Monthly Archives: January 2013

Apple iPad with 128 GB

Apple announced the availability of an iPad with 128 GB memory. This iPad shall be available by begin of February 2013 for the iPad of the fourth generation for the WLAN version and the 3G version. Besides the double sized … Continue reading

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PaperTab – the next generation of paper

The human media lab of the Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada developed in cooperation with plastic logic and intel labs a device which they call “flexible paper-computer”, referred as PaperTabs. PaperTabs shall completely replace real paper in the near future. … Continue reading

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Facebook provides new search functionality

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of facebook, announced a new search functionality for his social network. The difference to classical search systems such as Google is that the facebook search takes advantage of the social graph of its users. This is a … Continue reading

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A fork which helps you to get slim and happy

HAPILABS introduced a fork which helps people to be too greedy. The fork registers movements and the weight which is transported to the mouth. The higher the frequency and the weight, the more the fork starts vibrating and blinking. HAPILABS … Continue reading

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Apple store announces 40 billion apps downloaded since start

In an official announcement Apple reported that since the start of the app store more than 40 billion apps have been downloaded. Just in 2012 it was more than 20 billions, and 2 billions just in December 2012. Until now … Continue reading

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