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Ice Cream Changes Color With Each Lick

07/29/2014, There is nothing quite like being able to lick on an extremely cold ice cream during a sweltering summer day, but how would you like to enjoy an ice cream that is capable of changing its color with each lick? 37-year-old physicist Linares has a penchant...

London Police Uses Ad Switching To Fight Piracy

07/29/2014, The great city of London, which has been promised to deliver 5G connectivity to the masses before the year 2020 clocks out and we usher in 2021, has yet another story that touches on the technological department. Basically, the police in London have come...

Bolt Messaging App Faces Name Issues

07/28/2014, It was four days back that Instagram’s Bolt banner (as seen above) was spotted in a leak, which more or less means that Instagram could be working on rolling out a brand new messaging app. Bolt has been touted to be a “one tap photo messaging...

NVIDIA Boosts Low-Res LCD Display Performance

07/28/2014, I suppose resolution is to displays just like how one can never have enough clothes in the wardrobe with each passing season. Having said that, the number of pixels that are being crammed into our displays – on TVs to mobile devices especially,...

Warcraft Movie Logo Animation Seen

07/27/2014, While we brought you the static look of the official Warcraft movie logo a few days ago, here we are with an animation of how the logo came about, in all of its 10 second glory that you can see above. Those who attended Comic-Con were able to check out...

Project Baseline From Google

07/27/2014, The folks over at Google are certainly an extremely creative bunch – after all, some of their side projects have ended up as a main service in the company’s history, and who knows, Project Baseline, otherwise known as the Baseline Study, might be...

Artist Uses Desktop Scanner Underwater To Create Abstract Art

07/25/2014, Scanners, at least flatbed scanners, are typically used to scan documents and photos, converting them into digital images that we can store on our computers. Sure, you could take the occasional object like a tablet, smartphone, or even a soft toy and scan...

Firefox For Android Beta Offers Customizable Web Experience

07/25/2014, Firefox for Android Beta has been around for quite some time already, and this time round, Firefox for Android Beta will see the introduction of a powerful set of customization features that will certainly be a boon to users and developers alike. In a...

Halo: Nightfall Trailer Revealed

07/24/2014, Want to get an early peek at the very first trailer for “Halo: Nightfall”? Well, you do not need to fiddle around with your thumbs any longer, since the folks over at Microsoft has already relented and let fans of the franchise check out what the...

HTC Clock App In Google Play Store

07/24/2014, Hardware manufacturers these days seem to want to introduce changes in their software to the masses using app stores instead of going through firmware updates with mobile carriers. Case in point, we did bring you word earlier this week concerning the HTC...

Google Coordinate To Debut In Maps Engine Pro Subscription

07/24/2014, It seems that the power of Maps Coordinate will arrive on Google Maps Engine Pro at long last, as it has been announced that Google Coordinate will be part of each Maps Engine Pro subscription (which costs $5 each month per user). Just to refresh our...

Google Maps Wants You To Explore More

07/23/2014, How many of you make use of Google Maps every single day in your lives? Well, the Internet giant intends to make your Google Maps experience more enjoyable the next time you are out on a vacation, since you would spend less time looking for an answer and...