Google finally show us a complete prototype of his Self-driving car


Finally Google complete his first prototype of Self-driving car which is steering-less, no accelerator or no brakes. Just contains seat-belts, some leg-rooms few buttons and a screen that will display some feature including your route and an Android based interface. The difference now is that it is fully functional and …

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After a decade you may travel in a Windowless Plane


Every year airplanes combustion thousands liters  of fuel and emit millions tones of carbon dioxide to pollute our  air. Many of aviation companies are busy to weight of aircraft, which would cut fuel consumption and airfares. The 70-80 weight of the plane consist of its fuel, walls and windows. Centre …

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Instagram’s now worth is greater than Twitter which is ($35 billion)

Facebook puschase Instagram in $1 Billion but know according to  Citigroup  the valuation of Instagram and now believes that it is worth $35 billion. Citi had previously valued Instagram at $19 billion, that itself being far above the $1 billion that Facebook purchased Instagram for back in 2012. The increased value …

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Skype has just released instant translator preview app


Earlier this year Skype told it will release a real-time translator which allow people to speak in different languages in their normal conversation. Now Skype has just released real-time  translator preview app which can translate into two languages English and Spanish yet. It works as by adding either showing Subtitles into people’s conversation or playing audio …

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Microsoft will finally announce a full version of Windows 10 in January 2015

Microsoft promised that it will show off full features Windows 10 contains in an event held in its Redmond campus on 21 January, 2015. Microsoft Senior Marketing Communications Manager Brandon LeBlanc wrote in a Windows blog post. The event will be broadcast live that everyone can watch the event. Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella …

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A French Computer Science student turns Wikipedia into a 3D Galaxy


There is no doubt Wikipedia  knows everything and also very important for our daily use from finding any topic to Biography of a celebrity person like Bill Gates Wikipedia always helps us. But from a long time we see Wiki in a same/simple interface. But a French Computer Science student Owen Cornec believes …

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‘Humin’ a Contacts App for iPhone and Android which is fast, easy and useful


Since fully launching in August this year Humin, the app that aims to replace your iPhone contacts app, has garnered a number of favourable reviews. This is in large part because it handles contacts in the way that you might. Humin gathers data from your phone, Facebook and LinkedIn contacts …

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 ‘Cortana’ feature for desktop systems


Currently Microsoft is working on Windows 10 preview and unveil a lot of  features in its latest update built(s). According to news Microsoft will add a bunch of new features in January 2015’s preview built, there is a new feature Microsoft’s Virtual Assistant for Windows according to the  WinBeta which will support …

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Professor Stephen Hawking’s Intel communication system has updated with ‘SwiftKey’ technology

Prof. Stephen Hawking

Professor Stephen Hawking has suffered from motor neurone disease from when he was a graduate student and he used an Intel’s communication system to talk to the world almost from last 20-years. Recently Intel updated Prof. communication system with SwiftKey technology. SwiftKey uses text prediction technology, also available for iSO and Android platform …

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Amazon uses robots called ‘Kiva’ instead of employees in its warehouses


Amazon uses robots instead of  employees in warehouses, these squat orange robots, called Kiva and used to carry shelves from one corner to another in warehouses in some minutes, which is done by men in hours. These robots has been installed in 10 of Amazon’s warehouses in US, California, Texas, New Jersey, …

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