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Samsung-Bango Tie-up Offers One-Click Purchase Experience at App Outlet

October 24, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The Samsung Galaxy App Store is not extremely the sought-after app store when compared with Google Play or iTunes. But wait before you write it off. For, Samsung Store is bringing in efforts to hike the interest among potential customers by bringing in some cool tweaks. One among them was born a couple of days […]

Microsoft Wearable Device is Essentially a Fitness Band; Arriving Soon

October 23, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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After Apple and Google had their fair share of news spotlight, it’s rival Microsoft who is now hogging all the limelight. We have been fed with innumerable rumors of Microsoft entering the smartwatch arena and at the moment what we hear is even more interesting. Forbes reports that the new ‘smartwatch’ from Microsoft would be […]

Cigarette Ash Can Free Water of Arsenic Pollutants

October 22, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The concept of recycling is something that has seen its value go up, especially when there is a flurry of e-waste generation. Technology is leading us in the right direction indeed. E-waste recycling has opened the gates for researchers to look seriously at residual waste, which often tend to have been ignored. Need an example? […]

Kobo Exiting Tablet Frontier; to Focus on e-Book Readers

October 15, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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There is hardly some air to breathe if you happen to be stacked between the range of tablets that are flooding the market these days. Failure to lure the masses have also led companies to revamp existing ones and put them back on the racks. But some of them aren’t just interested in doing so […]

Fitbit Turns Blind Eye to Apple HealthKit Integration; May Rethink in Future

October 14, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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All those who have made use of Fitbit  foresaw dreams soar when Apple rolled out their HealthKit, extending the supporting hand to other apps by means of integration. However, that was not to be. Fitness wearable provider Fitbit have sent out clarifications to all those who wanted to know whether the integration with Apple’s Healthkit […]

HTC Nexus 9 Slate Rumored to be Unveiled  in a Couple of Days

October 13, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Latest news from the tech world has now shed some light on the rumored Nexus tablet that has been in the making for quite some time now. We hear that the Nexus 9 tablet will make its debut in the coming weeks with a mass-scale release scheduled for next month. The Nexus 9 tablet is […]

Apple iPhone Tops Wishlist Among Teens

October 11, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The recent bendgate issue may have diminished the charm of iPhones to an extent, but the teens still love the Apple devices. Around 73% of the teens have the iPhone in their wish-list and the smartphone stands in the frontline among the phones they would opt for during their next purchase. We are talking about […]

Evernote Ushers in New Features to Make Note-Taking More Interesting

October 8, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Introduced to the masses as the simple note-taking app, Evernote is now leaping to achieve greater heights. At the Evernote’s Developer conference held in San Francisco, CEO Phil Libin announced two new features that would expand Evernote to be an enhanced workspace. Context and Work Chat are the two new features that have been explained […]

Apple Event on October 16 Rumored to Feature Fresh iPad

October 6, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It seems like Apple has no intention to stay off headlines. Even before the wave created by the iPhone 6 launch came to a standstill, the infamous ‘bendgate’ rocked news space. Now it’s an event rumored to be scheduled for October 16th that has been generating widespread interest. We first heard of the event from […]

Robotic Science to help Restore Power in Calamity Ridden Areas

October 2, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Robotic engineering just keeps on delivering marvelous stuff. Its reach is far more than that of manual work, and we have seen how it expands its fields of operation. The human race, often, finds trouble in coping up with the fury of Mother Nature, and when disasters happen in isolated areas, situations just get worse. […]

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