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World`s First SSRS Based Plug and Play Reports Management Tool in C#

  SSRS provide very Complex Report Management Features and Not user friendly. (i.e  Highly Experience BI Expert is Required for its Management).  and  The Basic Objective behind our Software is to make SSRS More Enjoyable and Cost Effective. It is Plug and Play Business Intelligence tool for Reporting in large /Medium or  Small Organizations which is [...]

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10 Places to Take Free Courses for Programming

One of the most wonderful things about the Internet is the ability it give us to access information. This superpower left of us use for something productive. Living in today’s world begins to be indispensable to learn the language spoken by the machines. We have at our disposal an enormous amount of technological wonders that make our life [...]

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Is it Really Necessary to Use an Antivirus?

Computer viruses have more than 40 years living among us and our computers. These malicious programs that seek to access our data to harm, steal, or just bother, have remained unwavering threat in the world of computing, and become increasingly complex. Not only viruses are a threat. The malware is any software that infiltrates malicious computers without our consent, and that can take [...]

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Only Two Neural Circuitry Prevents you to Stay Paralyzed

Store memories in our brain is uniquely determined by two neural circuits. Perhaps in the future, the construction of memory can be altered by turning some specific groups of neurons Imagine you hear the halt of tires and then the sound of breaking glass. How will  react your brain next time you face a similar situation? What are the tricks [...]

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MIT is Developing Software to Address Social Anxiety [Video]

Thousands of people around us have an intense phobia when asked to speak in front of people or even have difficulty in social interaction with others. Addressing them just the people, the M. Ehsan Hoque the MIT Lab has developed a complex system called MACH (My Automated Conversation coacH) that using algorithms speech recognition and recognition [...]

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Windows 8.1 will have a Fingerprint Reader

The operating system Windows 8.1 will support integrated fingerprint reader, writes The Verge referring to representatives of Microsoft. Working with the scanner was possible in previous versions of the OS, but the drivers and software for the device provides third-party company. Windows 8.1 will “recognize” scanners without any additional software.

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uMoove to Control your Phone with your Eyes

uMoove can do something that is rumored to bring the Samsung Galaxy S4 Something that a few years ago would have seemed science fiction we are talking about to control our phone with the eyes. We do scroll, move through menus and play games without touching the screen. 

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Cydia: Use your Pendrive USB Devices as if they were with roqyUSB

With the jailbreak of iOS 6.1 ports we want to show a great tweak on Cydia that allows you to use your devices as if they were USB pens, storing in any file without the use of third-party apps.

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Microsoft Began Selling a New Package of Office 2013

On Tuesday,  Microsoft Corporation begins worldwide sales to consumers of a new version of one of its main products – office suite Office 2013. Program of the new Office received a number of improvements, including better support for data storage in the “cloud” and touch screen. In addition, with the release of new products Microsoft is trying to [...]

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9 Year Old Boy is the New Microsoft Technical Specialist

Boys are increasingly early take technology into the blood, although some are way ahead of their peers. That is the case of a small American, who just passed the exam of Microsoft which requires its experts. Pranav Kalyan of nine years , managed to pass the tests and become Certified Technology Specialist of Microsoft, the youngest Microsoft technical specialist in the history [...]

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Shylock, A Virus that Spreads Through Skype and Attack on User’s Bank Details

A new version of Shylock virus is spreading across the Internet through Skype . A banking Trojan through chat, send links to your contacts application. So that users bite and plugin “msg.gsm” is installed on the computer and infects your computer. Among the new abilities of this virus, the first and most dangerous is that it is able to enter Skype skipping the [...]

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Audi, The Autonomous Vehicles are Getting Closer

The day when you can sit in the car and ask the car to go to a certain place, perhaps using the system voice assistance offered by Nuance, is getting closer. The proof comes from the CES in Las Vegas , where Audi has unveiled a prototype of what will be the sensor mounted on autonomous vehicles developed in the future : [...]

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