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Google’s Neural Networks: Machine’s Brain-like Learning

Google’s Neural Networks: Machine’s Brain-like Learning

We all know Google has been a leader of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence research. The observations are prevalent with Google Search Engine. Google Search is still the most popular… Read more »

Decompile Android APK to Java

Decompile Android APK to Java

Hackers and developers are always upto reverse engineering software and applications. Thanks to wide range of decompiling tools available in the market, its not hard to do. A new Tool… Read more »

How to Hack WhatsApp Messenger | Build WhatsApp API Client

How to Hack WhatsApp Messenger | Build WhatsApp API Client

Desktop IMs have long been our favorite mode of communication. But with time, their significance has definitely come down. Smartphones taking large part of our daily life, IM services like… Read more »

Android-like AppData Sharing on iOS 6 [Action Sheet]

Android-like AppData Sharing on iOS 6 [Action Sheet]

iOS 6 aims at narrowing the Gap between Android Jellybean and iOS. Not only would it inherit the best features, it would try to evolve the features Android had since… Read more »

HP WebOS 1.0 Open Sourced

HP WebOS 1.0 Open Sourced

When a product fails to meet expectations, what do we do with it? Pundits would tell you to Open source the software / hardware technology and let the contributors from… Read more »

Collaborative IDE Collide Open Sourced [Google Wave]

Collaborative IDE Collide Open Sourced [Google Wave]

Collide, an free Collaborative IDE is Open Sourced by Google. Remember Google Wave? One may recall it being shut down by Google but truth be told, it has lived hiding… Read more »

Junit Alternatives: Testing Frameworks

Junit Alternatives: Testing Frameworks

JUnit is the defacto standard for Java unit testing but story doesn’t end there. There are couple of  worthy alternatives which offer couple unique features, if not everything better than… Read more »

Learn to Build DIY Self-Driving Car

Learn to Build DIY Self-Driving Car

We all are excited by Google’s Self-driving cars, that can literally go out into the american street driverless. Google’s Self driving cars have been doing well. If you’ve ever wanted… Read more »

Develop Jailbroken Cydia Apps with XCode [iOSOpenDev]

Develop Jailbroken Cydia Apps with XCode [iOSOpenDev]

Apple would never let the powerful system apps to make their way to App Store. So all your mods and hacks would remain in the Cydia store. Right now developing… Read more »

SEAndroid: Security Enhanced Android by NSA

SEAndroid: Security Enhanced Android by NSA

Android is the most secure mobile smartphone OS in the market today, thanks to the inherent sandboxing inspired from world’s most secure browser: Chrome. Such security is really consumer grade,… Read more »

Siri Protocol Cracked, Explained

Siri Protocol Cracked, Explained

Soon after the hackers made first successful attempts of porting Siri to iPhone 4, iPod Touch & 3GS, it was obvious that more is coming. After a sufficient amount of… Read more »

Carbyn – HTML5 based OS

Carbyn – HTML5 based OS

Its the year of the Cloud. Earlier this year, we learnt that you can run Linux in your browser, thanks to Javascript based Qemu. We’ve seen Google removing the line… Read more »

Swarmanoid – Distributed, Parallel computing Robots

Swarmanoid – Distributed, Parallel computing Robots

Swarmanoid is a heterogeneous robot swarm, (a group of robots), which can organize and distribute a given task into individual groups. Each group is capable of achieving different sub-tasks so… Read more »

Edge – HTML5 Visual Editor

Edge – HTML5 Visual Editor

Flash vs HTML5 war is far from over, both are here to stay for years. But HTML 5 is getting more and more adoption and anticipation. Adobe realizes the fact… Read more »

Java 7 Features – What’s New

Java 7 Features – What’s New

The long awaited and the most delayed version of Java is finally made available to public. The last Java update was in December 2006 and Java 7 was originally planned… Read more »

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