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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Technology Addiction – Who is Doing This to Us?

There was a time when light was a symbol of enlightenment and self-realization but that has quickly changed. Now when we talk about light in darkness, it is usually the light of your smartphone lighting up for a new notification. You’d get up weary eyed to the sound of that ding and check what just came up in your virtual social world that has quite ironically made you unsocial. And now that you have checked that notification, you decide to ...

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The Smarttress Lets You Spy on Your Partner in an Incredibly Devious Way

We have been getting creative with surveys for a long time now. Every now and then a weird survey comes up that has some equally weird repercussions in the society. While we can talk about lots of surveys, the one that is the focal point of our attention today is a survey conducted by French Institute of Public Opinion and dating site Gleeden. According to the survey, the Spanish are the most unfaithful in the world. This survey became the ...

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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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AceDeceiver – An Insidious Malware Affecting iOS Devices

Apple has been scrupulously keen about keeping malwares out of its systems for decades now. Apple’s systems are revered for their ability to avoid viruses and malwares as much as possible, but it appears that Apple’s meticulous designs have a flaw after all which is being explored by an iOS malware called ACeDeceiver. The first of its kind, this malware does not abuse enterprise certificates which were being done by some iOS malwares in the last two years. Instead, ...

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Samsung Galaxy S7 – A Phone with Personality

All this time while we have been going gaga over spectacular phones like the Nexus 6P and iPhone 6S, Samsung’s labs has been brewing something that took spectacular to the next level. Introducing Samsung’s latest flagship – Samsung S7 – a phone with a superb personality. I am not saying that it does not have any downside to it, but it is definitely one of the best phones that have been released in 2016. And for those who don’t mind ...

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From Tap-To-Pay to Talk-To-Pay – Google’s Getting Creative but Is It Making Us Lazier?

The tap and pay technology may soon be obsolete if Google’s experimental payment app kicks off. With almost everything becoming hands free with technology, I am thinking my hands are being a little too undermined by tech giants. But that means I can hold a burger in one hand and sip some coca cola with the other and still make a payment at a McDonald’s store.

So far we’ve been going gaga about the Near Field Technology which powers the touch ...

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Amazon’s Alexa – A Refreshingly Awesome AI

Amazon has a lot of innovation and creation brewing in its labs as it continuously comes up with advanced hi-tech gadgets and concepts that can make a substantial difference in your life. The field of Artificial Intelligence is being enthusiastically pursued by many scientists and researchers; and Amazon did not want to be left behind in the race of creating the best AI. Amazon’s Alexa is one of the smartest AIs that I have come across and she makes talking ...

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Apple denies FBI’s request to create a back door into iPhone

Apple’s refusal to enable a backdoor to the iPhone used by the San Bernardino attacker is being met by criticism as well as acclamation. On one side, people who revere privacy are with Apple on its bold decision to stand strong against the orders of the court. On the other hand, we have friends and family of the San Bernardino victims who feel that justice is not done by Apple’s denial for a key. Apple has created a strong case ...

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Spotify Rolls out Video Streaming to Android

Spotify announced in May last year that the company is going to introduce videos and podcasts to its streaming service line-up. While the launch date was being speculated at that time, it sounded promising to be able to watch videos as well.

On January 25th, 2016 the VP of Spotify, Shiva Rajaraman, told the Wall Street Journal that an update for Android is being made available soon. The next day, video streaming finally arrived on Spotify on Android devices. So now, ...

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