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  • Microsoft makes it easier for Kinect for Xbox One developers with new adaptor

    3 April, 2015 11:20 PM 46

    Microsoft this week announced that it is discontinuing its Kinect for Windows v2 sensors. Instead, the company will sell developers a Kinect Adaptor for Windows that will work with the Kinect available for the Xbox One console. In a blog post, Microsoft says the decision to just use one Kinect was made "in an effort to simplify and create consistency

  • Computers could soon transmit personalities like data, Google X laboratory founder Sebastian Thrun says

    3 April, 2015 10:37 PM 2

    The world has only touched the surface of technological progress and computers may soon be able to transmit the complexities of human personalities, a prominent inventor said. Sebastian Thrun, who founded the Google X laboratory where the internet search giant has developed Google Glass and driverless cars, said it was often difficult to grasp concepts

  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Teardown Reveals More Of Its Own Chips, But You'll Still Find Qualcomm In Some

    3 April, 2015 10:15 PM 23

    Samsung is moving towards using more of its own internally produced chips and components with its latest flagship phone, the S6, according to a teardown of the S6 by Chipworks published today. As has been previously reported, Samsung has opted to use its own application processor for the device — the Exynos 7420 system on a chip – instead of Qualcomm’s

  • Samsung announces pricing for new line of curved monitors

    3 April, 2015 10:07 PM 8

    Samsung has announced pricing for its new 23.6, 27, and 32-inch curved monitors. They're not the cheapest monitors you'll ever see, but they might just be cheap enough. First up is the SE510C, available in 23.6 and 27 inches, which Tom's Hardware says will sell for $300 and $380 respectively. Both offer a static contrast ratio of 3000:1, 250 cd/m2 typical

  • Android Circuit: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Reviews, How Secure Is Android, Samsung's Broken Promise

    3 April, 2015 9:58 PM 221

    Taking a look back at seven days of news across the Android world, this week’s Android Circuit highlights a number of stories including the reviews of the Galaxy S6 Edge, why nobody challenged Samsung in 2014, how to measure the success of the South Korean company, another Galaxy S6 handset in the shape of the Duos, TouchWiz’s broken promise, how secure

  • Christians mark Good Friday in Jerusalem

    3 April, 2015 9:38 PM 25

    Jerusalem: Christian pilgrims from around the world on Friday joined Palestinian co-religionists in a solemn Easter procession through the walled Old City of Jerusalem. Some carried massive wooden crosses from the Monastery of the Flagellation along the cobbled Via Dolorosa on the way to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where Catholic and Orthodox Christians

  • Ownership of Lamborghini remains a mystery

    3 April, 2015 9:23 PM 243

    Mystery shrouded the ownership of the Lamborghini car even after 48 hours since its driver rammed it into a divider at India Gate C-Hexagon late on Wednesday night. It is still not clear who was driving the vehicle. Sources in the police said on Friday that the car has been found to be registered in the name of a real estate company believed to be known

  • Microsoft drops Do Not Track default from Internet Explorer

    3 April, 2015 6:15 PM 2

    New language in W3C standard twisted its arm Microsoft has reversed its position on the contentious Do Not Track (DNT) browser feature, saying Internet Explorer will no longer send DNT signals to websites by default. "Put simply, we are updating our approach to DNT to eliminate any misunderstanding about whether our chosen implementation will comply

  • India to benefit from breakthrough in Iranian Nuke standoff

    3 April, 2015 6:01 PM 23

    Washington/New Delhi: The breakthrough in a standoff between Iran and the West over its nuclear programme is likely to help major buyers of Iranian oil like India by lifting curbs on quantity of import and payment restrictions. The US and its allies had blocked all financial channels in order to choke Iran to pressurise the countries like India to cut their

  • Microsoft Kills Kinect For Windows, Will Instead Offer Xbox One Version With PC Adaptor

    3 April, 2015 5:50 PM 885

    Microsoft has just announced that it's discontinued its 'Kinect for Windows v2' kits, meaning that going forward, anyone who would like to add Kinect functionality to their PC will need to purchase the 'Kinect for Xbox One' kit as well as a separate adapter. Functionally, both the Kinect for Xbox One and Kinect for Windows v2 kits are identical; what was different