Sunday Evening Recap: 22nd June 2014


Yes, it’s the evening recap. Like a unicorn, the evening recap is a rare sighting, but it exists. Now while this coming week hosts not just one but two major tech events in Colombo, the past week was a bit dry: we didn’t see any tech events take place besides the 3rd UX Colombo meetup. Nonetheless the world of technology was still filled with things to look at

We learned 7 interesting secrets on how 99X Technology became a UX focused company


We took a peek at Leapset’s Leap-controlled kitchen apps

Sri Lanka is traditionally associated with outsourced services rather than product development, so it was interesting to see some Leap Motion research being carried out here.

#OPSrilanka hit 352 Government websites

Instead of looking forward to the weekend, IT departments were tasked with securing stuff and getting their websites back up and running.

The next generation of wireless headphones was born


Say hello to Earin, the world’s first truly wireless headphones. Say sayonara to untangling cables before enjoying your favorite music.

Five Labs released a tool to analyse your Facebook personality

It’s not 100% accurate but it’s better than all other Facebook personality tests out there.

Intel’s new processors arrived in Sri Lanka

Hardly a year into Haswell, Intel, in a bold move to address the enthusiasts, released the “Devil’s Canyon” – a small reworking of the Haswell architecture.

We updated our list of best graphics cards for your money

You asked – and with the help of our friends at Redline Technologies, we updated. Here’s the best bang for your buck.

PayPal expanded to ten more countries

Despite losing its president, the PayPal army continues to march forward and expand the empire.



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