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Paperclip Armrest to Solve Armrest Sharing Issues in a Plane

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It must have happened with most of you – sharing or fighting for an armrest with a fellow passenger. The situation might have become awkward at certain instances, but a new concept design called the Paperclip Armrest will likely take care of it in coming times. It has been designed on a simple basis which effectively doubles the space and grants two passengers a chance to use the same armrest simultaneously. This new concept armrest has been designed by James Lee of Hong Kong­based Paperclip Design. He has already won various awards for his innovative aerospace design concepts like the Crystal Cabin Award and many others to name. His design, the Paperclip Armrest is already patented in the U.S. and UK and has also won prestigious awards such as the Good Design Award and Red Dot Award. It may take some time for its entry into the aviation arena, but till then it can be used in theaters, multiplexes as well.

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GameStop to Host a Make­a­Wish Donation Program 

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GameStop, the American video game retailer is going to host a Make­A­Wish donation program in its stores next month, starting from May 1 till May 31. The donation program will be urging customers to donate $1 or more in addition to their purchases. All collections made in this donation program will go directly to Make­A­Wish foundation. Make­A­Wish is a charitable foundation that aims at granting the wishes of children diagnosed with life­threatening illnesses in the United States.  It fulfils one wish every 38 minutes. GameStop is targeting around $100,000 to be raised for this donation program in May.


To Prevent File Recovery in Flash Drives, Avoid Quick Formatting

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You may be a bit surprised to know that recovering deleted files from USB flash drives isn’t as difficult as you think. If you feel that on formatting the USB drive recovering a file is not possible, then give it a second thought. It is because, according to experts at How to Geek, the data recovery of internal SSDs is …


Kadokawa acquires From Software

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Dark Souls studio’s From Software has been acquired by Japanese publisher Kadokawa Games. The announcement was made via Japanese publisher Kadokawa’s press report. The acquisition has reportedly been done to take advantage of the company’s worldwide influence. From Software, the Dark Souls fame will now have to work alongside Kadokawa Games and its other associated teams and companies. Kadokawa Games …

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Twitch is the best live streaming site

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Twitch has become the number one site for live streaming video content in the United States, according to a detailed report by video solutions company Qwilt. The company’s data presents Twitch way ahead of its other competitors. It currently holds 43.6% of all live streaming viewership, while WWE is the distant second at 17.7%. Even ESPN couldn’t come any closer, …

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Carnegie students develop Kinetica app

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The researchers at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an app called Kinetica. It is an app that allows the users to touch, stain and play with the data on their iPads using their hands. Kinetica also has a feature that lets the users load any Excel XLS, CSV, and TSV table of data and see …


XCOM: Enemy Unknown Releases on Android

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown is available now on Google Play. The new Android entrant has been priced at $10/£7.14. The Amazon Appstore version is also expected soon according to its developer Firaxis Games. Enemy Unknown has been a highly anticipated game on PC, consoles and iOS. Its entry also will likely be met with a warm response. The strategy based game …

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Minecraft PC coming soon

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Minecraft developer Mojang has revealed a video regarding the forthcoming update for the PC version of the game. The update offers more options for world customization in the game. The video also shows the game’s 16 new terrain­modifying sliders, which allow players to manually set the foundation of their Minecraft worlds. The update is also going to include some other customization functions, like the ability to decide which structures are generated by the game, for example structures like caves, villages, temples and strongholds. There is also going to be an option for the players to set the number of dungeons and the height of their world’s sea level in the game. A lot has been shown in the video about the update, but the launch date is yet to be revealed.


Dish Network Partnering with Artemis to Develop Superfast Phone Internet

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Every top technology company is working on making the internet fast, but the service  that is still lagging behind in terms of speed is the phone internet. Keeping this in mind, Dish Network is partnering with a start-up called Artemis and going to work on pCell, a new wireless technique that according to them could probably outsmart 4G and LTE altogether. Artemis …

LG reveals more about G watch

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LG has revealed  some more information about its much awaited G Watch on its official website. The smartwatch will reportedly come in two colours: stealth black and champagne gold. The G watch will be an always-on screen and will be both water and dust resistant. Apart from all these reveals, its release date is yet to be announced. The G …


Mobile Traction model

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A while ago, the trick for getting mobile traction was pretty simple. It went something like this: Build something really great Get App Store/Play Store to feature you See your app gaining popularity Use some cheap installations to take it to a higher level Voila, you’re a star! This formula worked for quite a few years, especially for new start-ups …


New Cities Coming To Google Fiber

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In the past few years, gigabit Internet has grown from a hypothetical idea and turned into reality. Thanks to the people who have been working hard to build networks with speeds nearly a 100 times faster than what we have today. There is a huge demand for high-speed Internet and people want it at their homes and workplaces as soon …