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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.

Microsoft-Volvo Partnership Promising the Future of Autonomous Cars

Great news for virtual reality and car aficionados, as two major companies partner up to enhance your car-buying experience. But what can you expect from the Microsoft-Volvo partnership promising the future of autonomous cars? Right off the bat, the autonomous car they are promising is still a way away. What the partnership currently employs is using Microsoft’s virtual reality HoloLens ...

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Want a Smartphone? Is Pepsi OK?

"pepsi store"

Do you want a smartphone? Is Pepsi ok? These are two questions nobody thought would make sense uttered one after the other. However, 2015 is a year of change, if nothing else, as the soft drinks titan decides to take on smartphone manufacturers as well. We all know Pepsi. Loved or hated, they are indisputably one of the biggest names ...

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New Technology Uses Radio Waves to See Through Walls

Technology that uses radio waves can observe people’s movements through walls, and it may become the future of health care and smart houses, according to researchers. Computer scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts created a system that can generate radio waves that bounce off people’s bodies. The reflections are then picked up by receivers, and are ...

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Safety Check Service for Nigeria Has Been Activated

"Safety Check for Nigeria bombing"

Facebook has recently announced that their Safety Check Service for Nigeria has been activated at less than a week after last Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris. The social network has faced strong criticism because the service was only made available in France, while similar attacks in Beirut were neglected. Safety Check is the online service that Facebook introduced in April ...

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Is Mobile Encryption Really Working in Our Favor?

"encrypted computer chips"

Last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris got people asking themselves: is mobile encryption really working in our favor? The NSA and the U.S. government are trying to gain back door access to users’ encrypted data, but this could weaken protection against hackers and extremists. Smartphone developers and tech producers have been involved in many debates concerning their encryption codes. The ...

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Microsoft Celebrating Black Friday with 10 Days of 10-Cent Deals

"Microsoft 10-cent deals"

Among the many news that got our attention this week was also the one about Microsoft celebrating black Friday with 10 days of 10-cent deals. As you’ve probably already imagined, the Holiday deals that the company has prepared are mainly related to their arrays of game consoles: Xbox One and Xbox 360. The holiday season is the most anticipated time ...

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Windows 10 Mobile Promises a Technological Revolution

The new Windows 10 Mobile OS could be classified as a second-level platform, but it does not have poor features compared to the major operating systems. With a new mobile system, Microsoft has increased with more than 100% the efficiency rate, designing an effective OS with periodic updates, especially for its recent desktop-like Continuum function. Microsoft offered to the tech ...

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Google Hangouts Users Can Now Join Via Invitations

Google has just made simpler the way in which people can have an online conference, or any type of chatting for that manner, through its Google Hangouts feature. The organization announced this week that customers are no longer required to own a personal Google account in order to use the service, and instead they only need an invitation to a ...

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The Reason Why Rockstar Is Against Annual Releases


Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take Two, Rockstar’s parent company, answered some questions today about their games. One of the most debated questions on the Internet was also one of the first to be answered, so here is the reason why Rockstar is against annual releases. According to the Strauss Zelnick, there are two main reasons why Take Two does not ...

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Robot Cats for the Elderly, by Hasbro

"old woman"

As part of their Joy for All line of toys, the creative people at Hasbro have proudly announced their new toy: the Joy for All Companion Pet Cat. Indeed, we will soon have robot cats for the elderly, by Hasbro. Already declared the most therapeutic robot ever made by the people over at Guinness World Records, the Companion Pet Cat ...

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