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Thursday, December 1, 2016

See 5 New Inventions



The inventions you can watch on the video below are:


Inventions:

1. iKeybo: World's Most Advanced Projection Keyboard and Piano. The world’s first virtual laser projection multilingual keyboard, virtual piano, and portable charger. All Together.

2. BumpOut: The Truly Portable Speaker that Bumps. Innovative Motorized Expansion Technology. 

Powerful, high quality sound that fits in your pocket.
 
3. Xcape: Folding E-Scooter for Smart Urban Commuting. Goes 15 mph. Folds up in ONE second and fits anywhere. The green way to commute with ease and FUN! 

4. Levitation: World's First Bionic Knee Brace by Spring Loaded. We wanted to make something that would change people's lives in a big way. 

5. Airflow: World's First Airflow Audio Wireless Headphones. Airflow audio delivers sound detail that will change the way you experience music.




Taiwan: Asustek plans to officially launch Zenbo robots in late 2016.



Asustek Computer has officially kicked off its Zenbo robot developer program with the release of the Zenbo software development kit (SDK) and Zenbo developer tools, according to the company.

With the Zenbo SDK, developers can control many of Zenbo's capabilities, including active mobility, 3D vision detection, facial expressions, gestures, and verbal communication, to create their own apps.

The Zenbo SDK consists of DDE Editor, App Builder, and Story Editor. DDE Editor helps developers design and test their apps, and also serves as a platform for publishing app dialog scripts. 

App Builder's visual programming logic interface improves application development efficiency as well as letting developers easily control Zenbo's actions, expressions, sensors, and other functions.

The Story Editor provides a software framework and timeline based interface that enables developers to create and edit stories for Zenbo.

Asustek plans to officially launch Zenbo robots in the Taiwan market before year-end 2016.


Foxconn to ship 60.000 Pepper robots.






Foxconn Electronics is expected to ship a total of 60,000 Pepper robots from its plant in Shandong, China in 2016, valued at US$500 million, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report.

The Shandong plant is currently rolling out 2,000 Pepper robots a month and is shipping the robots to the US and Europe, in addition to the initial markets in Japan and Taiwan.

The Pepper is developed by Japan-based SoftBank Robotics Holdings (SBRH), of which Foxconn and the Alibaba Group have a 20% stake each.

In addition to the Pepper robots, Foxconn has also begun volume production of a toddler-care mini robot, the ibotn, which is developed by Taiwan ShouDe International Electronics.

Production of the ibotn robots will reach 5,000 units a month by the second quarter of 2017.


Apple reducing orders for the iPhone 7.




Information coming from Taiwan is saying Apple is reducing orders of the iPhone 7 since sales are fading.

The strong demand momentum of the device is just finished It was in part for the black and jet black colors and the mishap brought upon by Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Market rumors have indicated that the next generation iPhone will come with OLED displays, glass cases, dual-lens cameras, enhanced CPUs, and advanced sensors, while supporting mixed reality (MR) and wireless charging technologies.

Affected by consumers' high expectations on the next generation iPhone, makers in the supply chain are mostly conservative about the shipment outlook for the iPhone 7 in the first half of 2017, expecting shipments in this six-month period to be at least five million units less than those shipped in the second half of 2016.  

Demand for the iPhone 7 devices in China and other markets has scaled down significantly since their launch less than three months ago.




Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Nokia and Hewlett Packard Enterprise expand collaboration on IoT solutions.




Nokia and Hewlett Packard Enterprise expand collaboration on Enterprise of Things.
  • Companies will focus on IoT solutions for smart city and industrial/manufacturing customers, with initial offerings planned for early 2017
  • Partnership strengthens portfolios of both companies and go-to-market capabilities in market forecast to reach 161 billion USD by 20201
  • Current partnership includes deals with more than 25 service provider and enterprise customers

Espoo, Finland and Palo Alto, Calif. - Nokia and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced a strategic collaboration on Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for enterprise customers.

The companies will jointly market and sell solutions for two IoT vertical enterprise segments, including industrial/manufacturing and smart city applications. They will provide industrial/manufacturing customers with solutions for asset management, smart manufacturing, remote site automation and predictive maintenance, and enhanced networking choices for improved connectivity for smart city solutions, such as smart lighting and smart buildings.

According to research firm Markets and Markets, the IoT market for smart cities and manufacturing will reach USD 161 billion by 2020. The markets will grow as manufacturing companies use IoT to improve productivity in the production process and the supply chain, and as cities with growing populations use IoT to improve operational efficiency, maintain and protect their infrastructure, and operate in a sustainable manner.

The joint offerings combine connectivity, core networking, data aggregation and compute technologies from Nokia and HPE. The companies are currently working on a proof-of-concept for smart cities, combining Nokia's routing capabilities with HPE's Hybrid IT capabilities for joint project delivery models.

The IoT partnership extends the existing collaboration between the two organizations, which to date includes end-to-end deals with 25 enterprise and service provider customers, and more than 30 proof-of-concepts.

Kathrin Buvac, chief strategy officer at Nokia, said: "We are pleased to extend our partnership with HPE into the IoT space. HPE's market presence offers Nokia expedited and increased access to the enterprise market and target verticals along with a complimentary portfolio of products and services."

Antonio Neri, executive vice president, Head of Enterprise Group at HPE, said: "The addition of Nokia to the HPE IoT partner ecosystem will bring broader choice and market-leading technologies to our joint customers. HPE and Nokia have a long history of innovation that will help our customers through their journey of digitization."

HPE has joined Nokia's IoT Community (www.iotcommunity.com), an ecosystem of innovative companies collaborating on solution concepts, end-to-end prototypes, business models and market trials that will unleash the full potential of IoT. Nokia is joining part of HPE's IoT initiative within HPE's industry leading Partner Ready program.

The joint solutions will be ready to market from early 2017 onwards.

About Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is an industry leading technology company that enables customers to go further, faster. With the industry's most comprehensive portfolio, spanning the cloud to the datacenter to workplace applications, our technology and services help customers around the world make IT more efficient, more productive and more secure. 

About Nokia
Nokia is a global leader in creating the technologies at the heart of our connected world. Powered by the research and innovation of Nokia Bell Labs, we serve communications service providers, governments, large enterprises and consumers, with the industry's most complete, end-to-end portfolio of products, services and licensing.

From the enabling infrastructure for 5G and the Internet of Things, to emerging applications in virtual reality and digital health, we are shaping the future of technology to transform the human experience. www.nokia.com

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

USA: The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 2016 DUAL SIM - Factory Unlocked Phone - (Black) is now available.




Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (M-G610M/DS) DUAL SIM - Factory Unlocked Phone - (Black)


Some specifications:
Runs  Exynos 7870 SoC and sports a 5.5-inch HD display. RAM is 3GB, while internal memory options include 16GB and 32GB. In terms of camera, the handset offers a 13MP rear unit and an 8MP front shooter. It runs Android 6.0.1, packs in a 3,300mAh battery, and features a fingerprint sensor 
 This model has a  16GB internal memory:



Full specifications: (Thanks to gsmarena)



LG G6 coming with iris recognition, mobile payment and removable battery.

LG G6 concept.


After LG lose big with the LG G5 ($67 million) , the company needs to blow the competition and will adopt several new technologies, including iris recognition and mobile payment for its upcoming flagship smartphone, G6.

LG recently unveiled a new type of all-in-one module that could serve as both a camera and an iris scanner at the Korea Electronics Show in October. Industry sources predict the technology is likely to be applied to the G6 considering its bigger competitor Samsung’s latest moves to adopt iris recognition in its new devices. 
G6 is also reported to adopt a mobile payment system, dubbed LG Pay, using Magnetic Secure Transmission, or MST solution, similar to Samsung Pay. 
The MST solution allows for easy payment by touching a smartphone to magnetic card readers used in most retail stores. 
LG is also expected to ditch the non-removable battery, which was adopted in the G5 model. It will instead use a removable battery. 
“Unlike strong sales in home appliances and television, LG posted historical losses from its mobile communication unit this year. For a rally in shares, the rebound from G6 is important next year,” said Kim Ji-san, an analyst at Kiwoom Securities.

Noh Keun-chang, a senior analyst at HMC Investment Securities, said, “The speed of loss reduction in the MC unit is critical next year as the TV profitability may go down due to the price stabilization of LCD panels.”