Don’t you get annoyed when your smartphones enters into screen locked mode while you were chatting with your friend over Whatsapp because you didn’t interact with it screen for a few seconds?
According to EPA, in the last several years, scientific research has suggested that the indoor air, in which we spend 90% of our time, is more polluted than the outside air. This problem is prevailing even in the largest and most industrialized cities. Thus, the risk to health is conspicuous.
Has this ever happened with you that you saw a beautiful scene or something you wanted to capture, but you missed the opportunity as your smartphones camera was very slow to operate and had taken little bit more time and the opportunity slipped from your palms.
The screen lock in our smartphone provides us lot of convenience viz. it avoids unnecessary inputs and at the same time it saves power consumption and increases battery performance which is very important. Generally when we do not use our screen for a predetermined time interval, then our screen will be locked and smartphone enters …
Now days we use many type of computer programs and communication systems those have notification features.
For example, when we receive an email on Outlook, it notifies us by a visual icon that appears on screen of our computer or may be producing an audible sound.
You might have observed similar notifications for Facebook or Gtalk. However, this feature loses its effectiveness if a user is not present at his desk or is present at a good distance from his system.
We all forget switching-off the television set when we are leaving the room. How cool it would be if the television set itself switch it off. Are we asking a lot. It appears that Sony will soon be solving our problem with their new television. The Sony’s smart TV will be capable of sensing the presence …