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Alibaba Raises IPO Price Range

Alibaba Raises IPO Price Range

Alibaba now plans to raise up to $25.03 billion in its upcoming IPO, making what was expected to be the biggest stock market debut even bigger. The Chinese e-commerce company said it still plans to sell 368.1 million shares, but ...

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Xiaomi mi4 Review

Xiaomi mi4 Review

Having sold 26.11 million phones in the first half of this year, the beast from the East that is Xiaomi is back again with a new flagship Android phone: the Mi 4. For the first time ever, the company is ...

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Smart Projection Watch

Smart Projection Watch

Ritot is a wristwatch that projects not only dial, but also notifications or updates of Facebook, Twitter, reminder, weather or other information onto your wrist is cool!For more info go to indiegogo.com

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How to Use Twitter to Rebook a Canceled Flight

How to Use Twitter to Rebook a Canceled Flight

If you’ve traveled from, through, or to the Northeast or Midwest in the dead of winter, chances are you’ve run into a delay or cancelation. But while a few feet of snow or hurricanes can shut down major international gateways ...

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Portable Solar Sound System

Portable Solar Sound System

Eton Rugged Rukus All-Terrain Portable Solar Wireless Sound System. A portable solar panel that generates enough power to play music on you devices even provides another 8 hours’ working when it’s dark.It canwWirelessly connect to any Bluetooth enabled device. If ...

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Amazon Dials Up a New Use for Its Cash

Amazon Dials Up a New Use for Its Cash

Online retailer Amazon.com Inc.  on Wednesday is expected to reveal its first smartphone, featuring a display designed to respond to users’ eye movements and capable of displaying three-dimensional images. The device is Amazon’s first foray into the highly competitive market ...

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Holograms Coming to Smartphones

Holograms Coming to Smartphones

We see lots of holograms in sci-fi movies, how about they coming to real life, say, to smartphones? A California company has designed a tiny projector that projects visible 3D holograms without requiring the observers wearing 3D glasses, which can ...

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