The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook that was launched recently was the first
full-features Android tablet that was designed for reading.
Instead of the Google Play or Samsung Hub installed on this tablet, you
will get the Barnes & Noble Store pre-installed. This is no surprise
Ever thought it was possible for you to move objects with your mind? We're here to tell you it is possible with the Emotiv.
The Emotiv is a cutting else technology that clips on to your hear and
gives you the ability to move a toy car just by thinking about it. It
can also help quad...
According to recent reports, Facebook and Youtube together, bite into a
major chunk of online mobile traffic. Cumulatively, they account for
one-third of all the mobile web traffic in North America.
The Top 10 services which take account for maximum web traffic comprise
of many po...
John Oliver who hosts the talk show \"Last Week Tonight\" never misses a
beat when it comes to making an observation on funny situations in our
This week the hit show took on the topic of \"Native Advertising\".Native Advertising is advertising that is partially disguised ...
In April Facebook announced that it will eliminate chat features from
the Facebook app on iOS and Android. Users will be forced to send
messages via a newly created Facebook Messenger app.
This news comes in succession after Facebook acquired WhatsApp for $19 Billion in February 201...
Google is the latest player in the fitness market with Google Fit.
According to the Google Fit website, Google fit is 'an open platform that lets users control their fitness data.'
The Fitness app market is already populated with third party apps like
Nike+, LF, Adidas, Basis, Runt...
Rumors suggest Microsoft will launch its latest piece of technology in
October 2014. It will have 11 sensors and come with a Nike
FuelBand-style design. Reportedly the Microsoft SmartWatch will have
fitness skills and it will work cross-platform.
Sources also claim that this Smart...
USA and Asia will soon be connected with an Trans-Pacific undersea cable
that will transmit data at - wait for it - 60 Terabytes per second.
This super network will be called FASTER and it will connect the United
States to two landing locations in Japan. The total amount of investme...