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  • 'Flappy Bird' is coming back to phones, game's creator says

    'Flappy Bird' is coming back to phones, game's creator says

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    “Flappy Bird” is set to fly its way back into Google and Apple’s app stores.The creator of the popular mobile game, Dong Nguyen, told CNBC Wednesday that “Flappy Bird” will return to the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store in August with new…

  • Robot arm can catch flying objects

    Robot arm can catch flying objects

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    There are some things a robot can't do, but catching a flying object is no longer one of them.With its four-fingered, three-jointed hand, a new robot can catch a ball, a bottle or a tennis racket thrown in its direction in less than five-hundredths…

  • Nokia Lumia 630 launched at Rs 10,500

    Nokia Lumia 630 launched at Rs 10,500

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    Microsoft on Monday launched Nokia Lumia 630 in India at Rs 10,500. The dual sim phone has a main camera sensor of 5MP and a display size of 4.5". It comes with a snapdraogon 400 processor and 1830 mAh battery.The windows phone 8.1 OS…

  • Jury says Samsung and Apple both infringed patents

    Jury says Samsung and Apple both infringed patents

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    A California jury determined Friday that Samsung infringed Apple smartphone patents and awarded $120 million in damages.The panel delivered its verdict in federal court San Jose in the latest lawsuit involving the two tech giants. It also ruled that Apple infringed Samsung patents and…

  • App gains you entry into cockpits of military aircraft

    App gains you entry into cockpits of military aircraft

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    If you’ve ever wanted to get a close-up look in the cockpit of a World War II bomber or fighter, or the CIA’s M-21 Blackbird, then Lyle Jansma has an app for you.AeroCapture Images Cockpit 360 provides an interactive tour of more than 40…

  • Boeing Builds the Navy an F-35C Exit Strategy

    Boeing Builds the Navy an F-35C Exit Strategy

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    A rival aircraft manufacturer has worked not so quietly this past year to offer the Navy an escape hatch from the costly Joint Strike Fighter program.The Navy's decision to reduce its F-35C five-year acquisition plan from 69 to 36 aircraft over the past year…

  • American students developing underwater drones to hunt for explosives

    American students developing underwater drones to hunt for explosives

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    Groups of American college students are help making the seas safer – one less explosive at a time.The Department of Defense gave $15,000 last February to the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J., and four other schools to develop underwater drones that can…

  • HTC camera expert teases optical zoom and improved UltraPixel camera for future phones

    HTC camera expert teases optical zoom and improved UltraPixel camera for future phones

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    HTC’s imaging specialist has teased an exciting future for fans of the company’s camera phones, saying we should expect “huge advances” over the next year or so, including the possible introduction of optical zoom capabilities. Symon Whitehorn is quoted in an interview with Vodafone UK,…

  • Samsung sues newspaper over negative report on Galaxy S5

    Samsung sues newspaper over negative report on Galaxy S5

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    Samsung’s new flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S5, goes on sale at the end of this week, and the company would prefer you only had positive thoughts in your mind when you go to check one out. It’s so intent on this, it has sued…

  • Britain builds robot to test military equipment, suits for armed forces

    Britain builds robot to test military equipment, suits for armed forces

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    A $1.8 million robotic mannequin that can run, kneel and lift his arms to sight a weapon like a soldier will help test the latest in military equipment, Britain’s government says.The Ministry of Defence says its newest recruit, “Porton Man,” is made out of…

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