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MIT is Working on a Smartphone with Screen as Iron Man

At MIT have always loved to surprise us with amazing technologies. This time do it with a completely transparent, capable of passing light display, and modify it only in specific places to have amazing effects. Science fiction has always been wonderful technological breakthroughs showing hardly applicable to the real world.However, sometimes movies, books and games end […]

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10 Mythical Nokia phones

We review ten mythical Nokia phones, many of them responsible for the absolute mass of mobile phones worldwide. Nokia has been acquired by Microsoft and definitely represents the end of an era in mobile telephony . Incoming search terms:Nokia

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iPhone and Mac two Anniversaries for two Revolutions

This January there are two important anniversaries , and one of them is celebrated today: the iPhone turns seven today January 9th since its introduction in that now historic Macworld keynote where Steve Jobs revolutionized the mobile phone market to developers and press.

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Philips Introduced New Device for iOS Loving DJs

During IFA 2013 Philips introduced a device that will delight thousands of users of iOS and DJ vocation.M1X DJ is the new speaker more mixer Philips launches. A product that will encourage our parties at home or even during our breaks. Philips M1X DJ is a device operable connected to the mains as well as through the use of […]

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Samsung Galaxy S4, for the First time Beat iPhone Sales

Samsung managed to surpass iPhone sales in the U.S. during the month of May. The milestone achieved by the Galaxy S4 could be a turning point in the market. The telephone broke records after gaining Samsung sell 10 million units in less than a month.

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New Sensor Camera from Graphene 1000 Times more Sensitive to Light

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University in Sigkpouri constructed a new camera sensor from graphene which is 1000 times more sensitive to light while making use 10 times less energy than today’s sensors.

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Panasonic Launched World’s Largest Plasma

Remember when a decade ago when we went through any electronics store and stayed hallucinated seeing those giant rear projection TVs 50-inch screens that had those were plastic? Time seems that everything changes and today if we saw one of those projectors we could come to seem dated compared to the quality and occupying minimal space modern Plasma screens […]

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Prototype Performance of ‘Carmen’ by Orchestra with Mobile Phones and Tablets [Video]

After the display of scores Philharmonic Brussels on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 instead of classic books, it’s time to look at another alternative use mobile devices to music. The reason for the National Symphony Orchestra of the Republic made an original performance of ‘Carmen’ entirely with smartphones and tablet to promote the new digital bank Hello Bank!. In […]

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This 3D Printer is Funded by NASA Food

A 3D printer for food could be the solution to the current food system that is unsustainable with increasing world population. But it also could facilitate space travel because the food would take 30 years to expire. One of the many problems of space travel is the power of the astronauts, but this could soon change thanks to […]

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BlackBerry Messenger Coming to iOS and Android in the Summer

 BlackBerry announced that its popular messaging service BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) will be available on iOS and Android this summer. The BBM was exclusive feature of BlackBerry devices and one of the strongest cards of the company aimed at professional users.

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New Sony Xperia ZR will Shoot Full HD-video and 13 Megapixel photos Under Water

Presented dust and waterproof smartphone Sony Xperia ZR, capable of leading photo and video in fresh water at a depth of 1.5 meters for half an hour, according to a press release from the manufacturer.

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Sony Announces a Device which Replace the Use of Paper

Sony has just introduced officially through a press release flexible device 13.3 inches during an education fair held this week in Tokyo . The digital notebook screen Sony with electronic ink has been created to completely replace the use of paper mainly in universities and companies around the world.

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