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After months of rumors and leaks, Google’s Nexus 5 phone is here and it’s nothing short of spectacular. With a nationwide release last Friday, it is available at the Google Play Store,  & from Sprint and T-Mobile retailers. You can buy an unlocked version At $349 for 16 GB or $399 for 32 GB,  which

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You might not remember, but at one time, the mighty Google was just a fledgling start up. 1998 was the year, and Google had no money and was in a very tough competition with Yahoo, which was the dominant player in the search engine industry. Google had the technology, but didn’t have the cash to

  Google’s CEO Sergey Brin has released a statement that he has funded a Dutch university’s project to craft the world’s first lab-grown burgers and meats. The slab of synthetic meat, seen above, was grown using cells from a cow’s shoulder, which were grown into strips of meat, which in turn were compressed into a

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  Google announced plans over the weekend to remove all child pornography images from the web by using a new, picture-sharing database. The program, which the Telegraph reported will be operational within the year, will allow search engines and other web companies to swap information about images of children being abused or raped. Pictures that have been flagged as

Amazon has launched Amazon Storyteller, a tool to automatically create visualizations of screenplays so that they can be more readily pitched. The somewhat self-serving beta at Amazon Studios promises to analyze the scenes, locations, and characters in a script and then fashion a storyboard itself, which can then be tweaked by the author.   Amazon Storyteller

 (Above) In Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol, IMF Agents wore virtual reality contact lenses that had built-in facial recognition software,photo capture, and data transmission capability. Now, researchers at Samsung have made into a reality.   Researchers at several institutions, including two research arms of Samsung, have built contact lenses which use new nanomaterials that provide

      The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is looking to bring Internet access into parts of the world where there is none. Of course every company wants to tap into emerging markets, however, the way Google wants to do this is very interesting. According to the Journal’s article, Google “has worked on making special balloons

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  Google Glass makes it easy for wearers to surreptitiously take pictures or video of unknowing subjects. Unfortunately for Google, that’s caused more than a few people to ask: What does Glass mean for our privacy? Now Congress wants answers as well. Eight members of Congress’ bi-partisan privacy caucus sent a letter to Google CEO Larry Page Thursday

    Google is commemorating the 37th birthday of classic Atari game Breakout in the best possible way: It turned Google Image Search into a version of the game. To launch, go to Google Image Search  & type “Atari Breakout” …then  hit enter. The search results will show up, but they’ll be organized into a game that’s very similar to Breakout, which

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  In a move that should push Google Glass further into the mainstream market, Facebook has officially made its way into the optics of  the visual device.  Thanks to the third-party app developed by TesseractMobile,  the ‘Glass to Facebook’ app, makes picture taking, & photo sharing to Facebook is as easy as blinking. Once connected to your

By Contributing Writer Alex “Fernando” Montenegro: Fernando is a super talented Android developer and technical wizard.     Create amazing photos with Snapseed To get the perfect image requires more than just taking a good photograph, with + Snapseed  can create wonderful pictures and share them with friends. This mobile application provides a number of tools for retouching photographs and

By Contributing Writer Alex “Fernando” Montenegro: Fernando is a super talented Android developer and technical wizard. Pretty much an  8th Degree Black Belt on most things tablet, phone and geek.         If you’ve ever used a tablet or smartphone of any kind,  you know very well that printing your pictures, or your work from