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Windows 95 on an Apple Watch – Really?
Apr30

Windows 95 on an Apple Watch – Really?

Apple Watch is one of the cutest wearable devices around there. Would you do any heavy experiment on it? A wired tryout can void your Watch’s warranty in seconds. But can it resist you from exploring the ‘potential’ of the tiny gadget? You know the answer. Here I got something extremely interesting. Nick Lee, a developer based in New York has picked up Windows 95, Microsoft’s legacy operating system to install on his Apple Watch. And...

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This unique Yellow Apple iPad Pro is going to sell at around $18,000!
Apr17

This unique Yellow Apple iPad Pro is going to sell at around $18,000!

Apple products are famous for great designs, shiny finishes, posh color variations and of course for performance derived from their well-planned tech specifications. It’s no secret that, these products are priced enough to make people expect value for money. But sometimes there is something more than the machine itself. That’s why a special edition of another Apple product has been made. Apple’s design team led by Jony Ive has crafted...

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Now you can use Skype for Web without plugins!!!
Apr15

Now you can use Skype for Web without plugins!!!

  Microsoft first revealed Skype for Web back in mid-2015. Since then, the beta service required users to download and install a browser extension or plugin to make a voice or video call over the web version of Skype. The Redmond, Washington based technology giant had previously committed to support the WebRTC standard, and today the company has started the journey to fulfill its words. Microsoft has announced the support of...

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Google’s self-driving cars faced 11 accidents but “it wasn’t the autonomous car’s fault”
May12

Google’s self-driving cars faced 11 accidents but “it wasn’t the autonomous car’s fault”

The Associated Press has reported that four of the 48 self-driving cars which have licenses to operate in California have faced minor accidents since last September. According to the report, two of these accidents took place in auto-driving mode, and other two happened in manual mode. Luckily, the crushes occurred at less than 10mph speed. Shortly after the AP report, Google’s self-driving car program director Chris Urmson has...

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Google Halts Map Maker Service after Peeing Android Issue
May12

Google Halts Map Maker Service after Peeing Android Issue

Remember the Google Maps prank image with an Android mascot peeing on an Apple logo? Yes, it happened last month, and Google said sorry for this. It was a user-created content inserted into Google Maps using the Map Maker tool which allows anyone to contribute to the mapping service. Once the image was discovered, Google confirmed that it was resulted by a user-edit, and the company took the image down. However, it still raises...

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