• Snapchat launches camera sunglasses, and they’re very expensive

      Messaging app firm Snapchat has forayed into the world of hardware and introduced its first ever gadget – sun glasses with a built-in camera. Thelatest gadget, which the company is calling ‘Spectacles’, will go on sale later this fall priced at $129.99 (£100), according to The Wall Street Journal. At present, many camera glasses are available...
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    How To Find Original or Replica Brands on AliExpress – 2017

      We get many queries asking us about the reliability of AliExpress (as many times, along with Amazon, we also give an alternate link with lower prices). Sometimes we are even asked, how can we find a replica brand on AliExpress (not everyone can afford a genuine Armani watch...
  • Origin's Omni PC

    Origin PC unveils a new Omni all-in-one gaming rig

      Gaming desktops and hardware are on a roar these years due to a potential rise in gaming community. That is the reason gaming companies are on a boom and struggling to deliver the best to the gamers. One such well known company – Origin stunned everybody this year...
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    Microsoft working on DNA Data Storage: 1 billion terabytes in a gram

    Ever ran out of disk space? In the future, you might not have to worry about that, especially when it comes to long-term storage. Microsoft has bought ten million strands of Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) from biology startup Twist Bioscience to research the usage of genetic material to store data. The data...
  • crowd funding can be dangerous

    Latest gadget ‘scams’ on crowdfunding websites

    We recently reported on Triton, the fake gadget that allows you to breathe underwater. It had raised $600,000+ when we published the article, but today, the figure is around $338,327 as we believe many people figured out their scam and got a refund. But there are still MANY people...
  • Triton 'artifical gills' is a fraud

    New Gadgets: Triton – breathe underwater like a fish using ‘gills’ – Real or Scam?

    A new Indiegogo campaign, which was able to collect $594,187 (at the time this article went live) or 12 times its target caught our eye. It claims to be the world’s first “Artificial Gills Re-breather” and tells us that it has been featured in big websites like Huffington, Yahoo...
  • challenge hackers

    Overconfident security researchers always lose to hackers

    Despite many major security breaches reported last year, Real Future’s Kevin Roose wished to find out how nicely he would fare in a personal pen-test. Issuing such a “hack me” challenge is never sensible as New York University Professor and PandoDaily editor Adam Penenberg found out a couple of years ago after asking...
  • 5d storage

    5D – 360 TeraBytes In A Disk The Size Of A Coin

    Coin-sized, clear and able to remaining intact at room temperature for longer than it’ll take the sun to shrink to a white dwarf star, these glass disks are tipped to revolutionize the way in which we store data eternally. Researchers at the University of Southampton’s Optolectronics Research Centre (ORC) have...
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    Google Will Reject All Flash Based Adverts In a Push For HTML5

    Advertising and search giant Google has taken yet another step in relegating Flash to the pages of history. From July 2016, it’s not going to accept Flash display advertisements. From June 30, developers with Flash-based display advertisements can forget uploading them to Google’s DoubleClick Digital Marketing or AdWords. Instead,...