Sea Hero Quest – A Gaming App That Aims at Combating Dementia

What better way to identify dementia than to have a huge audience around the world play a game? That is exactly what scientists are aiming to do with the help of a game called Sea Hero Quest. This new game has been launched recently and is available on smartphones worldwide. In the game, players set sail as they begin searching for precious artifacts which are in the form of memories. These artifacts can be collected at different locations around ...

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Apple Updates 12-Inch MacBook

Apple Updates 12-Inch MacBook

The second generation MacBook is a tempting buy along with its new Rose Gold color and Core M chips.

Apple has recently updated its MacBook which they launched last year. The ultra-thin 2 pound weighing, metal bodied notebook remains 13.1 mm thick, with other features like the Force Touch Trackpad and the Butterfly Mechanism Keyboard. It also keeps its original look of no moving parts, vents or fan which makes the MacBook silent.

Improvements have been made to ...

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President Obama Responds Positively For an Open Market for Set Top Boxes

President Obama has created a wave of mixed feeling in the world of cable companies and cable users as he announced his support for the ‘Unlock the Box’ initiative. In February, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) had voted for the initiative that aims at loosening the grip of cable companies on the set top boxes that their users get to use. President Obama support for the users who would like to have greater control on the ways in which they ...

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Undermining Encryption: A Threat to Your Privacy

Government interference on the encryption of online communication poses a threat to human rights all over the world, Amnesty International warned in one of its briefings published about our very own tech giants Apple challenging the US Federal Bureau of Investigation in court about an order to provide software to bypass iPhone encryption.

According to Sherif Elsayed-Ali, Amnesty International’s Deputy Director for Global Issues “Encryption is a basic prerequisite for privacy and free speech in the digital age. Banning ...

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Whatsapp End to End Encryption: The Future of Personal Communication

It took around one and a half years to complete the security project, and now the WhatsApp messenger has fully applied the robust end to end encryption policy to their application all around the world.

All the WhatsApp users who have updated their mobile phones with the latest version of the application would have the end to end encryption policy by default; hence they will have their communications and media encrypted. There are many WhatsApp users, this company owned by Facebook ...

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San Bernardino iPhone Unlocked by The US Government without Apple’s Help

After a terrific showdown between Apple Inc. and the FBI which was closely followed by people around the world, the Justice department has dropped the case because it had found a way to unlock the iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook in the San Bernardino shooting. FBI has been able to unlock the iPhone without Apple’s help. It has used a method that was brought to the organization by an unidentified entity about a month ago. With the help ...

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Apple’s 40 Years in the Industry as It Modestly Rose to Fame

On April 1, 1976, somewhere in a garage in California, three most innovative brains of the era sat working on a project that led to the creation of one of the world’s most valuable companies – Apple Inc. Steve Jobs, Ronald Wayne and Steve Wozniak founded Apple Inc. The company which is recognized as one of the most powerful tech companies that takes residence in the Silicon Valley and has over 480 retail stores which are spread in 18 countries ...

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Liam Robot – An Apple Inc. Robot that Works to Accomplish Company’s Go-Green Objectives

In one of the Cupertino warehouses, a massive robot works relentlessly to address a mounting problem for the consumer electronics industry – Handling electronic waste effectively. Liam is a robot owned by Apple Inc. and it has been under creation for almost three years. Apple ensured that the robot remained a secret until now when Apple finally decided to pull the sheets off Liam in their spring product launch event.

While we have been focusing really hard on bringing robots ...

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Apple’s Announcement of the New iPad Pro Renders All Other Tablets Out-Of-Date

All our Monday blues were gone in a second when Apple announced the all-new 9.7 inch iPad Pro. When it comes to Apple, devices like these can hardly go wrong, but then were we prepared for it go so right that it sounds close to impeccable? The latest video that showcases Apple’s latest creation in the iPad section is very refreshing and every bit of the video will make you yearn for this cool new device.

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Apple’s Smaller Creation – The 4-inch iPhone SE

Apple recently released the 4 inch iPhone SE. What happened to the crowding race of bigger and thinner phones that can pack a lot more power and add more fun to your phone experience? Did we just regress into the years when phones were small and were used in a very limited way? Even the number of users smartphone manufacturers were dealing with were far lower than today. So what made Apple move back in time to create a phone ...

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