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LG unveils five-inch full HD smartphone display

LG unveils five-inch full HD smartphone display

                                        LG’s five-inch LCD display can handle full 1080p HD video LG has introduced an impressive new smartphone display that’s expected to come to new handsets in the second half of […]

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0 commentsMay 30, 2012 at 10:51 amTechnology

Ferrari’s heritage evident in the Italo high-speed train!

Ferrari’s heritage evident in the Italo high-speed train!

Nuovo Transporto Viaggiatori (NTV), a company founded by a group of entrepreneurs headed by the president of Ferrari, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, has unleashed twenty five luxury high-speed trains on the Italian railways. This makes NTV the first private high-speed rail network carrier in the country and the first company […]

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0 commentsMay 29, 2012 at 6:41 amTechnology

New Kyocera smartphone transmits sound through vibrating screen.

New Kyocera smartphone transmits sound through vibrating screen.

Designed to overcome the frustration of listening to phone calls in noisy environments, Kyocera’s new URBANO PROGRESSO smartphone provides an alternative to the traditional speaker by transmitting sound through vibrations in the handset’s display screen. Developed by Kyocera and KDDI Corporation, the phone’s “Smart Sound Receiver” technology uses a piezo-electric […]

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0 commentsMay 29, 2012 at 6:02 amTechnology

Panasonic to launch first Android-powered Toughbook tablet

Panasonic to launch first Android-powered Toughbook tablet

                               Panasonic introduced a 10.1” ruggedized Toughbook tablet running Android OS Panasonic will introduce a ruggedized Toughbook tablet running Android OS in Q4 2011. Aimed at enterprise users, the Android Toughbook tablet will offer a sunlight-friendly […]

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0 commentsMay 28, 2012 at 7:57 amTechnology

Kenji Ishida’s Transforming Radio Controlled Car!

Kenji Ishida’s Transforming Radio Controlled Car!

A Japanese robotics expert unveils a fantastic transforming RC car. Since the first wave of Transformers landed on toy shelves in the mid-1980′s, I’m sure the thought of a self-transforming Optimus Prime or Megatron was an impossible dream to many a fan of the popular Hasbro robots back in the […]

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0 commentsMay 25, 2012 at 6:30 amTechnology

The Fon Story: From Birth to 6 Million Hot spots.

The Fon Story: From Birth to 6 Million Hot spots.

Fon is the world’s largest WiFi network with over 6 million hotspots all around the world. This infographic shows the Fon story from its birth in 2006, to 6 million hotspots. via [ fon ]

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0 commentsMay 23, 2012 at 12:12 pmTechnology

Effective and cheap shelter for disaster relief designed by Michael McDaniel

Effective and cheap shelter for disaster relief designed by Michael McDaniel

Michael McDaniel designed housing for disaster relief zones — inexpensive, easy to transport, even beautiful – but found that no one was willing to build it. Persistent and obsessed, he decided to go it alone. At TEDxAustin, McDaniel show us his Exo Reaction Housing Solution and shares how he’s dedicating […]

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0 commentsMay 22, 2012 at 8:53 amTechnology

How to look inside the brain : Carl Schoonover

How to look inside the brain : Carl Schoonover

Carl Schoonover: Lacking human offspring of my own, I used to carry around a half-dozen images of classic neuroscience data in my wallet’s beat-up plastic photo binder, and would show them off to strangers at parties. (Never got me a phone number, so much for geek-chic.) Each one had its […]

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0 commentsMay 22, 2012 at 6:07 amTechnology

Facebook IPO Bubble.

Facebook IPO Bubble.

Eight years, 900 million users, and several Winklevoss lawsuits later, Facebook went public in the third largest IPO in history.Despite months of hype, it got off to a rocky start. The social network raised more than $18 billion, putting the company’s total market value at $104 billion. By comparison, Google raised […]

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0 commentsMay 21, 2012 at 7:50 amTechnology

Depressed students surf the net differently

Depressed students surf the net differently

Surfing the internet randomly and using file-sharing programs may be a sign of depression say researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology. “The study is believed to be the first that uses actual internet data, collected unobtrusively and anonymously, to associate internet usage with signs of depression,” says assistant professor […]

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0 commentsMay 21, 2012 at 6:44 amTechnology