There’s been a lot of hype about talking devices lately. Internet of Things seems to be the next big thing especially after Google acquired Nest for $3.2 billion.
Such humungous amounts of money being pumped in by the world’s greatest technology giant, give the hype some credibility.
More realism is added to this so-distant sounding buzz when we see Korean giants, known for their technological prowess, readying themselves to join the party.
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The driverless car by Google is an amazing machine. It can pick and drop a passenger from anywhere. One can impose destination limitation and can prevent its misuse. Google did not stop here. Yet, it is thinking of introducing even more amazing features in it. Another interesting thing that the robotic chauffeur can do is its ability to perform self diagnosis when any wear …
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Automation and digitization of everything has been common speak in the past decade. From cellular phones to smart phones and digital diaries to tablets, the world has seen tremendous change in the past few years.
We have productivity apps to make checklists, remind us of important meetings and to share information ten thousand miles away in less than a second.
But should this technology be confined to the realms of phones, tablets and PCs? What about the most basic equipment used almost daily in our lives?
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What is probably the greatest invention of the past decade? No need to look too far, it’s that small device right beside you. Yes, the smartphone – which is revolutionizing the way we interact with the world. It is a Laptop, camera, internet, alarm clock, news reader and much more, all rolled into one, with computing power much more than the PCs of yesteryear.
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What do you do before buying a product on Amazon or any other e-Commerce website? You must go through product reviews. Right?
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On internet, many people believe that hiding their identity boosts their creativity and provides them freedom to express themselves. This is true to a great extent. We see valuable contributions from anonymous and they have made it clear, many times over, that they would not contribute otherwise. However, cyber bullying, character assassination etc, that are …
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A recent report says that almost 88% of the age group of 16-24s own a Smartphone and utilizing it to access internet, playing games, listening to the music and what not. And this is the age group that uses to be found in colleges and universities. Because such a large percentage of students own a …
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According to the World Health Organization, nearly 500 million people worldwide suffer from stress. It has chronic effects and can deteriorate one’s emotional, physical and mental stability.
Stress reduces our sleeps, makes us frustrating, decreases our productivity and these factors affect our growth.
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Samsung is coming up with a new feature in their smartphones in which camera of your smart phone will act as its mouse. They have filed a patent application for this feature and this will alleviate problems that we face while using touch screen of our smart phones and tablets.
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“Self-driving cars will be far safer than human-driven cars” – Sergey Brin (Google’s co-founder) According to Google, its driverless cars are actually safer than human drivers. The various units that it carries under its hood like the obstacle detection unit provides great situational awareness to its computer. Apart from this, the robotic chauffeur carries various types of information in its …
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