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New Device Which Turns Your Smartphone Into a Medical Lab

“SWISS ARMY” TECH The advent of the smart phone was a key development in the technological evolution of our species. What used to be relegated to entire rooms and even buildings can now fit snugly in our pockets giving each person the potential to access massive amounts of information from the palm of their hand. This evolution has not reached its apex, however, as continuing innovations are allowing for more and more capabilities for the technology. With the help of some researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, we can…



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Difference between NFC and MST-samsung pay

Near Field Communication (NFC) It allows two devices placed within a few inches of each other to exchange information by tapping one device to other. If merchants want to use NFC for communication they have to upgrade their current Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) It sends a magnetic signal from a compatible device to the payment terminal’s card reader. MST payments do not require the merchant to upgrade the payment terminal, making Samsung Pay available for use at nearly all payment terminals with a card reader. Some payment terminals may require…



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Top Technology Myth’s Debunked

There was a time when development in technology happened at snail’s pace. You blink, and you miss it is the pace at which current development takes place. As someone said, Yesterday’s standard operating procedure is tomorrow’s mistake. And what used to be good advice for avoiding danger might not be relevant anymore. In our daily life, we have heard many technology myths and blindly follow them too, but here are some of them which we would like to debunk. Top Technology Myths: Charging Phones, laptops after 100% charge will reduce battery…



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Dual SIM Standby and Dual SIM Active

A well-known fact about smartphones is that they have made their way into our daily lives and in a manner, nobody has ever predicted. With the advent of Dual SIM technology smartphones is an inextricable part of the daily routine of any person; a tech geek or otherwise.                   About six months ago when I was on a searching spree to upgrade my existing ASUS Zenfone 5. A cost effective yet a power packed phone was the need of the hour. After countless…



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New safety app from Google share your location with loved ones

Google is making it easier for your close friends and family to keep track of you with its new Trusted Contacts app for Android. The idea is simple: assign some of your contacts as “trusted” and they’ll be able to request your location and see your current activity status. If you don’t respond to a location request within five minutes, it will be automatically shared with these contacts. It’s basically Google’s version of the Weasley clock in Harry Potter. The general idea is to be able to make sure loved…



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YouTube to introduce 4K live streaming

YouTube is increasingly regarded as a streaming platform in its own right. It’s swiftly catching up with more established players (a cough Twitch a cough) and is adding new features at a break-neck pace. Now, it’s brought 4K streaming to the platform. Starting from December 1, it’ll be possible for streamers and content creators to broadcast themselves in a resolution four times as detailed as standard 1080p. YouTube is launching the feature with a bang and plans to stream tomorrow’s Game Awards in full 4K goodness, starting at 3PM PST…



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Instagram introduces Live video and disappearing messages

After Instagram copied Snapchat and then differentiated itself by adding Boomerangs, mentions, and URLs, now the company is at it again. Live Video on Instagram Stories Starting today, the company is rolling out ephemeral Live video and messages. The first is arguably the most interesting addition and brings one of Facebook’s big features to the photo sharing app. When you’re creating a story, you’ll soon be able to swipe over to a new ‘Live’ button, offering a way for users to hop into a live stream. When someone starts streaming,…



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Twitter brings its live video app to Android TV

Twitter has been making the big push into video this year, striking deals with broadcasters for live content, including sports and the US elections. Now Twitter is bringing live video to Android TV. The company already launched live video apps for Apple TV, Amazon’s Fire TV, and the Xbox One, but apparently Android TV was just deemed important enough as well. It’s NFL deal for streaming Thursday night games is likely the most notable bit of live content on right now, but as Android Police points out, the league is…



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Microsoft starts powering its Wyoming datacentre entirely with Wind Energy

Microsoft said its Cheyenne datacentre in Wyoming will now be powered entirely by 237 megawatts of wind energy. “Our commitment extends beyond greening our own operations because these projects help create a greener, more reliable grid in the communities in which we operate,” Brad Smith, President and Chief Legal Officer, said in a Microsoft blog post on Monday. “That’s why we are announcing our largest wind energy purchases yet – 237 megawatts of wind energy – that will allow our datacenter in Cheyenne, Wyoming to be powered entirely by wind…



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Lenovo is ditching its own brand name to make way for ‘Moto’

Campaign Asia reports that gadget maker Lenovo will stop marketing smartphones with its own brand name and adopt the Moto label from here on out. The company acquired Motorola from Google for $2.91 billion in 2014. It previously announced plans to phase out the ‘Motorola’ name for handsets at the beginning of this year; the new change comes along with a shake-up of the company’s leadership. It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out for the Moto brand. As Android Police noted, there’s a risk of diluting the sensible…



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