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Galaxy S5′s fingerprint reader can be hacked exactly like iPhone 5S’s

by Nick Adamson April 16, 2014
The Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint sensor can be easily hacked, security researchers have revealed, placing owners’ devices and Paypal accounts at risk. It looks like the iPhone 5s isn’t the only smartphone whose fingerprint reader can be fooled by fake digits. SR Labs has just posted a video (shown below) showing that Samsung’s just-launched Galaxy S5 is susceptible to the same trick. […]
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Mercedes-Benz Just Leaked Google’s ‘Projected Mode’ in-car Tech

by Nick Adamson March 3, 2014
Google’s in-car solution called ‘Projected Mode’ will ‘seamlessly integrate Android smartphones within the vehicle’s dashboard unit. Daimler, the parent of Mercedes recently posted a job ad, that requested the service of a software engineer who could help implement Google’s upcoming in car system. It’s all done via a head unit, that would feature a large display, […]
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Top 25 Highest-Paying Tech Companies For Internships

by Nick Adamson March 1, 2014
Looking for an internship this summer at the tech companies? More than 4,700 US companies are hiring interns, according to the career company Glassdoor, but be careful not all internships are created equal. Glassdoor has compiled a list of the top 25 companies with the best-paid internships, and annualized, interns at all of these organizations make more […]

Sony SmartBand SWR10

Sony Smartband SWR10 Creates Detailed Log of Your Daily Life

by Nick Adamson February 28, 2014
The Sony SmartBand SWR10, announced last month at CES, is the first gadget to be powered by Sony’s new Core fitness tracking technology. It’s a wristband designed to be worn all the time. It featured an open micro-USB port tha it’s waterproof. It can be paired with a phone via NFC or Bluetooth, and combined with Sony’s […]
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Project Management Software to Comply Your Objectives Effectively

by Nick Adamson February 25, 2014
The concept of a project management is no longer restricted to IT. Several years ago business organizations began to mirror the IT project management role to ensure business success. Project management roles will continue to be adopted in business functions outside of IT, such as HR, Finance and Legal. The key challenge small, midsize and […]


A Simple Guide to CCTV: Protect Your Family and Business

by Nick Adamson February 25, 2014
CCTV stands for closed circuit television and is widely used in both commercial and residential buildings. It has become more and more popular over the years and covers the majority of public areas in developed countries, such as the UK. There are many benefits to CCTV being used in either circumstance for security and monitoring […]
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Sony Xperia Z2 Unveiled: Waterproof, 5.2-inch Display, 4K Recording

by Nick Adamson February 24, 2014
The Sony Xperia Z2 was launched as the latest flagship super-phone from Sony, four months after introducing Xperia Z1 and one year after launching the first phone in the series, the Xperia Z. The new phone keeps the same aluminium-edged design, sexy glass front and back, Full HD display, a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and impressive 20.7-megapixel camera. Like its predecessor, […]


How to Convert VHS to DVD Format

by Nick Adamson February 21, 2014
Convert film to DVD at affordable rates and enjoy home movies for years to come. Home movies are always great fun to watch back, but if your films are on VHS then you need to be aware of the fact that this format will not last and the quality will deteriorate. To avoid this you can […]
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Egg Replacing Startup Hampton Creek Foods Raises $23 Million

by Nick Adamson February 17, 2014
The Hampton Creek Foods start-up has raised $23 million in Series B financing for plant-based food technology that replaces eggs in foods, from a simple scramble to muffins, cookie dough and condiments. The round was led by Hong Kong businessman Li Ka-shing’s investment firm Horizons Ventures, with participation from Jerry Yang and AME Cloud Ventures, Ali and […]

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Apple is Developing Sensors for iWatch That Predict Heart Attacks

by Nick Adamson February 17, 2014
Apple’s head of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), Adrian Perica, along with CEO Tim Cook, reportedly met with Tesla’s Elon Musk. Also, Apple’s Tomlinson Holman, the inventor of THX and 10.2 surround sound, has reportedly been looking at ways to detect heart attacks. Both bits of news come by way of Thomas Lee and David R. Baker […]
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This Shoe Detects Land Mines and Warns You Through a Wristband

by Nick Adamson February 15, 2014
Landmines, nearly undetectable and almost always forgotten they can cripple and kill innocents well after a conflict has been settled. To help remedy this problem Colombian design firm Lemur Studio has developed a landmine detector concept that’s easy to use and extremely portable: shoes. The firm’s SaveOneLife concept is a footwear insert that alerts wearers when they’re […]
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Verizon Phone Plans: More Data, Cheaper and Global Texting

by Nick Adamson February 15, 2014
The Verizon phone plans are changing. The company hatched its latest scheme to win customers in the mobile service battle Thursday, boosting data allowances, storage and messaging ability, and offering a discount for some plans. The “More Everything” Verizon phone plans, which leaked to the internet, are similar to the company’s existing Share Everything plans, but with higher […]

Known Universe

This Simulation Shows Us How Incredible & Big Is The Known Universe

by Nick Adamson February 3, 2014
Recent measurements reveal that the Universe is at least 150 billion light-years in diameter. For comparison, its age is estimated to be about 13.7 billion years. Seeing how small the Earth is makes it easy to realize that we’re all just little organisms on a rock. The Known Universe project takes viewers from the Himalayas through […]
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iPhone 6 (iPhone Air) Release Date, Price, Specs, News and Rumors

by Nick Adamson February 2, 2014
Will it be called iPhone 6, iPhone Air or something else? (technically it’ll be the 9th iPhone). According to a reputable Chinese analyst, Apple is looking to push production on the much anticipated iPhone 6 to May 2014 and much to surprise of probably everyone, the phone will not be any larger than 4.7 inches. There have been many conflicting […]


Zynga Announces NaturalMotion Acquisition For $527M And Workforce Cut

by Nick Adamson February 1, 2014
Zynga is purchasing NaturalMotion, a U.K.-based gaming company behind franchises like CSR Racing and Clumsy Ninja, for $527 million in cash and equity. The acquisition of NaturalMotion shows that Zynga is keen on cornering the mobile gaming market. Zynga also announced that it is laying off 314 workers (15% of the company’s workforce) and it looks like the company is shutting down […]
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Apple’s iBeacon May Change The Way We Are Mobile Shopping

by Nick Adamson January 31, 2014
iBeacon has been deployed in its first retail environments. It’s not as flashy as a new iPhone or iPad, but Apple’s iBeacon has the intentional to revolutionize the in-store experience. It opens a door to new set of applications such as indoor maps and in-store marketing, it makes the internet of things a realty and it […]

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Now You Can Order In From Local Restaurants With The Foursquare App

by Nick Adamson January 31, 2014
Foursquare announced that it has partnered with GrubHub Seamless to offer its mobile users access to more than 20,000 restaurants in hundreds of cities across the US. If you’re browsing Foursquare for local eateries and find one with either the GrubHub or Seamless icon, just hit “order delivery” and you’ll be redirected to the GrubHub or Seamless website. To […]
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Aquion Energy Thinks Its Battery Can Solve Renewable Energy’s Problem

by Nick Adamson January 26, 2014
Sodium battery startup Aquion Energy, founded in 2007, is looking to finally commercialize its battery this year. Aquion Energy also announced that it’s raised another $20 million from investors like Bill Gates, Tao Invest, Kleiner Perkins, Foundation Capital and others, completing a $55 million Series D financing round. The financing round was initially set at $35 million back […]


Hackers Use Infected USB To Get Money Out of ATMs

by Nick Adamson January 3, 2014
Hackers have found a way to get Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) to spit out cash, and even have systems worked out that allow them to return to the same machines over and over again to continue draining them of bills. The findings, presented at the Chaos Computing Congress in Hamburg, Germany and reported by the BBC, […]

Millions of Snapchat Usernames and Phone Numbers Leaked

by Nick Adamson January 2, 2014
Several million Snapchat usernames and phone numbers were apparently leaked online late Tuesday night. The New Year may have only just started, but for Snapchat developers it has already been marked by the greatest security fail in the mobile app’s history. The anonymous group of hackers has compiled and dumped a database containing phone number […]
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How Small Businesses are Benefiting from VoIPs

by Nick Adamson December 9, 2013
In addition to saving money, there are a plethora of benefits to switching over to a VoIP. One of the most significant benefits is the enhancement of customer service.   This is especially important to small businesses, who are often already understaffed.  Let’s examine a few additional ways VoIP can be used to help your small […]