Month: April 2015

Are you Stealing (Downloading) TV Series?

A large number of individuals all through the world will wrongfully download the fifth season of Game of Thrones, released by HBO. Lawfully talking, what they will be doing is an infringement of intellectual property rights, or “piracy“.


In any case, will they be doing anything ethically off-base?

The New Wearable Device: Thumbnail Wireless Track Pad

Specialists at the MIT Media Laboratory are building up another wearable gadget that transforms the user’s thumbnail into a little wireless track pad.


They imagine that the innovation could let clients control remote gadgets when their hands are full — noting the telephone while cooking, for occasion.

Charge and Pair your Phone Using the Smart Suitcase

The killer feature of any smartphone isn’t its camera. It’s not the applications, the screen size, or the build quality either.


It’s the fact that it’s always on you—a trait that makes the other features much more significant. It’s a pocket computer, and the industry might be trying to replace or augment it with a face computer or a wrist computer, but a phone is likely to remain the essential device for decades. You need one.

Stronger than Steel: The All New Smartphone made from Liquidmorphium

Turing Robotic Industries has shown its forthcoming release – the Turing Phone – which is made out of a special material called Liquidmorphium.


The company states that Liquidmorphium is “an amorphous alloy of zirconium, copper, aluminum, nickel and silver that provides greater tensile strength than either titanium or steel”, which protects the phone from shock and breakage.

Banks Will Release New Smart IDs in May

FNB and Standard Bank are situated to commence the eChannel pilot for issuing new Smart ID cards in May, the Department of Home Affairs said.


The Department of Home Affairs says it is prepared to pilot eChannel, its new creative system that will permit residents to request their smart ID cards from the solace of their homes.

Shaking Up the Local Market: The New Mobile Player

Another mobile player in South Africa is promising to offer shoppers more adaptability, better control, and less expensive services in its BeUnordinary promotion.


Another South African versatile virtual system administrator (MVNO) is situated to dispatch on 1 May 2015, and is promising to shake up the business sector by giving more adaptability and control, and a savvy advertising.

Microsoft integrating Skype & Office with Cyanogen’s version of Android

Microsoft’s mobile applications will be incorporating a future adaptation of Cyanogen’s Android-based operating system, as CEO Satya Nadella steps up efforts to make the company’s software more popular on Google’s platform.


Cyanogen and Microsoft declared an association on Thursday that will bring about Bing search, Skype, OneDrive, OneNote, Outlook, and Microsoft Office becoming part of the Cyanogen OS, which uses a heavily modified version of the Android interface.