Uber’s latest app partnership helps you catch the bus

For many, the biggest problem with public transit is simply reaching it. A 15 minute bus ride isn’t very fast if it’ll take you 30 minutes to walk to the stop, after all. That’s where Uber and TransLoc think they can help. They’re teaming up to give you a mix of both ridesharing and public transit […]

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Top 10 Difference Between GSM And CDMA You Should Know

Well, if you have a mobile phone then you be aware of GSM and CDMA networks. There are two basic technologies that come in mobile phone. GSM and CDMA represent a gap that you can’t cross.Most of the times while trying to recharge your number at the telecom shop or online, they must have asked you about your […]

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Fossil opts for looks over tech with its latest smartwatch

Fossil may have waited a while to debut its new line of Q wearables, but now that they’re here, the company is wasting no time adding more models to its line-up. With the Q54, Fossil has stuck to its roots, choosing to launch another analog watch packed with smart internals. Like the Q Grant, the […]

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Analysts think Samsung will launch a smartphone with a foldable screen this year

A mockup of a foldable Samsung smartphone.Samsung might be preparing to launch a smartphone that is radically different from anything else on the market.Analysts at HSBC are predicting that the South Korean electronics manufacturer is going to launch a smartphone with a foldable screen in the second half of 2016.Samsung has been looking into foldable-screen […]

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New WiFi standard offers more range for less power

The WiFi Alliance’s 900MHz ‘HaLow’ standard is aimed at connected home devices.The WiFi Alliance has finally approved the eagerly-anticipated 802.11ah WiFi standard and dubbed it “HaLow.” Approved devices will operate in the unlicensed 900MHz band, which has double the range of the current 2.4GHz standard, uses less power and provides better wall penetration. The standard […]

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Samsung’s new portable SSD puts 2TB in your pocket

Samsung ushered in last year by launching its first portable SSD, so it’s only fitting the company should kick 2016 off by announcing a bigger, better successor. The new Portable SSD T3 is similar to the older T1 in more ways than one. It uses Samsung’s reliable vertical NAND (V-NAND) memory, is capable of read/write […]

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Samsung’s latest smart fridge has cameras and a huge display

See your food without the hassle of opening the refrigerator door.One of the highlights of CES is always the wacky new appliance tech (and associated bickering) from Samsung and LG. This year looks to be no exception thanks to a new “Family Hub” refrigerator from Samsung. The imposing-looking model is equipped with a 21.5-inch, 1080p […]

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9 Online Services To Create Amazing Video Presentations

Is it your new joining in office and your boss just asked you for a presentation which includes hundreds of co-workers? If you are in corporate world, giving presentation is common. So, it is common that you would be in pressure or quiet nervous.In this situation, no doubt you would start working on PowerPoint. Of […]

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Nokia was developing a good-looking smartwatch; Microsoft apparently killed it

A bunch of pictures of a smartwatch were briefly posted to a (now-deleted) Tumblr account said to belong to Pei-Chi Hsieh, a designer who worked for Nokia and then moved to Microsoft when the software firm bought Nokia’s device division. The pictures were spotted by prolific leaker and gadget writer Evan Blass.Codenamed Moonraker and bearing […]

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Microsoft responds to Windows 10 upgrade concerns

Microsoft Marketing Chief Chris Capossela joined the Windows Weekly team this week for a questions and answers session covering HoloLens, Windows 10, Surface 4 and other Microsoft related questions.One question touched Microsoft’s upgrade push on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 systems, and the fact that the company’s methods to get users to upgrade to Windows […]

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