Most of the smartphones out there have a battery problem. They just don’t last as long as we expect it to. To use our smartphones without interruption when the battery juice is low, we have power banks available these days. Power Banks give your smartphones enough juice to keep it going.
Nifty, an U.K. based company that had successfully kickstarted the MiniDrive back in 2012, has come up with a new product yet again and is awaiting to raise funds. XOO Belt is what they are calling it. It is a wearable belt like any other belt but equipped with battery life for your dying smartphones.
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Nokia might have sold its mobile division to Microsoft but it still owns a technology division and it is this division which has come up with a hardware product. The Nokia N1 Android tablet.
This is the first hardware product Nokia has launched after it was acquired by Microsoft. It is really surprising to see Nokia enter the tablet market under it own branding.
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Its the era of wearable technology and we had wearables in the form of Smartwatches and Smartglasses. Here is an addition to these: A Smartshoe.
Ducere Technologies Pvt., an Indian startup, has manufactured the next big thing in wearable technology. The Smartshoe dubbed as “Lechal” is a Bluetooth enabled shoe and will sync up with the app on your smartphone to make your navigation easier.
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Google is known to try its hand at everything and here we are with one of its new products. A Domain Registration Service.
Google Domains is what it is called and you can check it out at domains.google.com. This is currently in the beta phase and will be serving on an invite-only basis. This could be a real competitor to the existing and established services like GoDaddy.
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Samsung Galaxy S5 came out with some great features and two of them were: dust and water resistant. Everyone might have had a though that “How dust and water resistant is Samsung Galaxy S5?” For all those people, here is an answer from Samsung.
In the new ad for Galaxy S5, Samsung highlights the device’s dust and water resistant features certified by IP67. In the ad, you can watch little naughty brats taking on the device by watering it, shooting it with water guns, putting a whole bag of baking powder on it and splashing water at it (and not to forget the one holding the phone).
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A new research report sent by KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo to investors includes the probable Apple iPhone 6 specifications. Kou is very accurate when it comes to predicting about Apple products.
According to the report sent on Thursday, a major noticeable change in iPhone 6 will be the placement of sleep/wake button. The sleep/wake button will be placed on the side instead of top of the iPhone. He is also sure that Apple will be releasing two different sizes of iPhones, 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch iPhone.
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A new report claims that Apple iWatch release date could fall somewhere in the month of September, which further strengthens the previous claims suggesting that iWatch will be launched in the third quarter.
According to the sources, the three Flexible PCB suppliers: Flexium Interconnect, Zhen Ding Technology Holding and Career Technology have already submitted their circuit board samples to be used in manufacturing of Apple’s iWatch.
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A very critical bug has been found in the OpenSSL library named “Heartbleed” which risks all your secure data transmitted over the Internet. Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug could give the hackers a bright chance of stealing your encrypted data and decrypt it without leaving a single trace.
Most websites implement security measures by either enabling SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Security Layer) encryption found in the OpenSSL library. The Heartbleed bug came into existence in December 2011 and have affected a few versions of OpenSSL. The versions affected by the bug are 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f and 1.0.2-beta releases. Finally the bug was fixed on Monday in the OpenSSL 1.0.1g release.
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If you were thinking of waking up early in the morning today to submit your name in a quest to attend the Google I/O, well, I have a bad news for you. Google I/O registration dates have been postponed by a week and the registration window will be open from April 15th to April 18th.
The reason for the last minute change in the registration window is due to the fact that Google is not actually ready with system that will randomly pick the users.
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The Micro, a 3D printer which is dubbed as “The First Truly Consumer 3D Printer” transformed from being just an idea into reality in just 11 minutes. It was posted on Kickstarter with a goal of $50,000 but within such a short time it achieved it.
The Kickstarer campaign launched by M3D LLC still has 29 days left, but already it has accumulated a sum of $760,936 from around 2800 backers, at the time of posting. In just a single day, they have got 15x times the amount they had targeted to achieve from 30 days.
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