aerospace, Breaking, Entertainment, Intel, Internet of Things (IoT), Mobile, Mobile Computing, News, VR World

Intel Drones Fly Around the Campfire

There is dark and there is light. Fire. How long is it in human hands? Out there, at night, by the campfire. Magic of this entire, beautiful and sometimes dreadful world around us. Fire can put us in a bubble. Glittering stories that seem like they starting right there behind us, when we step into the darkness. Or perhaps silence by the campfire. Warmth and we with ourselves. How much today we have improved as people, become more noble than, lets say, Chinese people from the 12th century when they invented fireworks? Talk about the fire on the website dealing with the last cries of

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Audio/Video, Augmented Reality (AR), Auto, Breaking, Entertainment, Hardware, Internet, Mobile, News, startups, Virtual Reality (VR), Wearables

360fly and RaceRender Linkup Brings Immersive Racing Videos

“I think there are lot of things that can be done around gaming, VR [Virtual Reality] and AR [Augmented Reality].” said Greg Maffei, CEO of Liberty Media. “There’s an enormous amount of video feed and data that we have about the races that we are already capturing that we are not in any way processing incrementally for the dedicated fan, or opportunities around things like gambling.” When such words come from the co-owner of FIA Formula E Championship, and the new owner of Formula One World Championship i.e. F1 it is clear that the way how we consume sports is going to change in the future

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2015, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Event, Mobile Computing, VR World

Two Lost Kids; Two New Wearable Tracking Devices at CES 2015

Wearable devices are being used to keep track of wandering children. CES showcases two competing companies with differing visions who are vying for your dollars.

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Android, Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Software Programs, Space and Science, VR World

What Android and Parkinson’s Disease Have in Common

Parkinson's Android

The University of Rochester Medical Center Smartphone-PD study is partnering Android smartphones with Parkinson’s disease research professionals. Your voice recorded via the digital microphone in your phone, run through software developed by the Non-Linearity and Complexity Research Group at Aston University coupled with machine learning can quantify where a person lies between health and disease. This news comes from Dr. Max Little of Aston in Birmingham, England. The recent revelation that Robin Williams was diagnosed with Parkinson`s has again brought attention to the disease. Research has shown a definite connection between Parkinson’s disease (PD) a degenerative motor system disorder and speech impairment. PD causes tremors,

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Business, Cloud Computing, Entertainment, VR World

Snapchat Lied, Your Images are Saved, Settles with FTC

Snapchat Logo

So, you know the whole premise that Snapchat is based upon? The fact that you can set a timer for an image and once that image’s time disappears, so does the image? And that somehow is supposed to prevent people from potentially saving those embarrassing or racy photos? Well, that was all a big fat lie. In a settlement that Snapchat has reached with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) they have agreed to a whole host of regulations and oversight of the company’s privacy and security policies since they had misled consumers about both. In fact, Snapchat’s security and privacy will be monitored closely for

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Audio/Video, Hardware, Mobile Computing, VR World

NAB 2014: DJI Launches Phantom 2 Vision Plus with Gimbal and GPS

At NAB 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada, DJI, the maker of the Phantom 2 Vision announced their latest addition to their quadrocopter lineup, the creatively named Phantom 2 Vision Plus. This quadrocopter takes a lot of the features of its predecessor and improves upon them in ways that enables film makers and serious videographers to be able to capture cinema quality footage from the comfort of a quadrocopter. Enabling shots and angles that would normally require a helicopter rental and thousands of dollars to rent one. The current model, the Phantom 2 Vision can be had at Amazon for a discounted $1,179, down from the

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