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Monthly archive July, 2013

World’s Oldest Calendar Dates Back 10,000 Years

World’s Oldest Calendar Dates Back 10,000 Years
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Humankind has been developing systems to track time for thousands of years, but a recent discovery shows that such... Read More →

NASA Fails in Cloud Computing Security

NASA Fails in Cloud Computing Security
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The space agency NASA has been increasingly moving data to the cloud but according to a new report from the agency's... Read More →

Viber Adds Doodle Feature to Android App

Viber Adds Doodle Feature to Android App
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Viber, the Mobile messaging and VoIP service provider, has introduced a new ‘doodle’ feature to its Android... Read More →

What to Look Forward to in Android 4.3

What to Look Forward to in Android 4.3
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Not long after Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was officially announced by Google, smartphone manufacturers started to make... Read More →

Nokia’s “Treasure Tags” Help You Find Lost Keys

Nokia’s “Treasure Tags” Help You Find Lost Keys
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There is nothing more frustrating than losing your keys, but thanks to Nokia that might no longer be a problem.... Read More →

MediaTek Releases 8 Core Processor

MediaTek Releases 8 Core Processor
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It seems to have been the case for a long time now that Android hardware manufacturers have  suffered from an... Read More →
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First 3D Printed Rifle Test Fired

First 3D Printed Rifle Test Fired
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Missed all the controversy surrounding 3D printed weapons and their potentially disastrous effects or not, depending on... Read More →

U.S. Navy Uses Kinect to Combat Sexual Assault

U.S. Navy Uses Kinect to Combat Sexual Assault
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Microsoft’s Kinect is an amazing piece of technology with a huge potential to be used in many different areas that... Read More →

Sony & Panasonic Announce Plans for a Blu-ray Successor

Sony & Panasonic Announce Plans for a Blu-ray Successor
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Sony and Panasonic have announced that they want to develop an optical disc that can hold at least 300 gigabytes of... Read More →

Sony Phones That Will Have Android 4.3

Sony Phones That Will Have Android 4.3
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Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is finally out of the bag, much to the delight of Android enthusiasts. In a press event held... Read More →

Telecommuting For Apple: Hard Work Tastes Sweet

Telecommuting For Apple: Hard Work Tastes Sweet
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Earlier this year a leaked memo broke the news  that Yahoo was to end its work-from-home program.  The company's CEO,... Read More →

Google Asked to Remove 100 Million Links to “Piracy” Websites in 2013

Google Asked to Remove 100 Million Links to “Piracy” Websites in 2013
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Since January 2013, Google has received requests to remove more than 100 million links to web pages that are considered... Read More →
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Implanting False Memories is Possible… At Least in Mice

Implanting False Memories is Possible… At Least in Mice
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Researchers have managed to bring Christopher Nolan’s 2010 mind-bending film Inception to life at least for mice, by... Read More →

Microsoft’s 1 Million Servers: What Are They For?

Microsoft’s 1 Million Servers: What Are They For?
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Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer recently revealed that the company has over one million servers in its datacenter... Read More →

Facebook Shares Soar

Facebook Shares Soar
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Facebook quarterly profit and sales exceed Wall Street's expectations, sending stock soaring in afterhours... Read More →

Disney’s Aireal Lets You Feel The Unreal

Disney’s Aireal Lets You Feel The Unreal
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At the Siggraph conference in Anaheim, Disney Research showed off a new invention called Aireal. This haptic technology... Read More →

You Can Now Pre-Order Geeksphone Peak+

You Can Now Pre-Order Geeksphone Peak+
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There is no shortage of smartphone choices today, and in fact, even the briefest look at what is on the table just... Read More →

Coming Soon Life-Size Holograms in Your Living Room

Coming Soon Life-Size Holograms in Your Living Room
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The first time I can remember seeing holograms was way back in the 1977 Science Fiction classic, Star Wars ,where we... Read More →