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Sarahah App: What Is It, and Why Is Everyone Talking About This Anonymous Messaging App?

HIGHLIGHTS Sarahah is an anonymous messaging app You can send messages even without logging in There are concerns of cyberbullying in this anonymous setting The Sarahah app has taken hold in the social media sphere over the past week, joining trends such as Prisma app that rose quickly in public consciousness. Whether it will remain a hit or fade away in a ... Read More »

eBay to Introduce Image Search on Android and iOS This Fall

eBay, the host of a large and varied database of products, is introducing Image Search in its Android and iOS apps. As the name suggests, users will be able to snap photos of products around them, and eBay will find similar looking objects in its large database, and throw up results accordingly. With Image Search, you will be able to ... Read More »

NASA Unveils ‘Out of This World’ Mars Rover

HIGHLIGHTS NASA has unveiled a new Mars rover concept vehicle The rover was unveiled at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex NASA’s next robotic Mars rover is set to land on the Red Planet in 2020 NASA has unveiled an “out of this world” futuristic Mars rover concept vehicle to inspire young people to want to learn more about its ... Read More »

Reliance Jio Feature Phone, OnePlus 5 Price in India, Nokia’s Android Phones, and More News This Week

HIGHLIGHTS Jio’s feature phones will reportedly be priced between Rs. 999 & Rs. 1500 The OnePlus 5’s design was confirmed to be similar to iPhone 7 Plus Nokia’s Android smartphones set to launch in India next week Welcome back to our weekly roundup of all the news that matters from the world of technology. It’s been a big week with ... Read More »

Tech stocks have massively outperformed the market—here’s why this isn’t another bubble

Adam Jeffery | CNBC FANG stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google) apps on a smartphone. Stock market watchers keep complaining about the breadth of the rally — especially in tech. “The market’s weakness, if it has one, is the concentration of investor monies in one corner of the market: Mega-sized growth stocks, particularly technology,” said MarketWatch a few days ago. ... Read More »

Top 10 Deals on Gadgets This Week

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Apple is yet to crack the home tech market: Will the Siri Speaker change this?

Apple will need to give Siri an intelligence boost before taking on Amazon’s AlexaApple It isn’t often that we talk about Apple’s failures. An $800bn (£619bn) company with the iPod, iPhone, iPad and Mac to its name clearly makes more good moves than bad, but Apple’s efforts to conquer the living room with the same ease in which it put ... Read More »

Juice Your Apple Devices with this Fun Juice Box Charger

What’s the best way to give your iPhone some battery life? With the 100 percent Energy Apple Juice Power Pack, of course. This compact backup battery pack is a charming and playful way to charge your USB-powered devices. Created by and sold on Photojojo!, it is designed to look like an apple juice box, making it the perfect accessory for ... Read More »

Kids are doing ‘real science’ in this school with technology, nature

Metro-East Montessori School teacher Carrie Wilson Herndon won two awards for innovative use of technology in her classroom. Her students are making robots that can open a chicken cage, another robot that collects eggs, and another that can provide water to the birds. The students also don protective beekeeper suits and take care of honeybee hives the school maintains at ... Read More »

This spray-on memory will let you store data on any surface or object

A “spray-on” memory that allows for a tiny amount of data to be printed onto surfaces has been created by a team from Duke University. Students at the institution used an aerosol jet printer and nanoparticle inks to create a material capable of storing data that is also incredibly flexible. The chemists behind the project say the method, if adapted ... Read More »