The idea of virtual reality has been around for years. Sci-fi nerds have dreamed of being able to step onto virtual planets and meet with alien beings. But until recently, virtual reality technology has been extremely limited, both in availability and quality. But things are changing. Here is another consumer technology – like automated cars … Continue reading Virtual Reality Devices – Where They Are Now and Where They’re Going
A recently published patent by Google reveals its plans for floating solar farms. It’s high time and countries all across the globe are switching to renewable means of energy and Google’s plan doesn’t much of a surprise. Another interesting thing is that the patent application is coming from the secret skunkworks lab of Google known as … Continue reading Google just filed a patent for floating solar farms
A smart home, basically, is a mixture of several advanced technologies which work together to do a certain task. Added to that is the fall in price. Smart home technology today is not that expensive like 20 years ago. Home gadgets are available at affordable price and IoT makes every device wireless connected and saving … Continue reading These five technologies will help you building a smart home for your family
Driverless cars are the future and we all know we are going to see a lot of them around. The level-4 driverless car could be a reality by 2025 while a fully autonomous car may take more time. Few among us may own them and many of us will be riding in a rented Uber’s … Continue reading Uber’s Driverless Car Plans to Reinvent Riders’ Experience
Out of all the cool things that you’ll be able to do with your mixed reality headsets, inspecting recipes and food items will become your favourite one. A recent patent filed by Microsoft reveals that mixed reality headsets (hololens in this case) will provide help you in knowing more about the food you’re about to … Continue reading Microsoft has new plans for Hololens – making it a food inspector gadget
Airbus has filed a patent application that reveals a kind of seat for its aircraft that in an event of crash landing will make sure a passenger doesn’t get hurt. In general, a floor of an aircraft has rails. Chairs are fastened to these rails so that they can slide independently – for adjustment or … Continue reading Airbus designed a new chair to save passengers during a crash landing
YouTube has strict guidelines for explicit content and has always let people control what recommendations they get especially their kids. In December 2014, Google started revamping its products (specifically, Youtube and Search) by keeping kids in mind. Taking further steps, Google launched YouTube for Kids in early 2015 – a version of YouTube having kids … Continue reading YouTube’s parental controls will let you micro-manage the type of content your kids watch
Samsung just patented headphones that can adjust volume automatically based on where you are present. It can decipher whether you’re in a gym, running in a park or relaxing at your home. The headphones can use your smartphone to determine what you’re doing. The headphones can use sensors of your smartphone to determine what you’re doing … Continue reading Samsung just patent smart headphones that can adjust volumes based on what you’re doing
I know you have gotten a little bit confused after reading the title. But before you start feeling that I tricked you by writing a click bait headline, I must make it clear now only: No, I didn’t trick you. This is what will be happening but another way around. So stay with me for … Continue reading Like your browser, Google is going to place a cookie in your car, too!
Remember that Chewbacca lady? I was among the first few hundred viewers of her video. I didn’t know a lady going crazy over a mask will become such a trending thing the next day. How many times did it happen that you watched a video after few minutes of it getting uploaded and the next day … Continue reading After in-app messenger, YouTube may introduce Trendsetter badge. But Why?