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  • Have We Got Big Data And Analytics All Wrong?

    Every once in a while I run into a little company that comes at an existing market as if the folks already in it are idiots — and sometimes they are right. Here’s the thing: What often happens is a company breaks out in a segment, and everyone groups around that company’s ideas and emulates […]

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  • ‘OurMine’ Hackers Hack Social Media Accounts!

    Hackers late Sunday broke into CEO Sundar Pichai’s Quora account and through it accessed his Twitter followers, according to reports. The group taking credit for the breach, OurMine Security, previously hit other prominent high-tech figures, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify CEO Daniel Elk, Amazon CTO Werner Vogels and former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo. OurMine’s […]

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  • Twitter Introduces New Feature: Stickers!

    Twitter fans who want to dress up pix they post to the service can do it with #Stickers, a new feature announced Monday. “Soon, you can browse our rotating sets of stickers to join in on real-time conversations, and select from the library of hundreds of accessories, emoji, and props to make your photos more […]

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  • iPhone 7 Rumor Of No Audio Jack Now More Likely To Be True?

    The rumor that Apple will get rid of the headphone jack in the iPhone 7 resurfaced Tuesday with an article in The Wall Street Journal citing people familiar with the matter. Apple is expected to launch the new iPhone later this year. The iPhone’s Lightning connector will do double duty as its charging port and […]

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  • Artificially Intelligent President?

    Andy Rubin, Android’s daddy, last week made some interesting comments about quantum computing and artificial intelligence. The part I agree with is it won’t be long until most things we have are connected to an intelligent machine. (When referring to something that will be far smarter than we are, the use of the term “artificial” would not […]

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  • Smartwatch category offers new hope with Watch OS 3!

    Apple finally responded to concerns that were threatening to scuttle its once-promising wearables category. Its introduction of watchOS 3 at this week’s WWDC has drawn high praise. The Apple Watch represented the company’s attempt to marry the ultimate Dick Tracy smart gadget with the genius of the iPhone, but it fell short. Instead of a […]

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  • Musk Envisions Wagon Train to Mars

    Elon Musk fleshed out his vision for establishing the first colony on Mars in an interview published Friday in The Washington Post. As soon as 2018, Musk’s SpaceX venture could launch an unmanned spacecraft to the red planet, he told the paper, and that could be followed by future unmanned flights every two years — […]

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  • Hacks Highlight Zuckerberg’s Cavalier Attitude Toward Security

    Facebook top dog Mark Zuckerberg had several of his social media accounts breached and defaced, according to reports that surfaced Sunday. Zuckerberg’s Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest memberships were hacked, but evidence of the attacks quickly disappeared, according to Engadget, which copied and posted samples of the vandalism before they were erased. “No Facebook systems or […]

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  • Borderlands 3 was confirmed!

    Gearbox studio revealed that the series Borderlands doesn’t die. There’s a new game coming. The work for this new Borderlands will start when the studio will end up with Battleborn and its DLC. If the game will have so many DLCs like Borderlands 2, it won’t be launched before 2021. There aren’t so many details […]

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  • The creator of Doom has got a new game!

    John Romero, one of the people responsible for Doom and Quake, made a “team” with another creator of Doom and Quake, Adrian Carmack to work at a new game. It’s named Blackroom and now it’s situated on Kickstarter. The project needs £500.000 in the next 31 days and it promises to offer an old-school FPS […]

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  • Lenovo Vibe K5 available to be preordered!

    Lenovo Vibe K5 was launched in February, but it wasn’t available on the markets until these days. The preorders started in Europe, Greece, where Vibe K5 can be bought with the price of £150. Vibe K5 is equipped with an Snapdragon 415 processor, an 5 inch HD screen, 2GB RAM, 16GB HDD, an 13MP camera […]

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  • Surface Phone could have 8GB RAM!

    The phones based on Windows aren’t going well on the markets, but Microsoft doesn’t give up on its idea. Actually it seems that they are preparing something new. Bye bye Lumia and hello Surface Phone. Conformable to the informations coming from the internet, some of them is found into a list made by Microsoft for […]

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  • next@ACER-O launched lots of new products in New York!

    ACER didn’t launch only 2-3 products at New York as expected, but lots of them. We’ll start with the ones which would be more important to you. ACER PREDATIOR G1 – mini gaming desktop Acer have chosen an interesting solution for this product. Instead of struggling to build a bodybuilder laptop, they thought that it […]

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  • The new Dyson Supersonic!

    Dyson has announced its first personal care product, a silent and less damaging hairdryer. It’s the first hairdryer equipped with an air pump in the handle, using the same airflow principles as Dyson’s desk fan products. The company invested £50m developing this device. However, the £299 makes it at least twice as expensive as a […]

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  • The new top processor Intel will cost over £1300!

    The next Intel processors generation is on its way, and these models’s prices dont’t seem to be cheap at all. The chain of Nord-American NCIX shops listed the tip of the Broadwell-E series, the processor i7 6950X at the price of £1600. It’s expecting that this model’s price, which has 10 physical cores and 20 […]

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  • The most sadistic ransomware ever made from Android!

    To wake up with your phone blocked and with a blackmail on it’s a very unwanted feeling. But it can be even worse, specially if you’re an Android fan. TowelRoot is a tool which allows exploitation in the Android devices, well, the ones which use older versions of the operating system, like 4.2.2. This kind […]

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  • Another Windows vulnerability was found!

    In a world which tries harder and harder to stop the cyber-atacks, we get bad news about this every 2-3 days . Through the last few years, the versions of businesses of Windows had the option to limit some of application’s functionality using the function AppLocker. Which allows you to list down the undesirable applications. […]

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  • A video graphics card on PCI-Express 1X!

    Since with the standard of PCI-Express replacing AHP and PCI, one fact was always available. For a video graphics card you need an PCI-E 16x slot. This is on its way to change. Zotac announces a video graphics card which is compact enough and economic enough to fit in an PCI-e 1X, which means that […]

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  • One new type of battery has been developed, one which can’t lose its capacity!

    The batteries have a little problem, if you charge them too many times you will get to charge them more than you use them, because its capacity decreases in time until it reaches the capacity of a potato. But this problem has been solved. Mya Le Thai, a candidate of medicine at the University from […]

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  • Facebook got hacked, informations have been stolen for months!

    Such as many other companies from this domain, Facebook has an initiative to recompense the ones who find vulnerabilities in his services. Through this method there was an not just important vulnerability discovered, but a vulnerability which has been exploited for months. One person who is called Orange Tsai obtained almost £7000 for his work, […]

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  • Google Spotlight Stories brings up the first movie with monsters in 360º!

    VR gets involved day by day, however the analysts don’t think that this is a really okay new environment. Anyway, Google, a company which as always keeps its tradition to hug anything what is new, doesn’t give up and makes lots and lots of experiments for this virtual environment. That’s how Google Spotlight Stories popped […]

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  • ZTE Blade L5 Plus- 5 inch with the price of only £54!

    ZTE Blade L5 Plus was launched with a really affordable price. The phone takes part from the entry class and comes equipped with an MediTek MT6580 processor, an 5 inch HD screen, 1GB RAM and 8GB HDD. The battery has a capacity of 2150mAh. Blade L5 Plus has a principal camera of 8MP and a […]

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  • LeEco beats Apple, it launches phones without an audio jack!

    Anyone who used a phone which had a special audio connector, exactly as the old Sony-Ericsson, it was so happy to see that all the phones started to use their standard audio jacks. Well those times ended. It has been hinted that Apple has dropped the move away from the 3.5mm audio jack within the […]

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  • Acer Predator G1 is an extremely compact PC!

    The components which we have nowadays allows us to make compact PCs, and the system producers want to take the concept to the extreme point. Acer announces Predator G1, one PC very small, but really able to host a good graphics card, transmitter of thermic energy, like an Titan X. The PC will be available […]

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  • News about the new phone Meizu m3!

    The new Meizu m3 has a starting price of £70 and it’s an evolution above the m2. It’s processor is an octa-core MediaTek MT6750, compared to the last version which used an MT6735. M3 is available in 2 alternatives: the first one is equipped with 2GB RAM and 16GB HDD, and the second one is […]

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  • iOS 9.3 release date nears as Apple pushes out latest version

    While the software is an update to iOS 9, it brings major features like Night Shift, which changes the colour of the phone’s screen to make it less painful to read at night Apple could be about to launch the latest version of iOS, the software powering its iPhones and iPads. The company has pushed out […]

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  • Google creates Area 120 to incubate and innovate within the industry!

    As the industry leading tech company Google is always looking to innovate from their famous search engine to the highly anticipated (and delayed) Project Ara Many companies within silicon valley created by ex Google employees are trying to get their own ideas on the market, and Google makes efforts to prevent the leaving of the […]

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  • Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Samsung Galaxy S5

    The key issue with the Samsung Galaxy S5, so the commonly held view went, was that it was just more of the same. And the same meant a cheap-looking plastic design while all around were going metal. The Galaxy S5 looked staid and workmanlike next to sexier rivals like the HTC One M8. For once, Samsung […]

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  • A world with 5G?

    What will a world with 5G look like? Your smartphone will have a faster connection, for sure. But that just scratches the surface of what 5G could be capable of. Everyone in the wireless industry agrees that 5G is coming by the end of the decade. But what will it be used for? That’s still up in […]

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  • Apple Watch 2 release date, news and rumors

    Update: The latest comes from an analyst who believes Apple will release aWatch S hardware upgrade at a March 15 event. Even those that are a little less gear hungry and didn’t really fancy a smartwatch have been keeping an eye on how the Apple Watch has performed to see if the wrist-based technology will actually become a thing. […]

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  • 5 exciting new tech products to expect in 2016!

    2016 is shaping up to be a big year for tech launches… Virtual reality, drone and robotic technology, and new smartphone innovations are all under development at big players like Apple and Google, as well as at smaller startup companies. Facebook’s Oculus Rift will kick off the virtual reality revolution. For gamers and sci-fi lovers, […]

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  • Almost no one is using Android Marshmallow, still

    2 months after its launch, the latest version of Google’s mobile software is only on 1.2 percent of Android devices. Marshmallow, the latest flavour of Google’s Android mobile operating system, is still on only a tiny fraction of devices. But it looks like it’s starting to stick. Launched in early October, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is on 1.2 […]

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  • The new sony turntable is awesome!

    Sony is pursuing audiophiles, collectors, and connoisseurs with its new PS-HX500 turntable, a carefully crafted machine that hitches the company’s “hi-res audio” wagon to comparatively ancient technology. There aren’t many physical differences between the HX500 and other high-end contemporary turntables. If you just want something to play LPs, it’ll do a nice job; its half-dozen […]

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  • ExoLens promises to make your iPhone photos better — for £210

    Phones have largely replaced digital cameras in day-to-day use, but they still have a few major limitations, like their fixed focal length and inability to zoom. There’s a bevy of accessory lenses meant to give photographers more range with their phones, and the latest comes from a partnership between Fellowes, maker of the ExoLens, and […]

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  • This pocket thermal camera helps you see in the dark

    The next time I find myself camping in the Sahara surrounded by lions, I’m going to wish I had a FLIR Scout TK on me. It’s a monocular thermal camera shaped like a cartoon bomb and easily usable in one hand; it picks up objects based on heat, so you can see animals even when […]

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  • Apple is reportedly working on truly wireless earbuds for the iPhone 7

    Truly wireless earbuds are finally coming into their own here at CES 2016, but it might not be long before tech’s biggest company reveals its own pair. The oft-reliable 9to5Mac is reporting that Apple is working on a premium set of entirely wireless earbuds — under the Beats brand — that could debut alongside the iPhone 7 later […]

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  • Starbucks lets you save its in-house songs to your Spotify account

    A new feature on Starbucks’ mobile app will let customers identify songs playing in-store and save them directly to their Spotify account. The update is part of the coffee chain’s multi-year partnership with Spotify, and aims to sign up new users for the music streaming service, as well as encourage interest in Starbucks’ standalone app. Users of the app will […]

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  • New Apple Watch designs reportedly coming in March next year

    Apple’s preparing a few new band options for the Apple Watch and plans to unveil them in March, according to 9to5Mac. Earlier this month, Apple accidentally leaked a black version of the Milanese Loop steel mesh band; the images and store listing were removed soon thereafter. So there’s one new design, but there’s no telling what else Apple has […]

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  • Apple could release a ‘cutting-edge’ wireless-charging iPhone in 2017

    Apple is working on wireless charging technology for the iPhone and iPad, and it may see release as soon as 2017, according to a new report in Bloomberg. The company is said to be developing technology with partners that could charge a phone from at least some distance; current devices with “wireless” inductive charging, like several […]

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  • Connect your lawn to the Internet of Sprinklers

    Here’s how your smart home can expand slightly outside the home. The company Rachio is introducing a new version of its smart sprinkler system, which lets homeowners with in-ground sprinklers control watering schedules through apps or the web. The sprinkler controller’s apps show weather data and watering schedules, so people using it should be able to make […]

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  • Sony’s A6300 mirrorless camera has 4K video and fast autofocus

    Sony finally announced the followup to 2014’s A6000 mirrorless camera, and it looks really good. The new Sony A6300 packs a 24.2-megapixel sensor, shoots 4K footage, and will cost $1,000 ($1,150 with a 16-50mm kit lens) when it goes on sale in March. The A6300 uses 425 phase-detection autofocus points, allowing it to focus in as […]

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  • Spotify, MacBook and a bargain controller equals instant DJ

    Being a DJ used to be an exclusive, secretive art, requiring hours of hanging around record shops, harvesting records, contacts and knowledge, and even longer religiously slaving over the turntables perfecting your mixing and scratching technique. Expensive equipment, space to set it all up and literally tons of vinyl were once the only way to […]

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  • The tech that’s changing photography – and it’s just getting started

    Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth are giving our cameras the facelifts they need In recent years camerase been come technologically-imbued marvels, opening up new avenues of photography, sharing and even revenue for professional photographers. The addition of Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth chips inside even mid-range cameras means that whether you want to watch live footage from […]

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  • Fibre optic internet speeds are coming to smartphones in 2016

    Modems aren’t exactly the sexiest aspect of technology, but getting fibre optic internet speeds on your mobile phone is pretty darn cool – and that’s exactly what Qualcomm’s X16 LTE Modem claims it can do. Qualcomm says the X16 is able to offer download speeds up to 1Gbps, which is incredibly quick. In fact, at […]

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  • Amazon is trying to woo indie game developers, and it just might work

    Unexpectedly, Amazon has announced a free and open-source 3D game engine for developers. It’s called Lumberyard, and it’s a modified version of Crytek’s CryEngine – that should tell you that this is meant for AAA games. The engine can create games for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The beta version is available right now. (Not to […]

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  • Apple stores now install iPhone screen protectors

    But only if you buy a Belkin screen protector in-store If you’ve suffered from a shattered screen, this might be of help: Apple and Belkin are teaming up to make sure your iPhone screen will have a little more protection before you even leave the store. Belkin’s website revealed that it will be rolling out […]

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  • Sonic the Hedgehog movie coming in 2018, mixes live action and animation

    Sonic the Hedgehog is set to star in his first feature film, which will be produced by Sony Pictures and combine live action with animation. In a statement, Sega Chief Executive Hajime Saito, confirmed the movie is set for release in 2018. “Sega Sammy Group is currently planning with Sony Pictures to create a live-action […]

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  • This is the only UK network that lets you keep last month’s unused data

    Ever get to the end of the month with unused data on your phone contract, just to see it disappear? Now one network has seen fit to let you take that leftover internet into the next month so you don’t have to watch it vanish without a trace. New and existing customers of the Carphone […]

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  • People are disliking Twitter, according to its own numbers

    Twitter isn’t hurting business-wise, but its user growth is going nowhere. The social network saw no growth between the third and fourth quarter of 2015, staying flat at 320 million monthly active users. However, when you exclude SMS Fast Followers, or people who only see tweets over text messages, monthly active users (MAUs) were actually […]

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  • Apple are offering to fix faulty iPhone 6+ Cameras for FREE!

    Have you noticed your iPhone 6 Plus has been taking blurry shots? Rest assured that you’re not the only one! You’re actually part of “a small percentage” who were dished out iPhone 6 Plus handsets with faulty iSight cameras. Not to worry though, Apple is offering a solution. You could visit a iphone repair san […]

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