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November 2014

12 Nov

Adobe Reveals a Full-Fledged Touch screen Version of Photoshop CC at Surface Event

Photoshop isn't the easiest app to use on a touch screen, but Adobe is quickly beginning to change that. Looking to address the growing market of touch devices, Microsoft and Adobe have teamed up to improve Photoshop and Illustrator on touch screens. Both applications running in Windows 8.1 will support touch gestures, greatly improving their usability on tablets like the Surface Pro 3. This full-powered version...
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12 Nov

The Tech Behind Apple Pay: Is Your Money Secure?

Go ahead and forget your wallet. Apple's new mobile payment system, Apple Pay, launched on 20th October, 2014 and while some have questioned whether the technology is safe, security experts say it may actually be safer than swiping your credit or debit card. Apple Pay uses a security protocol — known as the EMV standard — that other mobile wallets don't use, Ferenczi told Live Science....
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12 Nov

Work Smarter with the Internet of Things

Internet of Things (IoT) is a revolution in the world of Technology that will impact everything we do and will alter the face of technology. What is IOT? IoT is the interconnectivity between things using wireless communication technology (each with their own unique identifiers) to connect objects, locations, animals, or people to the internet, thus allowing for the direct transmission of and seamless sharing of data. India is...
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12 Nov

An Applause-Worthy attempt by Mumbaikars for solving the City’s Pothole Problem

We all are well aware of the sorry state of the roads in Mumbai but what have we done towards it. That’s the question? A few citizens decided to get together and do something about it albeit in a satirical manner. Since the potholes weren't going anywhere, the idea was to create stories around them. A website, Fillinthepotholes.com, was created where fellow Mumbai citizens could share their...
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12 Nov

Twitter ‘Audio Cards’ Put Music in Your Tweets

Good news, music lovers! Twitter users can now listen to songs, podcasts and other audio content in their timelines within the Twitter app, while continuing to scroll through other tweets. Twitter rolled out a new version of its ‘Audio Cards’ with Sound Cloud and Apple as launch partners, showcasing the new experience with music tweets from the Foo Fighters, David Guetta and Chance the Rapper. The new addition...
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