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    Samsung Designs AMOLED Display That Can Be Folded 100,000 Times

    Samsung researchers in South Korea have designed and built a prototype of a seamless foldable Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) display. The display’s mechanical and optical robustness were tested by performing 100,000 folding-unfolding cycles. The relative brightness at the...
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    World’s Smallest 3D HD Display

    Back in October 2010, Ortus Technology announced that it had developed a 4.8-inch color liquid crystal display with the world’s smallest size screen and a pixel density of 458 pixels per inch (ppi) in 2D. This pixel density is beyond the detection limit of the human eye. Now, the company has...
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    Is the Cellphone Killing the Honeybee?

    Pity the poor honeybee. Since 2003, bee colonies around the globe have declining at an alarming rate. And since bees play a vital role in agricultural production, that’s bad news for us humans. Scientists suspect many factors may be responsible, including pesticides, viruses, the varroa mite...
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    Google co-founder: Windows is torturing users

    At the Google I/O 2011 conference yesterday, Google co-founder Sergey Brin made a point to outline why his company is taking on Microsoft in the operating system space. In short, he believes Windows is too much of a hassle to use and maintain, and that his company can offer a solution to this...
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    Samsung Galaxy S II overclocked to 1.5GHz

    It’s one thing to see the Motorola Xoom overclocked from 1GHz to 1.504GHz and a completely different one to see the Samsung Galaxy S II overclocked from 1.2GHZ to 1.504GHz (a 25 percent improvement) at 1375mV. A user who goes by the name of coolbho3000 over at the XDA Developers forums has...
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    Google released Android 3.1, Codenamed as ‘Android Ice Cream Sandwich’

    At Google I/O 2011 today, the company made a bunch of Android announcements. First off, Android 3.1 (codenamed Honeycomb, just like Android 3.0) is now official, offering the following features for users and developers: Open Accessory API. This new API provides a way for Android applications to...
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    The US legally recognizes video games as an art form

    The US National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) now considers video games eligible for artistic funding, meaning they are legally recognized as an art form. For those not familiar with the NEA, it is a US government program which funds artistic projects to “enhance the public good.” In other words...
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    Samsung Galaxy S II gets 200,000 pre-orders

    Samsung has taken over 200,000 pre-orders of the Galaxy S II across all three major Korean carriers between Monday and Friday of last week. About 160,000 of those were from the country’s largest carrier, SK Telecom. The pre-orders cracked 10,000 units in the first 29 minutes and doubled that in...
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    FBI Warns : Fake bin Laden video is virus

    The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation warned computer users Tuesday that messages claiming to include photos and videos of Osama bin Laden’s death actually contain a virus that could steal personal information. The warning comes as security companies said that they’ve spotted the first...
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    Review : Samsung Galaxy S II

    The Samsung Galaxy S 2 has the weight of expectation crushing down on its skinny 8.49mm deep frame – and with an iPhone 5 possibly still half a year away, that’s a lot for one handset to bear. So does this Android 2.3, dual-core handset live up to the hype, and the hope? We’ve been testing it...
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    Sony attacked again: 24.6 million accounts compromised

    Sony Corporation and Sony Computer Entertainment announced today that their ongoing investigation of illegal intrusions into Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) systems revealed that hackers may have stolen SOE customer information on April 16, 2011 and April 17, 2011. Unlike the first time, Sony...
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    Google is more reputable than Facebook, Microsoft & Apple

    Following scandals, recalls, and self-inflicted economic crises, the American public’s overall corporate reputation is experiencing rehabilitation. Every year since 1999, Harris Interactive measures the reputations of the 60 Most Visible Companies in the US, and the 2011 version is now...
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    Bose donates his company to MIT

    Dr. Amar Bose, founder of the company that bears his name, has given the majority of the stock of Bose Corporation to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The donation is in the form of non-voting shares. MIT will receive annual cash dividends on those shares when dividends are paid...
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    Google’s Android have more free apps than Apple’s iPhone

    Google’s Android Market now offers more free apps for download (134,342 apps), than Apple’s App Store for iPhone (121,845 apps). This is great news for Android consumers, although Android developers probably aren’t too thrilled. Furthermore, the number of paid apps on the Android Market is about...
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    News Corporation wants to sell Myspace for $100 million

    News Corp is looking to sell the struggling social network Myspace, previously called MySpace but now stylized as My Space, for $100 million. That’s less than 20 percent of what the company originally paid for the website. The sale is expected to draw bids from several investment firms and...
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    Google announced voice & video chat for Android 2.3

    Google has announced a new version of Google Talk with video and voice chat for Android 2.3 (codenamed Gingerbread) devices. The new app lets you video or voice chat over a 3G data network, a 4G data network, or over Wi-Fi. The other person can be either using a compatible Android tablet or...
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    Review – LG Optimus 2X

    LG has traditionally focussed on the entry-level mobile phone market with handsets like the Optimus One, but its latest Android phone — the Optimus 2X — aims to compete at the top end of the market. Along with a powerful dual-core processor, the LG Optimus 2X has a 4in display, an 8-megapixel...
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    Nokia X7 - Windows Phone 7 by nokia

    Nokia is ditching its Symbian mobile phone operating system, and switching to Windows Phone 7 for future high-end smartphones, but the Finnish company still seems intent on pushing its Symbian platform. Its latest release is the Nokia X7, which has apparently been designed for “entertainment...
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    Google released Chrome 11 with speech-to-text feature

    Google released Chrome 11 with speech-to-text feature Google has released version 11 of its browser. The update brings hundreds of bug fixes as well as many features that have been available on the Chrome beta and dev channels to users interested in using Chrome’s latest builds (plus, a new...
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    How to choose correct screen for your room ?

    How to choose correct screen for your room ? Distance from a television screen affects your viewing experience. The closer you are to the screen, the more engaging and absorbing the experience. The farther you are from it the more distant the action will be. Sit the correct distance from the...
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