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  • Battle of the Caribbean:Build & Conquer …. New Generation of video game

    Battle of the Caribbean:Build & Conquer …. New Generation of video game

    Build & Conquer: Build & Conquer is a role based strategy game that uses Intel RealSense tec...

  • Elirina 360

    Elirina 360

    It’s an application which allows users to upload a 360° photo or video and then visualize them...

  • BodyCooler

    BodyCooler

    BodyCooler is a bracelet that controls your body temperature by sending cooling or warming waves to ...

  • TunWAR

    TunWAR

    TunWar is a war game in Tunisia using the augmented reality technology where the player will interac...

  • Smart Stadium

    Smart Stadium

    Nowadays, stadiums capacity to host fans and spectators, all over the world is being more and more i...

Samsung Galaxy S5 could have the look of Windows Phone

Samsung Galaxy S5 could have the look of Windows Phone

This could be the home screen for the Galaxy S5. Samsung wants ours to be a world full of widgets, if what we saw at CES and the latest leaks of the purported Galaxy S5 home screen are any indication. Prolific leaker Evleaks posted ...

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Nexus 8 could have Intel inside, report says

Nexus 8 could have Intel inside, report says

  For now, the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition (above) is the closest thing to a Nexus 8. Asus could debut a new Nexus 8 tablet later this year, says a “supply chain” source close to Digitimes. The tablet will reportedly ...

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Sony said to factor 4K into ‘Sirius’ phone

Sony said to factor 4K into ‘Sirius’ phone

  Panasonic’s 4K Ultra HD TV Sony’s next flagship smartphone, believed to be codenamed “Sirius,” will come with 4K video recording, according to a new report. Xperia Blog, a site that follows Sony’s mobile moves, published images purporting to come ...

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Google tests the performance limits of D-Wave’s quantum computers

Google tests the performance limits of D-Wave’s quantum computers

We’ve long known that D-Wave’s quantum computers are specialized tools rather than Swiss Army Knives, but just how good are they at their intended tasks? Google has just conducted some benchmarking to find out, and the short answer is that these systems are very good — ...

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Android 4.5 May Break Compatibility with Many Current Root Apps

Android 4.5 May Break Compatibility with Many Current Root Apps

There’s often much speculation surrounding what may be seen in upcoming and updated devices and new versions of Android. Most of this talk unfortunately centers around leaked images of some sort, rather than any hard evidence. Once in a while, however, genuine clues are discovered ...

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