Facebook Outing App That Can Track Your Friends

February 5, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There is a Facebook app incoming, which is capable of locating your friends for you in real life, and not just on screen. The app is yet to be named, and hopefully it will have one when it lands next month. To summarize what the app would do in a nutshell is that it would […]

Jawbone Acquires MassiveHealth and Visere to Help with Wearable Computing

February 5, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Jawbone, a wearable computing hardware company, is acquiring the design agency, Visere, along with mobile app maker, MassiveHealth. The amount for which Jawbone is purchasing both these companies are unknown, but it should be a large amount, and Jawbone would be planning something huge to have taken such a step. Jawbone started out as a […]

Motorola X-Phone to Launch with Sony Camera Sensor

February 5, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Rumors have been floating about for some time suggesting a new smartphone device from Google, which would have the backing of Motorola’s machinery. According to PhoneArena’s tipster, the device, named X-Phone, will be release with solid hardware and software specs. Let’s check what they are. Although, the earlier rumors suggested a 5-inch display device, PhoneArena […]

Super Bowl will Have Uninterrupted WiFi Access in the Stadium

February 4, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WiFi won’t be a problem at all at the Super Bowl. The NFL doesn’t want any shortages nor any interference in wireless connections, which is why the Superdome in New Orleans has been designed to handle a whopping 30,000 connections simultaneously during the big game. There are reportedly 700 wireless access points inside the stadium, […]

Google’s Chromebooks are Set to Stay Fit Over the Years

February 4, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Linux-based Chrome OS took to the streets in early 2010, and Google followed it up with their Chromebook pilot program later that year. While the Chrome OS doesn’t pose as a grave danger to Microsoft, it has certainly perked up over the last couple of years. We haven’t heard much from Google about their […]

Flowing Effect Power Cords from Adafruit Blink the Way Power Flows

February 4, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Power cords are usually shunned to a corner after we are done charging our devices with them. We don’t particularly pay any attention to them and only look for them when the battery cries out. Bet people would be more interested in their power cables if they were cooler than just being a black stretch […]

BowBlade Allows Gamers to Shoot Arrows in Their Smartphones

February 4, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Most of us play games on our smartphones and sometimes we use accessories to make the gameplay more realistic. For example, the AppBlaster, which is a gun-like device, allows you to play first-person shooters on your smartphone, by mounting your mobile on it. There’s another such device, but this one allows you to shoot arrows […]

Samsung Galaxy S4 Won’t Get the Spotlight at MWC

February 2, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you were hoping to hear something exciting from Samsung about the Galaxy S4 during the Mobile World Congress, you are going to be disappointed. The electronics giant is going to shut its mouth and not blurt out any secrets on their upcoming flagship device. According to a source familiar with the company’s launch plans, […]

Scientists Map Thoughts Flowing in a Fish’s Brain

February 2, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The brain is a tricky customer. Even after so many years of advancement in technology and research, we still haven’t completely unfurled the mysteries of the brain, be it human or animal. So any work on discovering any aspect of a brain function is akin to groundbreaking. And we have one such kind of study […]

Airturn Helps You Scroll Through Pages of Your iPad Wirelessly

February 2, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With the invasion of affordable tablets with high quality displays, many musicians have turned to using their tablets to store their music and indeed the musical sheets of paper had to go away. But the issue was in the control of their devices, while the musicians were in a live environment. This is where the […]

Disney’s Paperman Uses New Tool for Better Animation

February 1, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Are you interested in animation? If you grew up watching Disney’s cartoons and animations, chances are that you are a fan. And fans shouldn’t miss one of the latest offering from Disney, which they created jointly with Pixar’s John Lasseter. The short animation called Paperman is a great work, and not just for the story […]

Nintendo Wii U Needs Better Games and Not Price Cut: Iwata

February 1, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you are waiting to buy the Wii U after Nintendo slashes down the price, then you might have to wait for a long time. There won’t reportedly be a price cut, as the Nintendo chief Satoru Iwata feels that the Wii U’s woes won’t be solved by slashing its price. He admitted that the […]

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