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The new crazy phone levitating charger

Are you tired of charging your phone with cables, usb adapters and gravity? Well, this could be coming to an end. Either through some cool magic tricks or cool tech, you could soon be charging your phone while it levitates. The OvRcharge device is currently gaining traction on Kickstarter, already halfway towards its $40,000 goal at the time of writing. As the video below shows, the system is comprised of two...

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Microsoft issues cumulative roll-up pack for Windows 7

The bad news? Bundle of five years of fixes available only on Microsoft’s Update Catalog, a hard-to-navigate site that mandates IE Microsoft yesterday threw a bone to Windows 7 users by releasing a cumulative roll-up that collects all the bug fixes from February 2011 to April 2016, making it easier to update a PC running the still-standard OS. The Redmond, Wash. company has ditched the “service...

May 18, 2016 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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Amazon adds new Alexa features to Fire TV

Amazon has gone to great lengths in the past year or so to expand its Alexa voice assistant beyond the Echo connected speaker. On Tuesday, one of its other devices that taps the cloud-based Alexa—the Fire TV media streamer—got a whole lot better on Tuesday in an announcement that demonstrates how far behind Google’s recently announced Google Home device already is. While the new features are not...

May 18, 2016 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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Facebook’s big announcement: Bots for messenger

If we tought that speaking with a (ro)bot is a fiction that can only happen in the movies, Facebook want to let us know that we’re wrong. Really wrong. At the F8 Developer Conference, Facebook announced new bots for it’s instant messaging service, which will be a huge help, mostly for companies, in order to create an easier communication between them and customers. Facebook is convinced that their...

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Flash memory’s density surpasses hard drives for first time

NAND flash memory has surpassed hard disk drive (HDD) technology in areal density for the first time, according to a new report from a market research firm. During a presentation at the 2016 IEEE International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco last week, Micron shared data showing NAND flash has moved past HDDs in areal density, according to Coughlin Associates. At last year’s ISSCC,...

February 11, 2016 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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How to speed up or increase the speed of your Magento Store

Well, as you may already know, Magento is a very complex eCommerce suite. If you have issues with your magento website due to the slow loading speed, you may wanna take a look at our Virtual Servers (VPS) plans starting from only 6.00 EUR/monthly. If you think a VPS Server is not enough for your website, we can offer you a Dedicated Server in our main Datacenter located in Bucharest, Romania. Brand new...

December 19, 2015 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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Facebook to Open Source Custom Artificial Intelligence Hardware

Facebook wants to replicate the success of its open source server design efforts in hardware for artificial intelligence. The social network announced it plans to contribute designs of the latest generation of custom high-performance servers it uses to build neural networks to the Open Compute Project, the open source hardware initiative Mark Zuckerberg claimed last year had saved it $1.2 billion. Facebook’s new...

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Drones in 2015 move from ‘wow, that’s neat’ to ‘uh-oh’

In 2015, as drones started swarming the skies, the small unmanned aircraft transformed from novelty gadget to regulatory headache. Drones, most often camera-equipped quadcopters whose four computer-controlled rotors keep them aloft, are hot items as consumers snap them up and businesses put them to use. While the Federal Aviation Administration bans businesses from using them, it’s easy for some to shirk...

December 03, 2015 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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