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Explainer: what is GPS?

Explainer: what is GPS? | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it
It’s a device used widely in cars, on smartphones and in fitness devices. But what exactly is GPS, and how is it able to pinpoint our exact location anywhere on Earth?How does it work?
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QStore. Online shopping for cool gadgets at the right price - QStore

QStore. Online shopping for cool gadgets at the right price - QStore | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it
Online shopping for cool gadgets at the right price. Buy cheap computers, electronics, car accessories, cellphones and more. Free shipping for all orders. (RT @CalvinSitt: Buy cheap computers, electronics, car accessories, cellphones and more.
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In Your Pocket, a Lost-and-Found

In Your Pocket, a Lost-and-Found | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it
There are plenty of gadgets to help you find what you have misplaced. But none do the job perfectly. ("Britons spend 15 minutes each day looking for their phones, keys, wallets, etc." Really? Really?
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This is great I'm losing my phone all the time I really need one of these cool things!!!!!

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Robot reporters: A look at the computers writing the news

Robot reporters: A look at the computers writing the news | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it

Los Angeles Times database producer Ben Welsh explains how 'algorithms can help you find and report the news' When a 3.2-magnitude earthquake struck in California at 5.28am on 1 February, the Los Angeles Times reported the news. The story was published at 5.36am, just eight minutes later, complete with a map showing the epicentre of the quake. The post carries Ken Schwencke's byline, who may well have been asleep when he wrote and published the story. Schwencke in fact wrote the code that auto-wrote and auto-published the story using information from the US Geological Survey (USGS). "Ken wrote the algorithm that sits on top of earthquake notifications," Schwencke's colleague Ben Welsh, a database producer at the Los Angeles Times, told Journalism.co.uk. "The structured data comes in and Ken has an algorithm that says if the earthquake is close to California and over a certain magnitude it is 'news'....


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Samsung Galaxy S III to be updated with wireless charging and HD display

Samsung Galaxy S III to be updated with wireless charging and HD display | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it

"Samsung’s Galaxy S III has sold massive quantities, hitting the 30 million mark back in November 2012. In light of this, the Korean company will be releasing an updated version of the handset, something it has done with other smartphones for smaller markets. The updated version will include, among other things, an HD display."


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This phone looks really good and samsung have improved on their products so much lately!!!!!!!!!

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Samsung GALAXY S4: Design and Specifications revealed

Samsung GALAXY S4: Design and Specifications revealed | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it

Now the official design and all technical specifications of the new Samsung GALAXY S4 has been revealed, here are 19 pictures of the new GALAXY S4 to see

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This looks awesome i hope ill be able to try it!!!!!!!

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Twitter / DriveFails: @asda now allow their drivers ...

@asda now allow their drivers to use their phones while driving - clever
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no not that clever thios is the only time when technology is not helpfull in any way possible!!!

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SoundCloud - Hear the world’s sounds

Explore the largest community of artists, bands, podcasters and creators of music & audio (@atypeofteen Hey,saw you like Coldplay and thought you may like us?
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Yeah this looks so cool..... music social networking!!!

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BII REPORT: How Consumers Are Using Their Phones, And What It Means

BII REPORT: How Consumers Are Using Their Phones, And What It Means | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it

Mobile is no longer a communications utility, but a media distribution hub. According to eMarketer, mobile now accounts for 12 percent of Americans' media consumption time, triple its share in 2009. Where is this consumer attention being focused? The biggest beneficiaries have been mobile apps. Time spent on apps dwarfs time spent on the mobile Web, and smartphone owners now spend 127 minutes per day in mobile apps. In a recent report from BI Intelligence, we analyze the main mobile usage trends developers and publishers should consider to be successful in mobile, detail how users are consuming content on their mobile devices, take a look at the most popular mobile activities, and examine how mobile usage is an additive activity. Four clear trends have emerged....


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Samsung GALAXY S4: Flashmob on Times Square [Video]

Samsung GALAXY S4: Flashmob on Times Square [Video] | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it

Samsung has now organized as a prelude to tomorrow’s Samsung GALAXY S4release a flashmob on New York’s Times Square, watch the cool video!

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OMG!!! anyone in new york??? then go and watch this flash mob!!! the galaxy s4 is supposed to be amazing!!!

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Can we really teach computers what 'truth' means?

Can we really teach computers what 'truth' means? | New Technology Freja Cumming | Scoop.it

The term artificial intelligence was coined in 1955 by a computer scientist named John McCarthy. Early on, McCarthy enunciated his key aim as the systematization of common sense knowledge. This has proven very difficult, primarily because it is difficult to encode, in a systematic fashion, what it means to say something is true.

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