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Flow is The World’s Most Magical Controller

by Ranjan Yadavon December 31, 2014
Flow, from Berlin, Germany, is a programmable, wireless controller for your computer and connected devices. The features of Flow are, Bluetooth LE/4.1/Smart, All BLE devices compatibility, 4 months exchangeable battery, 70 mm diameter, 15mm height, 360 degrees angular positioning, capacitive touch, infrared based hand gesture recognition luminosity, metal ring materials of aluminium/stainless steel, durable polycarbonate […]

Nanoplug, the World’s First Invisible Hearing Aid Device

by Ranjan Yadavon December 20, 2014
Nanoplug, from Munich, Germany, is 100% invisible, instant-fit, user programmable & affordable hearing aid. It is appropriate for people with mild to moderately-severe hearing loss. Nanoplug is a high-tech product adjustable in the privacy of your own home. Suitable for use with mobile phones, as well. The goal at Nanoplug was change lives by creating […]


Audi Sets a New Milestone in History with Self Driving Car

by Rajesh Ksskon October 28, 2014
It has been the era of modern technology making our lives more simpler and sophisticated. Self driving cars is one of the products of such a technologically advanced era in science. It all started with Google with took the initiative for introducing this technology to cars. It has received applause from around the globe. This […]

Tastebuds Acquires Music-Dating App, Moosify

by Ranjan Yadavon August 27, 2014
Tastebuds Media Ltd., the London based social dating network that connects users according to their music interests, is acquiring its U.S. competitor moosify. Moosify is a mobile-first “social dating” app that also connects people around music, it is a rival to Tastebuds. Terms of the deal are still not made public. Tastebuds co-founder Alex Parish […]


Google Wins Over VG Media at German Federal Cartel Office

by Ranjan Yadavon August 24, 2014
Google Inc. has emerged victorious against a complaint brought by VG Media, at the Federal Cartel Office, Germany. VG Media had filed an objection against Mountain View, California based Google for giving users access to their news articles without paying the publishers any penny. Various German publishers, also comprising Axel Springer and Burda, initiated the […]
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Rocket Internet Set for an IPO, Sells 2.5% Stake to Holtzbrink

by Ranjan Yadavon August 22, 2014
Rocket Internet, the Berlin-based e-commerce incubator and investor, is anticipated to go for a public listing on the Frankfurt stock exchange, probably in the month of September. The incubator firm is valued at around $5.7 billion and is likely to list stakes of around 15 percent by selling new shares, according to industry sources. Sources also […]


KitKat-enabled Sony D2203 smartphone coming soon?

by Nick Adamson August 15, 2014
It looks like Sony is all set to launch the Sony D2203, a huge 6.1-inch phablet at the IFA to be held next month in Germany, along with a number of other devices. Although it is a huge device, it will fall in the mid-range category and will go easy on your wallet. If Xperia […]

Denmark created 1:1 in Minecraft

by Ryan Burgesson April 27, 2014
The Danish Geodata Agency has created a 1:1 scale replica of their country in Minecraft by porting their 3D elevation model into the game. It was employee Simon Kokkendorf idea to create the map and use it as an education tool. Kokkendorf and his colleague Thorbjørn Nielsen also added ‘smaller’ details lik houses, lakes, rivers, […]

No Nazis in the German Wolfenstein: The New Order

by Ryan Burgesson April 17, 2014
Well in what probably isn’t a surprise to many the German versions of Wolfenstein: The New Order will not contain Nazis but instead ‘The Regime’. This particular Wolfenstein game is set within the 1960’s in an alternate reality where the Nazi’s won World War 2. Peter Hines, Bethesda’s marketing executive said: They have a thing […]


UK game industry to get tax breaks

by Ryan Burgesson March 28, 2014
Finally after a long long wait, the European Commission has approved tax relief measures resulting in what could be a £188 million boost for developers over the next 5 years. Under this new policy UK game developers are entitled to claim discounts on up to a quarter of production costs. This news has been 6 […]

Matt Stone responds to South Park: The Stick of Truth censorship

by Ryan Burgesson March 9, 2014
So 2/3 days after South Park: The Stick of Truth released in the UK and Europe respectively Matt Stone co-creator of South Park has spoken out against Ubisoft’s decision to censor the title in Europe on consoles. Matt Stone said in an interview with The Metro: We weren’t going to change the content, so we’ve […]

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Forget WhatsApp, Here’s What You Need: Telegram

by Gizmoration March 4, 2014
Letters—Morse code—SMSs—Instant Messengers. The world of communication has developed by many folds in the 20th Century itself. The world is shrinking; you can instantly connect with anyone from US, Australia or Germany. But, when it comes to instant messenger, nothing can beat WhatsApp (until now). WhatsApp recently got into news with its acquisition by Facebook for […]
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“Django Unchained” is No.1 in The Worldwide Weekend Box Office

by Anna Johnsonon February 5, 2013
  The Western popular movie Django Unchained released on December 25th, remains in the top of the international box office, as No. 1. for the third consecutive weekend. From the 66 markets and 6,421 screens, in which the film can be watched, Django Unchained earned a total gross of $309.2 million, with $130 million, in […]

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Firefox Phone With Its Own OS Announced by Mozilla

by Chris Murphyon January 22, 2013
Mozilla has unveiled the first Firefox phone this week, which the company has created for developers worldwide to preview and test their new Firefox OS. Smartphone maker ZTE mentioned that it will work with a European wireless carrier to launch a smartphone with Mozilla’s Firefox mobile OS. ZTE’s CEO Cheng Lixen told Bloomberg news that the mobile […]
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Holiday Traveling in Europe (INFOGRAPHIC)

by Anna Johnsonon December 29, 2012
  Traveling in Europe for the holidays could be one of the best experiences in your life. You can find great deals, even in pricey places like Paris and London. The secret is simple: knowing where the bargains are. Did you know you can see the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, and Pompidou in Paris for free, […]


Monstrous Mechanical: 8 Giant Gadgets

by Chris Murphyon December 29, 2012
When it comes to phones, notebooks and portable game consoles, smaller is nearly always better. But sometimes a gadget just needs to be really, really huge. Check out these giant gadgets: 1. Bucket-Wheel Excavator Towering 310 feet high and weighing 31.3 million pounds, the Bagger 293 holds a Guiness World Record as the largest and […]

Blaupunkt DJ112 Silver Edition Headphones

by Matthew Lucason November 22, 2012
Blaupunkt Company has been associated for a long time with car audio, but they started out in 1923 making headphones and now they have returned to its roots in the headphone field. The new DJ 112 Silver Edition On-Ear headphones combine outstanding design with high quality sound reproduction. This device was designed and engineered in […]
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Bad Economy? Tell That To Apple

by Nick Adamson November 12, 2012
iPhone 5 sales may double the record imposing sales its predecessor, the IPhone 4S reached. Analysts have speculated that Apple may sell up to 33 million iPhone 5 units in three months. They mentioned that the iPhone’s well established reputation, alongside with Apple’s aggressive marketing efforts, could break every record in the smart phone industry. […]

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3 Million iPads Sold in The First 3 Days

by Chris Murphyon November 5, 2012
Apple announced today it has sold 3 million iPads in just three days since the launch of its new iPad Mini and 4th generation iPad. The Wi-Fi + Cellular versions of both iPad mini and 4th generation iPad will ship in a couple of weeks in the US and in many more countries later this […]

Now You Can Pre-Order The iPad Mini

by Nick Adamson October 26, 2012
If you’re looking to get your hands on an iPad Mini, now you can pre-order it, as Apple just launched pre-orders via its mobile app and on Apple.com Order the device online and you will skip the chaos of lines, it will be shipped by November 2nd for U.S. shoppers and in late Nov. for […]