Sony Xperia SP Ready for Summer; Sports Mid-Range Price

March 20, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After the Sony Xperia Z grabbed the limelight for Sony this year, the company is back with a new, mid-range offering – the Sony Xperia SP. The new device is a follow-up of the Xperia S and Xperia P models. The Xperia SP is a colorful device, having included an illuminated transparent bar in its […]

Microsoft Commercial Site Allows Purchase of Surface Devices by Volume

March 20, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you are in need of more than one Surface RT and Pro tablet/PC hybrid device, you can now order them in bulk through Microsoft’s new order site. The software giant has put up a new Surface Commercial Order site through which customers will be able to order and purchase Surfaces, accessories and after-market plans. […]

Fujitsu Software Checks Pulse Through Cameras

March 19, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There are lots of gadgets and applications that allow you to monitor your health at home. A new one is on the block and it uses your smartphone camera, which makes it easier to capture medically-relevant information. The technology will monitor the users’ pulse based on a video of their face. Already, some of the […]

Motorola X Phone Rumor Touts Rear Touch-Sensitive Control

March 19, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Heard about the Motorola X Phone? Chances are that you might have heard it by it’s other name – Google X Phone. Well, either way, the phone has generated a lot of interest, mainly because details are scarce. But now it seems the name Motorola X Phone would imply a brand rather than just one […]

Microsoft Windows Phone 8 Support to End Next Year

March 19, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If a two-year contract Windows Phone is in your shopping list, then it would do you good to know that the chances of you having that device for a long term is low. You might be forced to upgrade or stay with a handset that would be useless to you by the time your deal […]

Google Nexus 5 with Impressive Spec Sheet Rumored for Later This Year

March 18, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all have that fantasy phone that sports some awesome specs and is the perfect smartphone ever. Well, we do have something close to that dream, and while the news isn’t a confirmed one, you can still drool over it. Within a couple of days after Samsung ousted their flagship Galaxy S 4, LG-Google’s next […]

Alzheimer’s Can Now be Diagnosed Early; Thanks to Neurotrack

March 18, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Prevention is always better than cure and if the disease doesn’t have a permanent cure discovered yet, it is absolutely better to find out about the disease before it strikes with full impact. This is where the Neurotrack kick into action. Neurotrack’s technology can diagnose the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease three to four years before […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 May Come Without Stylus

March 18, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung brought home the stylus with the Samsung Galaxy Note. We had the accessory following the phablet into the next-generation as well. But now there are rumors that the stylus won’t be accompanying the next Galaxy Note phablet. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to do away with the stylus, instead opting for a […]

TSMC Speculated to Work on Apple A7 Processors

March 16, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The chips that are needed to power up future iPhones and iPads are being readied by Apple and its manufacturing partners. We would probably see one of the next-generation processor getting into form later this month. According to a report, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, or TSMC, will supposedly tape out Apple’s A7 chip this month. […]

Cloud-based Internet for Robots

March 16, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After the internet, what? How about an internet for robots? That’s just what some European scientists have come up with – a cloud-based platform for robots based on the RoboEarth Cloud Engine they’ve developed. The new platform expand on the research done on allowing robots to share knowledge with other robots via a WWW-style database, […]

Bionic Arm Capable of Performing Simple Everyday Tasks

March 15, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We are so much dependent on our limbs that we, more often than not, don’t pay attention to the simple tasks that we do on a normal day-to-day basis. We don’t normally appreciate how helpful it is to have the use of all our limbs. For example, try buttoning up a shirt using only one […]

Now, a Pen that Corrects Your Language

March 15, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

In this age of touchscreens, even ergonomic keyboards seem old school. But now a project from LernStift seeks to cherish the good old tradition of writing with a technologically advanced pen. This Munich-based start-up won the accelerator pitch held by WAYRA Germany. The two founders thereby gained the expert support of the international Telefonica network […]

Google Glasses Not Yet for People Who Wear Eyeglasses

March 14, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google Glasses, the most hyped gadget in recent times, will most probably hit the markets this year. But sadly not for people who wear prescription glasses.  Google has yet to begin work on such a version. But for those with normal eyesight, Google Glasses take a step further toward ubiquitous computing, which is the idea […]

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