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Sara Rose

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She has spent the past 4 years playing the role of an IT consultant, and has now joined The Next Digit as a full time blogger. Her current profession is a result of her deep experience in computer gadgets, laptops, gaming accessories and other tech updates.

Facebook storms into the world of Virtual Reality

Facebook has recently revealed its plans of advancing into the world of virtual reality. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke about his plans of venturing into artificial intelligence and virtual reality at a conference in San Francisco. Facebook has always been at the helm of such developments and aims to gain ground in this arena in the future. Last year the ...

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Today is the final day of $1M Call of Duty championship 2015

The official 2015 Call of Duty championship is on right now in Los Angeles, California with 32 teams competing from all around the world. The winning team would be getting a mega cash prize of $1M with each team member winning a share of $400,000 each. The event which started on March 27th would be ending on March 29th. Activision’s ...

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Twitter’s Vine app now supports HD videos

Vine, was launched in 2012. It caters to the entertainment of the world because there are many hilarious small duration videos uploaded and viewed by the users. According to the latest survey, the Twitter owned service is used to stream over 1.5 billion Vines (or small videos) each day. But there is even better news for current vine users. Vine ...

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Microsoft Windows 10 Technical Preview on More Lumia Phones Announced

Windows 10 is an upcoming operating system by Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). The OS is touted as the most advanced and user-friendly software. It is also going to be device friendly, where the company has focused on running Windows on various devices like, PC, laptops, and now on phones and tablets too. More Lumia phones will now enjoy the Windows 10 ...

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Chinese Android phone maker LeTV compares Apple to Hitler in an ad

The Android OS is on the roll with Lollipop getting most positive comments all over the world. While there is no dearth of smartphones running Android, the race to sell more is increasing among brands in China. An ad campaign by a Chinese tech company recently compared Apple, a rival of the OS, to Adolf Hitler. While the technical buzz ...

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Astronauts begin a marathon year-long stay in space

On Friday NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko and cosmonaut Gennady Padalka blasted off aboard a Soyuz TMA-16 spacecraft from Kazakhstan. Scott and Mikhail will be the first to attempt a record year long mission aboard the spacecraft while Gennady would be returning in a standard 6 months. The Russians have already previously ...

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Facebook to beam internet through its solar powered drones

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has recently revealed its plans to put its solar powered drone in the sky. The company as a part of its efforts to enhance its user base has been working with organizations to build drones and satellites which will deliver internet facilities to people all around the world. Through its F8 conference Facebook revealed a prototype of ...

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Intel and Micron’s new brainchild – 10 TB 3D NAND Flash chips

There is definitely some excitement in the air as smartphones, tablets and laptops with higher capacities are soon going to be made available. Thanks to Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) and Micron (NASDAQ:MU) storage woes will soon come to an end. Intel and Micron have come up with a new 10 TB (terabyte) SSD (solid state drive) NAND flash memory storage that would ...

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Google and Johnson and Johnson’s newest venture: Robotic surgery

In a move which will be highly beneficial to the healthcare sector, US pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson (NASDAQ:JNJ) announced its plans to work in unison with Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) in order to explore and develop a robotic surgery program. Robotic surgery or robot assisted surgery has been a matter of great interest for a long time and has also been ...

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Google to launch its Ingress ‘sci-fi’ game based T.V. show

Google’s Niantic labs’ success with ‘Ingress’, an immersive virtual reality game has now propelled Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) to develop a T.V. show inspired by the game. This may be viewed by observers as Google’s attempts to veer into content development for populating television networks and further extending its reach; yet it must be stated at this point that one sparrow does ...

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