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Sharp proud of new IGZO panels

06/01/2012, Sharp announced that their new oxide semiconductor (IGZO) technology that features high crystallinity is set for a worldwide debut, where this particular material is said to deliver even higher resolutions without sipping additional power – on the...

Coca-Cola’s QR code packaging in Spain launched

05/31/2012, Coca-Cola recently signed an agreement with ScanLife, a company that powers the BIDI mobile barcode service in Spain, in order to further consolidate the position of Coca-Cola as the leading beverage in that part of the world. QR code packaging in...

Facebook Pages Gets Admin Roles

05/31/2012, Facebook Pages have not been getting the attention it deserved since it has been used for business purposes since it was started. For instance administrators of a page could appoint other users as administrators and those people had about the same powers...

Mario sleeps with the fishes

05/30/2012, Now, we have seen our fair share of unique computer cases in the past, as well as other home devices that sport decals which hark back a couple of decades to merge the old and the new, but what we have here is a bit of video game legend coupled with an...

“Tamron Lenses & How-To” app for Android and iOS platforms

05/29/2012, If you are a huge fan of Tamron and all of its gear, then you might want to make a beeline for the “Tamron Lenses & How-To” app that will be released for both Android as well as iOS platforms. This particular app will function as a rather...

Vegetabrella keeps you dry during those rainy days

05/29/2012, Mom always told you to eat your vegetables so that you will grow up strong and healthy. Well, for those of you who failed to heed her advice and are now paying the price for such stubbornness, here is the Vegetabrella that will shield you from the...

RFID tags track kids in Texas school district

05/28/2012, The world was a whole lot safer in the past, where parents allowed their kids to roam around freely in the neighborhood without worrying about some random or ill feeling stranger bundle their kid in the trunk of a vehicle for a ransom. Things are much...

Microsoft’s Bing Streetside taken offline in Germany

05/23/2012, We talked about Bing Streetside from Microsoft being the software giant’s equivalent of Google’s Streetview before, and here is the latest bit of news concerning Microsoft’s Bing Streetside. It seems that the service has already been...

Texting someone who is driving could end up being illegal one day

05/23/2012, We’ve all heard of the saying, “don’t text while driving”, but now it could be changed to “don’t text those who are driving”. Yes it seems that sending text messages to those who are driving could make you as guilty as the person who is...

Lightning rods that repel lightning?

05/22/2012, Conventional wisdom says that lightning rods are placed on buildings in order to attract lightning during a storm, but how about looking at things from a different perspective? Lightning Suppression Systems’ PDCE lightning rods will do the opposite...

Facebook Sued for $15 Billion over Alleged Privacy Infractions

05/21/2012, Just after Facebook went public as Mark Zuckerberg pushed the button to ring the iconic NASDAQ bell, the largest social network in the world was hit with a class-action lawsuit by the law firm Stewarts Law US. The firm announced that it put together 21...

One Street Tweeter prints tweets on pavement

05/18/2012, If you are one who cannot get enough of Twitter, then here is something that you might want to check out – the One Street Tweeter, which is actually a special machine that was constructed with one – just one purpose in life. Basically, the...