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Skyscraper Demolition Looks Like Shrinking Building in Tokyo (Video)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Technology, World by on January 18, 2013 0 Comments

A video of ongoing demolition of a skyscraper in Tokyo makes it look like a shrinking building and it goes viral. It was reported that the Taisei Corp, the construction company is taking down the Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka and is using a unique and new demolition technique. This technique which is very eco-friendly because […]

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CES 2013: Kingston’s 1TB flash drive unveiled, world’s largest capacity USB

Filed in Technology, United States by on January 9, 2013 0 Comments

Kingston Digital Inc. unveiled their latest 1TB USB flash drive at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013 in Las Vegas. This has the capacity of 1 terabyte and named as the DataTraveler®HyperX®Predator 3.0 and is one of the world’s largest-capacity USB 3.0. This means that a large digital world capacity can fit inside a small […]

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Apple Application Developers Testing and Evaluating iPhone 6 and iOS 7?

Filed in Mobile Phones, Software, Technology by on January 3, 2013 0 Comments

It was rumored that apple application developers are now testing and evaluating the iPhone 6 and iOS 7 as the next featured version of Apple mobile operating system. They track the devices using an application wherein the version of the operating system the device is using. It can track as well as other information like IP […]

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Big Discount for Apple iPhone 5 @ Walmart Stores

Filed in Business, Mobile Phones, Technology by on December 17, 2012 0 Comments

The Walmart Stores Inc. is giving big discount on Apple iPhone 5 smartphone in thousands of its outlets. The 16 GB Apple iPhone 5 is sold for only $127, when it has the original price of $189.97. Furthermore, this price is valid and have a two-year contract from its wireless carriers such as Verizon, Sprint and AT&T. […]

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Facebook Outage: Facebook users temporarily unable to reach the site

Filed in News, Social Networks, Technology by on December 11, 2012 0 Comments

Facebook, the most popular social networking sites today appears to be down in various parts of the world for nearly an hour.  The Facebook outage started around 5:45pm EST Monday. Its service is not working for some countries around the globe, though not all user are affected but this is the most crucial technical bug […]

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New Fantasyland: A Fantasytech in Disneyland

Guests are encouraged to experience magical moments of Disney princesses and their experience using the innovation of technology. When the New Fantasyland opens last Thursday in the Magic Kingdom, they accommodate a park full of different accommodations as doubled in size and being the largest expansion of the theme park in almost 41 years of […]

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World’s oldest original working digital computer rebooted (Video)

Filed in Computer, Hardware, News, Technology by on November 22, 2012 0 Comments

Harwell Dekatron’s clip of the Wolverhampton Instrument for Teaching Computation (WITCH), 1950s’ supercomputer, was restored over a period of three years by experts at England’s National Museum of Computing in Bletchley Park. They even rebooted the beast in front of reporters. The world’s oldest original working digital computer is the size of a garage door […]

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Hurricane Sandy puts big websites down

Hurricane Sandy didn’t spare the internet! Data centers and servers powering many websites were also hit, knocking popular websites offline for hours. Datagram, the Internet service provider based in New York City that powers news sites like Gawker.com, Huffingtonpost.com, and Buzzfeed.com turned out as the biggest casualty. When its servers went down on Monday night due to flooding, the sites it […]

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Apple introduces low-priced iPad Mini

Filed in Featured, Gadgets, Technology, United States by on October 24, 2012 0 Comments

The long wait is over as Apple finally introduced the iPad Mini, the long-anticipated smaller tablet also with a smaller price. Mere half-year after the third-generation iPad was introduced, this new pencil-thin (7.2mm) iPad Mini is now coming out in the market at $329. The said mini version of iPad has a 7.9-inch screen, measured […]

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Private equity firm buys Ancestry.com at $1.6 Billion

European private equity firm Permira has already purchased the online genealogy site Ancestry.com at $1.6 billion ($32.00 per share). Meanwhile, Ancestry.com President and CEO Tim Sullivan and CFO and COO Howard Hochhauser will maintain a majority of their equity stakes in the company, and Spectrum Equity will also remain an investor. According to Sullivan, that […]

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Steve Jobs tribute laptops being auctioned for charity

Filed in Computer, Gadgets, Money, Technology, World by on October 7, 2012 0 Comments

Three limited edition MacBook Pro with Retina display and a special logo with a silhouette of Steve Jobs is up for auction for a special cause. The artwork at the back of the special edition of the Macbook Pro was created by Jonathan Mak, a Hong Kong-based artist. He designed the Apple logo with a […]

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iPhone 5: Features, Price and Release Date

Filed in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile Phones, Technology, United States, World by on September 13, 2012 0 Comments

Apple unveiled its much-awaited next-generation or the newest technology of smartphone the “iPhone 5” at San Francisco event on Wednesday, September 12, 2012. According to Apple, iPhone 5 is the thinnest (7.6 millimeters thin), lightest (20 percent lighter and 18 percent thinner than iPhone 4S), fastest (powered by A6 chip which is 2x faster than […]

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