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Building Titanic App

Titanic. You may well remember this name. Yes, it’s the ‘Ship of Dreams’. She was the largest,  most complex moving object on the planet in 1912. This great British passenger liner sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during its maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New York City.

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IRA TABLETS: World’s Cheapest Tablets

In this tablets replacing laptops world, Indian Government planned to release world’s cheapest tablet named Akash. But Wishtel India company, located at Mumbai, is in an attempt to launch their new IRA Tablets before the launch of Akash. The cost of these tablets will be 4000 to 5500 Rupees. It has a 800 to 480 resolution, 7.5 inch screen. ERA Thing has a resistive touchscreen and ERA Model a capacitive touchscreen.

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Toshiba Launches Their New Tablet

We’ve always seen tablets of either 7 inches (like the tablets of Amazon and of Samsung Galaxy 7.7) or 10 inches (as Apple’s ipad). But here comes Toshiba, the well-known laptop manufacturer company, with their new tablet – Toshiba Excite 13 – which is 13.3 inches in size. ‘Excite 13′ is the third tablet in the ‘Excite’
series, since after the Excite 10 and Excite 7.7. All three tablets run on Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and have a scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass display.

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HTC Comes Back With Their New Smartphone

2010. This was the year when HTC, the Taiwan Company, ruled the smartphone market. Desire, Legend…. All the models that they launched in the market were successful. But, all these changed in the next year with the coming of Samsung Galaxy 2. This new smartphone was much more advanced than the former and it was built according to the taste of consumers. So, the Samsung Galaxy2 and its followers got accepted by the users. Naturally, their success sent HTC to the backstage.

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Terrafugia’s Transition Flying car.

A Flying car! Seeing Harry Potter and his friend Ron Weasley riding a flying car, we all wished it was real. With the help of Woburn, Massachusetts-based Terrafugia Inc., this dream has become true. The Terrafugia Transition flying car will be the star attraction at this week’s New York International Auto Show. The company said that the car has completed its first flight last month and was cleared for production last July by the U.S.National Highway Safety Administration.

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