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Philips’ New Motion Sensor Turns On Your Lights When You Walk Into A Room

Philips’ New Motion Sensor Turns On Your Lights When You Walk Into A Room

Samantha August 29, 2016 0

Philips aims to brings us closer to our dream of living in a fully-automatic home. Just when we’ve gotten used to controlling and dimming your smart lights using Siri, Philips now enables us to simply walk into a room to

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Finally Identify And Capture Printed Fonts And Real-Life Colors With The “Spector”

Finally Identify And Capture Printed Fonts And Real-Life Colors With The “Spector”

Samantha July 4, 2016 0

To all designers’ delight, someone finally invented a tool that’s basically like the “Shazam” for typefaces, font size and even colors. Believe it! Introducing The Spector, a “physical eyedropper” invented by designer Fiana O’Leary for her

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“Pong” Comes To Life As Giant Tabletop Game (Video)

“Pong” Comes To Life As Giant Tabletop Game (Video)

Samantha May 30, 2016 0

Holler, ’80s and ’90s kids! A physical, giant, tabletop version of the classic video game “Pong” has now come to life, and you’re going to want to wish that it will be made commercially… and that

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Samsung Patents Contact Lenses With Built-In Camera

Samsung Patents Contact Lenses With Built-In Camera

Samantha April 6, 2016 0

For aspiring secret agents, this could almost be a dream come true. According to the Samsung-focused blog SamMobile, Samsung has finally been granted a patent by the South Korean copyright authority for their development

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Man Builts Robot That Looks Like Scarlett Johansson

Man Builts Robot That Looks Like Scarlett Johansson

Samantha April 4, 2016 0

With self-taught programming skills, 3D printed parts and silicone skin, 42-year-old Ricky Ma successfully created a female humanoid robot that looks a lot like Scarlett Johansson. According to a report by Reuters, the Hong

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Square Launches Credit Card Mobile Reader In Australia

Square Launches Credit Card Mobile Reader In Australia

Samantha March 7, 2016 0

Payments technology company Square is about to change many merchants and buyers’ lives. Just recently, they launched their Square Reader product—a square-shaped device that attaches to any phone or tablet via its headphone jack to

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Uber Plans To Use Smartphones To Check If Driver Is Speeding

Uber Plans To Use Smartphones To Check If Driver Is Speeding

Samantha January 27, 2016 0

As part of their new safety measures, Uber will soon be using smartphones to “verify feedback” from riders who claim that their drivers had been speeding. Using a smartphone’s gyrometers, GPS and accelerometers, Uber’s new program

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New Hydrao Smart Shower Head Cuts Water Usage By Telling You How Much You’ve Used

New Hydrao Smart Shower Head Cuts Water Usage By Telling You How Much You’ve Used

Samantha January 6, 2016 0

Gallons of water are being used up in just a couple of minutes, and although a low-flow shower head may cut that usage by half, it does not keep track of your shower’s water consumption.

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Airports, Colleges Ban Use Of Hoverboards

Airports, Colleges Ban Use Of Hoverboards

Samantha December 23, 2015 0

Less than a month after airlines began banning hoverboards due to safety concerns, colleges have had it with them, too. A private college in Rhode Island spearheads the movement after banning hoverboards in the

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Google Aiming For Drone Package Deliveries In 2017

Google Aiming For Drone Package Deliveries In 2017

Samantha November 1, 2015 0

Wouldn’t it be cool to receive packages from parts of the world via Google drone, let’s say, in two years’ time? Google want to make it happen—and sooner than that. David Vos, the leader

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