Apple to Deliver Keynote Presentation – iPhone 5S Info to be Released

On September 10, Apple will deliver its highly anticipated keynote presentation where rumours and speculations regarding the company’s next moves will be put to rest. Included in the media event will be the updates to the company’s famous iPhone series and possible news on its future ventures. The Cupertino-based tech titan was notorious for not disclosing any prior information before the release of its products. Unlike rivals such as Samsung and Microsoft where beta versions have been made available for testing, Apple’s iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C have been kept…

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Clinkle: Revolutionizing the Mobile Payment Industry

As mobile payment becomes the favored mode of transaction among consumers, companies are now jumping on this trend to find more ways to improve their virtual services. One of the leading innovations in this industry is the Clinkle. This soon to be released app promises a faster mode of payment for the tech-savvy consumers. Let’s take a look at how this new platform revolutionizes the mobile point of sales (MPOS) system.   The current system These days, the most common technology used in mobile payment systems is through the Radio…

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Dive Into the Sony Xperia ZR

Tokyo, Japan based company Sony announced that it has a new product in their lineup. Users who want to bring their devices anywhere without worries, the Sony Xperia ZR is your perfect match. Read on to find out why.   Falling In Love with Xperia ZR Let’s take an in depth look at the features of this power packed device. The company promises that this phone is worth your money. It is dust resistant with a durable glass for a screen. The real selling point though is, the Xperia ZR…

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The New Halo TV Series To Be Produced By Steven Spielberg

When we think of Steven Spielberg, the first thing that comes to mind would be “E.T the Extraterrestrial”, and admit it, it made us all cry. Can he spin his magic for one of the most-popular video game franchises of all time as well?   This billion dollar-earning movie cemented its name in history. But when we mention the word Halo, you know it’s one of the best games ever developed. Since Microsoft wanted to go big with the launch of the Xbox One, they wanted something different this time.…

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A Life Saved By 3D Printing

How 3D printing technology is being adopted into the medical field – and beginning to save lives. Kaiba went home looking healthy with his proud parents in October 2011. The view about his health changed one evening when the family went out to dinner. While in the restaurant, Kaiba stopped breathing and turned blue. He was rushed to the hospital that night.   He was sent home after staying in the hospital for ten days. However, he was back in the hospital two days after his discharge. It was after…

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Google Voice to Rescue Twitter’s New Security System

You can now use Google Voice with Twitter’s two-factor authentication service. Last May 22, Twitter pulled the curtain down to reveal the feature as the solution to the string of malicious hacking incidents on high-profile accounts. Similar to the ones employed on ATM machines, the two-factor authentication lets Twitter users to sign in using a code, apart from the usual username and password. This prevents hackers to invade an account with the use of a keylogging spyware. The Twitter login verification can be activated in the Privacy Settings tab. Once…

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The House of Coates Tweet

Many homeowners have are often wondering about what’s happening at home whenever they are out. Tom Coates, a San Francisco based British designer was able to answer this by giving his house its own Twitter account. Home Tweet Home Coates’ house posts regularly on its Twitter account @houseofcoates. These tweets alert the owner of what’s happening at home, even when he’s away. The house tweets status updates about the weather, temperature, whether it turned the lights on or off. It even sends tweets to its owner regarding the state of…

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Nokia Steps Up its Game, Releases Asha 501

  To keep up with the steep competition among smart phone developers in the market, Nokia globally released Asha 501 – an affordable, compact, and colorful mobile phone aimed at emerging markets. Will it help Nokia gain lost ground in the mobile phone war? As part of its range of budget phones, the new Asha 501 which was released in New Delhi, India is priced at $99 making it one of the cheapest smartphones to date.   During the event, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said the built of the phone…

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The Creative Cloud: Is Adobe (really) sticking it to the customers?

  Adobe’s recent announcement of its intent to effectively cease development and distribution of their Creative Suite line to push their new subscription service generated a lot of online backlash in less than a week. In the midst of the protests and the information drives, one will have to ask: Is Adobe really trying to rip off its customers with its move to the Creative Cloud software-as-a-service model?   An online petition on Change.org has already managed to gather more than 9,000 signatures in less than a week, firmly telling…

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BlackBerry brings BBM to Android and iOS Platforms This Summer

At the recently-concluded BlackBerry Live event in Orlando, CEO Thorsten Heins uncovered a bombshell when he announced the upcoming release of BlackBerry Messenger on the Android and iOS platforms. BlackBerry’s exclusive messaging service has always been one of the key selling points of the company’s proprietary system since its introduction in 2006. With the announcement, BlackBerry is making history by releasing no less than its strongest offering outside the BB platform, and in doing so brings the service to millions of potential users. The BlackBerry CEO owes the decision to…

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