A technology company called “Senseg” is developing a touchscreen technology which allows touchscreens to come to life with textures, contours, and edges that users can feel.

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The Startup Weekend presents an opportunity for all you procrastinating  entrepreneurs. Imagine being able to start up the enterprise, which you have dreamed about for the last 10 years, in 54 hours. That is what “Startup Weekend” is all about. Anyone can participate.  This incubator  is  run by an energetic group spread across the world. [...]

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Ready for the Next Big Computer Explosion?

Due to the discovery of a new electronic element, smaller, faster and smarter PCs are on the way. Have you ever heard of a memristor?

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A British scientist says that he is the first person to be infected by a computer virus. Want to know how? Check this DYK post.

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Bing Cashback has increased their cashback amount to 30% as valentine’s day special. So, go ahead, buy through Bing Cashback and save money!

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Google Introduces Building Maker To Google Earth

Google today reveals the secret of creating buildings on Google Earth. With a new plug-in for Google Earth called Google Building maker, you can create your own 3D buildings and submit it.

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Windows 7 has been enhanced in its visual designs lot more than its previous versions. But still many people stick with XP. You know, OLD IS GOLD!. Here is an icon pack that will replace your XP icons with Windows 7 icons to give it a more dignified look.

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A portion of an unmanned space craft called LCROSS will slam into Cabeus, an eternally dark crater on Luna. It’s been reported that many of the war mongering Earthlings are hoping for a spectacular plume of dust to be ejected from Luna (the Moon).

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PhotoSketch Helps You To Convert Your Pencil Drawings Into Real Images

Here is an application that helps you to convert your pencil drawings into real images. This was developed by a group of brilliant chinese students. A brilliant work

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Google Chrome OS, an open-source OS from Google was scheduled for public release in 2010. But, to the excitement there are rumors raising that it may be released in this month only.

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      Tags are here to rule the world and it has been widely used by various softwares and services. Taglocity is a service that allows users to tag your content from within Microsoft Outlook.   If you are using Outlook for multiple accounts then you may know how messy it gets when you [...]

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If you have a blog or a web site you will be regularly updating it with content such as images, files, videos etc. There are various ways in which you can update your web site. Here are 5 utilities which make uploading content easy for you and best of all these utilities are free. The [...]

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I have used a couple of cool windows explorer replacements that adds tabs to to the regular explorer navigation. If you want to switch to a tabbed windows explorer experience then I recommend you one of these below.

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RapidShare is undoubtedly the most popular and old file sharing network today. Other networks include, megaupload, mediafire, megashare, sendafile and lots more. Their business model is based upon revenue generated from Premium Accounts and selling advertisement space. RapidShare has become so popular that there are many RapidShare Search Engines today, which delve deep into RapidShare [...]

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If you are into improving your productivity while you are at your computer, you can use an shortcut enhancer such as Enso Launcher. You have probably heard of or using Launchy at the moment to launch programs or shortcuts efficiently. Let’s look at a new offering in this area and how it surpasses everything else [...]

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