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[8 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Inventors Killed By Their Own Inventions

Snigdha Sandip
The desire to invent something is inherent in human nature. The development we see today is the result of our desire to cross the boundary of possibility. Inventors are those who see the “possible in impossible, adventure in inconvenience and reachable in unreachable” and their inventions will bring revolutionary change to our world.
But, life which can rightly be called a “road of strange paradoxes” at times takes unexpected turns. Some inventors even end up killed by the very inventions they brought to life.

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[3 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
20 Must Have Apps Queued Up for You

Aditya Divakaran
If you are lucky enough to own a prestigious iPhone, and don’t have the apps that define the unique iPhone experience, it will be quite a tragedy. We wouldn’t let you – our readers – to continue on such a sober experience despite having an impeccable phone at your disposal. Here we hand pick for you 20 apps that spread over a range of functions that a standard user will find absolutely useful.
Angry Birds

This strategic bird game needs no intro. As far as we learn, almost every touch-phone has …

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[20 Apr 2012 | One Comment | ]

How many times did you face the problem that your data is scattered between several mobile phones and computers while you need it to be synced and updated on all devices you have.
SyncMate solves this issue and turns your Mac in a sync center, making it possible to keep data organized and up-to-date on all devices you may own.
SyncMate will sync contacts, calendars, music, images, folders, bookmarks, notes and other data between your Mac and a wide range of devices: Android, Windows Mobile and Nokia S40 phones and tablets, other …

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[10 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]

Technology has greatly improved our way of life and quality of life over the last 200 years. At the same time this development has created problems too. As life expectancy has increased in developing countries, the population of the world too has multiplied dramatically over the last century.
Urbanisation has become rampant in many continents and associated demands have increased, especially so in both developed and developing countries. This has put a lot of pressure on resources, aggravated pollution and emissions, jeopardised the health of the planet and depleted natural resources. …

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[28 Mar 2012 | One Comment | ]
iOS6 – Expect more from Apple’s next!

Whilst the release dates of iOS6, Apple’s much anticipated operating system for iPad and iPhone is yet to be announced, expectation on the inclusive of new features in it has already reached its limits. This is surprisingly in contrast to the release of its latest operating system, iOS5.1.
According to reports, iOS6 would be released in to market during the second week of June this year. And, it was in June last year that iOS5 was released with much anticipation and notification. Hence, let’s hope for the same trigger to happen …

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[26 Mar 2012 | 5 Comments | ]
Samsung Galaxy S3 – What Does Samsung Have in Store for Us

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is expected to be another major success from the electronics giant, and there are a lot of good reasons to believe that is true. The company has proven that they can make some pretty impressive handsets, and both of the previous Galaxy S flagships are among the best-selling Android devices on the market.

A quad core processor and more than 1.5 GB of RAM
The Galaxy S3 should bring a lot of new stuff to the table to be able to outmatch the current leaders, and there are …

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[16 Mar 2012 | One Comment | ]

In recent years we have witnessed an exponential growth of websites. Businesses and other organizations require solid online presence and many are losing consumers and clients due to the lack of online connection. This is the reason why website templates are getting more popular. Not only templates are cheaper (many are even free) and easy to modify but they also provide lucrative opportunities and require much less maintenance. The Web designer community has grown rapidly and the amount of skill available is staggering.
Among modern Web developers, website templates are important …

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[16 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

Strange as it may seem, virtualization can improve the performance of some web hosting applications. AMD, a major chip maker, found that overhead caused by virtualization doesn’t always cause performance hit.

A big player in the virtualization industry, VMware, has worked closely with Intel and AMD to get the most of virtualization extensions integrated in current multi-core processors. AMD, for example, has been experimenting with an open-source caching system called Memcached that can be implemented in large cloud-based services, including Twitter, Youtube, WordPress and Digg. Memcached can speed up server …

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[9 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

As expected, Apple introduced the evening’s successor iPad 2 which, contrary to expectations, is not called iPad 3 or iPad HD … but the “new iPad” or “iPad thied generation”.
Tim Cook, who replaces Steve Jobs at the head of Apple, as is the tradition inaugurated the event by a point on the vision and the market for the company he runs. The CEO has focused on what Apple calls “post-PC era”, which the iPad is the embodiment and the first two versions have gone to 172 million copies. Faced with …