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A Smartphone App To Detect Earthquakes

Want to know about the inception of destruction? Here’s your chance, with a smartphone app that detects earthquakes. iShake is a free app designed to detect seismic activity. It utilizes the accelerometer that every smartphone has. This particular mechanism in your phone tells your display to respond when you tilt your phone to the side. The researchers

Feel bad about ditching board games? This digital-physical dice is for you

The increasing use of digital gaming devices is responsible for the virtual extinction of board games.  Taking account of this serious issue some genius made the obvious move of taking real board gaming to a digital platform. The idea actually revolves around the introduction of a digital dice called DICE+ that interacts with a tablet

Toss Your Phone Now With TheO

There are alot of accessories and mini gadgets for your smart phones and tablets that help you change and standardize the way you use them. But now we came across some thing new and different from all those toys for smart phones. Well this time its TheO a big foam ball which does a pretty nice job.

iPhone Can Now Tell What Other People Are Typing

iPhone has been turned into a spy phone by the researchers at Georgia Tech’s School of Computer Science. iPhone does this by a technique that detects the keystroke patterns involving the sequence of punches, and differing distances between the keys. The most amazing fact about this is the up to 80% accuracy of finding what

Top 10 iPhone games

Launched in 2007 more than 50 million iPhones have been sold to date. There are thousands of games for iPhone that are Apple-approved and then there are many that aren’t. Today we take a look at top 10 iPhone games in the market that are Apple-approved. No 10. Zen bound Starting off the countdown, this