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| TechNews - Google Nexus 7 Drop Test - tech|
|(hx) 05:27 PM CEST - Aug,10 2013 |
- New Google Nexus 7 Drop Test (video) - At first, the
device was dropped on its back. While the initial inspection suggested
that there were only a few scratches here and there on its plastic
rear, it was found out afterwards that the device was not even turning
on. Yup, that first fall itself killed the latest Google tablet. But
the test was continued to result in a Nexus 7 with cracks on its
display and housing. If you are planning to get the impressive new 7 inch
tablet, it would be wise to get a good case for it or you can
simply be careful while handling it.
- The 2013 MacBook Air Review (11-inch) - For 2013, the
entry level 11" and 13" SKUs have the same basic specs: 1.3GHz Haswell ULT processor, 4GB LPDDR3, and a 128GB
SSD. The price difference has dropped to $100, with the 13” falling
to $1099—making it feel like a way better deal, considering the extra
battery life (12 hours versus 9 for the 11”) and larger, higher
- Apple to Swap iPhone Power Adapters -Apple has
announced the USB Power Adapter Takeback Program, which will allow
iPhone (and iPad and iPod) owners to hand over third-party USB adapters
for new Apple USB adapters. Apple is not handing out free adapters,
however. Rather than swap third-party chargers for Apple chargers
directly, Apple will sell an Apple USB charger to people who turn in a
third-party charger for $10 (about half price). iPhone owners will need
to bring in their device to an Apple Store so the serial number can be
verified. The program begins August 16 and will run through October 18.
Apple launched the USB Power Takeback program due to injuries caused by
faulty third-party chargers used with Apple products. Apple said that
its customers' safety its the company's top priority. It will dispose
of the turned-on adapters in an environmentally friendly way.
- Instagram Updated with Better Android Support - Instagram
today updated its Android and iOS applications with a handful of
new features. The most significant new feature is the ability to import
video from the phone's existing gallery. Imported video clips can also
be trimmed to fit within the 15-second time limit of Instagram videos.
The iOS version of Instagram gains a new auto-straightening feature
that will automatically correct the horizon on tilted photos. Last,
Instagram Video will work on more Android phones, as the latest version
brings with it support for devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream
Sandwich. The new version of Instagram is free to download from the
Google Play Store and iTunes App Store.
- Xerox scanners/photocopiers randomly alter numbers in scanned
- Imagine handing over a complex set of construction plans to your
building contractor, fresh off your fancy $12,000
Xerox WorkCentre scanner/copier/printer, only to find there were
errors in the blueprints that weren't on the original. Or, imagine
passing a set of budget figures to the CFO of your company that weren't
the ones you fed into your WorkCentre, one of Xerox's midrange color
multifunction machines that, like any scanner or photocopier, is
expected to reproduce a picture of the document you put in. As anyone
who uses one of these devices in an office, school or home knows, the
camera, whether photographing or digitally scanning a document, the
camera doesn't lie. Or does it?
why German computer researcher David Kriesel was so confused when
he removed scanned construction plans from his WorkCentre recently and
found the reproduction did not match the original he had put in, but in
a strange way: perfectly legible digits on the original had turned into
different ones in the copy made by his WorkCentre. Not just fuzzy
numbers that could be a 5 or a 6, but a wholesale substitution of one
number for another. Somewhere in the machine, the document seemed to
enter a parallel universe and produced a non-copy of the original. His
machine wasn't using optical character recognition (OCR) to read the
document - it was supposed to be just taking a straight picture, and
reproducing the plans.
- Snowden's e-mail provider is closing, cannot legally say why -
The e-mail service used by National Security Agency (NSA)
leaker Edward Snowden is
suspending operations. And they can't tell us why - although this
cryptic post heavily suggests it has something to do with a government
request for information.
- Security Flaw Found In App For $5K Luxury Toilet - A
security flaw found in a luxury toilet's app? The toilet uses bluetooth
to receive instructions via the app, but the Pin code for
every model is hardwired to be four zeros (0000), meaning that it
cannot be reset and can be activated by any phone with the My Satis
app, a report by Trustwave's Spiderlabs information security experts
reveals. hah! :P
- Top 10 most popular superheroes on Youtube - If YouTube
popularity can determine who'll win in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman
movie, your views and uploads put Batman as the clear winner. Based
on keyword searches, Batman is the most popular of all superheroes on
YouTube, with more than 3 billion views of 71,000 hours of video.
Following Batman is Thor, Superman, Iron Man, The Avengers, and
Wolverine -- the rest of the list is here.
Collectively, the top 10 superheroes alone account for more than 10
billion views and 234,000 hours of video.
- Washington Post to be sold to Jeff Bezos, the founder of
Amazon - The Washington Post Co. agreed Monday to sell its
flagship newspaper to Amazon.com founder and chief executive Jeffrey P.
Bezos, ending the Graham family's stewardship of one of America's
leading news organizations after four generations. Bezos, whose
entrepreneurship has made him one of the world's richest men, will pay
$250 million in cash for The Post and affiliated publications to The
Washington Post Co., which owns the newspaper and other businesses.
Seattle-based Amazon will have no role in the purchase; Bezos himself
will buy the news organization and become its sole owner when the sale
is completed, probably within 60 days. The Post Co. will get a new,
still-undecided name and continue as a publicly traded company without
- Get an incredibly detailed 3D printed mini version of
yourself for $300 - Well if the wealthy can have busts and
portraits of themselves, I don't see why those that fall under that
category can't have it too. Well that reality is becoming a little more
affordable now thanks to the good old 3D printers. A company called Twinkind that seems to specialize in 360-degree
scanning and 3-D printing technologies is delving deep into
printing little statues of people with quite a bit of accuracy in the
details. These figurines that can go up to 13 inches look quite
realistic in terms of facial expressions, colors and other details and
look quite remarkable.
- Making a Real Life-Size Wall-E Robot - The level of
detail this guy put into his life-size Wall-E robot
is just amazing.
- NASA, Oculus Rift and Virtuix Omni Let You Walk Around Mars - NASA's Jet
Propulsion Laboratory - the same people responsible for the Mars
Curiosity Rover mission - have effectively put together an
experience that utilizes a real stereoscopic and 360-degree panorama of
the Martian surface and made it into a VR experience. The images are
taken from Curiosity, appended by data from satellite images for
mapping and terrain.
- Non-Invasive Brain-to-Brain Interface - Seung-Schik Yoo
of Harvard Medical School in Boston and colleagues created a
non-invasive brain-to-brain interface that allowed human participants
to move a rat's tail with their thoughts via EEG and focused
- The Sun's Magnetic Field is about to Flip - Something big
is about to happen on the sun. According to measurements from
NASA-supported observatories, the sun's
vast magnetic field is about to flip. "It looks like we're no more
than 3 to 4 months away from a complete field reversal," says solar
physicist Todd Hoeksema of Stanford University. "This change will have
ripple effects throughout the solar system." The sun's magnetic field
changes polarity approximately every 11 years. It happens at the peak
of each solar cycle as the sun's inner magnetic dynamo re-organizes
itself. The coming reversal will mark the midpoint of Solar Cycle 24.
Half of 'Solar Max' will be behind us, with half yet to come.
- Seeking justice for a stolen Amazon package. Hilarious. - check it out
- Which Countries Eat The Most Meat? - Is there any
correlation between meat consumption and CO2 emissions? What about
cancer or cardiovascular disease? The
Guardian has compiled all the data into this interactive map so you
can reach your own conclusions about trends.
- The woman who nearly died making your iPad - Tian
Yu worked more than 12 hours a day, six days a week. She had to
skip meals to do overtime. Then she threw herself from a fourth-floor
- Muppets Most Wanted Teaser Trailer - Disney's
Muppets Most Wanted opens in US theaters March 21, 2014!
- If Siri Starred In A Movie - check it out
- Worst Villain Ever Trailer - Summer movies have been a
The Lone Ranger to Man of Steel, the villains just haven't been up
to snuff. This is no exception.
- Fort Worth Zoo's Baby Elephant Plays in Pool - Baby Belle
knows how to make a splash! Our 3-week-old Asian
elephant enjoyed some pachyderm pool time with her mother Rasha.
- Greatest Vines 2013 (video) - Best Vine
compilation of 2013
- Surfer Anastasia Ashley Twerking Warm-Up Dance - Pro surfer
Anastasia Ashley has an amazing warm-up routine before she competed
at this year's Supergirl Pro contest that took place August 2-4, 2013
at Oceanside Pier. She twerks.
- Barbara Palvin 4 Victoria's Secret - Victoria's Secret
Palvin celebrates summer in sizzling new campaign shots.
- Natalia Siwiec 4 Ewa Bien Lingerie - Nice body
- Sarah Michelle Gellar 4 Nino Muno - Buffy the
Vampire slayer is doing her sexy thang for Nino Muno!
- Lindsay Ellingson 4 Victoria's Secret - It's been a
- Joey Fisher Busts Out Big Time In Nuts! - Nuts Nuts
- Natalia Proza Bikini Pictures - I'm guessing that these
shots of my new favorite hottie Natalia Proza are part of some ad campaign,
and not just the world's hottest water break.
- Lucy Pinder's Busting Out In Nuts! - Lucy Pinder
is still the UK's reigning Queen of Boobs!
- The best pics on the Internet #34 - All pictures
are carefully handpicked!
|Tom||(04:33 PM CEST - Aug,12 2013 )|
|Original N7 here, dropped it a few times never had a problem. Few nicks on the edges but works perfectly. Looks like the new ones are not as well constructed. You can get a great case for < $10. I don't use any case and don't plan too. How will I ever get a 10" tablet if I put a case on mine? :lol: :wink: I'm not wealthy like other people on here, like getting a new video card when I don't need one. Maybe one day when my old man pension comes in.|