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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...

NTT Docomo puts its Tizen Launch Plans on Hold

NTT Docomo puts its Tizen Launch Plans on Hold

  NTT DoCoMo Inc, Japan’s biggest mobile phone carrier has indefinitely shelved its plans for a Tizen launch, which was slated for late March 2014. The company has said that the main reason for it putting Tizen on hold is ...

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Google Unveils Smart Contact Lens Project to Monitor Glucose

Google Unveils Smart Contact Lens Project to Monitor Glucose

This is for real, People. Now we know what the mystery medical device is that Google X staffers have been secretly meeting with the FDA on: they’re developing contact lenses that can sense glucose readings while they correct your vision just like regular contacts ...

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Dropbox website goes down, hackers claim responsibility

Dropbox website goes down, hackers claim responsibility

Dropbox’s website appeared offline late Friday night, with the company releasing a statement saying the issue occurred during “routine internal maintenance.” Just moments before the outage, though, the hacker group The 1775 Sec took to Twitter to state that they ...

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What’s iBeacon ?

What’s iBeacon ?

Apple’s new iBeacon app allows shoppers and retailers to interact in new ways that were previously only imagined. Apple will be starting off first by testing their new technology within their own Apple Stores across the US. The possibilities are limitless, and if proven ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 could include head tracking

Samsung Galaxy S5 could include head tracking

Samsung’s new head-tracking system. Samsung could be planning to follow up the eye-tracking technology it introduced in the Galaxy S4with new features in the Galaxy S5 that will keep track of the position of your entire head. A newly published European patent applicationfrom Samsung ...

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Windows Phone Vaio By SONY !

Windows Phone Vaio By SONY !

It appears that the negotiations between Sony and Microsoft have ended up successfully and the Japanese company will indeed be joining the list of Windows Phone hardware manufacturers. Microsoft’s Windows Phone director Greg Sullivan has confirmed that Sony will be ...

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CES 2014: Intel’s 3-D Camera Heads to Laptops and Tablets

CES 2014: Intel’s 3-D Camera Heads to Laptops and Tablets

Controlled with gestures, these depth-sensing devices will appear in the second half of 2014. A combined 2-D and 3-D camera from Intel will be built into laptops and tablets from a range of manufacturers, the company announced at the International ...

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Smart Glasses That Look Like Regular Spectacles

Smart Glasses That Look Like Regular Spectacles

Sunglasses made with nanoscale optical technology hint at a near future of inconspicuous head-mounted displays.   For all the hype around smart glasses, none of them actually look like normal glasses. But Vuzix, which develops wearable display technology for military and ...

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