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Hitachi Emiew3 robot has been announced

  • 12/04/2016 at 22:58 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Hitachi Emiew3 RobotFollowing the release of Pepper, the robot from tech company SoftBank, Hitachi Emiew3 is this week the newest robot arrival. Emiew3 is the latest competitor, and they claim it will be smaller, faster and more agile than its counterpart.

The rush towards robotic relevance is really heating up. Before an industry that was slow to make genuine progress, it seems like all at once we are making leaps and bounds with the tech. Pepper was proof of that incredible jump forward, and now Emiew3 is hoping to even further impress.

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Smaller Devices with Large Specs – Apple iPhone SE and iPad Pro

Apple iPhone SEApple’s recent event showed the company going smaller on the outside. The new iPhone SE and iPad Pro have fallen in size, a change from the previous releases of bigger devices. For some people, bigger devices are great, for others they’re not worth the hassle. Having the big device and then learning it doesn’t fit into your pocket or takes up too much room in your bag makes the extra size not so convenient. That’s what mobile devices are for, convenience and mobility.

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Sony Playstation VR or the affordable VR Headset alternative

  • 19/03/2016 at 05:04 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Sony PlayStation VRSony has been one of the top gaming consoles makers for many years now. In that time, gaming and gaming hardware has changed so much, from the quality of the graphics to what’s possible with gameplay and connectivity. Virtual reality (VR) is a new platform that is yet to be explored, where potentials are yet to be realised, and whose development allows the imagination to run wild. Sony PlayStation VR is one of those devices.

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Why Microsoft brings SQL Server to Linux

  • 13/03/2016 at 23:05 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft has announced that it is bringing SQL Server to Linux. This is a move that will mean that different platforms will be able to connect more consistently between Windows Server and Linux. Linux is the most popular open source operating system and a number of business use Linux based servers.

SQL Server 2016 has been improved in a range of ways. Security encryption as been enhanced to allow data to be encrypted when still, in motion and in memory. Data warehousing performance as been improved. Employees will have Business Intelligence (BI) on whatever device they use (iOS, Android and Windows). New R support will allow customers to perform predictive analytics on operational and analytic data in real time. Cloud capabilities have been improved that allow customers to use hybrid architectures to partition data workloads whether they’re in the workplace or accessing information via the cloud.

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The end of Moore’s Law – A History and what comes next

  • 16/02/2016 at 01:50 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Moores Law Transistors Per Area 2015There’s a change happening in the semiconductor industry, with Moore’s law no longer being the guiding ideology. Could this mean the end of Moore’s Law? Let’s find out together.

Moore’s law started in the 1960s by Gordon Moore and kick-started the information-technology revolution that has grown ever since. Semiconductors make digital devices work, without them computers, smartphones and devices in the Internet of Things wouldn’t be possible.

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Enhance Your TV Experience with DreamScreen Smart LED Backlighting

DreamScreen Smart LED BacklightingTV sets are improving rapidly. The image and picture quality is amazing in newer TVs. Most people don’t update their TVs until the sets aren’t working. The DreamScreen is designed to enhance the image of your TV. This device can improve movies, TV, video games and music film clips using LED lighting and can connect to any TV configuration with HDMI.

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Ubuntu Tablet with Convergence can be used as PC

Ubuntu TabletGood news everybody: Canonical has announced the new Ubuntu tablet. It can be instantly turned into a desktop PC just by connecting a keyboard and a mouse. Sounds nice? You can even add a monitor to the mix to get the full PC experience from the tablet.

This is one different way of looking at these multipurpose devices unlike the convertibles released by Asus (Asus  Transformer series) or Microsoft (Surface Book). The lines between smartphones, tablets and laptops are getting blurred everyday with the release of each new device. A close similar experience on the Windows side can be found with the Windows 10 phones with ‘Continuum for Phones’. In that case, the user has to plug the Windows Phone to a dock that is connected to a monitor, a keyboard and a mouse. That phone is already available in the market.

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