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Articles tagged with: Technology

Digg Soldout For Just $500k!

Digg, a social website established back in 2004. It right away started leading the new introduced and preferred ‘Web 2.0’ trend for websites that lets users to upload, share their own contents and access the contents of others. Digg was doing great in the start and at one time, it was valued $160 million! However with the rise of Facebook and other social networking sites like twitter, its turn down started.

Google Takeout Merges Your Google+ Accounts Together!

Having more than one Google + account and can’t manage them together? Thinking about deactivating the extra ones? Well, you do not need to! Google recently added a new feature to the Google + named Google Takeout. The tool lets you fuse more than one account, thus letting you transfer all the circles and circle information in one account.

Google Now-A Journey From Jelly Bean To Ice Cream Sandwitch

Great news for android fans, a member of XDA developers has figured out the way of upgrading of Google Now from Jelly Bean to Ice Cream Sandwich. For those who don’t know much about Google Now, it’s actually a voice assistant for android devices rival to Apple’s siri.

Game Dock-A Dream Come True For Retro Gamers

Ever played a retro game on your IPhone ?? And didn’t like the touch controls, or you want real buttons instead of touch screen to enjoy the gaming experience, Now Cascadia games have a solution for this. They have designed a new device called Game Dock for iPhone,IPad. This device will attach to your IPods via retro USB controllers and will transform you IPads in to retro gaming Rigs.

Cool Eye Wear Gadget MEG4.0

After the great success of Google’s Project Glass eyewear, revealed earlier this year, Olympus has this week brought out a new display eyewear prototype named the MEG4.0.

The Olympus MEG4.0 is manufactured in such a way that it connects with our daily usage devices through Bluetooth and is also integrated with Olympus’s in-house “proprietary optical technology”.

RAZR V, Now In Canada

Motorola rolled out the RAZR V phone in China and recently announced the phone for Canada. The RZR V phone is a decent addition to the RAZR line.

The design is sleek and appealing; it is only 8.4mm thick and is protected by DuPont Kevlar fiber that provides a tough and scratch-resistant outer surface…

OUYA, The  Sexy Android Gaming Console!

No wonder cell phones and tablets today are as powerful as laptops and standard gaming consoles. However how many of us truly use them as a gaming console? Ever tried connecting your device to the TV and a controller? I’m sure you haven’t done that because you have always preferred a standard gaming console. So here is the thing, OUYA has decided to change the way you play games rather the whole gaming industry! Yes, they have come up with a console that’s powered up by the Android an open platform…

Nvidia Kai Platform To A Next Level

Nvidia is planning to bring the KAI PLATFORM to a next level. We have seen this new technology being introduced in quad-core Tegra 3 chip of Google nexus 7. But now they have planned to introduce this project on smart phones as well. Which means that users will get quad core devices with Nvidia chips and Google (android) operating system.

Verizon Rolling Out Optimus LTE II In US?

LG recently launched a smartphone named LG Optimus LTE II in their home country Korea. You might get to see the phone sooner than you expected. Apparently Verizon is planning on rolling it out next month. Freshly a new version of the Optimus LTE 2 with the VS930 model number was discovered at the FCC and led to the rumors that the phone is headed to the United States…

AirPlay And Many More On Your iPad Now

It seems like Google would do anything to make it appealing for the users. Google recently rolled out and upgrade for its Google application for iOS. The application for iOS is almost the same in design as that for the Android version and after the new update, it now has full-support for iPad.