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Must have Accessories for Tablets

Tablets, laptops and smart phones are on the top of our buying list these days. Most of us save up for months in order to buy that tablet we have had eyes on since its release. Now if you are someone who is thinking of buying, or he has already bought a tablet, then you […]

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Pop-Up Ransom Notes Hit Some IPhone And IPad Owners

  Apple’s support forum has a thread that is 26 pages and growing in which customers say their iPhones and iPads were taken hostage with a ransom message demanding money. The alleged attacks, under the name “Oleg Pliss,” started days ago in Australia (the first post in the support form comes from Melbourne) but isn’t […]

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Gesture: The New Way to Connect With Your Gadgets

Let’s face it, the mouse can be clunky and touchscreens can sometimes provide a better solution, but not always. We’ll be joined by representatives from Leap Motion, Pelican Imaging, and Samsung Mobile, companies helping to rethink the ways we interact with our machines. Use of gesture is the new frontier in terms of how users […]

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No More Scroogled, No More NSA, Google Apps Gets Encryption

  In the battle between office productivity vendors, Microsoft has long distanced itself from Google claiming that the fact that Google scans emails in order to deliver contextual advertising to customers is a data security breach. Never mind that the scanning was completely anonymized and digital – Microsoft leveraged the conspiracy theory that it was […]

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The Best Mobile Apps for Organizing Coupons

    The days of cutting coupons from the weekly mailer are over. New smartphone apps are making it easy to shop for deals, find local offers, and get refunds directly deposited into online accounts. Some of these apps are even adding a gaming quality to deal hunting, making the whole process less of a […]

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Was Microsoft Right To Cut Loose Kinect?

  It’s a whole new day for Microsoft and the Xbox One. The company announced that it would be selling the console without the Kinect yesterday, in a submissive but ultimately necessary move that brings it to price parity with Sony’s smash-hit PS4 at $399. Fans had been requesting either a lower price, an optional […]

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'Luke Skywalker' Arm Gets Go-Ahead

  Cybernetics is no longer science fiction, now it’s just science. A mechanical arm controlled by signals from the user’s brain becomes the first FDA-approved robotic prosthetic. Roboticized prostheses first became a part of pop culture after Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back, when Luke Skywalker receives a replacement hand after losing […]

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Samsung Confirms It Has A Design Problem, No Matter What Its Marketing Team Says

  In recent weeks, Samsung has defended the plastic design of the Galaxy S5 in interviews and in blog posts on its own site, explaining that the phone packs less bloatware than previous flagship devices, and released ads that send a “Galaxy S5 is cool” message . All this happened while Samsung also had to […]

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Vurb Helps You Get Things Done

  Search is broken. Google steers you to right section of the library, but doesn’t answer your question or compile that answers with others to help you make a decision. Luckily, today Vurb is launching its reinvention of search results, in the form of a web and mobile contextual search engine. Vurb was featured at […]

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Facebook Can Predict With Scary Accuracy If Your Relationship Will Last

  With 1.23 billion users in all the flavors and up-and-down stages of romantic relationships, Facebook knows a thing or two about love. Facebook let us in on something creepy. With the mountains of data it has on its members, Facebook has a pretty good idea if a romantic relationship between two people on the […]

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