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Good Syncing

Just a day after a global blackout of a bunch of the most popular web-sites, one of the biggest Web file storages, Megaupload, was closed down by FBI due to the allegations in copyright infingement.

Megaupload was basically one of those sites on the Web, where you could trouble-free get a couple of nice freebie late... (read more)


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The Battery Life

One of the most enraging things in the world is when your smart-, mobile or cell phone gets dead just a few hours after you charged it.

Here's a cellphone which seems to do away with this problem forever. What I mean with 'do away forever' is that the standby time of ShareOne is, according to Xpal Power,... (read more)


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Salam World!

Unless you're living in a hut somewhere deep in forests, afar from the corrupting influence of civilization, you must be having at least one Muslim friend or acquaintance. The odds are, you're actually having more than one; the numbers of Muslims living in the Western countries has been constantly... (read more)


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Facebook statistics

Infographics Lab have recently published an infographic that contains major statistics of the world's greatest social network. When you look at it first time, it does really seem impressive.

I hope the data can be useful to you, or at least interesting :) To find the embedding code, please visit ... (read more)


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Higgs Boson: How It Works

You must've heard about the Higgs boson last week. Surely, you've heard about it. It's that particle that those guys in Switzerland have (probably) been able to detect on LHC. There was very much fanfare around this event in the media, but I doubt that even 2% of the people who heard about 'this treme... (read more)


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Li-Fi instead of Wi-Fi

Have you ever heard of Li-Fi? Shame on me, but I had absolutely no idea about what it is. So, let's see, Li-Fi (light fidelity) is the next step in development of communication technology after Wi-Fi. To transfer data it uses… light. The light can be of different kind, i.e. it may belong to the invisible... (read more)


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Evil corps are attacking the Internet...

The new proposed laws for controlling the Internet in the United States are outrageous. The evil corporations want a cake and eat it too :-( Instead of innovating their content or how people interact with it to curve the piracy, they are trying to block every single attempt to share the content.... (read more)


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Google Play: All in One

Yesterday Google launched a new cloud service that unites such portals as Google Music, Google Videos, Google Books и Android Market, and is designed specially for Android users.

They say, mobile applications to work with the service are on their way and are to be released in the next few days.

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Google can create 3D graphs

Our school teachers have nothing to do anymore. Google checks spelling, Google replaces books and encyclopedias, Google solves math problems… It couldn't do the only thing: create 3D graphs for complex equations. But those times are far away as well.

So these graphs are fully interactive, dynamic... (read more)