Sony has officially unveiled its latest smartband known as SmartBand 2 designed to monitor your health and fitness.
The Smartband2 will keep track of it all. Your heart rate, movements, sleeps, even your moments of calm and excitement. Then SmartBand 2 will measure your pulse and stress level, so you can decide if today is a day to take it easy or go for it.
SmartBand 2 keeps an eye on your pulse and stress level, checking how your energy rises and falls. Then you can see what keeps you calm, what makes you excited and everything in between. So you can start doing more of what makes you, you.
With an inbuilt heart rate monitor, the SmartBand 2 constantly checks your pulse, whether you’re on the move or sitting at a desk. See what activities raise your heart rate, and how your heart returns to its normal resting rate.
Google has introduced OnHub WI-FI router the help you stream and share in new ways our old routers were never built to handle.
In partnership with TP-LINK, Google launched OnHub, a different kind of router for a new way to Wi-Fi. Instead of headaches and spotty connections, OnHub gives you Wi-Fi that’s fast, secure, and easy to use.
Designed for the Home
Many of us keep our router on the floor and out of sight, where it doesn’t work as well. We replaced unruly cords and blinking lights with internal antennas and subtle, useful lighting, so you’ll be happy placing OnHub out in the open, where your router performs its best.
The mighty Samsung unveiled series of branded, sophisticated USB Flash Drives (UFD) that come in 3 different versions. Each is having a certain group of people to captivate. The flash drives are fully equipped with robust Samsung NAND flash technology and very compatible with USB 3.0 and 2.0 drives.
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Hypersound is a new kind of speaker system invented by actual wizards, that uses magic to create a sound that can only be heard when standing in one spot in the room. Take a few steps to the side and the sound vanishes entirely. Stick your head back into the invisible audio bubble and you'll feel like a ghost has slipped a spectral surround sound headset over your ears.
It's the uncanny thing, a kind of sound that's entirely counter-intuitive and in abject defiance of any understanding of how a speaker system should work. Instead of sounds coming out of a box and travelling across the room to your ears, they spring forth from a spooky spot of seemingly haunted air.
The technology on which Hypersound is based was created decades ago by serial inventor (and not an actual wizard) Woody Norris, and its applications vary hugely. For example, the speakers are already being used in stores in the US to advertise Call of Duty solely to any person standing in front of a cardboard cutout of Kevin Spacey, much to the relief of store staff who no longer have to hear the same ten seconds of audio repeated a thousand times during their nine to five shifts.
Dell Chromebook 11 featuring a 180-degree hinge, protection from drops and spills and excellent battery life.
Google’s latest Chromebook laptop will be specially designed for corporate customers in an effort to get more workers off machines powered by Microsoft’s dominant Windows software.
Google Inc. is trying to win over corporate customers with the Dell Chromebook 13, which offers more flexibility to run a variety of apps that haven’t been easily accessible on previous Chromebooks. The laptops also offer more controls for corporate administrators to limit access and set rules for how workers can use them.