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Control your House

Both Samsung and LG — the longtime South Korean rivals — introduced a vast range of next-generation products. The most showy, to me, devices provided by the giants are services allowing people to communicate with their house appliances. SmartHome by Samsung and HomeChat by LG help you take control... (read more)


Android Kit Kat bar

How do you find this picture?

It's an Android-shaped Kit Kat bar . That is the way the Android and Chrome team wants to display how sweet the next version of Android is going to be. I'm quite curious what Android 4.4 Kit Kat will look like.

And only one question disturbes my mind: is the statue eatable???


Cats want to play PC!

Cats are grasping the world! Some developers have taken it into account and designed computer games for cats :)

The same story: the cat is to chase a moving mouse or catch a fish. Experience with your tomcat today and share :)


Be water-conscious!

Fortunately, more and more people get concerned about water consumption today. We tend not to think about it in our everyday life but some people do bother. E.g. Nice and Serious Team never allow themselves to forget about water overuse. Moreover, they try to teach other people about conscious water usage and ways to ... (read more)


From Microsoft with love

Microsoft Corporation knows much about fashion. E.g. it appears to be well aware that bright colours are in vogue now. The best proves are the photos of the new devices of the Surface family: the smartwatch and keyboard.


Spoil your pics!

Everybody has a friend that always spoils photos — that's a fact. Now you can do it on your own by adding emoticons. Sure, someone may like this project but I'm personally fed up with this expression of feelings in the picture.

In my humble opinion, it was a very nice photo before adding emoticons. It's ... (read more)


Google: More than just shops?

Google is going to create its own retail network all over the USA by 2014. Don't suppose it'll be a store in its usual sense. In order to compete Apple and Microsoft, the multinational corporation is likely to provide upcoming products to try for potential customers before they purchase them. It's stated that the... (read more)


Internet Explorer rules?

Perhaps, you'll be wondered but it's actually so according to the research of Net Applications.

Here goes the schema:

To be honest, I thought everybody uses Google Chrome but I seem to mistaken)

Do you believe in the figures?