Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S was unveiled in Las Vegas, USA on 5th January, 2016. The tablet has been developed by combining Samsung’s first-rate technology powered by Microsoft Windows 10. The company has integrated all the prevalent features of tablets and laptops, providing the user with access to a frivolous complete notebook PC functioning tablet for a fecund cellphone experience, even when you are on the move.

Samsung has the balanced features of its Galaxy Tab with the richness of Windows ...

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What Is Hyperloop?

The 21st century is an age of implausible progress in all fields of life. The world is getting easier to access with the internet at our fingertips. Yet there are some things that have been with us for quite some time like the cars on roads or airplanes in the sky. Scientific fiction movies and books predicted teleports and flying cars but 21st century has something different in store for us.

The imagined revolutionary transportation is now possible with a successfully ...

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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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Hacker Craves Social Media Attention in Exchange for Hacked Data

Time to Change Your Password

Hacking has been one of the most interesting and damaging things on the internet. Some hacking attempts start out of curiosity and then we have those ingenious hackers who can cause a lot of damage to companies and individuals. Hold Security is a company which specializes in information security assessment, risk management as well as incident response. The company recently came across a Russian hacker who claims to have humongous amounts of data collected from different ...

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Robot Stitches up Tissues on Living Pigs – Surgeons May Have Help in Form of Robots Soon

STAR, short for Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot has been stitching up tissues in living animals with precision that is, at times, better than real doctors. This seems to be a big deal for the robotics and medical fields. We have already been applying robotics technology in many industries where robots have been able to do the work successfully that may be tough for humans to perform. The field of medical sciences is a vast world, and robotics has been continuously ...

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YouTube Unplugged – YouTube Aims to Cut the Cord by 2017

YouTube is working on YouTube Unplugged which, if everything goes as planned, should be launched by 2017 and will cost you around $35 per month. This will give you live TV without having to pay for a cable connection. While this sounds easy enough for the audience, the legwork required by Google to accomplish this task seems to be tougher than they anticipated. YouTube is trying to get the major players like ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox to sign on ...

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Tesla Home Battery – a Step Towards Sustainable Energy Solutions

Tesla has been delving into a lot more than just cars. Last year, it announced the Powerwall which meant to change the way power is used in your home. With everything moving towards being greener and cleaner, this announcement was welcomed by many homeowners. Not that we do not have batteries of a similar kind in the market already. There are batteries that are charged during the night and homeowners can then enjoy using energy from those batteries during the ...

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Worried About the Screen Space on a Smart Watch? Skintrack Solves Your Problem.

With screens getting bigger and better as new devices, especially smartphones are introduced to us; we have adapted to easy maneuvering on touch screens. That is exactly why smartwatches are still not as common as smartphones. They have screens that are way too small when compared to the big touch screen devices we use.

So we ended up with an interface which was cramped and more often than not we fat-fingered the icons only to return to the home page and ...

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U.S. Supreme Court Approves a Rule Change to Empower FBI to Hack Any Computer Anywhere

At a time when cyber-crime is on the rise, every internet user feels that they are at a risk of being victimized by hackers who may try to steal information or violate their privacy by resorting to devious means. And at a time like this, the FBI just got an approval by the U.S. Supreme Court to hack just about any computer in the world with a warrant.

A recent FBI escapade broke the previous Rule 41 of the ...

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Solar Impulse 2: Aiming for a Clean Future

Piloted by project chairman Bertrand Piccard and co-founder CEO Andre Borschberg Solar Impulse Si2 completed its 62 hour long around 4000 km journey on April 23, 2016 without any fuel, powered just by solar panels. Si2 began its journey on April 21, 2016 from Kalaeloa, Hawaii and finally ended it by landing at Monfett Airfield, in the Silicon Valley of California.

There was a nine month break before Solar Impulse could resume its flight, when the planes batteries were damaged because ...

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