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Twitter filters content by geographical boundaries

01/27/2012, Twitter has hopped aboard the censorship bandwagon, announcing (or rather, tweeting would have been more appropriate, although it would be pretty hard to squeeze in everything that they want to say of such magnitude in 140 characters or less) that they...

Google Earth 6.2 gets smooth tiles, social sharing

01/26/2012, Google Earth is a huge database of satellite photos and 3d polygonal models, and if you have used it before, you may have noticed that each tile (section of satellite/aerial photo) may have different colors/tones. That is due to the fact that satellite...

Gmail logo designed night before launch

01/26/2012, Are you one of those who leave things to the last minute because you do not have the inspiration to complete a certain task, and with the deadline looming on the horizon, only do you then get up and churn out a winner? For folks who can only work under...

Magnetic soap cleans up oil spills

01/24/2012, Oil spills are one of the most environmentally damaging events known to man, and cleaning it up is expensive and time consuming business. Since we have advanced in so many ways technologically over the years, it makes perfect sense then, if there were...

Tweeting Sensor “talks” to Twitter

01/20/2012, UC Technology has unveiled what they call a Tweeting Sensor, where it is a device that will post temperature and humidity data to Twitter at regular intervals, allowing you to check on it remotely on Twitter through various means including a smartphone,...

DISPLAX Multitouch Globe is huge

01/19/2012, If you’re bored of large, flat, touchscreen displays, the folks over at DISPLAX have got something for you: a Multitouch Globe. Just like its name describes – it is a huge multitouch surface that is in the shape of a globe. The Multitouch Globe...

Jerry Yang resigns from Yahoo!

01/17/2012, Yahoo! Inc. has announced that Jerry Yang has stepped down from its Board of Directors as well as the remaining portfolios that Yang held with the company from today onwards. Apart from that, Yang also resigned from the Boards of Yahoo Japan Corporation...

London’s Science Museum scans visitor faces in 3D

01/17/2012, If you happen to make your way to London’s Science Museum anytime soon, do look out for the “Me in 3D” stand there which will rely on a bunch of cameras that will construct a virtual image that you are able to view and then manipulate....

19-foot tall Saturn V Rocket made from LEGO

01/16/2012, We’ve seen tons of impressive LEGO creations in the past, and today we’ve got one more to add to the list. A “LEGO pro”, Ryan McNaught, recently came up with a behemoth of a creation: a 19-foot tall replica of the Saturn V: the...

Plant eats worms now

01/11/2012, Here is a little respite from all the usual CES news that has flooded our site for the past few days – and while no real tech is involved here, it does bring a smile to our faces since the tables have turned. Worms that used to be the scourge of...

Wedding Entertainment System – wedding invitation like a boss!

01/11/2012, While most of this week’s news will concern all things CES, life still goes on for the rest of the world, where pockets of civilization aren’t too interested in the latest gizmos. Geeks however, should care – and here is just how you...

Feedair aims to revolutionize the notification market

01/10/2012, Feedair is a new startup which aims to take the notification market by storm with a new device, but more importantly, with a new cloud-based service. The idea is to deliver short and very readable notifications that are contextually relevant, in an easy...