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South Korea Asks Apple, Google, To Enable Paid App Refunds

07/06/2014, It seems that South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission has issued an order for both Google as well as Apple to make changes to their existing policies that concern app store refunds. The Fair Trade Commission has expectations that this particular ruling...

New TSA Rule Requires Electronic Devices To Be Turned On

07/06/2014, The next time you are planning on boarding a flight to the US, you might want to ensure that your electronic devices have enough battery. This is not out of concern for your entertainment or enjoyment while on the flight, but rather a new security rule...

Potato Salad Kickstarter Project Raises 50,000% Of Its Original Goal

07/06/2014, Sometimes we come across projects on Kickstarter which sound like great ideas, but oddly enough can’t seem to generate enough interest to get funded. We also come across projects which seem simple, but yet manage to surpass its Kickstarter goal several...

Facebook Poke Eventually Leads To Marriage Proposal

07/04/2014, Truth can be stranger than fiction at times, and it is without a doubt that this is one of the rare cases where something as harmless as an accidental Facebook ‘poke’ led him to fall in love with a total stranger. Steven Kawalit and Nafis Joon crossed...

Japan Scientists Helps Slow Down Flower Aging

07/04/2014, Japan happens to be a country with a rapidly aging population, not to mention having one of the highest number of senior citizens in the world. This is partly due to their relatively healthy diet a generation ago, not to mention those living in the...

Camera Checks Out Corners For You

07/03/2014, I am quite sure that if you have watched the movie “Wanted”, you would know that the ability to swerve a bullet after shooting it is physically impossible in real life, especially in those action packed scenes that offer uncanny accuracy among the...

Explore South Park Universe With Oculus Rift

07/03/2014, Are you a huge fan of South Park after all these years? Well, if you have answered in the affirmative, then you might want to check out the universe of South Park in a virtual manner – using the Oculus Rift headset, of course. This is made possible...

Verizon Delivers 4G LTE Service To Prepaid ALLSET Plans

07/03/2014, They say that good things come to those who wait, but what about us who have run thin of our patience? I suppose those of you who rejoiced in March this year when the Verizon ALLSET plans were announced were (unpleasantly) surprised to find that it did...

Samsung Video And Media Hub Bites The Dust Next Month

07/03/2014, Samsung device owners can check another service they rarely used off the list of bloatware these devices come pre-installed with. The company announced today that it is going to close its Video and Media Hub service on August 1st. This move comes merely...

Russia Moves To Block House Of Cards Filming In The UN

07/03/2014, Netflix’s popular political thriller House of Cards is set to return for a third season early next year. The production company recently requested the UN to allow it to film scenes from two episodes in the iconic Security Council chamber and the...

BMW Offers 3D Printed Thumbs To Its Assembly Line Workers

07/03/2014, Different companies have different ways of ensuring that their employees aren’t overworked or that they have the proper assistance whenever they might encounter something health-related during the course of work, although we have to wonder if any of...

LED Smart Lights Raise Privacy Concerns

07/02/2014, The next time you happen to be at terminal “B” at Newark airport, take a moment to stop whatever you are doing, and look up. The lights up there that keep everything nice and bright? They aren’t ordinary lights, but smart lights, for the...

Android Wear Gains IFTTT Support

07/02/2014, Android Wear is a version of Android that Google has developed specifically for wearables in mind, like the LG G Watch, the Samsung Gear Live, and the Moto 360. Now all of these devices have their uses, but it seems that their functionality could be taken...