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Google Translate App Upgraded With Improved Features

January 9, 2015 Google
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Google Translate app has become better than before with cool upgrades on Wednesday. Earlier several foreign languages wre available for offline use too to save on data charges and now two of its features have been further improved to help user use it without any Internet connections. One is Point, Shoot, Understand feature that automatically […]

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Can Self-Driving Cars Be A Reality In Five Years Time

January 8, 2015 Google
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Self driving cars are lately being worked out and in another five years it will not be just a product of science fiction. Google said at the North American International Car Show in Detroit the self driving cars are in developers end and they are handling safety issues of it and also the vehicle will […]

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Google Launching Modular Handset Ara In Puerto Rico

January 6, 2015 Google
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Google is all set to launch its Ara phone in Puerto Rico as a testing ground. Ara is a modular handset click-on components. It is a concept device that consists of a base unit for users to add modules and build up their own handset. On Wednesday at the second developer conference in Mountain View, […]

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Virgin, T-Mobile Announces Luring Data Plans

January 5, 2015 Technology
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You can also buy shared data plan from Walmart. Sprint’s Virgin has come up with one such program. The carrier announced today soon its customers can buy a two-line, 4GB plan for $65 a month from the retail giant and a three-line, 8GB plan for $90. For high users they are selling four-line, 12GB plan […]

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Google Wallet To Be Empowered By SoftCard

January 4, 2015 Google
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Google may soon be acquiring SoftCard and the two companies may be closing a deal for $100 million. SoftCard is a mobile payment service with compatibility on Android and Windows smartphones. It is a joint vernture between Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. Currently it is accepted by more than 200,000 merchants in the US such as […]

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Acer Launches 15.6-In Chromebook With Several Variants

January 3, 2015 Laptops
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Acer has come up with a 15.6-inch display Chromebook just ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show scheduled to be held from Tuesday, January 6th, in Las Vegas. Dubbed as Chromebook 15, it is world’s first Chromebook with such a big screen. It is also the heaviest weighing 4.85 pounds. It looks exactly like the smaller […]

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LG To Unveil 34-Inch Desktop Monitor At CES 2015

January 1, 2015 Monitors
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LG has come up with a 34-inch desktop monitor. Usually large monitor comes with 21.9-inch display. According to the South Korean company the just announced monitor is one of the best displays and offers unmatched color accuracy as it has 99 percent output ability of sRGB color gamut and equipped with 178 degree vieweing angle. […]

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Leaked SDK Of Xbox One May Help Developers Make Their Own Game

December 31, 2014 Gaming
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Very recently hacking group with the name H4LT leaked Xbox One SDK and it is said this secret piece of software may help developers in making their one games for the platform. Xbox in fact keeps approval process for games locked down and to pass this the developers need to register with Microsoft. Still the […]

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Apple Changes iTunes Return Policy; Get Refund Without Reason

December 30, 2014 Apple
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Apple has made changes in the return policy of its iTunes. Henceforth users can return books, films and songs without any reason and get refund of the paid amount. It is said the iDevice giant wants to bring the company in line with the European Union (EU) regulations that says online buyers can withdraw money […]

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Sony Employees Used Old BlackBerry Amid Recent Hacks

December 29, 2014 Computers
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A report published in The Wall Street Journal says Sony employees were forced to use outdated technologies amid the hacks of Sony Pictures’ computers. It is said the staff passed on information from one person to another via phone and also used older machines to issue pay checks instead of making it transfer through bank […]

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