Saturday, October 26, 2014

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Architect’s dream of Levitating Houses turns into a Hoverboard
Architect’s dream of Levitating Houses turns into a Hoverboard

For the past 20 years, architect Greg Henderson has been trying to figure out ways of building safer buildings to withstand earthquakes. Along the way, he came up with a method using electromagnetic fields to separate the building from the ground during an earthquake More

Stunning View of Solar System’s Largest Volcano Revealed

India’s Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) has delivered another sweet treat – a stunning view of our Solar System’s largest volcano and the largest canyon. Just days ago, MOM captured a new global image of the Red Planet dominated by Olympus Mons and Valles Marineris – which is the largest known volcano and the largestknown canyon in the Solar System, respectively. More

Google Earth 8.0 for Android adds new 3D tech, quicker map updates

Google has just announced a pretty big update for the Google Earth app for Android. The new version will be rolling out over the next week, bringing with it faster and smoother transitions as you’re zooming in. More





Google unveils Inbox, a new app to fix email

Inbox, which launched Wednesday, offers a different way of handling the daily avalanche of email. More

Nokia develops tech that could DOUBLE your battery life

With battery life consistently voted as the most important feature when upgrading a phone, handsets, chip makers and networks are working on ways to squeeze as much energy out of them as possible. More

You would love to own…

Nigel Quadros is the Director and Editor in Chief of AndroGuru, one of India’s better known android community websites, and a wizard on all things tech related More

Rough and tough

Techno Tinto is where you, the people, come together and tell us about their interesting acquisitions. Pranav Tendulkar talks about his cellular purchase More

In our digital world, are young people losing the ability to read emotions?
In our digital world, are young people losing the ability to read emotions?

Children’s social skills may be declining as they have less time for face-to-face interaction due to their increased use of digital media More

Now, listen to music on Twitter

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Soon you can train your smartphone to respond to gestures

Researchers, including one of Indianorigin, have developed new wireless sensing technology that could allow users to ‘train’ their smartphones to recognise and respond to hand gestures near the device. More

Videocon Infinium Graphite quadcore phone launched

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YotaPhone, with front and rear screens, introduced in India

The YotaPhone smartphone which sports a screen on the front and one on the rear has finally been launched in India after being leaked and then teased by Flipkart who is the exclusive seller of the handset. More

Apple unveils ‘world’s thinnest tablet’

Apple unveiled its new iPad Air 2 calling it as the “world’s thinnest tablet” along with the new iPad Mini 3 while introducing a new Mac operating system. More

Not a very smooth buy

Techno Tinto is where you, the people, come together and tell us about their interesting acquisitions. Akash Usgaonkar talks about his hot purchase More

It’s going to be very cloudy in the near future
It’s going to be very cloudy in the near future

Cloud computing will change the way we interact with technology in the years to come More

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