Sling TV Is Here – Watch out Old TV

Sling TV has come up with a refreshing approach in its campaign where it boldly demeans the traditional ways of watching TV like cable and satellite TV. If you have seen the latest ad of Sling TV, you will surely be able to relate with the ways in which we get caught in the old TV set up.

The advertisement shows how anyone who uses cable TV or satellite to watch television is caught up in contracts, hidden costs, paying for ...

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The Battle of the Ride Sharing Services – Uber vs Lyft

The battle between the two ride-sharing services is mounting as users continue to stay divided on which one is better. Both services make it easy for you to grab a ride with the help of your phone, get you to your destination quickly and will take payments automatically without you having to hand cash or card to the drivers. Calling a cab by using your phone is way easier than hailing a cab the traditional way. Additionally, there are so ...

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Investigation on the Brainchild of Bitcoin Takes a Mysterious Turn

The controversies surrounding Satoshi Nakamato takes an interesting turn as we have a new revelation about the brainchild of Bitcoin. The decentralized, peer to peer payment network has had the name Satoshi Nakamato attached to it since the beginning; however the world is still looking for the true identity of the founder of Bitcoin.

Investigations have often ended without any results when it comes to finding who the real Satoshi Nakamato is. A 64-year old engineer from California who went by ...

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UHD TVs vs HD TVs and Which One Is Better

Recently the warning from NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) caught the user’s attention that the UHD (Ultra High Definition) TVs use 30% more energy than HDTVs.

Going through the details, as the usage of the UHD Televisions has been enormously increasing as the day passes the power consumption is also increasing with the demand. The consumers are more interested towards buying the UHD instead of HD Television. The quality has become the top priority for the user and this leading ...

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Work-in-Progress to Build the Largest Cloning Factory in China

Tianjin, the North port city of China, will witness the creation of the largest animal cloning factory. The controversial science of cloning may finally get widespread acceptance as commercialization begins. The safety of cloning has been questioned innumerable times even after successful clones have been produced in different parts of the world.

Pets, beef cattle as well as racehorses will be cloned in the plant which is located in Tianjin Economic and Technological Development Area (TEDA). It is a ...

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Blackberry Priv – Android May be Blackberry’s Saving Grace

Blackberry had once owned the market of smartphones like a king. Its devices were the first choice among bankers, lawyers, office executives and sales people. This was approximately a little less than a decade ago, when the phone’s operating system had fewer competitors and a promising privacy feature. As Android took over the world of smart phones, other operating systems have seen a gradual death, except the iPhone which has kept its head up high all the time.

With a footprint ...

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Airbnb Wins Proposition F but This May Just Be the Beginning

Airbnb’s success at the ballot for Proposition F in the city of San Francisco may be a victory celebrated too early. As landowners and housing activists keep trying to bring down websites like Airbnb, believing that this service which started turning apartments and houses into hotel rooms is responsible for displacing residents as homeowners.

What is Proposition F?

The proposition would have restricted private rentals in San Francisco to 75 nights a year and also imposed regulations to the effect that such ...

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Stepping into the Holiday Season with Black Friday

As customers and retailers gear up for the holiday season, Black Friday which will be celebrated on November 27 this year will see customers flocking stores for some of the best shopping deals of the year. While Black Friday turns into an extended weekend with it being followed by Cyber Monday, retailers are yet to disclose their Black Friday advertisements and the deals that customers can look forward to.

As retailers compete every year to open the stores as early ...

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Step into the Future with Delivery Robots

Step into the Future with Delivery Robots

Skype’s co-founders Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis have established Starship Technologies, which will be a part of the robotics industry. The company aims at solving the “last mile problem” by creating delivery robots that will deliver products to the homes of customers.

Although the company is still in its early stages, it envisages changing the face of retail marketing through delivery robots. The company plans to run a pilot project by the year 2016 ...

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Unlimited OneDrive Storage goes Limited

Microsoft’s latest announcement for Office 365 home and university subscribers is that OneDrive is no longer unlimited. This drastic change has been justified by Microsoft as a way to avoid misuse of the storage space. The company stated that a few users were storing PC backups, extremely long hours of video recordings and entire movie collections, taking advantage of the unlimited space provided by OneDrive.

The following changes will affect the OneDrive users:

  • Office 365 users will now be getting 1TB of ...
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