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SmartyDNS Review: What is Smart DNS and Why You Should Use It?

by Gizmoration February 10, 2015
SmartyDNS provides a Smart DNS service for tech savvy customers that are looking to bypass geo restricted content but for those not in the know, what exactly is Smart DNS? Well it is a rather simple concept. Many websites on the internet today are blocked to people outside of certain countries, like for example Netflix [...]
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Top Features To Consider While Buying Android Tablets

by Gizmoration February 5, 2015
The tablet computers have been a revelation in the technology world. The small, handy smart device allows you do everything that you would do on a computer but on the move and with much ease. No matter, if you are a business person, a student, ardent gamer or avid reader, a tablet would cater to [...]

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Wearable Technology Trends & Predictions For 2015 and Beyond

by Gizmoration February 4, 2015
By now, it’s safe to say that wearable technology has graduated from the “novelty” category. User adoption has reached a level that guarantees most people no longer stare with awe at someone wearing a watch with a touch display. Despite the privacy concerns and other related issues associated with Google Glass and similar eye-worn devices, [...]
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smrtGRiPS, The World’s First Connected Bike Grips

by Ranjan Yadavon February 3, 2015
smrtGRiPS is World’s First Connected Bike Grips. smrtGRiPS is the world’s first and most integrated connected bike upgrade ever built. It is a bike upgrade that turns your bike smarter, safer and even more enjoyable to ride without ever requiring a display. smrtGRiPS seamlessly integrates eyes-free navigation, haptic feedback notifications and acts as a bike tracker, it [...]

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RideOn, World’s First True AR Goggles for Snow Sports

by Ranjan Yadavon February 3, 2015
RideOn, from Tel Aviv, Israel, are world’s first true AR goggles meant for snow sports. RideOn goggles are the world’s first true augmented reality (AR) goggles for skiing and snowboarding. RideOn goggles have a see-­through display that projects AR layers and features on the snow, making the snow seem floating 15 feet in front of [...]
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Bitcoin Island: Is the Isle of Man the Next Crypto Valley?

by Gizmoration February 2, 2015
Silicon Valley, in California, USA, is the mecca for all things technology. But, The Isle of Man hopes to be the mecca for Bitcoin – the controversial digital currency. The island, which sits between England and Ireland, raised more than a few eyebrows recently when it hinted that it may officially welcome Bitcoin as a [...]

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Dedicated, Shared Or VPS Hosting – What’s The Difference?

by Gizmoration February 2, 2015
Choosing a server account is pretty straightforward but a lot depends upon the amount of traffic that you expect to have running through your site. For standard blogging, small websites or basic online retail  a shared server is likely to be able to accommodate most needs. However for those wanting to be certain that their [...]
Diabeto

Diabeto Syncs Diabetes Readings to Smartphone

by Ranjan Yadavon January 31, 2015
Diabeto syncs diabetes readings to a smartphone with ease. Diabeto, built in Mumbai, India, is a cute looking accessible hardware device that wirelessly syncs Glucometer readings with your smartphone. Diabeto is a thorough management system that is meant to help people living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in order to get clear insight and initiate [...]
Cynaps

Cynaps Mint, an Integratable Bone Conduction Headset

by Ranjan Yadavon January 29, 2015
Cynaps Mint is an integratable bone conduction headset built in San Francisco, California by Product Developer, Mike Freeman. Cynaps Mint allows you to convert any hat or helmet into a bone conduction headset thereby letting you to listen without even blocking your ears. The interesting part is thay you get a free sweat absorbing running [...]

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Mineral Paper is Cheap, Water-Proof And Photodegradable

by DRajon January 29, 2015
With so much caution about Global warming and deforestation around, we need new technologies and methods to generate eco-friendly and recyclable material for their further use in future. A group of entrepreneurs from Mexico devised a method to convert all the PET bottles into paper which they claim will save 20 trees and 56000 liters [...]
Skoog

Skoog 2.0 is An Innovative Music Interface

by Ranjan Yadavon January 29, 2015
Skoog 2.0 is an innovative music interface built in Edinburgh, U.K. Skoog is an uber-cool, app-ready, hands-on musical cube that has the potential to augment your creativity and bring it to life. Skoog is an exemplary standard for tactile control. Budding musicians can easily learn musical instrument that they play within seconds with Skoog. Families and [...]

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Zero is World’s 1st Digital Earphone With DAC

by Ranjan Yadavon January 29, 2015
Zero is World’s 1st Digital Earphone with DAC. Zero, made in Kowloon, Hong Kong, is world’s 1st digital earphone. It lets you recreate Hi-Fi music from an Android phone via an integrated DAC and High Powered Amp Earphone. Zero is world’s smallest DAC + high-powered amplifier earphone designed to give full digital audio without the requirement for [...]
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Workout is Now Easier With These Mobile Apps

by DRajon January 29, 2015
Most probably you might be the one who took New Year resolution to keep up the fitness and go to gym to make a great body. But unfortunately, in the busy life we forget the workout. Don’t worry we bring you 2 best of all the apps which help you keep fit in the less [...]

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Another Step Made In Wireless Charging Technology

by DRajon January 29, 2015
The tangled wires all around are definitely a sickening task to untangle and charge up your phone. For this purpose we have the invented wireless charging. Though wireless charging has come up from different tech brands, it is limited to certain range or area where you can place your mobile and it gets charged. Microsoft [...]
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Google Plans To Buy Mobile Payment Company Softcard

by DRajon January 29, 2015
Softcard is a mobile payment company which is troubled nowadays and that is a reason why many potential buyers are planning to take over Softcard. Google, the tech giant is also planning the same. Google is interested in buying payment groups which are relatively small which are controlled by Telecom companies of US. Google is [...]

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Facebook Brings Voice Transcription To Messenger

by DRajon January 28, 2015
Voice messages in WhatsApp and Facebook are popular and it already has spread over many other applications. Facebook is now planning to release something better and the idea is voice transcriptions for their messenger app. This means that you can now just talk toyour messenger app and it will convert them into words and send [...]
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Federal Appeals Court Rejects San Jose’s Antitrust Case Against MLB

by Ranjan Yadavon January 26, 2015
Federal Appeals Court Rejects San Jose’s Antitrust Case Against MLB. A ruling of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals didn’t consider San Jose’s claims that baseball’s refusal to let the A’s to move to a downtown ballpark breaches federal antitrust laws. The appeals court stated that baseball’s age-old exemption from antitrust laws forecloses San Jose’s [...]
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Google, Apple, Adobe & Intel Ink $415m ‘Non-Poaching’ Settlement

by Ranjan Yadavon January 26, 2015
Google, Apple, Adobe & Intel ink $415m ‘non-poaching’ settlement. World’s top four technology firms Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe have reached to a settlement of a class action case that alleged they conspired holding down salaries. The case alleged that the tech giants agreed to resist from poaching staff from either of the companies. This, [...]

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State of New York Plans To Have Fastest Broadband

by DRajon January 26, 2015
New York governor Andrew Cuomo hopes that by 2019 all of the state will be hooked up with 100 Mbps internet speed.  The Administration department hints that it is the largest state investment in broadband services in the country. The Chief Digital officer Rachel Haot calls for the Internet Service providers with at least 100Mbps [...]
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MIT Engineers Develop EVA Sex Toy To End Pleasure Gap For Women

by Ranjan Yadavon January 26, 2015
MIT Engineers have created what is called, EVA Sex Toy to curb the ‘Pleasure Gap’ for Women. MIT Engineers’ have developed a vibrator called Eva that is in fact the most hugely funded adult product in the history of online crowd funding. Notably, a survey published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine states that 15 percent of [...]

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