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Happy Thanksgiving to you all !

Wishing you blessings of Health, Happiness & Success on Thanksgiving & ALWAYS ! NAJMTEK TEAM

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Najmtek @ICT SPRING 2013

NAJMTEK has is the great pleasure to invite you to the upcoming event: ICT Spring 2013 19 & 20 June at Luxexpo 10 circuit de la Foire Internationale L-1347 Luxembourg-Kirchberg NAJMTEK will present its innovation UBOOK, the All In One Multitouch Laptop, that has been awarded EUROPEAN ICT INNOVATION 2012! You will find us Booth […]

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18-year-old californian girl invents 20-Second Cell Phone Charger

Eesha Khare, a native california teen has attracted the attention of tech giants Google for her potentially revolutionary invention which charges a phone in 20 seconds flat. The Harvard-bound teenager last week received in Phoenix one of two Intel Foundation Young Scientist Awards for her work with energy-efficient storage devices: a $50,000 scholarship! Wendy Hawkins, […]

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Autodesk buys TinkerCAD

In an announcement made over the weekend, Autodesk revealed that it will acquire the browser-based design application Tinkercad. With this acquisition, Autodesk is doubling down on easy-to-use 3D design software. Tinkercad’s tag line is ‘mind to design in minutes’  and the browser-based 3D modeling removes technical barriers to allow anyone — designers and non-designers alike — […]

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Yahoo acquired TUMBLR for $1.1 bn

Yahoo just announced that it has acquired Tumblr, the social media and blogging network, for $1.1 billion, in a all cash deal. Yahoo said that Tumblr has more than 300 million monthly unique visitors and 120,000 signups every day, 900 posts a second and 24bn minutes spent on the site every month. On mobile, more […]

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The technological cooperation between China and France after Holland’s visit

April 25, 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping held a welcoming ceremony for French President Hollande’s visit to China.This visit is Hollande’s first visit to China after becoming president, and it is also Xi Jinping’s  first reception of western country leader. China and France signed the technological innovation, environmental protection, sustainable urban development, culture, tourism, nuclear […]

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Google launches “Google Play for Education”

At its I/O developer conference in San Francisco, Google announced Google Play for Education: a version of the Play store that is aimed and curated for young kids. Google Play for Education will be organized by subject matter and grade level, making it easy for teachers to find exactly what they want to deploy. As part […]

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Apple Reaches 50 Billion App Downloads

Little less than five years after the launch of the App Store and Apple is now celebrating a new huge milestone! The iPhone and iPad maker on Thursday announced that its App Store officially hit the 50 billion app download mark. This number only includes unique downloads and not re-downloads or updates. When announcing this […]

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We are pleased to announce that we support Inception Days, which will take place from May 16th to May 18th in Thessaloniki, bringing together Iconoclastic “Doers” representing, Corporations, NGOs, Academia, Venture Capitalists, entrepreneurs, journalists and active citizens seeking to cultivate innovation.  Inception Days seeks to discover, share, and implement solutions to grow innovation ecosystems, by […]

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Foxconn to become major investor in fiber-optic venture

Taiwan-based fiber-optic cable maker Tai Tung Communication, the major shareholder of The Taiwan Intelligent Fiber Optic Network Consortium – Taifo –, has just announced it is giving purchasing priority of its paid-in capital increase to Hon Yun Development & Investment, a subsidiary of Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry). Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. will […]

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Amazon Introduces Amazon Coins virtual currency

Amazon has officially launched its own virtual currency program, dubbed Amazon Coins dedicated to Kindle Fire owners. To kick it off all Kindle Fire owner, located in America, were given 500 free Amazon Coins in their account, which is worth $5. Even if free coins are only for US customers, anyone using Kindle fire can head […]

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Viber Launches PC and Mac versions

Viber is basically a multi-platform application allowing users to chat and make calls between smartphones. Today, Viber has released its desktop version of App for PCs and Mac. Viber said that it has over 200 million users from various platforms, and this user-base is likely to grow exponentially after the introduction of desktop version and […]

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A boy and his atom: the world’s smallest movie from IBM

IBM has just released the world’s smallest movie. It is called “A boy and his atom”, and was created by researchers at IBM moving thousands of single atoms on a copper surface. The film,  A Boy and His Atom, is 60 seconds long and made of 242 individual stop-motion frames, with each frame being roughly […]

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Alibaba buys 18% stake in China’s Twitter-type Weibo service

Chinese biggest e-commerce firm Alibaba Group, that is 23% owned by Yahoo, has just acquired an 18 percent stake in web portal Sina’s microblogging service Weibo. It is its first big move into selling advertising on China’s highly competitive social networks. Alibaba will pay $586m for the stake, valuing Weibo at more than $3 billion. It […]

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Today is World Intellectual Property Day

Today is the World Intellectual Property (IP) Day which is observed on 26 April each year. It aims to promote discussion of the role of intellectual property in encouraging innovation and creativity worldwide. World Intellectual Property Organisation’s (WIPO) member states designated April 26, the day on which the WIPO Convention came into force in 1970, […]

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Microsoft will bring back the START Button on Windows 8.1

Microsoft is reportedly planning to bring back the Start button in the 8.1 Windows Blue update it will be releasing later this year. It is also rumored early this week that Microsoft will also allow desktop and laptop PCs to boot directly to the Windows desktop as well instead of the Metro interface. But should […]

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Earth Day 2013 honoured with Google’s animation of seasons

Earth Day is 43 years’ old today. Google is commemorating this millestones by one of Google’s annual doodles dedicated to the event. This is Google’s 13th Earth Day doodle. Today’s elaborate animation shows the cycle of seasons represented by the rising and falling sun and moon. Users can play and pause the moon and sun […]

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Deezer launches Windows 8 App

Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system gets another music streaming service this week: Deezer. The app is launching in the Windows Store, providing Deezer users with direct access to the service in a touch-friendly UI. The French web-based music streaming service is available in over 180 countries and boasts over 3 million subscribers. Deezer has around […]

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Provo is the next stop for Google Fiber network

One week after it announced it was bringing its Google Fiber network to Austin, Texas, the search company said this week that Provo, Utah will be the third city to get its superfast 1 gigabit speed service (100x faster than the speed available to average U.S. residents today). According to published reports, Provo will sell the […]

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HTC One Launched In The US

HTC’s new flagship Android smartphone, the HTC One has gone on sale in the US from yesterday,. It is available only only from two U.S. carriers: AT&T and Sprint, but also from a number of retailers including BestBuy, Amazon, and others. T-Mobile announced price plans web orders now and in-store availability on April 24. Unfortunately […]

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NASA Astronomers found two Earth-like planets

A team of scientists, including NASA Scientists, but also Carnegie’s Alan Boss, has discovered two Earth-like planets in the habitable orbit of a Sun-like star, 1,200 light years away, which could potentially host human life. Their work is published in Science Express. Using observations gathered by NASAs Kepler Mission, the team, led by William Borucki […]

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Samsung Evolution Kit Debuts in Korea

Samsung released evolution kit in Korea for the first time in the world. The Smart Evolution Kit (SEK-1000) will upgrade 2012 year type smart TVs to the latest version once attached into the back of a Samsung Smart TV. Customers will so enjoy all the features of the 2013 Smart TVs at a small cost, […]

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NAJMTEK is supporting Byte Night 2013

Najmtek is supporting he IT industry’s annual sleep out in support of Action for Children: BYTE NIGHT 2013. This year the event is celebrating 15 years of IT professionals changing young people’s lives. Each year hundreds of individuals and teams from across the technology and business community spend a night exposed to the elements in […]

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Dish Network bids $25.5 billion for Sprint

Satellite TV distributor Dish Network announced that it has submitted a merger proposal to the Board of Directors of Sprint Nextel Corporation for a total cash and stock consideration of $25.5 billion, a move that could derail a similar offer by the Japanese phone company SoftBank. Dish has offered $17.3 billion in cash and $8.2 […]

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IVF pioneer Robert Edwards dies at the age of 87

Robert Edwards, the scientist known as the father of IVF for pioneering the development of “test tube babies” for couples unable to conceive naturally, died on Wednesday aged 87. “It is with deep sadness that the family announces that Professor Sir Robert Edwards, Nobel prizewinner, scientist and co-pioneer of IVF, passed away peacefully in his […]

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Leonhard Euler’s 306th birthday honoured by Google Doodle

Leonhard Euler, one of the most greatest mathematicians of all times, is the subject of Monday’s Google doodle. The Swiss mathematician and physicist is well known for introducing much of the mathematical terminology and notation that is used today, such as the notion of a mathematical function. He also made important discoveries in the field […]

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the ad industry market increase 3,2% in 2012

According to Nielsen’s quarterly Global AdView Pulse report, 2012 closed out on a positive note for the global ad industry that increases 3.2 percent year-over-year to reach a market of $557 billion. All regions except Europe increased their ad spending in 2012, but the most impressive growth comes from the Middle East/African market. As the […]

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a new gaming tablet: the Tekniser TEK 807D

Tekniser is the latest company planning to launch a 7 inch Android tablet especially designed for gaming. The Tekniser Tek 807D has been unveiled this week by Tekniser in the form of  an Android gaming tablet, which looks like the PSP. This tablet will feature a dual-core processor and game controllers built into the sides. […]

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Twitter launching Music app

The microblogging service Twitter is planning to launch its new long-rumored standalone music application on Friday, according to sources familiar with the matter. This new music service suggests artists and songs based on the accounts users follow. Users will be able to listen to clips of music from inside the app, using third-party services like […]

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Linkedin grows with Pulse Newsreader takeover

LinkedIn today announced that it has acquired Pulse, the popular news reading and mobile content distribution company.   Pulse is a well-known platform for content gathering from the Internet. This platform has more than 30 million users across 190 countries, accessible through iOS and Android-based newsreader applications. Approximately 40 percent of its users are outside […]

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Google Fiber expands to Austin

The next city to get Google’s ultra-high-speed Fiber network is Austin, Texas. Google Fiber offers Internet speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second, which Google says is 100 times faster than the average American Internet user’s service. Austin will be only the second city in the U.S. to get Google’s broadband service, which is said […]

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Ubuntu now available on Dell’s Alienware X51

Alienware, one of the world’s leading gaming PC hardware manufacturers, has revealed a new variant of its Alienware X51 gaming PCs that comes complete with Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux operating system as an option for customers in the United States. Alienware has been selling Windows-sporting versions of the X51 for more than a year now at […]

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Zuckerberg unveils new Home on Android

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, has just introduced today a new application for Android-driven smartphones and tablets. He took the stage a little after 1pm at Menlo Park, California, to unveil what the company is calling “FACEBOOK HOME“. If you were waiting for something radically new and different, you will be disappointed! In fact, the […]

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Viber starts service for Windows phone 8

After several months as a watered down messaging app, Viber, a leading mobile communications platform offering free messaging and HD-quality phone calls, has announced the release of Viber for Windows Phone 8, including VoIP calling. Starting today, the redesigned VoIP application brings Viber’s free messaging and voice calls to the latest and most advanced generation […]

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Some Egg-cellent Easter Apps

Easter is just here and there are so many ways to enjoy this Spring holiday. It is time to get into the spirit of Easter by following all the traditions including buying chocolate bunnies, basket of candies, coloring the eggs and visiting the Easter parade with full boom. But you can also get a jump […]

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Solar Impulse Airplane first Flight across America

The Solar Impulse, the world’s first airplane to fly both day and night without fuel, powered entirely by energy harvested from the sun, will soon take off from Moffett Field — kicking off the first leg of its cross-country tour. Depending on the weather conditions, a number of technical flights will take place from March […]

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Facebook will unveil the Facebook Phone at April 4 event

Facebook just has sent out invitations to a press event at its headquarters on April 4th to “Come See Our New Home On Android”. This invitation naturally led to fresh speculation about the company’s intention to produce its own Facebook-centric smartphone.  For nearly 18 months, rumors of a Facebook phone have continued to persist. And for […]

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Sell It Forward – eBay tests donations program

eBay is reinvigorating its core market with a host of new experiments. But eBay’s latest initiative, a new charitable experiment called Sell It Forward, is a little different from the other recent efforts that have focused mostly on re-branding and expanding the reach of PayPal. eBay has partnered with a with non-profit organisation Goodwill to allows […]

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Upcoming Amazon Smartphone to feature 4.7-inch display

Amazon is rumored for a long time to be developing its own smartphone to add to its existing range of Kindle tablets and e-readers. The specifications of the rumored smartphone are scarce at the moment, but the device is rumored to sport a 4.7″ display, slightly bigger than the 4.3-inch display that the company had originally planned. “The […]

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Famous CEOs who earn ‘Only’ $1 a Year

CEOs are generally notorious for enormous pay packages: on average $10.5 million a year, according to Forbes. But some chief executives opt to receive something less lofty, a base annual salary of just $1 or less per year! Lee Iacocca, Chrysler CEO, is credited to have been the pionneer in 1978 to get the $1 […]

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Logitech Harmony Touch, the touch too much Universal Remote Control

The Logitech Harmony Touch remote control will give you the power to operate your home entertainment system with just a finger. It features an intuitive one-touch interaction with a vibrant, color touchscreen that displays channel icons, number pad, and other settings so you can access all your favourite movies, shows, and more with a simple […]

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Minuum keyboard rethinks the way you type

Writing on a touch screen device is still a huge problem for many users. It is sometimes terrible, mainly because a virtual keyboard in use takes up half or your smartphone or tablet screen, and it is really ugly. Toronto-based startup Whirlscape may have solved that with the introduction of Minuum, a simple, yet intelligent single row […]

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Amazon KINDLE FIRE HD 2 rumored to cost less than $99

How low will Amazon’s tablets be sold? We’re now hearing that Amazon may be expanding its Kindle Fire line of tablets with a new, low-cost version of the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD, according to a report from TechCrunch. This new tablet will be sold at a price tag of only $99, less than half the […]

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Google Keep, a taking-note rival to Evernote, is live

It looks like Evernote has another competitor in the note-taking game. After OneNot, Catch, and all you other to-do lists apps, and while Apple’s iOS has had a Notes app and a Reminders app baked in for some time now, Google’s coming after you with its new Google Keep service. The giant search has officially […]

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Pinterest acquires LIVESTAR, the mobile recommendation startup

Pinterest has confirmed today its purchase of Livestar, a mobile/local recommendations application founded by Microsoft alum Fritz Lanman, who is also angel investor itself. He has backed several startup like Square, Getaround and Pinterest. Livestar, the social recommendation app gave users ideas on the best content around them, and lets you see reviews for restaurants, […]

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Paper is not dead…

Your new tablet computer may help you declutter your life, but paper won’t ever die. Personnally I have never embraced the predictions that the book was dead or the era of paper is over. Which probably explains why this video of a French commercial warmed by lonely laggard heart. Watch and enjoy:  When “Paperless” won’t […]

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GALAXY S4: Samsung’s newest smartphone revealed

The Galaxy S4 (or Galaxy S IV, as it is officially known) was released Thursday evening at an event at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The fourth in the increasingly popular Galaxy S line is Samsung’s latest attack at Apple and its iPhone. The rumors were true, and more. Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is […]

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