Yanesh Tyagi

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Dr. BigPhone or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the phablet

The story of how a large-phone-averse editor came to slowly accept them, and maybe even like them.<p>It happened. Something I didn't want, or expect. I'm a big-phone guy.<p>Phablets are a big trend. Have been for years. I've seen them, I've appreciated them, and I avoided them.<p>Why? Because I liked a …

Phones

This Bluetooth Gadget Makes It Easy To Record Your Calls

Recording phone calls is something that’s incredibly handy if you’re a journalist, have a bad memory or simply want to be able to prove a conversation took place, but it’s pretty hard even with smartphones.<p>Bluewire, a new Bluetooth device being crowdfunded on Indiegogo, promises to make recording …

Gear & Gadgets

Crimson keyboard has a clever new way of helping you type on iOS

We’ve seen a number of great keyboards for iOS emerge after Apple finally added support for third-party keyboards in iOS 8.<p>You can get everything from the ever-popular SwiftKey to GIF keyboards or even an auto correcting emoji keyboard. Crimson, however, brings a unique way of typing to the iPhone …

'How I start my day'

<i>My day begins at 4 am; waking up is mostly predetermined by what time I set my mental clock to.</i><p>My first thought every day is gratitude to God. With …

The Beginner's Guide to Getting Better Sleep

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>On February 13, 1972, Michel Siffre climbed into a cave in southwest Texas. It would be six months before he saw daylight again.<p>Siffre was a French scientist and a pioneer in chronobiology, which is the study of biological rhythms. The …

Sleep

Why Software Is Eating The World

Some interesting responses came in on my article about The Workplace Of The Future: How Etsy Does 30 Upgrades A Day.<p>“Irrelevant,” was one curious reaction. “You’re talking software development. Our business is very different. That sort of thing just isn’t possible in our field. Everything here …

Lifecycle of an ASP.NET MVC 5 Application

Relevant HttpApplication stages to help you understand where MVC integrates into the ASP.NET application lifecycle.<p>A high-level view of the MVC …

Software Development

What 10 Things Should You Do Every Day To Improve Your Life?

Chris Pecoraro—Getty Images<p>Sam Edwards—Getty Images/Caiaimage<p>Jetta Productions—Getty Images<p>by nacoki ( MEDIA ARC )—Getty Images/Flickr RF<p>Reza …

Out of the picture: why the world's best photo startup is going out of business

One day last month, the seven employees of Everpix gathered at their co-working space in San Francisco to discuss the company's impending shutdown. Wayne Fan, one of the co-founders, opened a mock-up of the screen that the photo storage service’s customers would see once the company announced the …

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Vizio brings pricing and release information to spring line of laptops and desktops

For those opting to "replace" instead of "clean" this spring, Vizio's got a bit of news for you -- the outfit's latest line of touch-friendly laptops and desktops now have firm pricing details to pore over. Starting with the portables, the 14-inch Touch Thin + Light (CT14T-B0) will ship soon with …

'Under the skin' blood-testing device developed

<b>Scientists say they have developed a tiny blood-testing device that sits under the skin and gives instant results via a mobile phone.</b><p>The Swiss team say the wireless prototype - half an inch (14mm) long - can simultaneously check for up to five different substances in the blood.<p>The data is sent to …

Blood Tests

Google's Keep is new entrant in digital memo market

The Android app allows users to create a checklist<p><b>Anyone who has ever jotted down a note on the back of an envelope and promptly lost it might be interested in Google's latest offering, Keep.</b><p>The service allows users to keep checklists and voice notes, and annotate photos.<p>The digital memo market is …

Google Drive

Whole internet probed for insecure devices

<b>A surreptitious scan of the entire internet has revealed millions of printers, webcams and set-top boxes protected only by default passwords.</b><p>An anonymous researcher used more than 420,000 of these insecure devices to test the security and responsiveness of other gadgets, in a nine-month …

Security

Nokia and Google clash on web video tech

<b>Nokia and Google have clashed over software that is part of free-to-use video encoding technology.</b><p>Google wants its video coding program, called VP8, to be a core part of the WebM project that is making web-centred video production tools.<p>But Nokia says it owns key patents that define parts of VP8 …

Nokia

Privacy 'impossible' with Google Glass warn campaigners

Google Glass and other augmented reality gadgets risk creating a world in which privacy is impossible, warn campaigners.<p>The warning comes from a group called "Stop the Cyborgs" that wants limits put on when headsets can be used.<p>It has produced posters so premises can warn wearers that the glasses …

Google Glass

Excel spreadsheets turned into video game

<b>A Canadian accountant has managed to create a basic video game using only Excel spreadsheets.</b><p>The game, called Arena.Xlsm, is a turn-based fantasy game in which players fight monsters and gather loot to make their character more powerful.<p>Much of Arena is regenerated every time the game is played to …

Framing

Make your own magazines in Flipboard 2.0

Popular news aggregation tool Flipboard has crossed over into version 2.0 and brings big new features, first for iOS users.<p>Creating your own curated …

App Store

Individuals 'have no right' to stop name being used online

Ordinary people have no right to stop their names being used in web addresses because they are not famous enough, according to regulators.<p>Wendy Croxford, 49, created a website in the name of her former husband and his new wife after a bitter divorce.<p>She used the website, called Hvidbro-Mitchell, to …

Intellectual Property

12 Leather Treasures

Treat yourself—and your bike—to some cowhide, and watch your investment get better with time. <i>—Jennifer Sherry</i>

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