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Disney Research’s new 3D printer can print fabric objects

3D printers have been pouring into the market, since the last several years. However, older models used plastic instead of other flexible materials like ... Read more

Sony officially unveils new flagship Xperia Z4 smartphone

Sony Corp on Monday unveiled its latest flagship Android smartphone, the Xperia Z4. The announcement of the device was made on their Japanese website, ... Read more

Best Buy Co Inc announces trade-in deal for Microsoft Surface Pro 3

The Surface 3 laptop-tablet hybrid from Microsoft which was launched recently will now be available for purchase in the coming month. Best Buy along with ... Read more

Chinese government officially halts implementation of banking-technology rules

The Chinese Government has put on hold bank-technology rules policy that would have effectively pushed foreign technology companies to move out of the ... Read more

Segway acquired by Ninebot, Xiaomi-backed Chinese start-up

Beijing based transportation robotics firm Ninebot announced on Wednesday that it has acquired U.S. rival Segway Inc, manufacturer of self-balancing electric ... Read more

NASA unveiled its new electric vehicle prototype that can drive sideways

NASA unveiled its new Modular Robotic Vehicle prototype, which is actually a futuristic EV that can drive sideways and also capable of some remarkable ... Read more

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    European Union to record antitrust charges against Google

    The European Union is set to file formal charges against Google for illegally using its dominant search engine to highlight the company’s own online services over others. European Union commissioner, Margrethe Vestager is expected to make an announcement on Wednesday in Brussels about Google violating antitrust laws and has decided to pursue a case that […]

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  • Nokia in advanced discussions to buy Alcatel-Lucent

    Nokia in advanced discussions to buy Alcatel-Lucent

    Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia is in advanced talks to acquire Alcatel-Lucent’s mobile networks unit to strengthen its telecommunications-equipment business especially in the United States and China. Both companies provide equipment, infrastructure and support to the telecommunications industry. The firms confirmed Tuesday that they are in advanced discussions about the agreement, but warned any potential deal […]

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  • Chinese government accused of decade of cyber attacks on Southeast Asia

    Chinese government accused of decade of cyber attacks on Southeast Asia

    According to the California-based security software firm FireEye, the Chinese government is behind a newly discovered set of malware attacks against businesses, government agencies and corporate companies across India and Southeast Asia over the past ten years. FireEye released a 69-page technical report on the group, which it calls APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) 30. The report claimed the cyber spying […]

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  • Google reportedly working on new and highly improved batteries that can last longer than regular batteries

    Google reportedly working on new and highly improved batteries that can last longer than regular batteries

    Search giant Google has reportedly involved itself in the research and development of better battery technology for smartphones, wearables and other stuff with reports claiming that the technology is being developed in the search engine giant’s highly secretive Google X research lab. Google has been expanding its avenues lately and has entered into sectors such as […]

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  • Consumer Advocacy Group Seeks Ban On the Word Diet From Diet Soft Drinks

    Consumer Advocacy Group Seeks Ban On the Word Diet From Diet Soft Drinks

    After research surfaced that diet soda and other artificially sweetened products actually lead to weight gain instead of weight loss, a consumer-advocacy group is asking federal regulatory agencies to investigate whether soda manufacturers including Coca–Cola and PepsiCo have engaged in deceptive or misleading advertising. The Oakland, California based group, U.S. Right to Know, on Thursday […]

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  • LinkedIn acquires education site lynda.com for $1.5 billion

    LinkedIn acquires education site lynda.com for $1.5 billion

    The career social network LinkedIn announced Thursday that it was acquiring lynda.com, a company that specializes in online professional training videos and tutorials in a cash-stock deal valued at $1.5 billion. Founded in 1995, lynda.com has since emerged as a leader in professional training videos. The deal is LinkedIn’s largest acquisition till date and connects […]

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  • Dell Launches Venue 10 7000 Tablet, Starts At $499

    Dell Launches Venue 10 7000 Tablet, Starts At $499

    After successfully launching the ultra-thin Venue 8 7000 tablet in Australia earlier this year, Dell has yet another gorgeous tablet for customers to consider. Dubbed as Venue 10 7000, a relatively high end device that comes with Intel Atom processor and focuses at business that enables users to separate work data from personal data. The […]

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  • Meld Brings Smart Stove Technology That Can Control Temperature Automatically

    Meld Brings Smart Stove Technology That Can Control Temperature Automatically

    The smart home has already got products like the Nest thermostat and August smart lock making the home safer and smarter. Next on the list of smart home devices is Meld, a new way to ensure food is cooked at the right temperature. The Meld smart knob can turn the existing hob into an app-connected […]

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  • Royal Dutch Shell in advanced discussions to buy Britain's BG Group

    Royal Dutch Shell in advanced discussions to buy Britain’s BG Group

    According to reports, Royal Dutch Shell PLC is in advanced talks to acquire British gas producer BG Group PLC, which has a market value of £47 billion. Indicative of the adverse impact of the dwindling energy prices, this could be the largest energy deal this year and also the first big merger between energy companies […]

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  • Researchers develop aluminum battery that could charge smartphone in 60 seconds

    Researchers develop aluminum battery that could charge smartphone in 60 seconds

    Stanford University scientists have developed a high-performance aluminum battery that’s safer, quick charging, long lasting and affordable. Researchers of the new energy storage device say the first aluminum-based battery offers a safe alternative to many commercial batteries in wide use today. Hongjie Dai, a chemistry professor at Stanford University said that the rechargeable aluminum battery […]

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  • Bionic Ant

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