Canon EOS 70D is Sheer Awesomeness; We Love the New Improved Video Focus Tech it Carries

July 2, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One of the biggest drawbacks of DSLR cameras is that it offers less powerful autofocus capabilities.  Though you can’t zoom effectively on a DSLR, the sharp images they generate have managed to enthuse photographers. And, for better focus, photographers have been depending on loupes and monitors. Still, many professional photographers don’t consider DSLR as their […]

Goodbye Google Reader, the Time Has Come to Usher in Something New

July 1, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Bidding goodbye can be painful. More so, when it is to a companion that has stood by your side for years! But then as years go by, something called novelty needs to be ushered in and here too that has happened. It’s with a sad heart that users around the globe are saying goodbye to […]

Offensive Posts on Twitter or Facebook to Attract Penalty in Grenada

July 1, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The social media has turned out to be a crazy open platform where many out there just do whatever they want regardless of whom it may effect. There are also thousands of social beings who use the public forum to abuse or pen mischievous and ugly comments about someone else and thus gain a mind […]

Sony Honami Pictures Leak Yet Again

June 29, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A few days ago, we were able to see the first images of the Honami, the alleged latest flagship device from Sony. And now we just stumbled upon more pictures of the smartphone, which were leaked online. Sony’s Honami is considered to be the next top-end handset from the company meant to replace its current, […]

Consoles Galore: What Chances Do Google and Apple Gaming Devices Have?

June 29, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have been hearing rumors about Google’s plan to make its own Android-based video gaming console  for quite a while now. Grapevine murmur had it that Google’s plan comes close on the heels of Apple also thinking of releasing a videogame console in the near future. If these rumors turn true, it would fully change […]

British Airways to Introduce a Reusable e-ink Luggage Tag

June 28, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you were a frequent flyer, you might have felt that handling your luggage is the biggest problem when you check into the airport. Have you ever liked the long queue in front of the ticket counter to get a printed sticker on your luggage? Don’t worry, it seems this is soon going to be […]

Voyager Set to Pierce Mysterious Outer Limit of Solar System; 35 Years On

June 28, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Voyager, NASA’s pioneering spacecraft, is still active and has been sending significant data on our solar system since it was blasted off to space in 1977. And now, after about 35 years of eventful journey, this craft has now taken a dramatic turn. Reports suggest that the craft is fast approaching the outer limit of […]

Four O3b Satellites Successfully Launched; Aims at Low-Cost, High-Speed Internet Connectivity

June 26, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A day ago, O3b successfully launched its first four satellites intended to provide low cost and high-speed internet connectivity to the remote areas of the world that lack any kind of fiber infrastructure. All the four satellites launched by the Arianespace Soyuz launch vehicle from French Guiana and made the first contact with O3b’s gateway […]

Microsoft Windows 8.1: Gearing Up to Address User Complaints

June 26, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

All eyes are on Microsoft’s three-day Build conference in San Francisco, and during this annual developers conference the company will launch a preview of Windows 8.1. In case you didn’t know, the preview will be of a free update that promises to address some drawbacks in its latest version of Windows 8 operating system. Microsoft’s […]

Serving a Microtising Ace: Brand Promotion Hops On to Finger Nails

June 25, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Look where advertising is heading for! Product endorsements have taken a major leap with the advent of technology and the world has already seen tech invasion into the scene in a major way. From the ads on print to television, on cabs, the web and even human beards, product endorsements have come a long way. […]

iPads Board American; Electronic Flight Bag Implementation Completed

June 25, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tablets have found a permanent place in all cockpits during all phases of flight at American Airlines. The Electronic Flight Bag program, kicked off some time ago, has now been successfully completed and thus has effectively begun utilizing tablets in all aircraft owned by the airline. According to a spokesperson, American Airlines has “completed testing […]

Vodafone Power Pocket Can Put Your Body Heat to Good Use

June 24, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

How about making use of the heat from your body to charge your handheld device? Carrier Vodafone has something that would enable you to do it. The Power Pocket, from the carrier, would help you charge your cellphone battery with the heat generated your own body. If you are still thinking what this is all […]

Bug Attack on Facebook : The Question of Web Security Assumes Significance

June 24, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You might have already heard Facebook admitting that a security bug had exposed users’ personal contact information to other users who were connected to them. This Facebook bug has reportedly affected about 6 million accounts. What makes it a serious issue? Going by what Facebook has posted a blog on its security page, “… some […]

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