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Why Is a Robot Hitchhiking Across Canada?

  Robots have been up to a lot lately, but this next pastime is a new one… as far as we know. Most of us tend to shy away from hitchhikers – but would you pick up a robot? Watch the video to find out more about the hitching robot making its way through Canada!

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Spotify Adds An Equalizer So You Can Turn Up The Bass

  A small but notable update to the Spotify iOS application is sure to please music fans: the company has just rolled out a new equalizer feature which lets you adjust your music by choosing from one of several presets, or by dragging the points in the graph using your finger for a more precise […]

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OkCupid Admits To Facebook-Style Experimenting On Customers

  Weeks after Facebook Inc admitted to misleading users in a psychological study, top U.S. matchmaking website OKCupid said it regularly mismatches users to test its technology. Co-founder Christian Rudder wrote in a blog post, “When we tell people they are a good match, they act as if they are.” Conversely, couples told they were […]

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How to Set Up and Start Using Cortana

  In the land of virtual assistants a new “face” is joining the lineup. Microsoft’s got an answer to Siri and her name is Cortana. Cortana, which takes its name from the Halo video game series, will receive voice commands to call contacts, pull up apps and search the Internet. CNET’s Dan Graziano shows you […]

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Introducing the Sense 3D Scanner

The Sense 3D Scanner, which is a real game changer within the market because of its convenience, budget friendly price and easy to use software, has been introduced by 3D Systems. This unique device measures about the size of a staple gun and is designed to be a useful gadget in your life by allowing […]

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Building The Fort Knox For Bitcoin

  Bitcoin was supposed to be a frictionless digital currency that required no banks or intermediaries. Yet a raft of bitcoin thefts at exchanges like Mt. Gox is raising the question of whether the sophisticated currency still needs the same sort of physical security infrastructure—impenetrable steel vaults, armed security guards, and even paper ledgers—as cash […]

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Beware of Internet Scams

Internet scams have become pretty common these days. There are multitudes of ways through which hackers and scammers try to get hold of your pc. One of the most used techniques these days is that of malware. The term malware simply applies to viruses that are sent out throughout the internet via email. Today, despite […]

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The Cloak ‘Anti-Social’ Radar App

  Cloak, is an app that tells you when your friends are close by – so that you can head in the opposite direction. Using data from Instagram and Foursquare, the iPhone app alerts you when people you’ve flagged are in your immediate vicinity.

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Home Depot Shopping List: Shelving? Check. 3D Printers? Check.

  Home Depot is redefining the term DIY now that MakerBot printers and scanners are available in some retail locations. For those with ambitions of 3D-printing utensils, figurines or other objects for the home, Home Depot may be your next stop. In a move that could launch 3D printing into the mainstream, Home Depot announced […]

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Google Self-Driving Cars Are Getting Smarter

  Google released a video showing its self-driving car software. The tech can detect cars, construction, cyclists, pedestrians and more. Google’s latest invitation into the word of self-driving cars detailed some of the progress it’s been making over the last year with its self-driving car initiative. The driverless cars have been tackling the challenge of […]

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