Expressive Espresso: The Ripple Maker

Latte “Fine” Art?By Lee A. Clements | Friday, January 22, 2016 The Ripple Maker customizes coffee with high quality images in just a few seconds. Ripples are made of tiny coffee bean drops that keep the natural quality and flavor of your coffee. Check out this Facebook video at Tech Insider: Learn more at

It’s Been 30 Years Since Britain’s First Mobile Phone Call

Vodafone has come a long wayBy Nick Summers, Courtesy of Engadget | Friday, January 15, 2016 Exactly 30 years ago today, two men made history by completing the first mobile phone call in the UK. As everyone celebrated the opening seconds of 1985, Michael Harrison, the son of former Vodafone chairman Sir Ernest Harrison, rang […]

Google and Lenovo Teaming Up to Build Smartphone

Android OS, sub-$500 smartphone powered by Google’s Project Tango technologyBy Matt Weinberger, Courtesy of Business Insider | Friday, January 8, 2016 Google and Lenovo just announced they’re partnering up to build an Android-powered, sub-$500 smartphone powered by Google’s extremely nifty Project Tango technology.Project Tango, first announced in 2014, is a project originated from Google ATAP, […]

Samsung To Add More Gear S2 Options, iPhone Compatibility

Tech giant unveils plans at 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las VegasBy Kia Kokalitcheva, Courtesy of Fortune | Tuesday, January 5, 2016 Samsung’s strategy for achieving domination with its smartwatches: options. All kinds of options.Samsung’s strategy for achieving domination with its smartwatches: options. All kinds of options.The Korean tech giant unveiled plans on Tuesday at […]

Drones Could Soon be Used to Patrol Protests and Catch Criminals in UK

Coming to a backyard near youBy Tim Chester, Courtesy of Mashable | Wednesday, January 6, 2016 LONDON — Police in the UK are trialling the use of drones as an alternative policing method and could soon be using the remote-control devices in a range of scenarios.The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) told Mashable that they’ve […]

How To Stem The Global Shortage Of Data Scientists

Considered the “sexiest job of the 21st century”By Amy Gershkoff, Courtesy of TechCrunch | Thursday, December 31, 2015 Data scientist might be considered the “sexiest job of the 21st century,” with many companies eager to hire data science talent. But 20 years ago the term was barely used, save for a few academic articles. Even […]

BlackBerry will continue to operate in Pakistan after all

After “productive discussions”, government drops its orderBy Mona Lalwani, Courtesy of Engadget | Thursday, December 31, 2015 BlackBerry has decided to stay and operate in Pakistan. Earlier this year, when the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority asked for “unfettered access” to users’ information, including emails and BBM exchanges, the Canadian phone company refused to allow back door access […]

Vodafone brings WiFi calling to the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

Native integration has promised to be streets ahead of app-based approaches.By Jamie Rigg, Courtesy of Engadget | Wednesday, December 23, 2015 Vodafone launched its seamless WiFi calling service in early autumn, opting for a native experience over the kind of apps O2 and Three use. For several months, only iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners […]

ITU: 3.2B People Now Online Globally

Mobile Broadband Overtakes Home Internet UseBy Ingrid Luden, Courtesy of TechCrunch | Monday, November 30, 2015 The Republic of Korea — a very early adopter both in fast, affordable broadband and next-generation mobile services — has held on to its spot as the most-connected place in the world when it comes to Internet connectivity and […]

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