Apple’s new 11-inch MacBook Air

The MacBook Air was viewed as somewhat of a luxury product when it was introduced for the first time but with subsequent modifications and passage of time the definitions have changed. Right now, it occupies a substantial place in Apple’s tech products. The new MacBook Air, unveiled at WWDC 2013 offers a 1.7 GHz dual […]

Bug in Facebook, 6 million accounts exposed

The social giant has recently made a revelation and this one is particularly not auspicious for its users. Facebook has admitted that around 6 million users have exposed their contact information due to a bug in the site.

The social media giant and one the world’s most visited site admitted that personal information like e-mail address or . . . → Read More: Bug in Facebook, 6 million accounts exposed

Latest update from Apple today at WWDC 2013

Beginning today in San Francisco, USA is much awaited Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). It is rumoured that latest software developments like the much talked about iOS 7 and iRadio will be unveiled along with software updates for Macbook Air and the next level of Mac OS X. The conference will be held from […]

Hands free computing is here to stay: Bans on Google Glass

We are moving towards an era which craves complete transparency and ease of accessibility without sparing comfort. Such an era has been initiated by Google with Google Glass which offers the perfect blend of transparency and handiness. With a voice activate, head mounted, computer toned down to the size of an eye wear, it is first . . . → Read More: Hands free computing is here to stay: Bans on Google Glass

Google Glass will Not Recognize Faces Yet

            In answer to privacy concerns, Google has promised that it will not endorse any apps for its new Glass that have facial recognition. According to an anonymous Google spokesperson, this decision will be in effect until strong privacy controls will be developed.             The privacy issue of facial recognition […]

Google Glass will not Recognize Faces Yet

            In answer to privacy concerns, Google has promised that it will not endorse any apps for its new Glass that have facial recognition. According to an anonymous Google spokesperson, this decision will be in effect until strong privacy controls will be developed.             The privacy issue of facial recognition […]