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The latest and greatest from the tech world, curated for you.

Robots are Everywhere

October 10, 2013 |

Robots are used everywhere. Sales of industrial robots have risen to record levels and they have huge, untapped potential for domestic chores like mowing the lawn and vacuuming the carpet. Last year 3,000 underwater robots, 2,300 demolition robots and 1,600 … Read More

Era of the Giant Tablet

October 10, 2013 |

Apparently, Samsung’s 11.6-inch Windows 8 preview tablet wasn’t big enough because it’s nothing compared to the giant tablet Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer has in his office. Software giant Microsoft created Jumbo tablet running the Operating System Windows 8, the 80-inch … Read More

The iWatch Fever

October 7, 2013 |

Apple has secretly revealed that they will be announcing a new iWatch smartwatch at WWDC 2013. Cleverly hidden within their recently released WWDC banner are components that look interestingly similar to several competitor smartwatch watch faces. Couple that with Tim Cook’s tease of … Read More

Newkia to do what Nokia never did: Build an Android Smartphone.

September 12, 2013 |

When I look back at my opinion on Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia, I realize that I am in a small minority here. The general consensus has been mourning the demise of a heritage and the existence of the Finnish manufacturer … Read More

Wysips® Light-powered Charging Technology: A boon for Smartphone batteries?

September 10, 2013 |

Just the other day I was in this cycle of thought that potential Smartphone charging technologies have been discussed to the death and writing about them serves no good since many of them are still some time away from real-world … Read More

Microsoft acquires Nokia’s Phones unit and license patents for $7.2b

September 5, 2013 |

As someone who writes about consumer tech, even I sometimes miss out on the excitement quotient when it comes to major acquisitions. Maybe as a writer, it has become a monotonous part of our jobs or maybe these acquisitions are … Read More

Facebook to continue obliging global government requests for user data

August 30, 2013 |

If I learnt anything from the Ed Snowden and NSA Prism episode, it was that the risk of the collated user information getting compromised is just perceived as collateral damage by the agencies involved and that it would not stop. … Read More

Will Robert Downey Jr. be enough to sway the Phablet crowd towards HTC One Max?!

August 30, 2013 |

Competition makes you do things. The likes of Xperia Z Ultra, Galaxy Mega 6.3 and Optimus G Pro and the upcoming Note III might soon have to content with sharing the Phablet segment spoils with HTC One Max which might … Read More

Samsung’s Newest Galaxy Note III to have 4K Video Recording and 24-bit Audio

August 28, 2013 |

As the IFA 2013 in Berlin draws near, Samsung is getting ready with its guns to present its newest phone to the masses – namely, the Galaxy Note III.  Officials from Samsung have confirmed that the newest iteration of the … Read More

Facebook Introduces Collaborative Photo Albums, Startups Die

August 28, 2013 |

In its ongoing quest to devour the entire world, Facebook has released a new feature that will finally allow for collaborative photo albums.  What this means is that multiple people will be able to upload photos to the same album … Read More