Archive for October, 2014

Google celebrates Jonas Salk 100th Birthday with a heartwarming Doodle

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Google has celebrated the 100th birthday of Dr Jonas Salk, the American scientists who developed the first successful polio vaccine, with a Doodle on its homepage. The heart-warming illustration depicts two children holding up a sign reading “Thank you, Dr Salk!” – a tribute to the virologist’s work against a disease whose main victims were […]

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Microsoft Lumia will replace the Nokia brand

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Microsoft started dropping hints about its plans to kill off the Nokia and Windows Phone brands last month, and now the company is ready to make it official. Microsoft Lumia will be the new upcoming name for Microsoft’s handheld devices. Microsoft has confirmed that other countries will follow the rebranding steps in the coming weeks. […]

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The Hendo Hoverboard, is real.

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The Hendo Hoverboard, is real.

A writer for GigaOM took the hoverboard for a spin. She says the experience was like “standing on a giant air hockey puck hovering three quarters of an inch above the ground.” There is one big catch with the technology. The hoverboard can only be used over a non-ferrous metal surface, so you can’t just […]

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Google Nexus 6 IS Official With 6-Inch QHD

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The new phone features a 6″ 2560 x 1440 pixel display, which gives it a pixel density of 496ppi. The Nexus 6 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset with a 2.65GHz quad-core Krait 450 CPU inside and 3GB of RAM. At the back, there’s a 13MP f/2.0 camera with dual-LED flash. Internal storage […]

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Windows 10 features Microsoft didn’t annouce

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We’re all excited and waiting for the new Windows 10. Some of the new features wasn’t announced by Microsoft. Alert: some of these features may be removed before the public release, so don’t get too excited! The Command Prompt Got Way More Than Just Ctrl-V Microsoft made an unusual point of specifying that Ctrl-V would […]

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Microsoft announces Windows 10!

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Today Microsoft officially unveiled the latest version of its traditional computer operating system, curiously called Windows 10. Touted as the company’s “most comprehensive platform, ever,” Windows 10 stresses a single product family, platform, and store. While the announcement covered quite a bit in terms of enterprise customers, general consumers have some changes to look forward […]

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