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.
Socrates said, “As it is not proper to cure the eyes without the head, nor the head without the body, so neither it is proper to cure the body without the soul.”
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.
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.
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.
Whirlpool is coming up with a special Turbo Chilling Chamber in their refrigerators. This can chill beverages with faster speed without hampering the glass containers or without freezing the liquid into ice or solid form.
Mitsubishi is developing a new AC control device that will help to maintain cooling in premises where multiple ACs are installed. This AC control device is a new product of Mitsubishi’s building automation system (BAS). Apart from AC this device can control multiple refrigerators and helps in providing maximum refrigeration in minimum power consumption.
Samsung is combining Augmented Reality (AR) to provide a unique feature in their upcoming smart phone. A user can get information regarding his location just by capturing an image from his camera. For this new AR enabled smartphone app, Samsung is combining Augmented (AR) Reality with location-based services .
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.
Some companies of the world are constantly incorporating new features in their products and LG Electronics is one among them. There is no doubt in quoting that their new fridges are going to be smart fridges. In their new refrigerators, they are going to provide features like variable pressure in vegetable baskets and ice detection sensors.