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Hi-Tec Hiking boots

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="1286"] Hiking boots for boot haters – the Hi-Tec V-Lite Sphike Mid Waterproof Lightweight? Waterproof? Hard to believe it's a boot, and that's a good thing I don’t like hiking boot...

The Miracle Machine Turns Water Into Wine

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For wine-lovers, the Miracle Machine is aptly named. The device helps you create your own wine at home in only a couple of days. All you need is the gadget and a smartphone. Simply power up the Miracle Machine's iP...

Marry Me Through Google Glass

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="1118"] Modern day cupid! The future of proposals is through Google Glass No sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? That’s OK, the Internet — specifically, Google — is spreading the love. ...

Google Glass launches prescription lenses

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 [jwplayer player="1" mediaid="1094"] Google Glass launches prescription lenses, new styles The 'feather-light' Titanium collection lets Glass wearers customize their look and add a prescription. Google announce...

Laptop Or Tablet

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Man has evolved successfully in distinctive fields, where technology is one of them. Undeniably, this is the gadget era, when the markets seem to be flooded with gadgets, presenting diverse applications and deliv...

Which iPad should you buy?

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Which iPad should you buy? Want to buy an iPad? Not every one does -- or should (see our Android picks for alternatives) -- but as of this moment, Apple is selling four distinct versions of its tablet. Now that the f...

Apple releases iOS 7.1 with bug fixes for iPhone, iPad

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Apple has released iOS 7.1, the latest iterative version of its mobile software for its smartphones and tablets. The software was made available for download on Monday, a week shy of six months after a radically re...

Fire OS 3.1 software update hits Kindle Fire HDX and HD

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This week the folks at Amazon have released the first big update to their mobile operating system since the new wave of Kindle devices in Fire OS 3.1. This version of the OS is – as always – based in Android, but modified to make itself wholly Amazon-friendly. This update brings on new deep integration […] ...read more

Sorry, Google: Samsung has flat-out conquered Android

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All of Google’s marketing clout hasn’t been enough to reduce Samsung’s total dominance of its Android platform. The latest data from Localytics estimate that Samsung devices now account for 63.3% of all Android device...

Best Buy selling Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7″ tablet for $99.99 on Black Friday

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We're about three weeks away from Black Friday, but we've seen remarkably few leaks of the deals that will be available on the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. But one of the first major ones has come ...

LG unveils its next display technology

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  The technology, which were only seen in sci-fi movies are about to come alive. Until yesterday everyone would have thought that a TV which can be rolled like a paper as a child’s play, but LG display divisio...

Can Apple compete with the Latest Android update?

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Both Apple and android devices are rapidly being used among consumers of technological products around the world. Android L which has been released in the market recently seems to be major innovation as far as the G...

Amazon Fire Phone Released

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  After many promises, Amazon has finally delivered – a Smartphone that has plenty of new features and may just be able to confirm Amazon’s entrance as a serious competitor into the Smartphone game. While it i...

World’s first Braille phone goes on sale

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  A London based company claims to have manufactured and put on sale a Braille phone at 60 pounds. The front and back of the phone has been constructed using 3D technology. The company has the capability to ev...

Chargeall – The ultimate solution to problems

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There are quite a few technologies that cause outright ripples. Aero planes, laptops and ventilators can be thought of as examples. Then there are small changes to existing technology that improve life quite signi...

Hi-Tec Hiking boots

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="1286"] Hiking boots for boot haters – the Hi-Tec V-Lite Sphike Mid Waterproof Lightweight? Waterproof? Hard to believe it's a boot, and that's a good thing I don’t like hiking boot...

Wearables now on Android platform

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  Google software chief Sundar Pichai today announced that the company will be accessing the wearable segment with a software development kit which would be available in the market in two weeks. Developers can now ...

Jawbone’s newest fitness tracking wristband, the UP24

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Jawbone's newest fitness tracking wristband, the UP24, is finally available to Android users. The long-awaited change rolled out Tuesday as an update to the Android version of Jawbone's UP app. The UP24, Jawbo...

fitness trackers

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Why the fitness tracker craze isn't going away anytime soon Despite the fact that there are a number of fitness tracking apps for smartphones, many people still want a device dedicated just to their exerc...

Recon Instruments Snow2 wearable takes Android to the slopes

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Google Glass may still only be in pre-consumer phase, but Recon Instruments has found time to launch the fourth generation of its own head-up display system, the Snow2 sports wearable. Fitting into existing goggles fr...

Laptop Or Tablet

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Man has evolved successfully in distinctive fields, where technology is one of them. Undeniably, this is the gadget era, when the markets seem to be flooded with gadgets, presenting diverse applications and deliv...

Slick n Stylish- Dell Inspiron 14 7000

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Dell laptops have somewhere always missed on style and outlook. Undeniably, Dell has launched a range of models over the last many years, where some of them have actually been termed as quite weird and simply utilit...

Apple finally released an update to OS X

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Apple finally released an update to OS X on Tuesday, four days after a security flaw in its systems was pointed out. The security hole allows hackers on your Wifi network to see and alter messages that you send via...

Apple 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro review (late 2013)

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Apple 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro review (late 2013) The ideal laptop for the road warrior   If you’ve been clinging tightly to your 15-inch notebook, fearing that a move to a 13-inch Retina display wouldn’t sus...

The Panono panoramic camera ball

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The Panono panoramic camera ball will be able to take even better photographs. The team working on the throwable panoramic ball camera announced Monday that it has been able to procure better optics that will boost th...

digital camera

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="95"]   The problem with buying a digital camera is not only that there are hundreds of models for sale at any given point in time, but you also need to figure out which type of...

Handycam camcorder’s built-in projector.

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="53"] Share your memories virtually anywhere with the Sony HDR-PJ10 Handycam camcorder's built-in projector.

Portable ‘Lab’ Prints Digital Pics With Polaroid Flavor

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Portable 'Lab' Prints Digital Pics With Polaroid Flavor Product Name: The Impossible Instant Lab Price: $299 Who would like this? Retro photographers, lovers of good design and anyone who still decorates their frid...

7 Things You Didn’t Know About 3D Printing

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The future is coming, and it's going to be manufactured in a whole new way. 3D printing is revolutionizing manufacturing, so GE decided to give it its own holiday: 3D Printing Day. They're celebrating by designing ...

Top 2013 Tech According to Tumblr

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1. Prototype Real / Digital Info Interface System Digital content, like PDFs and JPEGs, can be altered, manipulated and saved on a number of touchscreen gadgets. This device created by Fujitsu does the same wit...

Wearables now on Android platform

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  Google software chief Sundar Pichai today announced that the company will be accessing the wearable segment with a software development kit which would be available in the market in two weeks. Developers can now ...

Apple finally released an update to OS X

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Apple finally released an update to OS X on Tuesday, four days after a security flaw in its systems was pointed out. The security hole allows hackers on your Wifi network to see and alter messages that you send via...

Is your data more private on foreign servers?

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="429"] It's time that all clouds become one! Companies outside the US are marketing their Internet services as more private, out of reach of the US government. Everyone knows abou...

Three tools to help your Office 365 migration run smoothly

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="383"] Office 365 has passed SharePoint as Microsoft's fastest growing product: at the company's financial analyst meeting recently, Kevin Turner called it the fastest growing product i...

Chargeall – The ultimate solution to problems

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There are quite a few technologies that cause outright ripples. Aero planes, laptops and ventilators can be thought of as examples. Then there are small changes to existing technology that improve life quite signi...

Some password managers are safer than others

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Susan Taylor worries that password managers may not be sufficiently secure. "What if the password manager company is hacked?" That's a very good question, and one that we all should worry about. In this day and age, w...

Scanner buying guide 2013: Find the right scanner for your needs

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Back when people relied on film cameras to capture memories, scanners were about the only way to get your printed photos or slides onto your computer's hard drive for editing, sharing, and archiving. But the move to digital cameras changed that: You can have a hard drive stuffed full of images without ever having plugged a desktop scanner into your computer. But don't weep for scanners—they've remained popular peripherals by evolving with the times. Whether it's to preserve stacks of receipts, sets of snapshots, or swatches of your child's preschool artwork, there's a scanner out there to fill the bill for anything you want to digitize. Today's scanners are highly specialized, so first you need to consider the type of scanner that will best suit your needs. If you dream of a paperless office or want to digitize your tax files, a document scanner is your best choice. If it's photos and film rather than receipts that need scanning, consider a flatbed desktop scanner. What you need to know about document scanners Document scanners are specialized devices designed to make quick work of removing piles of paper from your desk and putting their contents onto your computer. While a flatbed scanner could perform the same task, document scanners are optimized to complete the job faster and more accurately. When looking for a document scanner, consider the following features. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here ...read more

Amazon Fire Phone Released

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  After many promises, Amazon has finally delivered – a Smartphone that has plenty of new features and may just be able to confirm Amazon’s entrance as a serious competitor into the Smartphone game. While it i...

EU to Partner South Korea for 5G networks

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  It seems that Europe is quite embarrassed about its technological advancement and is looking to make some serious changes on that front. The fact that the EU took so much time to catch up with installing a 4...

Chargeall – The ultimate solution to problems

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There are quite a few technologies that cause outright ripples. Aero planes, laptops and ventilators can be thought of as examples. Then there are small changes to existing technology that improve life quite signi...

Encryption for Secure Online Payment Gateway

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Shopping today is no more a “trudging to the super mall” experience. Instead it can be conveniently carried out from a favorite armchair round the clock. In fact online shopping is generating huge revenues for e-c...

Feds Are Investigating Mt. Gox And Other Bitcoin Businesses

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Feds Are Investigating Mt. Gox And Other Bitcoin Businesses, Sources Say   By Emily Flitter NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Manhattan U.S. Attorney has sent subpoenas to numerous companies that do business with...

Square has inked a deal to process payments at select Whole Foods

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Square has inked a deal to process payments at select Whole Foods locations, the two companies announced early Tuesday. The deal marks Square's first partnership with a major grocery store chain. Whole Foods is arg...

Latest flexible computer nanotube chip

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  Many researches were undergone to create a revolution in computer silicon chips. Now the researchers are on the verge of a breakthrough. Recently a new hybrid type of chip has been formed and it is very flex...

Apple TV latest update

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  New update of Apple iTunes service gives extra scenes and behind the screen shows with the iTunes service. This has created extra reason to like Apple product more than any other product. Apple has also plan...

LG unveils its next display technology

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  The technology, which were only seen in sci-fi movies are about to come alive. Until yesterday everyone would have thought that a TV which can be rolled like a paper as a child’s play, but LG display divisio...

SPHERE – A boon or curse?

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  Recently many technologies are being created to put the human effort to zero. One such technology is the SPHERE created by NASA and Google. This technology has snatched the opportunities of the many astronau...

Review of Black Berry Z3

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  Blackberry has again launched a durable and full featured device for its fans. The all new Blackberry Z3 is about to launch in the markets worldwide. This phone will give a straight away competition to the A...

Re – Walk Exoskeleton for the injured spinal cord patient

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  Exoskeleton is the latest technology approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration. According to this latest device it can help people who are suffering from injured spinal cord and was not able...

The smart T-SHIRT

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Forget wristbands - this smart T-SHIRT has inbuilt GPS and sensors that monitor your heart rate and running speed The ‘D-Shirt’ is made from a special fabric woven with sensors which record your heart rate, GPS locat...

The most anticipated tech of 2014

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The most anticipated tech of 2014 2013 is in the history books -- and now it's time to look forward to a new year in tech innovation. What does 2014 have on deck for us? Few products have actually been announced yet ...

Jetpacks

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="50"] THAT IS SO COOOLL!!!! New Zealand Approves Jetpacks, Proves Future Is Here After All Hoverboards aside, the future isn’t shaping up so badly after all. We were promised flying car...

Flying Car?

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This Flying Car Could Soon Be Yours for $279,000 It seems like something out of The Jetsons, but it's real. Or at least it will be soon. Terrafugia is perhaps just a few regulations and one very powerful battery a...

NASA scientist launches app-enhanced Fancy dress costumes

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="70"] Beating iPhone Heart Halloween Costume + 20 more high-tech costumes. NASA scientist launches app-enhanced fancy dress line Fancy dress costumes that incorporate smartphone scree...

Handycam camcorder’s built-in projector.

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[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="53"] Share your memories virtually anywhere with the Sony HDR-PJ10 Handycam camcorder's built-in projector.