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Control your house with SevenHugs Smart Remote

  • 04/12/2016 at 06:31 by It's a Gadget Staff
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SevenHugs Smart RemoteThere’re remotes to control this, and that and the other. The joke in sitcoms before was that there were too many remotes – But now, there’s even more. Just about everything in the home has a remote now. Sevenhugs saw this problem and figure a solution. The Sevenhugs Smart Remote: The First Remote or Everything.

To start with, the Smart Remote works with lights, TV/media, speakers, thermostats, cams, blinds, fans, locks, sockets, smart hubs, weather, IFTTT, Uber and about 25,000 other devices. That’s control of your entire house in the palm your hand.

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Trump somehow did it…here is what it means for tech companies

Tech EyeThere is no way of avoiding the disdain that will drip from this statement: the US has elected President Donald Trump. As many of us (indeed around the globe, but perhaps most of all so many of us in America) swallow back out bile, let’s take a look at what that means for the tech industry.

Trump: I’ve Got Another Puzzle For You

Not surprisingly, the tech world as a whole has been blown back by this unfathomable win. Almost unanimously, companies spoke out against The First Oompa Loompa President with voices raised.

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Samsung will be releasing a digital AI assistant

  • 08/11/2016 at 23:57 by It's a Gadget Staff
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SamsungSamsung has announced their plans to release their own version of Siri/Cortana, a brand new digital AI assistant set to launch with the Samsung Galaxy S8.

It comes on the tail end of perhaps the most contentious year in Samsung’s history. The continued fires set by the Galaxy 7 has left a sour taste in many mouths. But they hope to change their image with the next incarnation of hte flagship by including a host of new features. One will be a new smart assistant, to compete with other brands.

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Microsoft Surface Studio aims to conquer the creative side of Developers

Microsoft Surface StudioMicrosoft is trying to create a new computing experience with Surface Studio. Using the new 28” PixelSense Display and Surface Dial, this device wants to be on the desktops of creative types.

Surface Studio Hardware

The Surface Studio’s hardware is an i5/i7 Intel Core Processor; up to 4GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M 4GB GDDR5 GPU; and 8/6/32GB RAM.

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Top 5 most exciting Microsoft announcements from today’s event

Windows 10 VRMicrosoft held their fall event today, a highly anticipated one where many of us have been waiting to see if the rumors floating around about the company will be validated. Several of them were, along with a couple of surprise reveals.

Here are the five biggest announcements the company made.

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Human Sound – Earphone Evolution

  • 18/10/2016 at 02:48 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Human SoundBluetooth earphones are good for a lot of reasons. No cables to tangle or break, freedom to move away from your device, simple to connect to whatever you use to play music. Human is taking the evolution of portable music further with Sound.

What is Human Sound?

Sound is an earphone with the design of the ear for the ear.  Think of it like a glove for the ear; the device doesn’t go inside your ear but around. Human’s aim is to create an extension of the ear. The size of the earphones means that there’s more space for hardware. Inside is a proprietary speaker assembly system and advanced PCB.

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Meet Intel’s first commercial Drone: Falcon 8+

  • 14/10/2016 at 01:01 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Intel Falcon 8 DroneIntel is aiming to hit great heights with the Falcon 8+ drone system. Announced by Josh Walden, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s New Technology Group, this drone is for commercial use; built for industrial inspection and surveying. The Falcon 8+ drone is a system made up of the AscTec drone, the Intel Cockpit and Intel Powerpack.

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