Month: October 2016

How to have videos recorded easily

October 27, 2016

Have it ever comes to you that you have seen something on your screen and you wish you have the option to record it? There are certain websites which do not have a recording option, for example, like Instagram and Skype and if you like something, it is very difficult to record it. Well, now […]

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Nintendo Switch Will Not Play Wii U Discs and 3DS Cartridges

October 23, 2016

The Nintendo Switch may feature backwards compatibility digitally There will be different bundles with various accessories for each region There’s no confirmation if the device will play smartphone apps yet   With Nintendo revealing the Nintendo Switch console via a slick three minute video, more details about the console are slowly being made public. In […]

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Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Launch Confirmed for October 25

October 23, 2016

The Mi Note 2 is one of the company’s most leaked smartphones this year It is tipped to sport a dual edge display as well as dual rear camera set The smartphone will be launched at an event in Beijing on Tuesday Xiaomi on Friday confirmed it will be launching the Mi Note 2 flagship […]

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Managing Your Sports Schedule Has Never Been Easier

October 21, 2016

Running a sports league can turn into hard work if the process isn’t organized and efficient. Fortunately, there are ways to automate parts of the process to make it easier for everyone involved. Paper and Pen Leave Lots of Room For Error Managing a sports league the old-fashioned way has plenty of shortcomings. First, it’s […]

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Artificial Intelligence Hub Opened at Cambridge University by Stephen Hawking

October 20, 2016

Professor Stephen Hawking on Wednesday opened a new artificial intelligence research centre at Britain’s Cambridge University. The Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI) will delve into AI applications ranging from increasingly “smart” smartphones to robot surgeons and “Terminator” style military droids. Funded by a £10 million ($12.3 million or roughly Rs. 82 crores) […]

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T-Mobile Fined $48 Million for Slowing Down Unlimited Data Plans

October 20, 2016

Federal regulators are slapping T-Mobile with millions of dollars in fines and other requirements after consumers complained that the wireless carrier misled them with its advertising on “unlimited” data. T-Mobile has agreed to pay $7.5 million (roughly Rs. 50 crores) to the government and to compensate affected consumers with $35.5 million (roughly Rs. 236 crores) […]

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Continues Japan Expedition With Shinzo Abe Meeting

October 17, 2016

Amid sluggish iPhone sales around the world, Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook is lavishing more attention on Japan, a country where his products still reign supreme. A day after visiting Nintendo headquarters in Kyoto, Cook met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Friday. The two discussed Apple’s development centre in […]

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This Foldable Keyboard Is Also a Windows 10 Computer

October 17, 2016

Technology is becoming ever more flexible and portable, and now, a flexible keyboard has been launched for just $199.99 that works as a computer too. The Vensmile K8 is a keyboard that is flexible and also doubles up as a Windows 10 computer. With such a price tag, the keyboard promises specifications similar to a […]

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Solar Chargeable 6000mAh Power Bank With Water Proofing Launched

October 14, 2016

It will be available via all popular e-commerce websites It supports both solar and electricity charging UIMI U3 Power Bank is water and dust proof Delhi-based UIMI Technologies has unveiled its 6000mAh UIMI U3 Power Bank in India. Priced at Rs. 799, the new power bank is the company’s first ‘Make in India’ power bank […]

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HP Plans Up to 4,000 Job Cuts Over Three Years Amid PC Slump

October 14, 2016

The company will eliminate positions across the board HP has about 50,000 employees now Newest job cuts will generate cost savings of up to $300 million HP Inc. plans to cut 3,000 to 4,000 jobs over the next three years to help bring costs in line with slumping demand in the market for personal computers […]

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