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SensorWake Wants To Wake You With Pleasant Scents | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    The device is called SensorWake, and is an alarm clock where the alarm is a scent. Testing done on 100 people using the SensorWake found that 99% of the time in under 2 minutes. If you happen to have a stuffy nose, then an alarm will sound after 3 minutes. To use the device, a capsule is inserted into the machine and the alarm set. The scent will come out at the designated time, waking you up in the morning with a rude beeping which shocks up more than wakes up.
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Google Android Pay made official during Google I/O 2015 | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    Google have collaborated with mobile carriers, payment networks, banks and retailers to design Android Pay. Android Pay is a way to make payments using your Android smartphone with a tap in stores or online. It's an open platform that Google wants to keep developing to deliver more choice and flexibility to users.
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Tech companies recommanded Obama to reject the backdoor encryption software | It's... - 0 views

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    Should the U.S. government force tech companies to put a backdoor into encrypted information on communications devices to allow them to easily decrypt an individual's information?
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KickStarter Phree pen device can actually write anywhere | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    The Phree is an interesting device that will probably be very useful to a lot of people. The Phree is a pen that can write on pretty much everything and input the data to a mobile device. So you can picture it, look at the armrest of your chair, get a pen and write.
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Google will test Self-Drive Cars on Public Roads | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    Self-driving cars are closer to becoming a reality, as Google announces testing to be done with prototypes around Mountain View, California. Safety drivers will be aboard in case there are any problems that require the vehicle to be driven manually.
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Meet C.H.I.P., the World's first $9 Computer | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    C.H.I.P. is a $9 portable computer that can do a range of things a computer does. Designed as a chip, it contains a process, RAM and storage space to allow for a range of uses, like a computer would. It is able to use Libre Office, play games, connect to the Internet and use other application preinstalled in C.H.I.P.
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Google's self driving cars face unique challenges when it comes to accident preven... - 0 views

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    elf driving cars are the technology of the future. Google has been the first to really develop the technology, and their prototypes are already hitting the streets for impressive demonstrations. But they face unique challenges when it comes to accident prevention, challenges that have to be addressed before they are accepted as consumer-ready.
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Nexpaq, the modular case that add functions to your smartphone | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    You don't always want to upgrade your smartphone for the newer model, but you want to have the smartphone do more for you. Nexpaq is a special kind of case that makes it possible to enhance the smartphone's features in ways that you want it to be.
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Microsoft changes their model, calls Windows 10 "the last version" | It'... - 1 views

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    Microsoft has always followed by the same model: regular updates to their operating system that completely change the function as technology progresses. Now, it would appear Satya Nadella's Microsoft will be taking a different route.
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Stay Tuned for ConferenceShopper Responsive Web Design Live Soon - 0 views

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    People are the great assets of any business. Whether they are co-workers, partners, vendors and customers. They can be located to all over the world. To make any business move ahead they all should be connected to talk, collaborate and gather opinions. Conferenceshopper brings them together by offering top cloud based audio, video and web conferencing services to access each one beyond the borders. Whether you need conference call services for your small business or for large corporate we make your business meetings more easier.
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    Get ready to have optimal viewing experience with our new Responsive Web Design. The website is on the verge of launching soon to provide user an easy interface, excellent reading experience, user friendly navigation, and scrolling features with accessing the web across a wide range of devices. Stay tuned with us to experience the new responsive feature live soon.
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Oculus Rift consumer version will be shipped in 2016 | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    Details about the first commercial Oculus Rift virtual reality headset have finally hit the internet, with a tentative release date ending months of rumors and speculation.
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Internet.org is now open to developers | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    Mark Zuckerberg, of Facebook, has announced that Internet.org will be opening itself up for developers to design apps. For those who don't know, Internet.org is a plan to get Internet access to billions more people across the world.
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Security researchers developed a method to automatically track Android shady apps | It&... - 0 views

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    Anyone who has owned any kind of Android run device, from their phones to their Chromebooks, is well aware that their apps can be a crapshoot. But now a new method for auto tracking apps that connect to data mining or ad sites could offer a potential solution.
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Tesla Powerwall - A battery for the home of the future | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    Elon Musk and Tesla want to change how the world uses energy, and have unveiled a new product line called Tesla Energy. One of its first products is the Powerwall, a battery that is install in the home that regulates and monitors how energy is used.
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