iPad Going Pro

iPad Going Pro

It is speculated that Apple’s Keynote presentation will reveal the new iPad generation alongside the widely anticipated iPhone 6s. The new iPad range will include the iPad Pro, with a large high resolution display screen thought to measure between  12.2 and 12.9 inches across.  The device, which analysts have been anticipating for several months, will be ..

PC Computers to become thinner and stronger with new Intel Skylake Chip

PC Computers to become thinner and stronger with new Intel Skylake Chip

Intel announced new Skylake processing chips at IFA tech show in Berlin today. The new Skylake chips will bring improved performance, battery life and graphics-power to PC laptops, allowing them become much thinner than their predeccessors.  Intel have observed that there are approximately half a billion PC laptops over four years old in use and the ..

Smart Projector

Smart Projector

For a movie lover, idea of having home cinema is something very amazing.  Especially if it costs as less as price of a meal. Now this new gadget is a step towards this dream comes true. In £15 approximately you can now get this cardboard made box with 10x magnifying Lens. They call it smartphone ..

Keynotes – Samsung deck the S6 out in Querty hardware

Keynotes – Samsung deck the S6 out in Querty hardware

Touchscreen keyboards have long become the norm for leisure and business communication alike.  However, there are some business people who have yet to give in to touchscreen smartphones and still cling on to their Blackberry Querty keyboards for dear life. Samsung are now calling out to those people with a cli-on hardware keyboard for their Samsung Galaxy ..

Alibaba and Suning Go Hands in Hand

Alibaba and Suning Go Hands in Hand

Alibaba is the biggest online portal for buying and selling stuff (mostly technology related) in china. Now Alibaba join hands with another Giant of consumer retail market in China, Suning. This joining believes to bring benefit to 100s of consumers. In today’s world where many businesses switching from offline to online, this move is beneficial ..

Samsung Galaxy S6 price cut off

Samsung Galaxy S6 price cut off

  Sometimes to retain and to attract the customer, companies have to cut the prices on the latest product they have in market, especially when the competition is cut throat and the product isn’t doing much as well. Same the case with Samsung who reduce the price of its new phone Samsung Galaxy S6 by ..

3D Printed Pills

3D Printed Pills

3D Printers are helpful in printing 3D models of anything needed. Now for the first time they are being used to get pill produced by the 3D printer. The pharmaceutical company Aprecia developed this Epilepsy controlling pill which is already approved by US Authorities. Dr Mohamed Albed Alhnan, of University of Central Lancashire said, “For ..

Contactless Payment. Not so secure

Contactless Payment. Not so secure

Where there is a good, there is bad as well. Hacking is an evil faced by software and software developers almost since the time of computer itself. The problem is that you cannot make something 100% fool proof and there always been that element of hacking the system by someone more genius and smart than ..

Shell and PayPal Hands in Hands

Shell and PayPal Hands in Hands

With all the advancement in modes of payments like Apple pay, Shell and PayPal now join hands and the people having account with PayPal can pay for their petrol at shell petrol station. The service is known as Fill Up and Go.  In order to use this service, users must have the App on their ..

Game of Drones

Game of Drones

Man to Man Racing, Horse Racing, bicycle Racing, Motor Bike Racing, Car Racing and another step further into the future of Racing, Drone Racing is on its way. Sport of The Future what they are calling it. In the footsteps of USA this Drone Racing took place last weekend near Brighton. These Drones having a ..

Paypal Flees the Nest

Paypal Flees the Nest

  The split between Paypal and its parent company, announced in September 2014, will come into effect today.  It is thought that the spit was planned so Paypal can have more flexibility to compete with Apple Pay and Android Pay.  The separation between the pair, who have been trading under the one company since 2002, ..