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Starbucks in-store wireless smartphone charging debuts in Boston

10/30/2012, Folks in Boston who love drinking coffee while modding with their smartphones will be happy to know that Starbucks has just rolled out a series of wireless smartphone charging stations in Boston. The world-renowned Italian-style coffeehouse chain has...

Google now has more than 700,000 apps on Google Play

10/30/2012, In today’s consumer electronics market, the battle isn’t just about hardware. Software, in the form of applications, also play a crucial role in the competition. That is why companies like Apple and Google are constantly developing new apps to...

Smart Highway in the Netherlands glows in the dark

10/30/2012, Designer and innovator Daan Roosegaarde and Heijmans Infrastructure have teamed up to come up with a potential life saver – where they have called it a ‘Smart Highway’ prototype which will be able to make roads a whole lot safer for drivers, and...

This Amazing Time-Lapse Shows How Twitchy Jumbo Jets Really Are

10/29/2012, Here’s a great use of time-lapse photography to show a side of aviation that is rarely seen. This is a procession of jumbo jets (B747, A340, B777) flying into Heathrow airport in London. Since it’s a time-lapse video, it’s sped up 17x...

Steve Jobs’ yacht Venus officially revealed to the public

10/29/2012, Back in April this year, renowned designer Philippe Starck revealed that he was working on a revolutionary project for Apple, which was later revealed to be a project not for Apple, but for Apple’s late co-founder, Steve Jobs. The project was for a...

More Microsoft Hardware a Possibility, says CEO

10/25/2012, “Is it fair to say we’re going to do more hardware? Obviously we are. We did our first piece of non-Xbox hardware when we launch the Surface. Where we see important opportunities to set a new standard, yeah, we’ll dive in.” It is...

Man embarks on full-scale Millennium Falcon replica project

10/25/2012, There are fans, and there are hardcore fans. Chris Lee could be thought of as the latter as he has embarked on a mission to create a full sized version of the Millennium Falcon. This is of course not a one man effort and Lee will be joined a team that...

Scientists Have Changed The Color of Gold

10/24/2012, Anodizing’s in the tech news world today because Apple (and other gadget makers) are realizing it’s a great way to make portable devices more durable and more attractive. However, the anodizing process involves coating metal with a thin layer...

New Algorithm More Accurately Predicts In-Vitro Success

10/23/2012, In-vitro is a complicated, expensive procedure that isn’t usually covered by insurance. So it would make sense that before the procedure is started, all interested parties have a good idea about the chance of success. The problem is that age is the...