Year: 1984
Photograph by: Steve McCurray, for National Geographic

A collection of some of the world’s most haunting photos ever taken. Not only will they speak volumes, they can simply blank someone out! Just swim in the sea of artistic creativity in capturing the real world.

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Google and Motorola have filed yet another patent infringement lawsuit against Apple, and are trying to get imports of iPhones, iPads and Macs banned in the U.S.

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Kodak has stated that it may not sell some or all of its digital imaging patents in the patent auction if it fails to get its desired price for the patent portfolio.

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It all started after Matthew Inman at The Oatmeal wrote a piece on Tesla Museum. Tesla Museum was part of ambitious project, in which a non-profit organization (Tesla Science Center) wanted to build a museum on the exact spot of Wardenclyffe, thereby protecting this historic landmark from the current danger of being replaced with a retail establishment.

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The Ecuadorian Government has not made any statement yet, but it will announce its decision on Assange’s refuge plea at 10 PM AEST today. In the meanwhile, WikiLeaks came out with a report stating that the UK Government is threatening Ecuador to forcefully enter its embassy and arrest Assange.

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Intel and ARM are fighting on multiple fronts, and this is just another battle in the ongoing war. According to a benchmark carried out by Calxeda, ARM’s Cortex A9 based ECX-1000 servers could outdo Intel’s Xeon processors in performance, and Intel responded with its own results.

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Google India is celebrating the Independence Day with a colorful doodle on its home page, which on mouse over will greet you with a message, “Indian Independence Day”

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Knight Capital from Jersey city had massive trading losses because of a technology glitch on August 1. A $5 billion trade that was supposed to take place over 5 weeks was done in 20 minutes. This is what technology can do!

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Tablets are disrupting Gaming. For example, consider the iPad. The 55 million iPads on the market will very quickly catch up with the 60 million Xboxes. This presents a wonderful opportunity for tablets to attack organization enterprises and the technology ecosystem as we know it. The combination of tablets, enterprises, and games looks like an a revolution in the making.

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The Gauss trojan names its modules after famous mathematicians like Gauss himself, Lagrange and Godel. The primary module which implements the data-stealing capabilities is called Gauss, and hence the name itself.

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Popular news reading app Pulse has finally unshackled itself from the mobile platform with the launch of Pulse for the Web. Pulse web app focuses on the same things that made its mobile app so popular in the first place – a gorgeous clean interface that reading publications you love and discovering stories that interest you simple and fun.

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Google announced in its official blog that it plans to include Gmail in search results.

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Today’s London 2012 Day 15 Google Doodle is all about Football (Soccer). The latest Google doodle wants you to save some goals for your country, and more the number of goals you save, the better your points will be and the higher number of stars you will be awarded.

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Valve will open Steam to include all applications.

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Apple has been cashing in on China recently with the iPad, iPhone and Mac line of computers. Because of this, all of Apple’s platforms have been gaining markershare like crazy in China and parts of Asia.

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