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Samsung is rumored to be releasing yet another new smartwatch in the coming months. This will be their fourth smartwatch model released this year, following the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit. The new watch will have its … Read more

Samsung is rumored to be releasing yet another new smartwatch in the coming months. This will be their fourth smartwatch model released this year, following the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit. The new watch will have its own SIM card and GPS, along with the rest of the Gear line’s goodies, like a camera, heart rate sensor, etc. The question everyone is asking now is, “wait, why would we need this?” Read More

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Google Joins Instagram
20 May, 2014 |  Article Source: Rob LaPointe
If you haven’t heard of Instagram, you’re one of very few. It’s pretty much the biggest social networking app. It was acquired by Facebook back in 2012 in a pretty historic business deal. With Instagram, people are enjoying the ease … Read more

If you haven’t heard of Instagram, you’re one of very few. It’s pretty much the biggest social networking app. It was acquired by Facebook back in 2012 in a pretty historic business deal. With Instagram, people are enjoying the ease of posting pics and following their favorite celebrities’ pics. Read More

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Google’s project Loon is a Google X project which aims to use high altitude balloons to distribute internet access to places that lack network infrastructure. It’s a huge undertaking, and there are a lot of possible reasons why it could … Read more

Google’s project Loon is a Google X project which aims to use high altitude balloons to distribute internet access to places that lack network infrastructure. It’s a huge undertaking, and there are a lot of possible reasons why it could fail. At TechCrunch Disrupt this week, Google’s Astro Teller talked a bit about project Loon as an example of turning obstacles into opportunities. Specifically, their problem was that they needed a slice of harmonized spectrum in order to create their network—without that they’d have no bandwidth for wireless transmissions, just some useless floating antenna with nothing connected to them. Read More

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Foursquare is about to break up into two different apps. It’s a big deal, but this kind of thing has happened before. It wasn’t long ago that Facebook created a separate app for Facebook Messenger, and recently experimented with Facebook … Read more

Foursquare is about to break up into two different apps. It’s a big deal, but this kind of thing has happened before. It wasn’t long ago that Facebook created a separate app for Facebook Messenger, and recently experimented with Facebook Paper for a whole new experience. It’s actually not unusual for big apps to avoid piling more features onto their apps, and there’s some intelligent app design behind that decision. Read More

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