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[Video] DomiCopter - The Domino's Pizza Delivery Drone

Drone's have been in news since quite a while for their devastating usage, however there are numerous ways these flying robots can be useful for non-military tasks like the "Japanese Home Guardian Drone" news shared few days ago.

Domino's, one of the world's leading Pizza delivery franchise has another exciting use for these drones. The company is testing their new DomiCopter flying machines to deliver pizzas in company’s heatwave bags over vast distances at high altitudes. The delivery system is Eco-friendly and can travel hundreds of meters without needing to refuel. The demonstration video released by Domino's is already gone viral with over a one million views in just 5 days. Do watch the video below (click read more).

The Pizaa Delivery Drone

Apple iOS 7 Announced : Images, Video And Details Posted Below

Dubbed as the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone, Apple today announced the developer preview of Apple iOS 7 with immediate availability and final version for end-users version scheduled for fall release. The latest Apple iOS supporting iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad features an entirely revamped design with flat UI and lots of colors with "parallax" effect for the wow factor, updated apps, a new control center which gets launched by a bottom screen swipe, and a brand new WebOS card-style multitasking system.

Apple iOS 7
Apple iOS

Apple iOS 7 update will be available this fall to end-users for all device newer to iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPad mini, and 5th-gen iPod touch, with few features not being available on iPhone 4 or iPad 2. Apple also launched a brand new iOS in the Car service, which is basically a trimmed down version of iOS 7 for car interface. Compatible dashboard systems in your car should now be able to sync with your iPhone 5 featuring Maps, audio-only FaceTime calls, music, Siri, or other useful nifty features. Do watch the official video of new features posted below.

[Video] Mozilla and Foxconn unveils the first Firefox OS tablet

While big brands like LG, Sony and ZTE have plans to release Firefox OS powered devices, Foxconn has already taken the lead by unveiling their first tablet powered by truly open-source and free Firefox OS. Foxconn which is big OEM manufacturer for brands like Apple, Acer and Dell said they are working on atleast 5 devices including a tablet which was showcased in a video (shared below).

Firefox OS

[Video] WiSee - The Smart Gesture Control System Works Without A Camera Using WiFi

Day by day we are inching towards a perfect voice and gesture controlled Smart Home, and now a new technology promises to do this without requiring any specialized hardware like camera or sensor. Suitably named WiSee the smart technology makes use of existing WiFi waves from your wireless-router to detect and react precisely to gestures as demonstrated in the video shared below.

A guide on how to install and use external USB Wifi adapter on Apple Mac and extend wireless coverage

Apple iMac and Macbook's built-in wireless card is known to have limited coverage as it does not feature an external antenna for better signal reception, however we can easily boost the Wi-Fi signal strength and range of any Apple Mac computer using external USB wireless dongles with external antenna. To get this working make sure you have an WiFi USB Adapter which is compatible with Apple Mac OS X and have drivers available for it, luckily for me the Realtek 8191 Chipset based Mini 300Mbps USB Wireless Adapter we used earlier to hack and make Asus O!Play wifi capable did the trick.

Once you have your wireless usb adapter connected to the Mac we need to identify it and install the correct driver for it, We will be using the Mac OS X "System Information" utility (find via spotlight search) to get our hardware information as shown below.

identify chipset of wifi card

Raspberry Pi Recovery System (New Out Of Box Software - NOOBS) is here to help you get started...

Making life easier for Raspberry Pi users, the core team has announced a new, feature packed "Raspberry Pi Recovery System" aptly named New Out Of Box Software (NOOBS). The utility allows users to select and install operating systems for the Raspberry Pi on an SD card without technical details like partitioning or card imaging.

The Recovery system creates a FAT partition on user supplied SD card with highly-compressed versions of various supported OS images like Raspbian, RaspBMC, Pidora, OpenELEC, ArchLinux and RiscOS. Just like recovery apps for Mac OS X the RasPi recovery allows users to press SHIFT while booting to launch it and use features like ability to easily reinstall the existing OS, install a different one, launch web-browser for online support or edit config.txt file using a handy editor for troubleshooting.

NOOBS main windows

Apple OS X Mountain Lion Update v10.8.4 Direct Download Links

Few days ago, Apple made OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.4 Final update public. The update is recommended for all OS X Mountain Lion users and features a number of fixes to improve the overall operating-system stability, compatibility, and security. The update is available for immediate download via Apple Mac Store, users having difficulty downloading the update from there can directly download using the links shared below using any download manager with convenience of multi-threaded download with resume support.

Mac OS X Combo Update 10.8.4

[Infographic] What if you bought Apple shares instead of a 17" PowerBook G4 in 2003 ?

Apple share prices have jumped leaps and bounds in the past few years, and the infographic shared below (click Read more) is a testimony to that.

Motorola Debuts Edible Password Pill For Authentication With External Devices

The head of Google-owned Motorola’s research division, introduced an ingestible vitamin prototype that transforms your entire body into an authentication passcode at the D11 Conference last week. Developed by Proteus Digital Health, the FDA-approved pill includes wearable and ingestible sensors that work together to detect ingestions and physiologic data.

Solution for iMac's inability to connect with WiFi 802.11n only access point

Tweaking your WiFi configuration for maximum throughput sometimes have adverse side-effects, we have already seen how changing your WiFi channels can create problems with non-standard or incompatible WiFi cards.

Having customized your WiFi config can also create strange problems like WiFi being visible and connectable but with limited functionality and no web-browsing. As evident from the screenshots on the right and below my iMac running Mac OS X 10.8.2 is having issue communicating with my router, after researching over the internet reading numerous forums and help articles I finally figured out the solution experimenting with my router config.

iMac having trouble connecting to 802.11n only mode
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