It's "CrazyEngineers Day"! It's Our 9th Anniversary!

Nine years ago, on this day; CrazyEngineers (CE) was born to unite engineers from all over the world. Today, with tens of thousands of engineers visiting CrazyEngineers on daily basis; CE's become one of the largest online portals for engineers and we believe it's just a start. [Read More]


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Nov
18
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by Ankita Katdare at 8:16 AM
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The biggest chip maker in the world Intel and Opening Ceremony, one of the leading brands in retail spaces, showroom, and gallery in the US have teamed up to launch a luxury bracelet known as 'My Intelligent Communication Accessory or MICA' that arrives just ahead of Christmas. Designed by Opening Ceremony and engineered by Intel, the MICA smart bracelet is introduced for women and features the precious metal & stone with 18K gold coating and a curved sapphire glass touchscreen display. This...
Nov
17
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by Guneet Kaur Khanuja at 10:35 AM
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With an aim to build customized motorcycles, Rajputana Customs was started by Vijay Singh in Jaipur in the year 2009. Rajputana Customs is a small motorcycle outfit that modifies bikes as well as builds them from scratch. Vijay got on his first motorcycle when he was just seven years old. Since then he is passionate about bikes and decided to make his career in his dream domain.

In an exclusive interview with CrazyEngineers.com, we got Vijay to talk about his experiences at...
Nov
17
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by Ankita Katdare at 9:29 AM
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If you thought those Quick Response (QR) codes could serve no other purpose than acting as a label that holds all information about the item to which it is attached or accessing webpages using your smart device, think again because you are about to be proven wrong by the engineers at University of Connecticut. Using a series of small lenses attached to any normal smartphone, the optical engineers have been able to display 3D images by scanning an array of QR codes. The interesting part is that...
Nov
17
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by Ambarish Ganesh at 8:52 AM
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Frank Swain, a London-based freelance science writer, has developed this new software called Phantom Terrains that turns local WiFi signals to audible sounds. The writer who has been slowly progressing towards deafness since his 20s, has worked with sound artist Daniel Jones to develop this software which works well with smartphones and hearing aids. Phantom Terrains employs the smartphone's WiFi sensors to collect and analyze data from nearby fields. This data is then further decoded and...
Nov
17
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by Ankita Katdare at 8:25 AM
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Broadly speaking, thousands of us own computers that have been affected by malware and viruses from time to time. The prevent and repair mechanisms we use are based on a pre-defined set of known viruses that could affect our machines. The anti-virus programs browse and compare the catalog of these viruses and detects if it matches with the new strange behavior in our machine to send an alert to the user about the infection. This means that there's no way to completely avoid the malware from...
Nov
17
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 8:23 AM
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WhatsApp has decided to let people disable the double blue ticks - that let the sender know when their message was read. WhatsApp (owned by Facebook) had recently introduced a new feature in WhatsApp that caused a Tsunami of concerns among the WhatsApp addicts around the world. Popularly called 'Blue sticks of death' on the social media, the double blue ticks next to any message you sent would indicate that the receiver has read the message. People were concerned that this feature was a serious...
Nov
15
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 11:24 AM
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Skype has announced the availability of the Beta version of its new Skype for Web service that will allow its users to conduct Skype conversations over web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome. This move comes to the relief of Skype users worldwide who previously had to sit through the procedure of downloading and installing the Skype application before they could use the instant messaging and video calling facilities of the Microsoft owned company. In recent years,...
Nov
14
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by Satya Swaroop Dash at 11:18 PM
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Few months ago, we informed you about a report that claimed that fake cell phone towers in the United States were eavesdropping on people’s cell phones. While these claims are currently under investigation, Wall Street Journal has managed to unearth information about another program in which fake cell phone towers are being taken on...
Nov
13
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by Ankita Katdare at 3:37 PM
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The new desktop PC as the company likes to label it, the Notion Ink Cain 8 tablet has been launched in India at a price of Rs. 9,990. It was in September this year that we saw the arrival of Notion Ink Cain 2-in-1 convertible tablet-cum-pc featuring a 10.1 inch screen. The new Notion Ink Cain 8 looks like a smaller screen version of the previous tab...
Nov
13
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by Kaustubh Katdare at 10:06 AM
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Google's launched the Messenger App, a standalone messenger that's waiting for you to download it from Google Play Store. While we try to figure out the point of launching yet another messaging app while Google's own Hangouts app continues to rock millions of phones around the world; we'll give you a quick overview of what this new app offers. The launch of the Messenger App isn't surprising because rumours were already circulating that Google was working on its own...