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Expect Labs LAUNCH 2013 Paperblog Pick in Computing

Expect Labs At LAUNCH 2013

The 6th annual LAUNCH Festival kicks off on March 4th, and we’re excited to be participating in... Read more

Poem Which Every Word Pronounced Same Paperblog Pick in Computing

A Poem In Which Every Word Is Pronounced The Same

How can four tones of one word create a complete narrative? “Lion-Eating Poet in the Stone Den” was written by Chao Yuen Ren, a contemporary Chinese American linguist who wrote... Read more

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  • A Poem In Which Every Word Is Pronounced The Same

    Poem Which Every Word Pronounced Same

    How can four tones of one word create a complete narrative? “Lion-Eating Poet in the Stone Den” was written by Chao Yuen Ren, a contemporary Chinese American... Read more

    The 21 February 2013 by   Expectlabs
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  • The First Transparent Smartphone!!

    First Transparent Smartphone!!

    While we got sick and tired of rumors about the next iphone or the next galaxy, Polytron Technologies, a Taiwanese company and a world leader in glass... Read more

    The 01 February 2013 by   Hadi20
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  • Your Brain On Language

    Your Brain Language

    The illustration above provides an overview of how the different areas of your brain enable you to produce speech. When we talk, we select words that are... Read more

    The 20 February 2013 by   Expectlabs
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  • Ubiquitous Computing & The Disciplines of User Experience Design

    Ubiquitous Computing Disciplines User Experience Design

    The Venn diagram above was created by Dan Saffer and Thomas Gläser, and shows how the various fields of design overlap with UX, or user experience design. Read more

    The 25 February 2013 by   Expectlabs
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  • Why Mega is Different?

    Mega Different?

    Dropbox, Box, rapidshare, filesonic, google drive and Mega are services that allow you to put your data on the cloud for free. Now of course when we consider... Read more

    The 05 February 2013 by   Hadi20
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  • Why Some Languages Sound Faster Than Others

    Some Languages Sound Faster Than Others

    When you hear a language that you don’t speak, it usually sounds like it’s speeding by at an incomprehensible rate. Researchers from the Université de Lyon... Read more

    The 15 February 2013 by   Expectlabs
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  • A Featherweight HD Video Cam?

    Featherweight Video Cam?

    It seems that The Raspberry Pi Model A won't be the last hardware release for this year. Blogger Liz, posted yesterday, an article on the Raspberry Pi website,... Read more

    The 06 February 2013 by   Hadi20
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  • Untranslatable Emotions

    Untranslatable Emotions

    According to a recent Harvard/Google Study about the English lexicon, we have approximately 1,022,000 English words at our disposal. Read more

    The 07 February 2013 by   Expectlabs
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  • Tutorial on Exception and Finally Block in Java

    Tutorial Exception Finally Block Java

    EXCEPTION HANDLING Exception handling is an important concept in java to help developers detecting error conditions in code and how to recover from it . Read more

    The 22 February 2013 by   Abhishek Somani
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  • Audacity.

    Audacity.

    For those who follow this blog regulary, don't worry this is still a tech related post; for the others, well, I don't really care about you. Unless you're... Read more

    The 11 February 2013 by   Hadi20
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