Magic Leap Augmented Reality

Secretive Florida-based startup Magic Leap is in the process of expanding its war chest to the tune of $827 million in additional funding, according to documents filed in Delaware today and obtained by private market researcher VC Experts. If successful, Magic Leap's total funding would soar close to $1.4 billion after its initial cash injection of $542 million in a Google-led investment round last fall. Magic Leap has yet to show off any prototypes of its product to the public save to a select few reporters. The device is said to be a type of glasses that can project realistic virtual images in front of the wearer's eyes and intelligently blend the objects with the real world.

google wifi1Google has launched its first wi-fi network in Uganda's capital Kampala, as part of a project to broaden access to affordable high-speed internet.
The company is making the broadband wireless network available to local internet providers, who will then charge customers for access.
The web giant says the network is now live in 120 key locations in Kampala.

 microsoft chakra

Microsoft's open source efforts have been on the rise recently, and the company is making more of its technologies available to the developer community. Now, the Redmond giant has announced through a blog post, that it will be releasing the source code of the core components of the Chakra JavaScript engine on GitHub next month under the name ChakraCore.

Long restricted to the academic domain, Li-Fi, a light-based data delivery method is suddenly getting all sorts of attention. An Estonian startup Velmenni recently tested an commercial implementation and found it to be superior to Wi-Fi in almost every way – except as something you and I will probably ever use.
Velmenni’s technology, called Jungru, uses an LED bulb and transmits data at gigabit speed. It has a theoretical speed of 224 gigabytes per second, the BBC reported. While the Jungru product is commercially viable, it is still based on what seems to be a laboratory-grade MATLAB and Simulink setup paired with photodiodes as opposed to a final product which must transmit data in real world environments full of light pollution and other variables.

lenovo razer

Lenovo, one of the world's largest PC vendors, announced today that it will collaborate with the gaming company Razer to produce special Razer Editions of Lenovo's Y Series of peripherals and PCs for Windows 10 gamers.
The recent announcement was accompanied by a Razer Edition gaming desktop PC prototype, as seen in the image posted below, that is projected for launch at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show in January 2016.