Hummingbird- The New Innovation in Technology

As there is a quote “Take your Passion and make it happen” the young UK guy Peter Craciun has designed the lightest folding bike of the world with the help of his friends Ligia Stan, Robert Campbell, and Piero Frescobaldi.

Evolution of the Idea

The idea of the Hummingbird bike came to the mind of Peter Craciun, when he realized that there is no bike in the market that can be folded and carried along. So Peter decided to design a ...

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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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Top 5 Parental Control Apps

The Internet has proved out to be a fabulous source for finding information. To provide a safe internet usage for your child in the world of unlimited access over the internet is a tough task. But however, you can have a control of what your child is exposed to when using the gadgets like smartphones. Here are the 5 apps which let parents to filter the content for their child on Android phones, restricting app purchases on Play store, setting ...

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iPad Pro – Massively Brilliant

We have all been advancing into a world of sleek and slim devices which are comfortable to use and can be easily carried anywhere. Competing for slimness has led us to see phones and tablets that could hardly be imagined a century ago. Apple has always astounded its fans with some of the best devices which are not only great to work but are a treat for the eye. iPad Pro is the latest Apple device which is being talked ...

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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 ...

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New Avenues for Regeneration Discovered as Scientists Influence Flatworms to Regrow Heads and Brains of a Different Species

In a breakthrough research conducted by scientists at the Center for Regenerative and Developmental Biology, School of Arts and Sciences, Tufts University; the head and brain of one species of flatworms was grown in the body of another species of flatworm without disrupting its genome sequence. The researchers achieved this by manipulating the electrical synapses which are found inside the body of the flatworm.

The biologists used Girardia Dorotocephala (flatworm species) for their research. This freshwater species has outstanding ...

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Give Your Google Apps a Star Wars Makeover

Close to the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Google gives you the chance to choose the “Light Side” or the “Dark Side”. It has no intentions to predict your personality or apprehend you for your choices. This is more of an advertisement of sorts for the highly anticipated movie.

Google has collaborated with Lucasfilm and Disney to create a tool that will allow you to theme the suite of Google apps. You will be able to see the ...

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Dell Security Systems Render Two Blatant Vulnerabilities

Dell is not quite done addressing its security problems. Just when one huge security issue was being covered, a new one has emerged and it seems to have an equally destructive effect on the company’s fame and the security of Dell users. Dell’s proactive acceptance of the security breach and the quick steps it took to fix it are highly commendable. It may be one of the reasons of satisfaction among Dell’s users.

The first big security issue in Dell ...

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Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Turns 100 Years Old

A century ago, space and time got a facelift when Einstein devised the theory of relativity. On November 25, 1915, Albert Einstein had presented a series of equation to the Prussian Academy which may have seemed obscure at the time but it is now famously known as the theory of relativity.

Albert Einstein

He accomplished this by adding the force of gravity to the ...

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Jeff Bezos Makes Rocket Landing Look like Child’s Play

On Monday, November 23, 2015, the New Shephard rocket became the world’s first reusable rocket after performing a perfect vertical landing in Van Horn, Texas. Amazon’s entrepreneur Jeff Bezos, who is the founder of the spacecraft company Blue Origin which is behind the creation of this rocket, bathed in glory as he oversaw the launch and landing of the New Shephard.

The suborbital rocket flew at approximately 2,800 mph and reached the planned test altitude of 329,839 feet before landing ...

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