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What Should You Know About Stellite Alloys?

There are various things that can be said about different alloys that are now used in industries from all around the world. The truth is that we are always going to see some market innovations that appear because of the wish to find new options that can be used with an increased efficiency. Stellites is the name of a pretty …

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Pinterest adds more ways to send pins to friends


Pinterest adds more ways An update to Pinterest now allows users to send pins directly to their Facebook friends, fellow pinners (if both follow each other), or email contacts on the web or their phone. Earlier it was possible to send pins via email, but Pinterest has added more ways to do it now, courtesy the update. Send pins to …

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India accounted for 8 percent of total phishing attack volume in May 2013


India accounted for 8 percent of total phishing attack Phishing has been the cause of great discomfort to users and establishments alike in recent times. Phishing is a fraudulent act wherein users receive “genuine-looking” emails from banks or legit establishments to coax them into entering their private details. These details are then misused for identity theft. Latest phishing figures put …

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Metro: Last Light outsells Metro 2033 in first week


Metro: Last Light outsells Metro 2033 4A Games’ latest title – Metro: Last Light – is a commercial success and has found favour with the critics too, says the company. In its first week on store shelves, sales of Metro: Last Light in the US far surpassed the sales figures for the last game in the series—Metro 2033. In the …

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Leap Motion strikes bundling, embedding deal with HP


Leap Motion strikes bundling Leap Motion’s Leap device will be bundled with and embedded in certain HP devices this summer. Leap Motion has struck a deal with Hewlett-Packard to bundle and embed its 3D motion control technology in some of the computer giant’s devices. The San Francisco startup’s gesture-control system measures users’ movements to an accuracy of a hundredth of …

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