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iPad Future Through A Specialist’s Eyes - 05/31/2015

At the point when Georg Petschnigg clarifies something, he doesn't simply talk. “He draws”. Furthermore, when he does, he makes tablets look just as transformative as we generally trusted they would be. Petschnigg is a prime supporter of FiftyThree, producer of the iPad outlining application Paper. He was going by the WIRED office to reveal to me Think Kit, a free gathering of instruments that...

Lenovo to Create ChokoPrinter - 05/29/2015

Top managers of the Chinese company Lenovo, amid the global drop in sales of smart phones and laptops, decided to take a new niche. They are considering the production of 3D-printers, which can print a chocolate rabbit figurines and smart shoe that determine the mood of its owner. By 2020, the global market for such electronic devices is going to reach, by the most conservative estimates, the...

Tractica: An Insight Into Technology And Human Interaction - 05/28/2015

Human interaction with technology has been seemingly on the rise. This has been one of the most noticeable aspects since the level of interaction is far beyond the recognition of incipient forces. Tractica provides us with the vision that enables one to view things from a different perspective altogether. Boulder, Colorado – 21 May 2015 – Bussiness Wire reports that connected wearable “patches”...

Four New Cultural Trends for Mass Media and Each of Us - 05/25/2015

The New York agency sparks & honey which is engaged in tracking cultural tendencies worldwide highlighted 5 main current trends especially actual for the USA and Great Britain. 1. The functional furniture to save the world According to World Health Organization, by 2017, the biggest part of megalopolises citizens will live in smaller houses. In this regard, brands started letting out the...

Microsoft unveils new Outlook , Sway feature - 05/23/2015

American technology company Microsoft has released the new look of its messaging service Outlook .   The company announced earlier that the service will get design revamp and a range of new features. The new look includes a more refined inbox, featuring "Clutter", which can be trained to organize messages and place those most likely to be ignored in a separate folder. There are other new...

A Music Lover's Dream: the Gadget that Can Read Your Mind - 05/19/2015

From now on, the numerous music lovers of the world, finally, will be able to communicate with their musical gadget that plays their favorite songs. Let me remind you that a clever speaker Aether was created through the efforts of former engineers from companies such as Apple, Nokia and Google, and its key feature is the intelligent mechanism closer to the user. The speaker literally studies its...

NASA unveils specs of latest drone prototype - 05/14/2015

American space investigation agency NASA has unveiled the latest drone prototype called GL-10.   The drone, popularly called as Greased Lightning, is considered one of the best unmanned vehicle (UAV) concept from NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. Run on battery, the drone has a 10-foot wingspan, 10 electric motors and weighs 28kg at takeoff. The drone even has a...

Cur: Kill Pain with Electroshock - 05/14/2015

The plaster blocks pain with electrical pulses which it sends to the nerve cells. Developers from United States created the smart patch Cur, which blocks pain by electricity. Amazing innovation, which is designed to help people with chronic pain, soon goes on sale , what was reported by Digital Trends May 14. The wearable was developed by a bioengineering expert Sean Rahimi. Cur muffles pain by...

Want To Make A Call? Just Hold Up Your ‘Smart’ Wrist Watch - 05/12/2015

Charity Delich writes about the new features of the latest Apple Watch that will be realised soon; although only the privileged ones who have pre-ordered the same can sport it as the production runs are already “sold out” preceding the market launch event. Thestrategist.media – 11 May 2015 – Charity Delich, “the marketing and public relations manager” at “Strategy+Bussiness”, reports that the...

3D-Printed Airway Splints Cure Deadly Trachealbroncomalacia - 05/09/2015

Dr. Green and his team find another medical usage of 3D printers, as their research with three dimensional printed airway splints have cured infants from “life-threatening” trachealbroncomalacia. Thestrategist.media – 06 May 2015 – Alexandria Hein of Fox News reports about a research study on “3D- printed” devices being saviour life threatening medical conditions which was published by the...
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