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Boat In Apple Maps Thought To Be Nessie At First

04/20/2014, Apple Maps might be able to get you from point A to point B in an unfamiliar territory, but this does not mean that it is the first app or program that people go to in order to find their way around. Google Maps is, no doubt about it, still the undisputed...

Nokia’s Phone Division Will Be Named Microsoft Mobile

04/20/2014, Back in September last year Nokia announced its intention to sell its devices and services business to Microsoft. Since then the deal has had to go through several regulatory hoops, and barring a couple of minor hiccups, it has sailed through federal...

Eyefi Cloud Introduced

04/17/2014, We have seen our fair share of Eyefi products in the past, and this time around, the global leader in digital camera connectivity has unveiled Eyefi Cloud. This is not a personal project by Nick Fury, but rather, Eyefi Cloud happens to be a private...

Amazon Germany Workers Go On Strike Again

04/17/2014, Hmmm, it seems that Amazon Germany is suffering from another hiccup yet again. German labor union Verdi did ask workers who earn a living over at online retailer Amazon in Germany (where else) to go on strike today, with the raison d’être being a...

Transfer Power Wirelessly Within 5m Radius

04/17/2014, Wireless charging might be the future, as that would mean there is no longer any more need to grapple with unsightly cables and wires. After all, it would also translate to having one less thing to carry in your suitcase on your travels, but how about...

Walmart Launches A Money Transfer Service

04/17/2014, Soon you will be able to walk into a Walmart and send money. The company today launched its new “Walmart-2-Walmart” service for which it has partnered with Euronet Worldwide Inc subsidiary Ria Money Transfer. This new service puts Western...

Missing Boy Found In Coin Operated Claw Machine

04/17/2014, A missing child is always a scary thought to have for any parent, and the long arm of the law, too, would pull all the stops just to make sure that both child and parent(s) are reunited at the end of a long search. In Nebraska, a mother called the police...

MIT Looks At Floating Nuclear Plants

04/16/2014, I am quite sure that the 2011 earthquake and tsunami double whammy that struck Japan still remains fresh in the minds of many, especially when the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant was at the heart of the disaster, resulting in contamination that has yet to...

Google Fiber New York Roll Out Plans Denied

04/16/2014, Recently a new job listing at Google was spotted which led to speculation that perhaps Google Fiber New York roll out might be around the corner. The position, for a Google Fiber Regional Sales Manager, was located in New York and its responsibilities...

LaCie Confirms Customer Data Breach On Their Website

04/16/2014, So we know that LaCie is known for creating storage solutions like external hard drives and Thunderbolt external hard drives used for Mac computers, but it seems that recently the company has experienced a security breach by unknown assailants. This...

Steve Jobs Movie Will Not Be Directed By David Fincher

04/15/2014, If you were not satisfied by the Ashton Kutcher starring “Jobs” movie, fret not, there’s another Steve Jobs movie in the pipeline. Being written by Aaron Sorkin, of The Social Network fame, the film will play out in three scenes which...

FBI Adds Facial Recognition To Its Arsenal

04/15/2014, The FBI certainly has their fair share of methods to track down people whom they deem to be worth tracking, either for security reasons or reasons that are known to them alone. In fact, the FBI has plans to amass up to 52 million photos in its NGI Face...