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Working Apple I motherboard sells for $374,500 and Steve Jobs Atari letter for $27,500

Working Apple I motherboard sells for $374,500 and Steve Jobs Atari letter for $27,500

Bhanu Pratap June 18, 2012 0

The famous auction house, “Sotheby’s” sold two rare pieces of Apple history on 15th June 2012. First, a functioning 1976 version of the company’s first motherboard and Second, an unrelated note written by Apple

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Instagram – everything you wanted to know about it but didn’t know who to ask

Instagram – everything you wanted to know about it but didn’t know who to ask

Bhanu Pratap June 6, 2012 1

Instagram is a free photo sharing program, initially launched in October 2010. It allows users to take a photo, apply a digital filter to it, and then share it on a variety of social

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Toshiba introduces ApriPetit – a Robot that talks to you

Toshiba introduces ApriPetit – a Robot that talks to you

Bhanu Pratap June 4, 2012 1

Robots have been here since a long time now. They are there on display in every auto show and in various other international shows. They have even been programmed to do certain chores, but

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Turning DNA into a living Re-writable Flash Drive

Turning DNA into a living Re-writable Flash Drive

Bhanu Pratap May 28, 2012 1

Man has constantly been in the endeavor to evolve technology to higher and higher levels, but man himself has posed the biggest challenge. To get through the complex system present in a human being’s body

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Bananaphone Synthesizer – brace up for crazy stuff

Bananaphone Synthesizer – brace up for crazy stuff

Bhanu Pratap May 22, 2012 0

Technology definitely means going crazy for some people. Had it not been like that, who would have tried to make synthesizer keys out of BANANAS! Jeff Ledger (of Gadget Gangster) has given shape to

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As Apple readies for iOS 6, it plans to launch 3D Maps and bid goodbye to Google Maps

As Apple readies for iOS 6, it plans to launch 3D Maps and bid goodbye to Google Maps

Bhanu Pratap May 12, 2012 0

Apple is ready to draw curtains on Google Maps. Yes, with Apple’s recent acquisition of C3 Technologies, Placebase and Polyo, it will able to create its own mapping database. Apple plans to replace Google

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Facebook ready with a new Ads test – Pay To “Highlight” Your FB Status Updates To More Friends

Facebook ready with a new Ads test – Pay To “Highlight” Your FB Status Updates To More Friends

Bhanu Pratap May 11, 2012 0

Do you know how many friends can actually see your status updates? Facebook algorithms work in a way that on an average only 12% to 16% of your friends can see your status updates. Facebook is

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SoundCloud is getting a Major Makeover, but as of now only private Beta users can see it

SoundCloud is getting a Major Makeover, but as of now only private Beta users can see it

Bhanu Pratap May 10, 2012 0

Even today many people are not even aware of SoundCloud, but those who use it, actually use it. You can check out the site by clicking here. Another note worthy point is that even

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Facebook employees hit Jackpot this month as they are granted almost US $ 800 million in RSU’s

Facebook employees hit Jackpot this month as they are granted almost US $ 800 million in RSU’s

Bhanu Pratap May 10, 2012 1

Facebook is one of the biggest success stories of this decade and the people associated with it can’t help but reap in it’s gains. Facebook has granted aroung US $ 796 million in Restricted

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Flint – Mobile payment app picks up $ 3 million through venture capital

Flint – Mobile payment app picks up $ 3 million through venture capital

Bhanu Pratap May 9, 2012 1

One of the latest or should I say newest mobile payment apps to hit the market is Flint. Unlike other mobile payment apps such as Square (from Paypal) or Isis this app doesn’t require

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