Monthly archive April, 2013

Gigabot: 3D Printing Large Items at Home

Gigabot: 3D Printing Large Items at Home
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The 3D printing market is constantly expanding, with new devices being released almost every day and bringing this... Read More →

Nintendo Announces New 3DS Releases & Wii U Updates

Nintendo Announces New 3DS Releases & Wii U Updates
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Here’s a blast from the past for videogame console players, as Nintendo has announced that it will revive some of its... Read More →

Google & LG Working On 32GB Nexus 4 With LTE, CDMA

Google & LG Working On 32GB Nexus 4 With LTE, CDMA
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Could the Google Nexus 4 from LG be preparing for a Verizon Wireless or Sprint Wireless launch alongside a 4G LTE data... Read More →

HAPIfork Helps You Eat Slowly & Healthy

HAPIfork Helps You Eat Slowly & Healthy
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Are you eating too fast and can’t seem to be able to stop? Many studies have shown that healthy eating habits don’t... Read More →

Windows 8 Touch Devices Will Sell For $200

Windows 8 Touch Devices Will Sell For $200
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Touch-enabled laptops running Windows 8, that is. Do you still remember the days when the idea of being able to... Read More →

Sharemind Spy Tech Keeps Satellites Safe

Sharemind Spy Tech Keeps Satellites Safe
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A new program funded by the United States Department of Defense allows nations and private companies to keep satellites... Read More →

ReadingMate Lets You Read While Running

ReadingMate Lets You Read While Running
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Most of us have a hectic life and busy jobs that don’t leave us with enough time to work out or read as much as we... Read More →

Share Media Across Android & iOS Devices With RemotePlay

Share Media Across Android & iOS Devices With RemotePlay
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Sharing media between devices is something that has become easier as mobile technology developed. Sharing between the... Read More →

New Superbattery Charges Gadgets in Seconds

New Superbattery Charges Gadgets in Seconds
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Having enough battery power has always been a concern for users of mobile devices and for scientists in general. A new... Read More →

Injustice: Gods Among Us Does Superheroes Justice

Injustice: Gods Among Us Does Superheroes Justice
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Getting a game about superheroes right is often a toilsome task, as there are so many picky fans out there that have to... Read More →

Google Glass Won’t Have it’s Own OS

Google Glass Won’t Have it’s Own OS
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With Google Glass taking the tech world by storm over the last year you would think more details about the product... Read More →

Always-on Xbox Console Controversy Swirls

Always-on Xbox Console Controversy Swirls
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Ever since it was rumored that Microsoft’s next Xbox console will have an always online requirement, the Internet has... Read More →

Amazon Acquires Siri Competitor Evi Technologies

Amazon Acquires Siri Competitor Evi Technologies
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Amazon is making a play for the voice-controlled devices market. The e-commerce giant on Wednesday was rumored to have... Read More →

SmartWallit: Keep Track of Your Wallet & Phone

SmartWallit: Keep Track of Your Wallet & Phone
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We’ve all been through those moments of sheer panic when we pat our pockets or go frantically through our bag and... Read More →

First Bionic Hand Controlled by Smarthpone App

First Bionic Hand Controlled by Smarthpone App
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A new discovery in the field of prosthetic technologies gives increased hope of a normal life to amputees. A UK-based... Read More →

This Week’s Top 5 Trending Videos

This Week’s Top 5 Trending Videos
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This week’s top 5 trending videos include trailers for two highly anticipated movies, a spoof video on one of the... Read More →

Ubisoft Eyes Free-to-Play Game Sector

Ubisoft Eyes Free-to-Play Game Sector
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French publisher Ubisoft has completed its acquisition of German game developer Related Designs, in a move that signals... Read More →

World’s Largest Telescope May Reveal Universe History

World’s Largest Telescope May Reveal Universe History
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Here is some good news for astronomers and passionate stargazers: construction works on the world’s largest telescope... Read More →