How to Protect Your Gadgets from Cyber Crime

Nowadays, there seems to be newer and shinier gadgets released everyday. This relentless growth has also begun shifting the focus to other factors that are more important than a new iPhone release coming in a different colorway or having groundbreaking photographic specs. The issue of cybersecurity is one aspect that has long been overlooked and undervalued, as a report from Juniper Research found that over 146 billion digital records will be stolen in the next five years, many of which will be taken from everyday gadgets. But as manufacturers continue…

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Cyberpunk 2077 Not Coming to Nintendo Switch

The sci-fi RPG Cyberpunk 2077 is unlikely to be ported over to the Switch. CD Projekt Red’s John Mamais confirmed this, although he did, however, leave a sliver of hope that the game will eventually come over to Switch. He cited the case of The Witcher 3, which CD Projekt Red was able to port over to Switch this October — 4 years after it was initially released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. “Who would have thought a game like The Witcher 3 would be possible on…

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How Tech is Changing Tourism as We Know It

From finance and education to agriculture and entertainment, new and exciting technology is radically changing industries everywhere. This shift has also well and truly entered the world of tourism, with numerous tourist spots, travel agencies, and local governments doing their best to incorporate innovation and enhance travel experiences across the globe. Although many of these developments may seem quite flashy and futuristic, at its core, tourism is still very much about meaningful human interactions and great customer service — albeit with a 21st century update that had only previously existed…

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HTC 10 Specifications, Images and Launch Dates Revealed In Latest Leak

For some time now, the online world has been flooded with leaks and rumors about HTC‘s latest smartphone – the HTC 10. While nothing has officially been mentioned by the company itself, apart from the metal bezel it teased in an image, many websites claimed to know the detailed specifications and even the launch date of the device. Sadly, most of those rumors turned out to be fake, but it hasn’t stopped the rumors from flooding in on a daily basis. Today, again we find some new information about the…

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5 Educational Gadgets to get for your Growing Child

Today’s mobile devices have paved the ways for the expansion and acceptance of digital learning, especially for growing children. With the help of educational apps, modern kids are now equipped with helpful tools where they learn various subjects easily through visual content. To turn smartphones and tablets into a complete learning tool, there are various educational toys that can be connected with it for a more interactive play. These learning gadgets assist in the development of the child’s knowledge, enhancement of skills, and understanding social responsibility. Here are five of…

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Mobile Technology through the Ages

For the past three decades, we’ve seen how mobile technology developed from being wired to wireless. It changed our generation, and it will continue to do so for the next one. To better understand how it affected our lives, let’s go back in time and trace its evolution. 1G: The Age of Analog Network In 1979, NTT or the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Company launched the first commercially-automated cellular network in Tokyo, Japan. In just a span of five years, they were able to expand their network all over Japan…

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Taking great photographs through your smartphone lenses

Taking great photographs through your smartphone lenses As mobile devices become equipped with powerful camera features and lenses, it is not surprising to know that mobile photography continues to blossom. Research released by Mitek System showed that one in every three Millenials surveyed in the United States wants to communicate to others by snapping mobile photos. The study also revealed that the increasing number of smartphone ownership has also paved the way to this trend. Evan Blackwell of walsworthyearbooks.com discussed the basics about exploring the world of iPhoneography, where he…

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Empatica’s Embrace Wearable tracks and detects seizure

Although top mobile companies introduced us to their own fitness bands and smartwatches in 2014 and in 2015, experts predicted that 2016 will be the “year of wearable tech,” where more advanced devices will be launched on the market. The successful release of the long-awaited Apple Watch (once dubbed as iWatch) made a standard that is quite difficult to break. Early this year, we witnessed some of the top health-related wearables from mobile giants like Samsung at the International Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2015, particularly bands that assist specialized illnesses.…

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Music world goes Mobile: The portable digital spin in the industry

With applications that offer users the same music experience from their computers, people are now enjoying the trend of bringing their favorite tunes with them wherever they go. Smart devices (handsets and tablets) are now able to keep mp3 and mp4 files that they can repeatedly listen to while in and out of their houses. In fact, as these gadgets are able to connect to the internet, downloading music and watching music videos on YouTube are not all new to us. In August 2013, eMarketer reported that more than 99…

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Get ready to ride a Hoverboard

This is a guest post by Daris of Triple Tremelo. In recent times we have seen a number of objects entering the real world from the pages of science fiction. This is happening particularly due to crowdfunding websites that are helping developers to turn these imaginary devices into real gadgets. One project that involves incorporation of fictional technology into real devices is the Oculus Rift project. It was originally crowd funded by Kickstarter, the world’s biggest funding platform. After being funded by Kickstarter for one and half years, the project…

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