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  • Motorola’s smartwatch shows up on BestBuy for a price of $249

    Motorola’s smartwatch shows up on BestBuy for a price of $249

    Although there are tons of goodies to be unveiled by Motorola on the 4th of September, it seems that the most anticipated device among them is the Moto 360 smartwatch. The company that was once Google’s most prized acquisition ($12.5 billion) and now in the hands of Lenovo (for $2.91 billion) also has other products to showcase at the event of September; one such product is the company’s pocket-friendly successor of the Moto G smartphone. While there were just speculations related to the price of the Moto 360 smartwatch, it seems that BestBuy, a popular e-commerce website, have managed to…

Weird

Every seat on this plane is a window seat

Every seat on this plane is a window seat

Aug 19, 2014

Depending on how you would like to perceive the idea, the IXION Jet concept either has no windows or it has windows all over. Nevertheless, it will engage every passenger on board with the environment outside. A Paris based design company, Technicon Design, has come up with the concept of IXION Windowless Jet. The idea is to provide a 360 degree view by capturing the scenery using cameras mounted on the plane’s exterior. The interior walls of the aircraft are floor to ceiling monitors that display what the cameras see. Shouldn’t we say, then, that every seat on this plane…

Pokemon ready to debut on iPad

Pokemon ready to debut on iPad

Aug 18, 2014

Pokémon, the game franchise owned by Nintendo, is planning to extend its availability on iPad devices. The company has confirmed that the game will be available for the iPad later this year, but has not yet specified when it will get the official launch. A diehard fan of Pokémon, Josh Wittenkeller, recently posted the news through twitter, along with an image of the Pokémon card game. Obviously, Pokémon fans are eagerly waiting for the hour when the game will debut on their iPad. The much anticipated game is the same Pokémon Trading Card Game Online that people have been playing on…

This three wheeled beauty is ready to hit the road

This three wheeled beauty is ready to hit the road

Aug 18, 2014

Would you like to drive a brand new vehicle that costs under $7,000, gives you 84 mpg on the highway and 49 mpg in the city and has one wheel less than usual? Before you answer that question, you should know that 27,000 people have already booked one such car. Elio Motors wants to revolutionize the US roads with this tiny car. This auto manufacturer is based in Phoenix, Arizona and is moving ahead with the plan of producing the three-wheeler at a former GM facility in Louisiana. The starting price of the car is $6,800 and this three wheeled…

Robot butler debuts in California hotel

Robot butler debuts in California hotel

Aug 17, 2014

Having a butler is a luxury that many people only dream of, even if that dream come true someday, you would still be served by a human. Ever wonder how it would be to obtain services from a butler that is a robot? Would it be weird or would it be fantastic? These questions are yet to be answered. Nevertheless, the era of robot butlers is about to begin. The first ever robot butler debuts in a California hotel on August 20, 2014. Those who don’t want to miss the event, should book a room at the Aloft Hotel in…

Business

Microsoft and iFixit have formed a team to provide a device repair workshop for users

Microsoft and iFixit have formed a team to provide a device repair workshop for users

There is good news for gadget, PC and other hardware users who have a layman’s knowledge of how things work. Microsoft and iFixit have joined hands to offer a training program called the Pro Tech Network. The training program will allow students and other individuals of different age groups to be educated on how to service different peripherals and devices, ranging from laptops, desktops, tablets and smartphones. The program is sponsored by Microsoft’s Registered Refurbisher Program and is completely free. iFixit is a very popular website that is notorious for ripping apart gadgets and other hardware peripherals. The website also…

Apple patent could bury physical keyboards

Apple patent could bury physical keyboards

Touchscreen devices these days have become so inextricably intertwined with mobile technology and computers that if we retrospect, how things were couple of years back, solid keyboards attached on surfaces used to be in vogue. Nevertheless, thanks to the introduction of smartphones, tablets and hybrids, touchscreens have become ubiquitous, at least in a number of applications. But for other applications and functionality, such as gaming, it sure leaves the mobile gamer coveting for the original, comfortable and enjoyable experience through keyboards, controllers and joysticks. Gaming on smartphones and tablets is usually restricted to gestures. In order to enjoy a timeless…

Apple acquires startup company Booklamp

Apple acquires startup company Booklamp

The two most valuable companies in the world Apple and Google have been on an acquisition rampage; in the past few months, the two tech giants have acquired both well established companies and startups with the common aim to reach greater heights. During Apple’s quarterly earnings call, which commenced last Tuesday, the company’s CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple has acquired a total of 5 companies in a time period of 4 months and Beats Audio is not one of them; two of those five companies are: LuxVue and Spotsetter. The most recent addition to the list of companies acquired…

Yahoo acquires startup company Flurry for $300 million

Yahoo acquires startup company Flurry for $300 million

Yahoo, the advertising company that is just second to Google (albeit trailing by a huge market cap difference), has acquired the San Francisco-based startup company Flurry for a price of $300 million. According to reports, the people who reported the news were asked to keep their identities anonymous as the talks to acquire the startup were not intended to go public just yet. Flurry analyzes the data from users’ smartphone so developers can better understand their audiences. The technology assists brands to start targeting the right kind of eyes on the right devices. Since the usage of smartphones and tablets…