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Now, a Pair of Shorts That Charges Your Mobile As You Walk
ANI  | 
Scientists have invented a pair of shorts which stores energy to charge wearer's phone battery while they are on the move.   An average person wearing the Power Shorts and going for a stroll can generate enough energy to charge a battery for four hours, the Sun reported.   This happens with the help of a fabric that turns walking into electrical power.   The gaps in the clothes are squashed together while a person walks and the energy created is then used to power mobiles.  


Turning Off Technology Hours Before Bedtime Promotes Sound Sleep
ANI  | 
Using your tablet or smartphone before bed can suppress quality sleep, thus putting you at risk for health problems, a new study suggests.   If you want to improve your sleep, researchers advise shutting off your tablet well before bedtime.   Nighttime exposure to LED rays illuminating from tablets, computers, TVs, and smartphone can disrupt your body's natural rhythms, and raise your risk for not only sleep loss but health problems, the report said.  


iOS Or Android Which Is Better And Easier
TechAheadCorp  | 
Mobile App Development  in 2013   The world of mobile app development is brimming with delight and action. In the last few years, everyone is talking about the advancement made in technology, communication and the use of smartphone and other wireless devices. Currently, the iOS and Android are the two operating systems (OS) that is taking the lead in this department. Both technologies are nothing short of miraculous as it allows the users to do a wide range of activity with utmost ease and convenience.  


Smartphones Expand Average Pants Pocket
ANI  | 
Smartphones have been supersized, growing in length and girth. The Samsung Galaxy S from 2010 was 2.53 inches wide and 4.82 inches tall; the newly announced 2013 edition is 2.83 by 5.5 - too big for the average pair of American khakis, said Doug Conklyn, senior vice president of global design for Dockers.  


Increasing Number Of Americans Dumping TV For Smartphones & Tablets
ANI  | 
A growing number of people in the US have stopped paying for cable and satellite TV service, as now they watch shows and movies on the Internet   Last month, the Nielsen Co. started labeling people in this group "Zero TV" households, because they fall outside the traditional definition of a TV home.   There are 5 million of these residences in the U.S., up from 2 million in 2007, Fox news reports.  


Indian Shopping & Retail Management Technology Set to Leapfrog
PTI  | 
Indian shopping and retail management technology will leap frog in the coming three years, especially with the increasing usage of mobile and Smartphones, says an expert. The tech-savvy retailers would upgrade to use the latest technologies as an advantage in marketing products and operating cost effectively, according to Anand J Mehta, Director of Retail for Asia Pacific at the Motorola Solutions Singapore Pte Ltd.  


New Software App Which Uses Smartphone Camera To Read Pulse In Seconds
ANI  | 
A Japanese multinational company has revealed its new software that can measure a person's pulse rate through a tablets or a smartphone camera.  


Sony Xperia Z Smartphone Review: Special Features and Specifications
One the newest entrance in the Japanese company’s promising range of Android phones arrives with the type of specifications that committed mobile geeks stay up all night dreaming of. It has a beautiful cutting-edge tech which is confined by case design. So if you dip in water to a depth of up to 1 meter for thirty minutes then also it will survive. And lastly it's dustproof as well. Good


Facebook Newsfeed Is Now Personalized Newspaper: Changes We Must Know
ANI  | 
Facebook is set to revamp its Newsfeed, and unveiled a design that will focus on photos, graphics and video. He comes out with its completely new look similar to his rival google plus social network.  


Next Big Thing : Technology That Lets People 'Air-Write' Texts, Emails
ANI  | 
Now a new technology has been developed that would allow users to draw letters in the air with their hand to write messages and emails.   Computer scientists at Germany's Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have created an innovative "air-writing" glove system that replaces the 'thumb-typing' texts or emails on keyboards or touch screen smartphones.  


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