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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

App Prices to Be Lowered by Google in 17 Countries

"Android Market"

Great news for the roughly 1.5 billion Android users around the world, as the multi-national giant declares app prices to be lowered by Google in 17 countries. Well, not exactly. The prices themselves will not be lowered by the enterprise, as the developers are allowed to set their own. What will be lowered is the minimum price for which an ...

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Android Marshmallow 6.0 Arriving on Motorola Phones

Gradually, Android Marshmallow 6.0 is arriving on an increasing number of gadgets and the newest receivers of the OS are last year’s Moto X and 2015’s Moto X Pure (or Style, depending on where you live). These two popular smart phones are important, since all Motorola X devices are popular in many parts of the globe. The company’s representatives stated ...

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Google Chromebit – a Powerful PC in a Tiny Package

The giant search engine has launched a new gadget called Google Chromebit, this being the latest member of an increasing Chromebook family. The device is more similar to the Chromecast than the Chromebook, but its dongle possesses the internal elements of the notebooks based on Google’s browser packed into sticks more compact than the iPhone. The search engine presented the new ...

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OnePlus X Packing the Same Specs in a Smaller Frame

The recently launched OnePlus X surpasses new limits for a younger company from China. By developing the OnePlus X, the manufacturer eschewed its regular system of integrating the best chip processor in an extremely affordable mobile device. Instead, OnePlus has rewired the internal components the original OnePlus One in a compact gadget with a reduced $250 cost. But in accomplishing ...

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Android Wear Arriving with the Wrist Gestures

Google has lately launched an upgrade to its Android Wear system. The 1.4 upgrade delivers a new series of user gestures, enabling improved ways to manage the smart watch’s functions. The movement of the tiny touch screen to the right and left is already implemented, but with its new action control, the user can just move his hand for this ...

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Facebook’s Safety Check Will Be Activated for Paris AND Beirut

"facebook's security check"

Users have criticized the social platform for using Safety Check for the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, but not for last week’s bombing in Beirut, which killed 40 people. Consequently, Facebook’s Safety Check will be activated for Paris AND Beirut. Facebook was well-intentioned; the company was the first to respond when the attacks took place in Paris on November the ...

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Police Fines Google Car for Driving Too Slowly

"Google driverless car"

While human drivers get pulled over for DUI or speeding, Police fines Google car for driving too slowly. Google was quick to respond saying the car has been programmed to observe street rules, accordingly. There have been many headlines recently in relation to Google’s car and we assume this is absolutely normal considering the wonderful things that the vehicle can ...

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Cyber-Roaches to Be Future Heroes

Using remote technology, researchers at North Carolina State University will control cockroaches and use them to help find survivors in the case of a disaster. The roaches will be equipped with computer-chip backpacks, which will be used for data collection. After all the information is collected it will be transmitted to the emergency personnel. Alper Bozkurt, an assistant professor of ...

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Sony Will Discontinue Betamax Video Tapes

On Tuesday, Sony – a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation – announced on the company’s Japanese website that it will stop producing Betamax video tapes in March 2016. Betamax are videocassette recorders, as well as video tapes developed by Sony and first released in Japan in May 1975. Betamax was first introduced in the United States in November 1975. The company ceased to make ...

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Robots in Amsterdam Build 3D Printed Bridge

MX3D – a company in Amsterdam that develops robotic 3D print technology – is the creator of the new project, in which a 3D-printed metal footbridge shall be built by 2017. Tim Geurtjens, co-founder and chief technology officer at MX3D said that the bridge will be constructed by robots that ‘print’ layer upon layer of steel to create a solid ...

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