Google Glasses Have the New Competitor in Sony HMD

It seems Google is going to lose its monopoly in the HMD market pretty soon. Sony is working on its own version of head mounted display eye wears. A patent application has revealed that these soon-to-become-reality devices are going through a steady process of being created for the mass. This is the first time Sony is applying for the patent of an HMD for general computing. Their previous ventures were all aimed at future gaming. The patent application published on March 21, 2013 reveals that Sony Read more […]

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Meditation Apps for a Stress Free Life

What about meditating on the go? Busy work schedule seldom allows us to spend some quality time to do some work-out for brain. But now the meditation tools can be compact enough to get fitted in your iDevice. This can be utilized for exercising mindfulness on the go. So, you do not need to carve out extra time out of your schedule for doing meditation. A few minutes spent with your phone can help you feel less stressed. Have a look at a few of the best meditation apps available…

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Google Glass: Follows Your Voice Commands for Mailing or Streaming Video Live

After mobile computing, the next best thing is probably going to be eye wear computing. The future with Google glasses has a strong possibility of taking wearable gadgets a step further. The device generated a lot of excitement back in 2012 when the concept was brought to the potential market. Day to day activities are performed by this device, while you do not even use your hands. The company is adding to the excitement by disclosing the mind blowing features of it. Capture Photo and Stream Video Read more […]

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Beware: Information in Your Android, Decoded in The Freezer

Have you ever tried keeping your Android mobile in bizarre places? You probably would not like to do much of experiment with it. The German researchers did and the ground breaking result they have come up with has left the world shaken. Your mobile phone is the last thing you would like to keep inside a freezer. According to the German researchers, keeping the android mobile in the freezer actually breaks the phone’s security lock. Incidentally or accidentally, the Germans have managed to crack Read more […]

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Now Google Is All Set To Use Jewelry For Passwords

Google has indeed come up with another unique product – a ring that can be worn on the finger, and also used to check into one’s online account or computer. The company revealed its plans to do away with typed passwords in an academic paper that was published in January this year. It stated that users would have to plug in a tiny USB key into the port to authenticate their credentials, and thereby gain access to the data. The January publication however, made no mentions of a jewelry. Google’s…

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The New App ‘Transcend’ Tracks Brainwaves for Improved Focus

Mobile Apps are the new big thing in the tech market. Users are just pouncing on every new App as soon as it surfaces. So, this time you get a chance to have something that will help you to relax. People in their sixties say, gadgets are killing, making life stressful. We beg to differ. The new ‘Transcend’ app will guide you through a calming experience of meditation and give you a peaceful mind. Transcend app utilities the brain waves to guide the user through a meditating process. Transcend, Read…

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Facebook Now Allows Users To Record Videos, Share Them And Send Voice Messages

Facebook recently upgraded the iOS app to the next level, version 5.4, introducing a set of new features in something that has been touted to be one of the layered and complex developments in the world of mobile apps. This update is very similar to iOS’s Voice Memos, allowing users to record, send and share voice messages with friends. Users can also record and share videos by using this app. Previously, users could send voice messages with duration of a minute by using the Facebook Messenger Read more […]

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Apple Pledges To Find an Antidote For The iOS Exchange Bug

A day after Microsoft declared its joint venture with Apple to find a solution for the syncing bug present in the iOS 6 Exchange, the latter announced on its ZDNet support page that it had already analyzed the problem, and was working towards formulating a solution. The major difficulty caused by this bug is that it generates excessive communication with the Microsoft Exchange Server. The latest update that was rolled out, 6.1.1, does not, in any way, fix this problem.’ This issue prompted Read more […]

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