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Google Wallet Service Coming to Glass

Soon Google Glass users will get an opportunity to install the Wallet service to their wearable computers and send money with the help of a simple voice command ''send money''. Google is currently testing the Wallet service. Now it's necessary to enter Google's corporate network to install the new software, which is unavailable for ordinary Glass...
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Swatch Against Apple’s Use of iWatch Label

Swatch Group AG has tried to assume measures against Apple Inc.: it contests the right of Apple to use iWatch label. The matter is that the world's biggest watchmaker has a product with a too similar name – iSwatch. In spite of the fact that Swatch isn't planning to bring Apple to trial, the company...
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Apple iWatch Already in Production

In China they have already begun to product small batches of long-awaited wearable devices from Apple. Apple hasn't announced any technical details of its new wearable computer. However, Apple CEO Tim Cook has always hinted that they are planning to produce smartwatch. The release of iWatch is planned for summer, so there is a strong probability that...
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Facebook Announces FbSrart

The world's largest social network Facebook announces FbStart. It's a program which aims at providing developers of mobile applications with support. Within the scope of this program app developers will be able to get free tools and services to the sum of $30,000 from Facebook and 11 other companies. Any app developer has an opportunity to...
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Patent Infringement: Apple VS Samsung

Unfortunately, giant mobile vendors and nemeses, Samsung and Apple are too wide from making peace. Their legal wrangle has appeared to be on a new plane – after a number of jury trials in San Jose, California there has been delivered the verdict: South Korea'a technology producer has infringed two Apple's patents and now has...
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Acer Liquid Leap, Wearable Smart Band

Acer demonstrated a prototype of Liquid Leap, its first wearable smart band. The device can track physical activity of its owner. A smart band demonstrated in the US is just a prototype. The device will be officially announced a little bit later, and it will come into the market at the end of July or at...
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Microsoft Updates Office for iPad: AirPrint Support

Microsoft launches an updated version of the Office software for iPad. Now the long-awaited software includes printing. So printing support is available for all 3 apps in the suite: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Users have an opportunity to print documents, spreadsheets and slides with the help of any compatible AirPrint-enabled wireless printer. In addition to AirPrint support,...
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iPhone 5 Sleep/Wake Button Replacement Initiative

Apple launches a special initiative on opportunity to have your iPhone 5's sleep/ wake button mechanism repaired free of charge in case it has stopped working or is working intermittently. The initiative is pitched at iPhone 5 models manufactured through March 2013 and marked by certain serial numbers. If you have some problems with this button,...
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Samsung Confirms Galaxy S5 Camera Issues

Samsung Inc. has acknowledged having some problems with cameras embedded into Galaxy S5 smartphones and promised to tighten supervision over finished products and prevent faulty devices from coming into the market. The spokesman of the mobile incorporation refused to announce the number of faulty Galaxy S5 smartphone, but he said that some failure reports had been...
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IT-giants combine efforts to prevent the next Heartbleed

Big IT corporations together with Linux Foundation are planning to contribute much money to support the project on removing vulnerability of software with open-source code. The initiative is taken by Microsoft, IBM, Google, Faceboook, Cisco Systems, Dell, Fujitsu, Intel, NetApp, VMWare, Amazon and Rackspace Hosting. The project is called the Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII). Jim Zimlim,...
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Short Review: Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 11

Price: $499 The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 11 is a budget tablet. It is quite enough for surfing the Web, watching videos and using social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. This tablet is equipped with a bright, vibrant display. The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 11 offers a wonderful typing experience and a decent battery life....
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Review: Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet

Pros: 1. This 10-inch Android tablet is the lightest tablet on the market (it is even lighter than the iPad Air) 2. This is a water-resistant device. 3. There is an opportunity to add up to 128GB of additional memory (there is a miscroUSB port and a microSD card slot embedded into the device). 4. The images boasts vividness...
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Google is planning to develop its next new tablet together with HTC

Two latest generations of 7-inch Google Nexus tablets are built by Asus. However, users expect Google to launch the next-generation tablet with a renewed design. That's why Google has made a decision to change the manufacturer of Nexus tablets. ASUSTeK Computer Inc. isn't too eager to receive a commission to manufacture the third generation of Nexus...
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History of Electronics: Samsung Opens Innovation Museum

Samsung Electronics opens the Samsung Innovation Museum in Suwon, South Korea to mark its 45th anniversary. The museum was inaugurated by CEO Kwon Oh-hyun. At the open event he said that Samsung Innovation Meseum had collected real historical masterpieces in the field of electronics. The museum stock numbers about 150 exhibits, including both Samsung products and inventions...
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LinkedIn Tops 300 Million Members

LinkedIn, the business-oriented social networking website, hits 300 million registered users. One third of these users (100 million) are from the US. And two thirds of them are outside the US. India, Brazil, the UK and Canada are the countries which boast the greatest number of LinkedIn members. In January 2013, LinkedIn announced that it had...
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Philips Announces Smartphone with Super Long Battery Life

Smartphones produced by Philips are not as popular as Apple, LG and Samsung's gadgets. However, they have always boasted a longer battery life in comparison with competitors. The new smartphone Philips W6618 is equipped with a battery which provides one and a half day of talk time and about two months (66 days) of standby. Unfortunately,...
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