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Dark Sides of Steve Jobs

Dark Sides of Steve Jobs

For the person who is beyond all the praise, an ideal for millions, there exists shady dark sides. We respect him for being the biggest innovator of the century, revolutionizing the User… Read more »

Future of Online Shopping, its here

Future of Online Shopping, its here

What would the online shopping look like in the Future? Of course it would be more personalized, more closer to the real world experience. You would use Augmented Reality for… Read more »

Google buys 6,000 Nortel Patents, Opens them up

Google buys 6,000 Nortel Patents, Opens them up

Ruthless Software Patents are Evil, claims the industry’s top innovators. Not only do they prevent good things from happening, they often aren’t worth the trouble. The tech world has recently… Read more »

Future of MultiScreen Smartphones

Future of MultiScreen Smartphones

We often get to see the prototypes which would lay foundation of one of the future smartphones. Here’s another one that should blow your mind. The concept phone is based… Read more »

Microsoft Surface 2 features Pixel Sense, beyond MultiTouch

Microsoft Surface 2 features Pixel Sense, beyond MultiTouch

What’s beyond multitouch? Well, it’s a screen that can see anything that touches it. Microsoft has announced a brand new Microsoft Surface at CES 2011 featuring all new windows 7… Read more »

The Future of DJing

The Future of DJing

The love for music would never die. From Music composers to listeners, the new innovation has been bringing endless craze. Multitouch brought revolution to mobile devices, and will soon have… Read more »

Future of Input: Mouseless

Future of Input: Mouseless

Mouse was invented decades ago as the innovative mode of input to Personal computers, since then, it has changed a little. Apart from Apple’s magic mouse, there was not enough… Read more »

Memristors would Enable On-Chip Memory, Processing, Instant-ON PCs

Memristors would Enable On-Chip Memory, Processing, Instant-ON PCs

The researchers at HP have developed a new way to perform logic Operations, making it possible to fabricate much more advanced chips that would use memory devices in place of… Read more »

Most Sensitive Microphone: Identifies Direction of Gun Shot, Make/Model in Battles

Most Sensitive Microphone: Identifies Direction of Gun Shot, Make/Model in Battles

How intelligent and sensitive can a Microphone (Mic) can get? Apart from its ability to hear the slightest sounds, can it filter out and identify a peculiar one? Between the… Read more »

Apple Patents Fanless Notebook Cooling for MacBook

Apple Patents Fanless Notebook Cooling for MacBook

Apple files 100s of patents each year, but most of them never appear in the consumer devices. But 4 recent patents are relate closely to macbook cooling technology which could… Read more »

FlyFire 3D Space Display

FlyFire 3D Space Display

How innovative displays can get? Can it go to an extent where the actual pixels fly-up in the air to build up a visual display? MIT Research SENSEable City Laboratory… Read more »

Microsoft Patents Real-Life Avatars

Microsoft Patents Real-Life Avatars

User Avatar’s are mostly driven by personal aspirations and have virtually minimum resemblance with the Real-life characteristics of the user. The Customizable avatar is what makes Internet more safe by sharing less… Read more »

The Future of Gesture Input [BiDi]

The Future of Gesture Input [BiDi]

When Pranav Mistry first showcased “Sixth Sense” the power of gestural computing, we knew the industry is getting serious about new ways to interact with computers. Rather than using mouse… Read more »

Intel wants to Plant Chips in Head by 2020

Intel wants to Plant Chips in Head by 2020

Probably you have already seen one of those Geeky ads by Intel. Intel geeks often do something strange all the time. Those ads ain’t vague, Intel wants us to know… Read more »

Simulate Human Brain, soon

Simulate Human Brain, soon

After all, God made Humans with more processing power than SuperComputers, holds more memory than Terabyte clusters, and the only machinery that doesn’t oudate coz it learns to adapt with time…. Read more »

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