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TrackR Bravo is the Thinnest Tracking Device Today

by Ranjan Yadavon December 17, 2014
TrackR Bravo, from Santa Barbara, California, United States, is a simple way to maintain track of items via your smartphone. Post 5 years of R&D, thousands of customer feature suggestions, and 5 product revisions, TrackR is proud to reveal TrackR bravo to the world. TrackR bravo is the slimmest and most stylish item tracking device [...]
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Ubuntu Mobile OS To Come Live In Early 2015

by RJ Kon December 8, 2014
Ubuntu Mobile, the new operating system for mobile is all set to be released in the early 2015, according to the Meizu’s official Facebook page. Almost 10 months ago, the Chinese manufacturer Meizu has announced its plans for the Ubuntu Mobile operating system. Android and iOS are the existing platforms for smartphones where Android being [...]

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“Innovators’ Collective” New Section Debuts on eBay

by Dharti Shahon December 6, 2014
eBay has rolled out a new product category on its U.S. marketplace which features a collection lifestyle products and other items from companies ranging from emerging small businesses fresh off a crowdfunding round to larger, better-known tech brands like Nest, keeping in mind the few weeks of holiday shopping remaining. Called the “Innovators Collective,” this [...]
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Raspberry Pi Model A+ is The Cheapest And The Smallest

by RJ Kon December 1, 2014
The Raspberry Pi, in simply words, is a mini CPU-a single board computer. The size is the one which amazes the user, at just the size that of a credit card. The Pi was introduced by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools. So why is [...]

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Yahoo Makes A Deal With Mozilla To Drive Google Out of Race

by RJ Kon November 23, 2014
Yahoo is making moves to increase its search market share through various investments, acquisitions and deals. One such recent deal was between the internet giant and the web browser Firefox maker Mozilla Corp. According to the deal Yahoo will be made the default search engine for the web browser in the US. The idea of [...]
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The Giant Duo LG And Google Pair Up In A 10 Years Deal

by RJ Kon November 7, 2014
LG and Google are the two majors in their respective industries. Mobile OS is the only platform where this companies meet each other. With then vision to strengthen their bond LG and Google have entered into an agreement which is a deal to enter into a “long-term patent cross-licensing agreement” covering both the existing and [...]

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New Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Will Come to U.S. Soon

by RJ Kon November 5, 2014
The innovation curved edge display of Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge would be the most attracting feature of the phablet sized device. The Samsung lovers of U.S can soon have their most loved device soon as the company announced that soon it is shipping the devices to U.S. But the steep price is what makes the [...]
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Lenovo Acquires Motorola Mobility from Google

by RJ Kon October 31, 2014
It has been the year of big deals so far among the leading companies. The recent addition is Google selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo, giving the Chinese smartphone manufacturer a major presence in the US market. Google has signed an agreement to sell Motorola to Lenovo for $2.91 billion in the mixture of cash and [...]
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Hi-tech Cars Are Vulnerable for Attacks According to Researchers

by RJ Kon September 1, 2014
Computer has been the invention for a life time. Now researchers taking the full advantage of this wonderful machine are creating wonders like Hi-Tech cars, smartphones etc. But are these smart , complex systems free from hacker attacks?   Modern day cars are also equipped with number of ECU’s( Electronic Control Unit) which controls one [...]

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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 [...]
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Panasonic Brings Qi-Wireless Charging Pad, Portable Chargers

by Ranjan Yadavon August 21, 2014
Panasonic Corporation, the Japanese multinational electronics corporation headquartered in Kadoma, Osaka, Japan has officially launched three new Qi-enabled charging products in the U.S. This includes Qi portable chargers of 5,300mAh and 2,650mAh units each, besides a Qi wireless charging pad. These fresh chargers are said to be compatible devices with iPhones, Android smartphones and tablets. [...]

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Xbox One to get Early Access Gaming, ReddX

by Ranjan Yadavon August 20, 2014
Xbox One game console by Microsoft is witnessing a considerable spin around beyond usual updates. Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer recently signaled at Gamescom that Steam’s massively popular Early Access program is likely to come to Xbox One. It enables developers to release games still in development and also allows gamer’s to participate in the development [...]
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Barnes & Noble to launch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook soon

by Nick Adamson August 16, 2014
Barnes & Noble seems to have given up on its own range of Nook tablets and has asked Samsung to rebrand one of its Galaxy Tabs to be included in the Nook range. The details of the devices have not been revealed, but a video has been released officially to confirm the Samsung Galaxy Tab [...]

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Mobile Wireless Performance in US, EU: GSMA

by Ranjan Yadavon August 14, 2014
Mobile Wireless Performance appraisal for the United States and the European Union was undertaken by GSMA and NAVIGANT Economics in 2013. The results exhibit that the EU mobile wireless market is under-performing relative to other advanced economies, including the U.S. The EU is falling short in deploying the next generation wireless infrastructures and the advanced services. The [...]
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LTE Voice Calling: A reality in 2016, Verizon Wireless

by Ranjan Yadavon August 13, 2014
LTE or Long Term Evolution 4G technology is a standard for wireless data communications technology and an evolution of the GSM/UMTS standards. LTE technology is a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals. Verizon Wireless has weaved a strategic vision that anticipates voice calls to run primarily on voice over 4G LTE networks, [...]

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KILL SWITCH 2015: The Remote Disabling of Smartphones

by Ranjan Yadavon August 12, 2014
“Kill Switch”, meant to remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data is set to be a standard in 2015 in the US. This kill switch enabling pledge is supported by mobile world’s major market players like Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft. The major cellular carriers in the US viz. AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and U.S. Cellular, have also signed to this voluntary [...]
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HTC Desire 816 makes its appearance in the US, priced under $300

by Nick Adamson August 12, 2014
The HTC Desire 816, an advanced and feature-rich smartphone by the Taiwanese manufacturer has just arrived in the US through Virgin Mobile. Slated to be made available today, this HTC smartphone will be available through the said carrier without a contract. Based on the latest Android KitKat 4.4 OS, the HTC Desire 816 offers access [...]
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CactusVPN Review: Surf anonymously and watch sites outside US, UK

by Gizmoration July 18, 2014
How many times have your tried to watch your favorite sites while outside U.S. or U.K. and it was impossible to enjoy them or you just wanted to surf the web anonymously? CactusVPN is a able to hide your IP address, download torrents anonymously and encrypt your internet connection, but the most important feature from my point [...]

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TSA: Charge your gadget before flying or it will be banned

by Eric Brownon July 8, 2014
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced security measures at “certain” overseas airports for flights into the US. It will not allow uncharged mobile phones and laptops onto planes headed to the United States. The TSA is being deliberately light on details, but NBCNews posits that the new rules are in response to a specific threat which has the TSA worried [...]
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Uber becomes legal in London after transport regulator’s ruling

by Nick Adamson July 4, 2014
Uber is now legal in London, after the city’s transport regulator, Transport for London (TfL), has ruled that the application is lawful and that it won’t be taking any action against the company. In a statement to the TfL board, Leon Daniels, Managing Director of Surface Transport, which governs London’s above-ground transit options, noted that other cab [...]

 
 
 
 

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