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7 Infamous Google Slip-ups

7 Infamous Google Slip-ups

Despite being one of the most successful and profitable companies, Google inc. has had its fair share of failures. Let’s rewind our clock back to five years ago when Google was everything its competitors weren’t. Everything they launched added a paragraph to their success story. The whys and wherefores of this could be accounted by the class, meticulousness, innovation and […]

 
     
 
 

Daily App: InstaPlace (iOS/Android): Give Pictures a Sense of Place

Daily App: InstaPlace (iOS/Android): Give Pictures a Sense of Place

Geotagging has been around for donkey’s years now (well, in tech terms at least). The whole idea of being able to add information about the location where a picture was clicked to the picture itself was handy. The problem, of course, was that this information was not always obvious to the viewer. More often than not, you would have to […]

     
 
 

Supermaterial Graphene: Why is it Important to us & Nokia

Supermaterial Graphene: Why is it Important to us & Nokia    

How much do you know about Graphene, the wonder material? Should it suffice to know that it’s stronger than diamond, being the world’s strongest material?  It’s actually 300 (yes, three hundred) times stronger than steel. And this supermaterial has many other properties that we’re going to talk about. It matters right now to know more about graphene because the European […]

     
 
 

128 GB iPad Announced: $799 for WiFi & $929 for LTE

128 GB iPad Announced: $799 for WiFi & $929 for LTE

Did you think that Apple is running out of ideas? I, for one, am surprised by this move from the Cupertino folks. The rumors about a 128 GB iPad are so fresh that it’s hard to believe it’s already real. Usually, rumors and speculations appear weeks and months before the product itself gets launched, such as it was the case […]

 
     
 
 

A Hollywood Look at Tech in 2012

A Hollywood Look at Tech in 2012

It is that time of the year when people talk of the best and worst of the year about to pass into history and gaze into the future and predict what’s in store. But there is more to a year than just the best, the worst and what will be. Or at least we think so. Here’s our slightly quirky, […]

 
     
 
 

3D Photo Booth is now for Real!

3D Photo Booth is now for Real!

The latest craze in tech world is 3D. By the day, this technology is embedding into our lives, when just a few years ago, was the stuff of movies and imagination. In recent years, we saw the rise of the 3D printers, 3D televisions and 3D content (movies and other digital media). But apart from digital media, 3D has not quite gone […]

     
 
 

Meet Pinch: the Interface that Links Displays from Multiple Devices

This is how would Pinch look like on three devices    

Linking displays to one another is not a new concept. Attaching several displays to one another for rendering important invents like football matches has been seen in the television since its very start, and for strong reasons too. It is fairly cheaper to use and also to transport nine monitors while displaying a big image, than a huge panel which […]

     
 
 

Is Google’s Chromebook the Kindle Fire of Laptops?

Is Google’s Chromebook the Kindle Fire of Laptops?

Since the beginning of the millennium, there have been projects like the $99 computer, with the sole purpose of pushing developers into creating a device which can be purchased by any category of people, without worrying about the price. Although that exact limit has not been touched, Google has just taken a step forward with its Chromebook laptop, built in cooperation with Samsung, which […]

 
     
 
 

Cyborgs are Almost Here: Tissues with Embedded Nanoelectronics

Cyborgs are Almost Here: Tissues with Embedded Nanoelectronics

A leading team of scientist from Harvard University are on the way to develop what science fiction has imagined for decades: cyborgs. Part human, part machine, these entities have integrated circuits that work with the biological tissue, making it stronger and more resilient. Researchers at the Harvard University have managed to create a circuit that can be molded in a […]

     
 
 

Combine all your Internet Connections with Connectify Dispatch

Combine all your Internet Connections with Connectify Dispatch

A typical net-savvy user will have at-least two internet connections. A broadband connection at home and a 2G/3G/4G connection for smartphone/tablet. And not to forget the free (but slow) WiFi at the coffee shop or the ultra-fast ethernet connection at office. How cool it’d be to combine any (or all) of these connections to get a much faster and much […]