Zahir Fikri

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Priime For iPhone Intelligently Suggests Which Filters To Use

There seems to be an endless amount of new photo apps out there, but new app Priime is a unique spin on the humble photo editing app.<p>Available for iPhone, Priime is an intelligent photo editor that suggests filters for your shots based on the content of the image. The app analyzes the color and …

A little black box makes it easy to unlock almost any iPhone even when it's secured with your fingerprint

The International Business Times reports that for just £120, anyone on the internet can buy specialist hardware that lets them hack into even the newest iPhones.<p><b>Here's how it works:</b><p>The main device used is called an IP-BOX. It works by "bruteforcing" iPhone passcodes, repeatedly guessing the …

Information Systems

19 Genius Ways To Organize Your Garage

5. Create this clever organization unit with upcycled plastic jars.<p>Chez Larsson<p>Advertisement<p>6. Use pre-divided storage containers to store small …

The single most insane iPhone 6s concept we’ve ever seen

We’re now in the lull period between the time the last iPhone launched and the time when leaks of new iPhone models start popping up. This is the …

Mobile Technology

10 facts about the Apple Watch that show Apple's obsessive attention to detail

That's evident when you look at a product like the MacBook Air or the iPhone, but it's bound to be an even deal with the Apple Watch.<p>That's because the Apple Watch, unlike Apple's other products, is made to be visible and worn rather than tucked away inside your pocket.<p>So it's not surprising to …

Smartwatches

Autodesk's new app lets kids design their own toys

3D printers can build anything from prosthetics and musical instruments to Hershey chocolates. But, even as the technology continues to make strides with materials (metal, concrete, etc.) and takes on full-fledged architectural projects, it seems to move further away from the reach of children. …

The Oscars: Red Carpet In Pictures

The Wi-Fi sniffing drones are here

Marketers have come up with a new way to track a given customer's movement: put a drone on them. According to <i>Venturebeat</i>, a marketing company called Adnear is using drones as part of a test campaign to track user locations through device IDs. It's similar to what marketers already do in stores and …

Drones

iCloud Drive: The ultimate guide

Apple provides a cloud-based storage service, called iCloud, that makes it possible for us to sync our documents and files across all of our iPhone, …

Antibiotics Do More Than Just Kill Bacteria, They Kill Intestinal Cells & Change Behavior Of Mitochondria, Amongst Other Things, Research Finds

While it’s long been known that antibiotic use can cause problems for patients owing to the killing off of beneficial microbes throughout the body, …

Biology

Can Li-Fi replace Wi-Fi? Researchers shine fresh light on the subject

Using light to transmit data at speeds of up to 100Gbs may one day be possible, with research into the subject starting to take off.Oxford University …

Wi-Fi

5 Home Tools You Never Knew You Needed

When it comes to home improvement, we know the drill (see what we did there?): Get a good hammer, invest in a screwdriver, make sure you have pliers, and so forth. But even with a stocked toolbox, an easy weekend revamp can quickly turn into a sawdust-covered mess.<p>Unless, you make sure you're …

Woodworking

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If cold winter winds and heated air have left your lips worse for wear, pamper your pucker with a quick DIY lip scrub.<p>DIYLipScrub.jpg<p>This recipe …

Skin Care

11 Useful DIY tips to solve everyday problems – DIY is FUN

In everyday life, you often encounter small problems that can be easily solved by applying ingenuity. This selection of useful tricks will help you …

DIY

100 Ways to Protect Your Heart

<b>Grill a Steak</b><br>You may think it's bad for your heart, but you'd be wrong. Beef contains immunity-boosting selenium as well as homocysteine-lowering B vitamins. And up to 50 percent of the fat is the heart-healthy monounsaturated variety.<p><b>Watch a Scary Movie</b><br>Anything that causes your heart to …

How to Prevent Razor Burns

Use these tips to avoid nasty nicks and have the smoothest shave ever<p>Ever wonder why some guys let their facial hair run rampant? Beyond paying tribute to the bearded rock gods in ZZ Top, these men (like celebrities and their facial hair) might prefer their unruly manes to the discomfort or pain …

Skin Care

Drone waiters are ready to serve in Singapore

One restaurant in downtown Singapore is spicing up its dining experience by employing flying drones as wait staff.<p>Singaporean restaurant-bar chain Timbré is employing a fleet of flying drones as waitstaff for its live-music eateries. Earlier this month, the restaurant chain and robotics company …

Drones

This Is What Apple’s ‘Titan’ Car Could Look Like

Ford 021C concept car<br>Ford<p>1 of 6<p>iGiant Apple is reportedly working on a much bigger smart device: a car. After rumors of such a project began making …

Apple Watch

8 awesome iPhone apps that are now free downloads if you hurry

Another week, another set of nifty paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free to start things off on the right foot. We’ve become a real destination …

Apps

New Arcade Games On Show At The 'Japan Amusement Expo'

Despite the recent troubles at SEGA and the never-ending predictions of doom via the Western games press for Japan’s arcades, at this year’s Japan Amusement Expo (or just JAEPO) things seemed rather upbeat and even buoyant.<p>It’s worth clarifying that Japan has still retained its arcades and there is …

Retrogaming

Darkroom is like having the best of Adobe Lightroom on your iPhone

Apple Loop: iOS 9 Leaks, Apple Car Plans, iPhone Dominates The Galaxy S6

Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop covers iOS 8.3 and iOS 9 updates, TouchID improvements, Tim Cook on privacy and cybersecurity, Apple’s rewarding strategy for Q2 2015, the Apple iCar, bigger iOS applications, the iPhone kill switch is working, and …

Stranger Things

35 iOS 8 Tips and Tricks for iPhone

A collection of 35 tips showing some useful features of iPhone with iOS 8. Tell us what your favorite tip or trick is! Don't forget to checkout our …

Now you can download iPhone apps directly within Pinterest

Apple curates its App Store with the intention of pushing its best software to the top, but with more than 1.4 million apps available on iOS, it's not always easy to know what to look for. Pinterest wants to change that. The social networking site has today launched App Pins, a feature by which …

Apps

Elon Musk says Tesla will unveil a new kind of battery to power your home

The eccentric CEO said the product will be ready for production in a matter of months<p>Tesla didn't ship nearly as many cars this quarter as it had projected, but CEO Elon Musk remained upbeat during today's earnings call as he let some details slip about a brand new product. According to Musk, the …

Tesla

Scientists Have Figured Out a Way to Convert Solar Energy Into Liquid Fuel

Researchers at Harvard have discovered how to convert solar energy into liquid fuel, potentially accelerating our switch to the alternative-energy …

National Academy of Sciences

Never mind iOS 9, iPhone stability and performance improvements are already coming!

iOS 7 was a complete interface and interactivity redesign and iOS 8, a complete functional upgrade. That led to some complaints that Apple was …

Flipboard brings its gorgeous magazine app to the web

Flipboard has taken the leap from mobile to desktop. What started as one of the first iPad apps is now accessible through any modern browser via Flipboard.com, a beautiful web interface for consuming online content.<p>Like the iPad and iPhone app, you can not only read articles from sites you follow, …

This App Rewards Students For Not Looking At Their Phone During Class

Teachers hate it when students look at their phones during class. So, it’s no surprise to hear of their support for Pocket Points, a new app that rewards students for keeping their phones locked. It could make teachers’ lives easier, too.<p>To use the app, students sign up and open it as they enter …