 million times in 76 days after the games launch on 22nd March. Till now, it is the fastest growing mobile game and it has also touched 50 million downloads within the first 35 days. The game has seen 10 million downloads in the first three…
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ASUS G74SX-DH71 Full HD 17.3-Inch LED Gaming Laptop

Introducing with the ASUS G74SX-DH71 a powerful gaming Laptop. Experience the thrill of power with this high-performance mobile gaming laptop and its rich multimedia capabilities. Powered by a second generation Intel Core i7-2670QM CPU and NVIDIA GTX 560M GPU with 3GB of GDDR5 VRAM. A score of P2008 in 3DMark11 and P9180 in 3DMark Vantage makes it…
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Microsoft Releases Kinect For Windows SDK And Runtime Version 1.5

Microsoft has released 1.5 version of the Kinect for Windows runtime and SDK (Software Development Kit). The latest Kinect for Windows has Seated Skeletal Tracking. It can track head, shoulders, and arm skeleton when a person moves. The tracking system is ignoring the leg and hip joints. By using C++, C# or Visual Basic, developers can create…
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Toyota Unveils Nintendo DS Controlled Navigation System In Japan

Toyota has unveiled a tool which enables motorists to control their vehicle's navigation system using a Nintendo DS. The new tool, called Kuruma de DS, has recently been shown off at a press conference in Tokyo. Basically, it works with Toyota’s new Smart Navi system, using a DS cartridge that can connect with the car manufacturer's Smart Navi…
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Alienware AM18X 8636BK 18-Inch Gaming Laptop

Alienware has brought a new M18x series gaming laptop to the market - AM18X 8636BK. This gaming laptop is powered by a powerful second-generation quad-core Intel Core i7 processor. The laptop features Full HD 1080p 18.4-inch display, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M graphics with 1.5 GB of video memory and ultra-fast DDR3 system memory. You can rip…
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Student Makes Real Life Tracking And Shooting Robot

A graduate student at Pennsylvania State University has built a robot which can track and shoot targets automatically. Of course, it won't fire real bullets, instead nerf bullets at the target. The project has been developed for the the final project of a course on Advanced Mechatronics at Penn State. The student said that the design is inspired…
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[Tutorial] Test Your Computer For Gaming – No Software Required

Thinking of buying a new game but you do not know if it will run well on your computer? With the free online tool called Can You Run It?, you will be able to compare the configuration of your computer with the minimum and recommended configurations of the game of your choice. You'll know quickly whether the game will work fine on your computer or…
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[Video] Japan Developing Tongue Controlled Kinect Interface

Japan is not only a country of Earthquakes but also it is country of developing different technologies. A research group at The University of Electro-Communications is developing an interface to detect tongue movement using the Kinect. This interface is intended mainly for training the oral muscles including the tongue only. It is especially made…
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