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Do you find remembering passwords a nightmare? You may not to worry about it anymore. As frontier technologies are continuing to be welded into our daily activities, it is clear that old security methods are not sufficient to keep the data safe. We can no longer rely on passwords or pattern locks and it seems that the only way to prevent viruses or hackers is to encrypt your data. Thankfully, Qualcomm, a chip marketing company, is said to be launching a new biometric products that will provide an extra layer of security to whatever needs protecting. Generally, biometric authentication is…

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The 140-character updates will be more searchable online Google is bringing Tweets to Google Search on mobile devices. So now when you’re searching for a person, hashtag, or popular topic of discussion on your phone or tablet, related tweets will come up on your results page. The position of the real-time Tweets on the page will be determined by their relevance to your search terms. The main reason for this deal on Twitter’s part was to have tweets seen by more non-users, which in turn would generate more ad revenue for the company. For Google, on the other hand, the…

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Ericsson opens a European front in its patent fight with Apple Ericsson, the world’s number one mobile network equipment manufacturer of Swedish origin, has filed lawsuits against the Apple in Germany, Britain, and the Netherlands, alleging that the US tech giant is violating patents it holds related to technology licence payments, Ericsson holds approximately 35,000 granted patents as of 2012, including many in the wireless communications field. The outcome is yet to see, yet Ericsson’s share price got a slight boost since the news went public on Friday 8 May. According to Ericsson’s official updates and posts made on https://alpineeng.com,…

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On 27 April 2015, at the National Stadium, was held the third edition of Primetime Warsaw – one of the most important events regarding investment and development perspectives of Warsaw. The conference, organized by Poland Today magazine, is a unique event that gathers city authorities, company executives, and decision makers to share their perspectives on the development of the Polish capital city. Among the honorary guests were Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, Mayor of Warsaw, Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, Chairman of the Partners Board, EY Poland, former Prime Minister of Poland, and Karol Półtorak, Vice President of the Management Board, Warsaw Stock Exchange. This…

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The tech giant gets the green light for its driverless car Google on Friday announced that its self-driving car will leave the test track this summer and hit public roads of Mountain View, California, where it is based. The last phase of testing, follows the one run at the company’s test facilities so the new prototypes already have lots of experience to draw on – in fact, it translates into about 75 years of typical American adult driving experience. Google argues that the vehicle will mark another era in personal transportation “Vehicles that can take anyone from A to B…

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Sink or swim is no more a question for Swimmo, a Polish company based in Poznan, that created first ever watch designed specifically for swimmers. On 16 April, the inventors started a Kickstarter campaign to raise $39,000 and reached its target within 48 hours after the kick-off of the campaign, and we obviously wish them to become a big fish in the sea of wearables. The watch works like your own personal coach, it keeps you on track, motivates you while swimming and provides immediate feedback – it helps to maximize the time spent on training and reach better results…

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