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Glow In The Dark Trees Could Brighten Cities At Night

04/01/2014, Going green does seem to feature heavily on many peoples’ minds these days, and it is a legitimate issue to pursue considering how we need to work in making sure that there is still an earth left for the next generation to live in. Having said that,...

Does Microsoft Want To Power Your Coffee Mug As Well?

04/01/2014, We will be there at BUILD 2014, and are more than interested to see just what Microsoft has in store for the masses. Of course, there will always be speculation of a new Lumia smartphone, but until the day arrives and something official is announced, do...

Heat Activated Fashion By Alexander Wang

04/01/2014, When it comes to the worlds of technology and fashion, we do seem to see how both universes tend to cross one another’s paths in recent years as compared to the previous millennium. Of course, there is still the issue of washing battery operated...

Apple VS Samsung Set To Make Headlines Once Again

04/01/2014, The first Apple VS Samsung trial received a lot of publicity. It revolved around patent infringement and the jury did find that Samsung had infringed on several Apple patents. The Korean juggernaut was ordered to pay nearly $1 billion in damages to Apple....

Microsoft Introduces SmartClippy As An April Fools’ Joke

04/01/2014, We’re not sure how many of you guys might remember, but back in the day with Microsoft productivity suites like Word, Microsoft attempted to introduce an assistant in the form of a talking paperclip that basically offered to help you do things or could...

Samsung Fingers Wearable Device Prank

03/31/2014, It might not be April Fool’s yet over here in the US, but for many other parts of the world, they are well into April 1st, and I am quite sure that there is a fair number of people who have already been pranked. Samsung too, does not want to miss out on...

Gmail Shelfie Another April Fool’s Attempt

03/31/2014, Earlier this morning, we did bring you word on Google ushering in April Fool’s Day by giving you a chance to catch Pokemon. Well, it seems that there is yet another April Fool’s prank from Google that will involve the Google Shelfie, which is...

Motorola By Lenovo Brand Might Be Under Consideration

03/31/2014, It has been a while since Google announced that its selling Motorola Mobility to Beijing-based Lenovo. When Google picked it up back in 2011 it didn’t put it through massive rebranding, it simply came to be known as “a Google...

Candy Crush Hires Girl’s Nails As Advertising Space

03/31/2014, When it comes to the world of advertising, I guess nothing is sacred, and there are always new possibilities when it comes to exploring uncharted advertising areas. Case in point, this particular marketing idea that sees King’s Candy Crush sponsoring a...

BlackBerry Will Continue To Bleed Money For Two Years [Analyst]

03/31/2014, Since the top job was handed to John Chen, BlackBerry has taken a number of extreme measures to cut down the rate at which it has been burning through cash. The company has been posting losses quarter after quarter, so it really needs to tighten the belt....

UK Legalizes CD Rips From June 1 2014 Onwards

03/30/2014, Progress has been extremely slow when it comes to the UK and its copyright law making their way across the finish line in the digital era. It has taken a rather lengthy two-year legislative process for the UK’s Intellectual Property Office to publish...

Acer Sends Out Invites For 29th April Event

03/30/2014, Wearable technology is definitely a big thing and it has only been growing. In fact this year we’ve seen efforts from LG, Samsung, Motorola, and Sony and we’re still pretty early in the year. What this means is that it is possible that there could be...

Changing Fonts Could Save The Government A Lot Of Money

03/30/2014, By now most of us have realized that different fonts come in different sizes and thickness. For example Arial Bold is naturally a lot thicker compared to Arial, and what this means is that the amount of ink required to print an entire page written in...