Day: March 13, 2018

worlds smallest phone

Introducing worlds smallest phone the tiny t1 from Zanco

March 13, 2018

Zanco’s tiny t1 is Officially The World’s Smallest Mobile Phone which is a  fully functional, talk & text mobile phone and is the worlds smallest reliable phone (As claimed) even though Chinese phones of almost similar pattern were also seen before but this startup is backed by a brand and can be excepted to succeed […]

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li fi based internet

Faster than wifi is the Li fi technology based internet.

March 13, 2018

After the accidental invention of wifi in 1992, we got another invention in 2011 that caused another advancement in the technological sector.Invented in 2011 by Harald Haas from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Lifi technology based internet is a technology that uses light rather than radio waves to transfer internet data, and the frequency of […]

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blurring

Pixelation and Blurring Techniques For Anonymity No Longer work.

March 13, 2018

Safeguarding information is day by day becoming a daunting task and with every technological advancement, there is always an issue accompanying it that needs a remedial measure. SEE ALSO: The Phone That Works Without a Battery. For people having the mediocre technological knowledge, It’s a common practice to blur or pixelate sensitive information like account numbers […]

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AI THAT CAN ACCURATELY IMITATE ANY VOICE

March 13, 2018

No doubt that we have been advancing rapidly in every aspect of life and same progress is being registered in technological field too with the  development of AI technologies it’s becoming clear that the human capabilities are going to be widely increased in the coming years but with such developments Elon’s words are also to […]

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the golden blood

The Golden Blood Group

March 13, 2018

When it comes to blood types, you may know A, AB, B, and O—but those larger groups actually contain millions of different varieties. That’s because the surfaces of our blood cells are coated with antigens—up to 342 of them. In earlier times doctors had assumed that an embryo missing all Rh blood-cell antigens would not […]

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