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BT Tower Breaks World Record With A 320-Gigapixel Photo

02/20/2013, BT Tower has created a 360 degree panoramic photo of London that has broken the world record. The image is of 320 gigapixels and was created by photographic firm 360Cities. The image comprises of 48,000 individual frames stitched together to form the...

Website Used To Hack Apple And Facebook Found

02/20/2013, Yesterday we reported that Apple has been the target of Hackers. Apple claimed that the source of the hack was the same as used to hack Facebook. The malware used in both these cases came from a popular forum of iPhone developers called iPhoneDevSDK. Ian...

Google Stock Hits A Record Closing Above $800

02/20/2013, Google’s stock closed at a record high of $800 yesterday. This is the first time a technology company has passed the $800 mark. It seems that the rumors of a Google store opening by the end of 2013 came down positively in Wall Street. The stocks for...

Stick-on Film Transforms Glass Into Smart Window

02/19/2013, Smart cars, smart homes, smartphones, everything seems to be getting a brain these days while humanity begins their long journey in being dumbed down. Well, Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology has something...

Twitter Helping Direct Marketing Lead Generation

02/19/2013, Twitter is in the process of testing a new advertising functionality through Twitter Cards. If successful, this may give direct marketers a process to generate leads directly from tweets. A tweet on twitter displays the functionality in action. Promoting...

Apple Grabs 20 % Of All US Technology Sales For 2012

02/19/2013, According to a report by NPD, Apple accounted for 19.9 % of all consumer technology items sold in the US in 2012. Apple was also the third largest consumer technology seller in the US for 2012. Sales figures were at 17.3 % for 2011, and the company has...

Marionettebot Brings Window Shopping To A Whole New Level

02/19/2013, Some of us would love to indulge in a little bit of retail therapy whenever things or a situation goes sour for us, but others might not have the kind of monetary capability at this point in time to go shopping, resorting to just window shopping....

Mozilla Firefox 19 Available For Download Now

02/19/2013, Good news for fans of the web browser from Mozilla. Firefox version 19 is available for download from Mozilla’s website ahead of its official launch tomorrow. The new web browser is available for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux with a few features and bug...

LEGO X-Wing Sports A Whopping 1,500 Pieces

02/19/2013, The Star Wars vs Star Trek debate continues, and the recent story arc in PvPOnline also showed that off. Well, the Starship Enterprise was recently spotted as part of a Kre-O creation, but I guess Star Wars fan can gloat over Star Trek fans in this round,...

Barbie Digital Makeover Mirror

02/18/2013, Little girls have their toys as well, but here is something that you might want to check out for those who are more tech-oriented, with the unveiling of the Barbie Digital Makeover Mirror that happened at the International Toy Fair by Mattel just last...

Microsoft’s Office 2013 Software Licenses Non-transferable

02/18/2013, Microsoft has recently launched its Officer 2013 software last month and has announced that the licenses for the software are non-transferable. What does that imply for the end user? Basically you can only install the software on one machine now, as...

The Obama Administration’s Newest Project: Map The Human Brain

02/18/2013, The Obama Administration has announced plans to map the human brain in a decade long research project.  The project is in the works to be unveiled by March and hopes to do for the brain exactly what the “Human Genome Project” did for “genetics”...

Acrylicize Walls Up With LEGO Minifigs

02/17/2013, We all know just how cute LEGO minifigs can be, and perhaps in an effort to increase productivity at the office, a company has decided to listen to consulting agency Acrylicize and actually put up a wall that is full of, you’ve guessed it, LEGO...