Emerging Technologies, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

The Beautiful Side Of Self Driving Cars

The Beautiful Side Of Self Driving Cars

Self Driving Cars Are Kind Of Shy Being inside of a self driving car does not feel at all dangerous but somehow cautious. It drives slowly deliberately and you got the impression that it’s more likely to annoy other drivers than to harm them. Levels

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Android Wear Complete Guide, Android Wear OS for Wearables, Wearable Smartwatches and Wristbands

Android Wear The Complete Guide: Part V – Android Wear App And Google Now

Android Wear The Complete Guide: Part V – Android Wear App And Google Now

With the Android Wear Phone app installed on your smartphone, you can instantly connect your Android Wear device to your phone, allowing it to access all of your device’s apps. The Android Wear Phone app is a necessary instalment if you want to use a Wear device with your smartphone. The app

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Future Technologies, Hardware Development

IBM Is Building The World’s Most Advanced Computer Chip

IBM Is Building The World’s Most Advanced Computer Chip

IBM, not Intel, says it has created the world’s densest computer chips, at just 7-nanometers. By comparison, competitors like Intel have been struggling to shrink their consumer chips down below 14-nanometers. The company is currently commercialising 10-nanometer chips. The announcement, made on behalf of an international consortium led by IBM, the giant

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Apple Watch, Software Development in Wearables, Wearable Smartwatches and Wristbands

Apple Pay Launches In The UK: Everything You Need to Know

apple pay now available in the uk

It’s been a while coming, but Apple Pay is now live in the UK. If you own an iPhone 6, 6 Plus, or an Apple Watch connected to an older iPhone, you now have the option of paying for purchases without cards or cash. The

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Software Development in Wearables, Wearable Smartwatches and Wristbands

Microsoft Research Has Found A Solution To Improve Wearable’s Battery Life

microsoft band wearable battery life

As part of Microsoft’s WearDrive project, researchers have found a way to increase the battery life of wearable technology, such as fitness trackers, using a RAM-based system that doesn’t rely on a new battery. According to a paper that Microsoft Research employees Ranveer Chandra and Anirudh Badam will present

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