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High Performance All-Rounder DSLR – Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

High Performance All-Rounder DSLR – Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Photography is a beautiful hobby, even better  if it is your profession. It allows you to notice smallest fo details around you. Makes you appreciate your environment. Canon’s 4th generation… Read more »

Amazon launches in India: Books, Movies, Electronics

Amazon launches in India: Books, Movies, Electronics

The online retail giant amazon is entering the largest online retail market: India. Amazon Seller Services Pvt. Limited, an Amazon.com company, today launched Amazon’s marketplace in India, www.amazon.in, with two… Read more »

Hack Open Hotel Room Door Locks

Hack Open Hotel Room Door Locks

Everytime you checkin into a hotel, you are presented with a smartcard which would become key to your Hotel Room door locks for your duration of stay. Have you ever… Read more »

DIY Build Google Glass with RaspberryPi

DIY Build Google Glass with RaspberryPi

Project Glass by Google is uber cool, but its expensive at $1500 and you won’t have handson till Q2 2013. Why wait if you can build one yourself? Well, using… Read more »

DIY Build OpenSource Spectrometer for Cheap

DIY Build OpenSource Spectrometer for Cheap

Spectrometer is really scientist’s swiss knife when it comes to identifying unknown materials. A new kickstarter project assures to make Spectrometry cheap and accessible like Wikipedia to just anyone. They… Read more »

DIY Android Tablet Wireless Inductive Charging

DIY Android Tablet Wireless Inductive Charging

DIY tutorials open up a world where you can do magic by spending only a fraction of amount to build an equivalent of a product available in the market. You… Read more »

LASER Cooling for Semiconductors [Optomechanics]

LASER Cooling for Semiconductors [Optomechanics]

Can Energy falling on another kick the former out? Researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute have managed to successfully combine two different worlds: Quantum physics & Nano physics. Semiconductors are… Read more »

Retrieve, Record Image, Video Data from Brain

Retrieve, Record Image, Video Data from Brain

You must have seen several Sci-fi movies where the bad guy makes the superhero sit in an oscillator and capture his past events from his brain. It may look like… Read more »

Easy Solderless Arduino DIY Circuit board [Teagueduino]

Easy Solderless Arduino DIY Circuit board [Teagueduino]

With Arduino, you can really do hell alot of good things, if you are an electronics hardware geek. You can get started with a Arduino project with a easy to… Read more »

DIY: Transform LCD Display into LED

DIY: Transform LCD Display into LED

If you love to hack gadgets and electronics, here’s a tip for you that could potentially help you increase the quality of the picture of your display, computer monitor and… Read more »

How Analog, Digital Gyroscopes Work

How Analog, Digital Gyroscopes Work

Gyroscopes can be very useful tool because they move in peculiar ways anddefy gravity. Gyroscopes have been around for a century now, and they are now used everywhere from airplanes,… Read more »

How to Build Wireless Electricity [DIY]

How to Build Wireless Electricity [DIY]

One of the most innovative Technology of this year demonstrated to public was Wireless Power i.e. transmitting power without use of any type of wires. This concept has already taken… Read more »

Smallest Transistor Shrinks to Molecule

Smallest Transistor Shrinks to Molecule

Since the time we first saw birth of transistor we have seen it reducing in size. It used to be couple of inches fabricated as vacuum tubes. These 62 years… Read more »

Thermal Diodes Favor High-End Computing

Thermal Diodes Favor High-End Computing

Computing had been limited by the problems limited by heat dissipation. It’s hard to make high-performing CPUs but much harder to dissipate the heat. Now, a Japanese team unveils the… Read more »

DIY Universal Credit Card Spoofer

DIY Universal Credit Card Spoofer

Earlier, back in the  90s when I first dated the Internet, I found credit cards were easy to exploit. It was as easy as getting a software that auto-generates numbers… Read more »

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