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Time travel to become reality? Scientists sent light particles into the past

by Eric Brownon June 25, 2014
According to Einstein’s theory, it’s possible to travel back in time through a closed timelike curve, more commonly known as a “wormhole”. But scientists struggle with this theory because of the paradoxes that it presents. “Time travel was simulated by using a second photon to play the part of the past incarnation of the time-travelling […]
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5 evergreen tips to help you get more out of your online marketing campaigns

by Gizmoration June 21, 2014
What does one think of, when the term evergreen comes to mind? For most of us, this normally refers to the pine tree that we adorn with plenty of different decorations during the Christmas season. For those who are involved in the marketing business however, evergreen refers to something else, though both terms take from […]

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Harley-Davidson to release the first electric motorcycle

by Chris Murphyon June 20, 2014
Thursday, Harley-Davidson announced the release of the first electric motorcycle called Project LiveWire. The Milwaukee-based company said on Thursday that “select consumers” around the country next week will start getting a chance to ride prototype cycles with rechargeable batteries. It rumored that the Livewire will feature a three-phase induction motor producing 75PS of power and 75Nm of torque. […]
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No Man’s Sky is the best indie game ever created

by Chris Murphyon June 20, 2014
No Man’s Sky represents everything you’ve wanted from video games. It aims to fulfill my boyhood fascination with dinosaurs, discovery, exploration, strange places, space, and dogfighting. This game got me and a lot of other people the most hyped this E3 is getting built by less than a dozen people. Everybody should have heard of No Man’s Sky by […]

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4 apps to boost your networking game

by Gizmoration June 17, 2014
It’s time to change the way we go about networking. The business happy hour, the trade conference, the seminar at your local convention center, and the talk at your local community college about your industry have been industry standard events for decades. In fact, not much has changed in regards to the events we go […]
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First look at Samsung Galaxy Tab S (10.5 and 8.4 inch versions)

by Matthew Lucason June 13, 2014
Samsung leads the tablet market and with the launch of two new flagship tablets: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and 8.4 inch, the company becomes more powerful. Samsung‘s global tablet market share is already growing at the expense of Apple’s, climbing to 22.3% in the first quarter from 17.5% a year earlier, while Apple’s share shrank […]

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This revolutionary EKG glove gives a 12 lead ECG in less than a minute

by Gizmoration June 12, 2014
Photo description: IneedMD’s Dr. Gopinathan shows Congressman Israel how to use the EKG Glove. Being able to run tests on your heart in a couple of minutes can spell the difference between life and death – that’s a fact! However, today’s technology still doesn’t allow for easy, affordable and immediate full EKG scans. This has […]

Social media needs a new trend, so we present: #gizfie, the selfie for gadgets

by Matthew Lucason June 8, 2014
Selfies are everywhere. If you spend even just 10 minutes on any social network, you will most likely run into a photo or two (or 20) of faces taken by their owners. The selfie has become a by-word for our self-obsessed age, and it seems everyone’s doing it; even Barack Obama and David Cameron at Nelson Mandela’s memorial. […]
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Softbank’s Pepper robot is human-like, reads feelings and costs $1,900

by Matthew Lucason June 6, 2014
Softbank launched the first humanoid robot called Pepper. The company, owned by Masayoshi Son, says that Pepper is an emotionally attuned robot “powered by love”. Pepper is provided with a chest-mounted 10.1-inch touch screen tablet, which he uses to display images, content or to express his own feelings. Pepper is linguistically agile, and can speak English, French, Japanese and […]

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Tetris game turns 30: EA gives away prizes for Tetris Blitz players on iOS

by Nick Adamson June 6, 2014
Tetris is celebrating its 30th anniversary today. The addictive puzzle game was designed by Alexey Pajitnov, and shot to international recognition when it was released with the Nintendo Game Boy in 1989. It took until 1988 for the USSR to figure out exactly what videogame gold-dust it had on its hands. Consequently, a state-owned company called Elektronorgtechnica (ELORG […]
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The ‘I’m Getting Kidnapped’ app keeps you safe from dangerous situation

by Nick Adamson June 6, 2014
Yes, there is an app for that now. The ‘I’m Getting Kidnapped’ app wants to protect you from getting kidnapped.It works as a distress beacon for its user. After you download the app, go to Settings, type a custom message such as “Hello, if you’re receiving this, I’m getting kidnapped. This is my last location, alert authorities.” Then you type the phone […]

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Apple’s newest ad shows what’s next: Health and fitness wearables, apps

by Nick Adamson June 5, 2014
Apple just released its newest TV ad called ‘Strenght’, which is set to the song “Chicken Fat,” performed by Robert Preston, originally written for President John F. Kennedy’s fitness program. The ad is a part of the its “You’re more powerful than you think” campaign. In the latest spot, iPhone users swim, run, and weigh themselves, all while connected […]
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Kickstarter makes the rules easier with Launch Now feature

by Matthew Lucason June 4, 2014
The most important Kickstarter change is the introduction of Launch Now, a new way for users to get their campaigns online faster and easier. The news, which was made official via a Kickstarter blog post this morning by CEO Yancey Strickler, means that new projects will skip the human vetting process, and instead will be evaluated based on  “thousands of data points” before being turned […]

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Will bendable phones ever become the norm?

by Gizmoration June 3, 2014
Thirty years ago, the first huge, clunking and not-very-good mobile phones were affectionately referred to as ‘bricks’, due to them being (quite literally) the size of a house brick. (A company has recently started recreating those Yuppie icons as ‘post-modernist ironic statements’, although whether anyone will feel sufficiently ironic to actually cart one of them […]

Houzz, the home design site, raised $150M at $2.3B valuation

by Matthew Lucason June 3, 2014
Home design site and mobile app Houzz is in talks with investors to raise $150 million in a round of funding that would value the company at $2.3 billion, according to people familiar with the deal. Founded by Alon Cohen and Adi Tatarko, the California-based company has more than 2 million new shares at a price per share of […]

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Apple WWDC 2014: iPhone 6, new OS X, iOS 8, and a health app

by Nick Adamson June 2, 2014
Apple takes the stage at its WWDC (Worldwide Developer’s Conference) in San Francisco today. The show will begin with a keynote speech at 10am Pacific time. The good news is that Apple has announced that it will be live streaming the event, and has promised exciting announcements. If you have Apple TV navigate to “Apple Events”. The keynote speech […]
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Levar Burton launches Kickstarter campaign to revive ‘Reading Rainbow’

by Anna Johnsonon May 29, 2014
LeVar Burton unveiled a Kickstarter campaign dedicated to bringing back the classic Reading Rainbow. The beloved American children’s television series could once again become a staple for US children after the Wednesday launch of the fundraising campaign. The creator and host of PBS’ series Reading Rainbow from 1983 to 2006, hopes that with $1 million, he can continue the legacy of the […]

Is your IT disaster recovery plan good enough? 5 questions to ask

by Gizmoration May 29, 2014
No one ever likes to think about disasters. It can be challenging enough to keep a business running on a daily basis — who wants to consider the idea that things could go horribly wrong? But disasters do happen, and a company’s response to them can mean the difference between a momentary disruption and full-scale, […]


In an emergency these 5 gadgets could save your life

by Gizmoration May 29, 2014
In the event of a natural disaster, chemical spill or other emergency, preparedness can mean the difference between life and death. The CDC recommends having a three-day supply of water for everyone in your household, including pets, along with a two-week supply of food, medicines and other supplies. Additionally, you should keep important documents — […]
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The slot machines are the most popular casino games in history

by Gizmoration May 28, 2014
Slot machines – pokies, fruit machines, the slots, poker machines – are the most popular casino games in history. They are available in an incredible variety, from simple three-reel mechanical one-armed bandits (although these are mostly collectibles only, not used by the business anymore) to 100-reel monsters that thrive online, you can find them in […]