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T-Mobile Sprint Merger May Cost SoftBank $45 Billion

02/06/2014, A few weeks back it was first rumored that SoftBank, which owns Sprint, is going to bid for T-Mobile U.S. While there hasn’t been an official announcement as yet, many reports have come since then claiming that the merger of the 3rd and 4th largest...

Awesome Pininfarina Pen Never Needs A Refill

02/05/2014, We’re sure many of us have experience the frustration when it comes to writing with a pen, only to find out that we’re completely out of ink, or that the ink in the pen has dried thus rendering it completely useless. That being said, wouldn’t it be...

BitTag Shows Off Item Price In Bitcoin Equivalent

02/04/2014, Bitcoin, the virtual currency that has its fair share of supporters and detractors, is back in the news again, although this time around there will be no kind of controversy surrounding it. We are talking about BitTag, a new kind of device which will be...

UNSC Spirit Of Fire Gets The LEGO Treatment

02/04/2014, There is just something about LEGO bricks that makes them so enticing to the kid – or adult. After all, we humans have been wired to create and build, why explains why LEGO has not lost its popularity at all. In fact, you could more or less say that...

AllCast Chromecast App Regains Its Core Feature

02/04/2014, Google released the $35 HDMI dongle, Chromecast, last year and it sold out soon after the fact. The company itself claimed that demand for the dongle had been underestimated. Tinkerers had their way with the dongle, rooting it and opening up additional...

Nanotips Could Make Your Glove Touchscreen Friendly

02/04/2014, Who would have thought that just about every modern day mobile device would feature touchscreen functionality these days, which is a far cry from the alphanumeric or QWERTY keyboard that we saw in mobile phones some years back? Well, having said that,...

Google Mystery Barge Receives Orders To Move

02/04/2014, A few months back mystery barges appeared at Pier 1 of Treasure Island in San Francisco as well as Maine harbour, leading to widespread speculation about the ownership of these structures. Some believed Google was behind the project, and that these...

Target Implementing New Credit Card Security Technology

02/04/2014, Its common news by now that over the holiday season last year Target was the victim of a major security breach. Said breach resulted in personal as well as credit and debit card information of more than 70 million customers being stolen. The retailer...

Text Messages Used To Encourage Weight Loss

02/04/2014, Are you looking to lose weight? Being disciplined and being focused helps, but so does having external sources of motivation, and that’s what the city council of Stoke-on-Trent in the UK is trying to do. The council has recently announced a rather novel...

Lenovo Intended On Acquiring Motorola Several Years Ago

02/04/2014, The other day it was announced and confirmed that Lenovo would be buying Motorola Mobility from Google for around $3 billion, which is significantly less than what Google paid for the company back in 2011. That being said, it seems that acquiring Motorola...

Brain Waves Used To Control Music Player

02/03/2014, There is nothing quite as potent as the power of the mind – it is the one thing that keeps us going even through the darkest night for sure, as the glimmer of hope is there to ensure that life is worth living and fighting for. Those who happen to...

Lawsuit Claims Gogo Overcharges For In-Flight WiFi

02/03/2014, WiFi in cafes, schools, and work places are pretty common. However WiFi in airplanes, that’s a different story. For the longest time ever, airplanes did not come with WiFi and entertainment came in the form of the small screen in front of the passenger,...

Chromecast SDK Available

02/03/2014, Google has announced that the Google Cast Software SDK (Software Development Kit) is available for all developers who want to add Chromecast support in their apps and (web) services. The first apps available on Chromecast came from large companies that...