Archive | March, 2013

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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