The age of the iPod is over (?)

The age of the iPod is over (?)

🕔22:51, 28.Jan 2014

Over the holidays, Apple’s iPad and iPhone sold better than they’ve ever sold before: 51 million iPhones and 26 million iPads in a single quarter. The lowly iPod, however, didn’t

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1 billion smartphones shipped in 2013, Samsung and Apple take the lead

1 billion smartphones shipped in 2013, Samsung and Apple take the lead

🕔20:10, 28.Jan 2014

According to the International Data Corporation or IDC, global smartphone shipments have reached a staggering 1,004.2 million units in 2013, a few million short of its forecast of 1,010.4 million

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Bargains of The Year: The Best 5 GPS Tracking Systems For Under 100USD

Bargains of The Year: The Best 5 GPS Tracking Systems For Under 100USD

🕔17:34, 24.Jan 2014

The GPS tracking systems of today are a lot more affordable than they used to be back in the day. Advances in manufacturing technology have cut down the costs of

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LED Projector Tips: Getting Better Results From A Lit Room

LED Projector Tips: Getting Better Results From A Lit Room

🕔17:24, 24.Jan 2014

A LED projector is best used in an enclosed space, where walls or thick curtains prevent light from streaming in. This is allows the LED beamer to produce clear, crisp

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Sugar Battery With Unmatched Energy Density Created

Sugar Battery With Unmatched Energy Density Created

🕔15:35, 24.Jan 2014

A new “sugar battery” possessing an “unmatched” energy density has been created by a research team from Virginia Tech. The researchers think that their new battery — which, it bears

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LINE Now Has 330 Million Registered Users

LINE Now Has 330 Million Registered Users

🕔15:15, 24.Jan 2014

LINE, a messaging app primarily popular in Asia, now has 330 million registered users, according to a company rep we spoke with. The app added 30 million new users in

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A Popular Chinese Social Networking App Blazes Its Own Path

A Popular Chinese Social Networking App Blazes Its Own Path

🕔16:04, 23.Jan 2014

SHANGHAI — Every half-hour or so, Jenny Zhao, young and wired, unlocks her iPhone 5 to connect with friends using Weixin, China’s wildly popular social messaging app. “I’m probably on

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Spied on Through MacBook Camera

Spied on Through MacBook Camera

🕔14:02, 23.Jan 2014

The Washington Post reports that when a high school classmate of Cassidy Wolf (aka Miss Teen USA) spied on her via the iSight camera in her MacBook, he did so

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Wi-Fi Sharing Company Fon Teams Up with Qualcomm and Facebook

Wi-Fi Sharing Company Fon Teams Up with Qualcomm and Facebook

🕔15:26, 22.Jan 2014

Fon, the Spanish company that aims to get people around the world sharing their Wi-Fi networks, announced a broad partnership with the wireless chip company Qualcomm. Qualcomm Ventures led a

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The Worst Passwords of 2013

The Worst Passwords of 2013

🕔23:44, 20.Jan 2014

Each year, the folks at SplashData compile various lists of hacked accounts to create a ranking of the worst passwords of the year. For 2013, “password” fell out of the

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