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What's Happening in Technogy

What Happening in Technogy

Once Fully Charged: Microsoft’s Android Wear keyboard app, it is going to be the first trailer for PlayStation’s Powers TV show, and Netflix charging extra for 4K content

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Sony Computer Entertainment Announces "Project Morpheus" - A Virtual Reality System That Expands The World Of Playstation®4 (PS4™)

An add-on VR headset offers a convincing look at the future of gaming and a whole new experience. But what is it like to use?

 

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Smartphone pictures pose privacy risks

This is truly alarming – please take the time to watch. At the end they’ll tell you how to set your phone so you don’t run this risk!

PLEASE PASS THIS INFO TO ANYONE YOU KNOW WHO TAKES PICTURES WITH THEIR CELL OR SMART PHONE AND POSTS THEM ONLINE.

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The designers of the Pebble watch realized that a mobile phone is more useful if you don’t have to take it out of your pocket.:

Eric Migicovsky didn’t really want a “wearable computer.” When he first conceived of what would become the Pebble smart watch five years ago, as an industrial-design student at Delft University of Technology in the Nether­lands, he just wanted a way to use his smartphone without crashing his bicycle. “I thought of creating a watch that could grab information from my phone,” the 26-year-old Canadian says. “I ended up building a prototype in my dorm room.”

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How to Get Rid of Who Viewed Your Page on Facebook thumbnail

Facebook viruses have been around for a while, but lately I’ve seen them cropping up even more frequently. You get a Facebook virus when you click on a link that installs malicious code or if you allow an untrusted application access to your account. The links most people click on claim to tell you who has been looking at your Facebook profile (catch those stalkers and ex-boyfriends in the act!) or allow you to watch a video of something “you won’t believe!” or even a video of you (What were you doing here? That’s crazy!). Facebook viruses are becoming harder to discern.

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If you’re not particularly tech-savvy, the notion of buying, maintaining or learning about technology for your business can be difficult and alarming.

Everything from social media to gadgets you use to lack of knowledge can affect your efficiency as a small business owner. Your schedule is loaded with events during the week and on weekends; don’t let technology inefficiencies get in the way of running
your business. Here are 12 common tech mistakes and how you can effectively avoid them.

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Windows 7 (formerly codenamed Blackcomb and Vienna) is the next release of Microsoft Windows, an operating system produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, Tablet PCs, notebooks and media center PCs.

Below is a list of beautiful wallpapers of Windows 7. Some are official wallpapers, while others are created by those creative beings.

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black World’s Smallest USB Memory Stick by Deonet

You think that USB memory stick can’t possibly get any smaller? Well, a Dutch company Deonet was able to invent the world’s smallest USB memory stick. It would be interesting to note that Deonet is also the company responsible for the creation of Golden USB memory stick enriched with diamonds, as well as the FSC-certified Eco Wood drive.

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