Technology

Elon Musk wants to merge the Brain and Artificial Intelligence

  • 23/04/2017 at 04:15 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Elon MuskTechnology is evolving, and we are still learning what’s possible and what’s not. Elon Musk, Space X, and Tesla CEO spoke in detail about NeuraLink Corp. This venture from Musk wants to combine the human brain with artificial intelligence.

To start with, Musk aims to develop technology to help people with disabilities (Like stroke, brain legions and other issues that stop the brain communicating with the body properly) to regain body movement and function. The dream is not anything new, but Musk aims to have this done and ready in four years.

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Apple releases details on new iPad, updates on iPhone 7 and Watch

  • 23/03/2017 at 01:26 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Apple iPad 2017Apple has announced new features on their latest iPad, as well as updates to their iPhone 7 and iPhone 7+, and their Apple Watch.

The iPads New Focus On Display

The biggest news is probably the 9.7 inch retina display on the latest iPad incarnation. Though tablets are becoming a dime a dozen on the market, Apple has managed to keep a firm lead in quality over many of the brands popular today. The iPad is a staple in the tech, and they have been working to improve their display features for awhile.

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The Perfect Gadget for Selfies – The Selfly

  • 12/03/2017 at 17:06 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Selfy CameraPeople love a selfie and drones, and a new gadget called Selfly is a drone that takes photos. Connect the case to your smartphone, control the device using the app, and take pictures that you could not before.

Selfly is an autonomous flying camera and a phone case. The use of Selfly is simple – Have the gadget on your phone, click off the camera when you want to take a photo, tell the drone what to do via an app and let the gadget do what it does.

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Best of Mobile World Conference 2017

Samsung Gear VR 2017Mobile World Conference 2017 (MWC) was full of awesome new releases and teasers for the latest in mobile tech. Now it is time to look back and try to pick out the best. With so much cool consumer tech coming out, it will be hard to choose.

Samsung Gear VR

Samsung has jumped in bed with Oculus to offer their first ever VR headset, complete with a controller. This is a serious move in the virtual reality world, putting one of the biggest names in mobile innovation directly into the realm of gaming.

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Facebook isn’t about to fail, you guys

  • 23/02/2017 at 00:53 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Facebook is ClutteredI have read several editorials and blog posts over the past several months involving Facebook. One of the presiding claims is that the social media world is due for another shakeup, and Facebook will be the empire that falls. But I don’t think that is true at all.

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Bill Gates shares Microsoft’s Focus and Future

  • 19/02/2017 at 19:16 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Bill GatesMicrosoft has been in the digital game a long time, and Bill Gates was there at the start. Gates is still there now, thinking and focusing on what’s happening now and what’s coming next. Currently, Gates is a board member, significant shareholder, and part-time technology adviser.

What Microsoft was once it now isn’t. For years, Windows was the primary operating system for desktops and laptops around the world; Microsoft Office was seemingly in every workplace and on every computer; A lot of people’s learning in the digital world was on Windows PCs, their first steps into this technology accompanied by the Windows start up chime.

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Ping prides itself with the smallest GPS Tracker

  • 18/02/2017 at 03:34 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Ping GPS TrackerThere’s a range of GPS locators on the market, but they’re not quite what people want yet. Ping, The World’s Smallest Global Locator, aims to improve what a GPS locator can do dramatically. As small as a coin and able to point you to its location anywhere in the world, Ping is a big leap from its competition.

The size is tiny, measuring 34mm x 34 mm x 12mm and weighs 1 ounce. The body is made from PMMA Silicone & Elastomer materials. The device is powered by a rechargeable 300 mAh custom lithium-ion battery that lasts up to 3 months between charges.

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