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Coming Soon: Your Personal Flying Car

It’s 2013. Where’s my flying car? Answer: about eight years away. Terrafugia is a Massachusetts company previously best known for the Transition, which is best described as a plane you can drive. Its wings fold up, meaning pilots can drive it off the runway and straight home. Which is great for pilots, but what about the rest of us? Now Terrafugia is working on a full-on futuristic flying car, the TF-X, which it expects to start selling in the early 2020s. Think of it as a cross between a Google self-driving car, a helicopter and a plane. The carbon-fiber vehicle …


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Google Glass Updated With Google+ and Hangout Notifications

Owners of Google Glass are reporting that Google is rolling out the device’s first software update, and changing the version name to XE5. According to Phandroid, the update’s improvements include bug fixes, optimizations and improvements. What’s more, data syncing in the background now requires power and Wi-Fi connection, transcription of queries and messages is faster, and the battery-charge estimation has been improved. The new features include incoming Google+ and Hangout notifications, with the ability to comment and +1 posts directly through Glass. The update can be received over-the-air; to initiate it, the device must be plugged into a charger.


Quality of life : Prashant Mendiratta

I am sure for most of the people quality of life means different things. God created every one equal but yet every person goes on to become a unique person as driven by the environment and challenges. I feel life is a pure maths; you are a sum product of …