SCHAUMBURG, Ill. – Nov. 19, 2013 – Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI), a leading provider of mission-critical communication solutions and services for enterprise and government customers, today announced the RFD5500 UHF RFID sled that can instantly turn the MC55N0, MC55A0, MC65 and MC67 mobile computers into lightweight, rugged, handheld RFID readers that deliver fast read rates and improved productivity for retail storefronts, warehouses and field applications.
We live increasingly virtual lives. As I type this, my external hard drives are home to a library of music, books in PDF form, several movies and my every photo I’ve taken in the last five years.
Once upon a time, floppy discs were adequate enough to store all data, which could be retrieved as and when needed. Now, however, with computers enhancing so much of our daily lives, the storage capacity required is simply too much.
In recent times, when I was at my younger brother’s birthday celebration, my Dad made a reference to developing tinnitus (fundamentally an occasional-level ringing in the ears) and I informed him that I’d made a joke about tinnitus within a recent post (for those interested, the gag was that it made things sound ‘a lttle bit tinny’ – Not amongst my better japes, I acknowledge, but whatever…). He looked at me like I’d just farted in church while I quickly changed the subject.
2013 is going to be the time of AR.
Here near the end of last year, we’re already seeing a speedy adoption of Augmented reality tech. Portable devices like tablet pc’s, mini machines and smart phones are seemingly tailor-made for this new darling of the Information period.
So what is Augmented reality? Well, AR (or ‘augmented reality’ to its associates), is essentially the practise of applying CPU created imagery and/or information onto real life images (at the least the type of AR we are talking here is, nonetheless, its an open-ended phrase, so post your complaints within the remarks section, please). Augmented reality could be applied to newspaper supplements (in order that when the articles or images are watched through a phone app they jump to life and recommend extra content), street corners (like the application which can bring up all relevant information pertaining to a restaurant, including feedback, menus and exclusive offers, just by holding your smart phone in the direction of the eatery itself) and also the night sky (yes, some AR apps will in fact offer scientific statistics and Hubble telescope information on divine bodies and constellations as you view them through your smart phone).
The Xbox Kinect is a great invention. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wanted to take matters into my own hands when playing a video game.
“If I didn’t have to rely on these buttons so damn much” I frequently grumble, “I’d grab that monster and kick it in myself!”
Irrespective of what the version you’re playing is, this gargantuan pie eater will be there, barring your entrance into a new location until you havesolved some mystery or found him something. Now, if this was real life and some fat chunder-monkey was barring my way, I’d grab him by the scruff of the neck and kick seven bells out of him before moving onto the next city. I’m not an especially violent person, but I have things to do, y’know?
You’d believe that the American secret service (being the American secret service and everything) would have access to an earpiece a bit cooler that just the conventional ‘curly cable’ job, wouldn’t you?
If forced, I’ve to state that I often imagine some old fella, like Desmond Llewelyn in the Bond films, (or even a younger model like Ben Whishaw from ‘Skyfall’) producing many of the devices himself after which explaining them to the agents before they go out and guard the President’s life.
Sport video games are the ultimate fan’s revenge. You think that the referee threw the match? Put your money where your mouth is, sport gaming fan. Of course, if you think that Mike Tyson was overvalued, it does not necessarily follow you’d be the man to tell him so. But maybe Mohammed Ali or George Foreman might? Therefore, sport games are born.
One of the oldest games genres, sport games have an enduring application as eternal as sport itself. You just can not go and play for England in the next world cup on the whim, no, that kind of thing takes time, and plane tickets, and days off work, and years in therapy and may even end in any confused divorce. sport games are brilliant for proving your points throughout pub arguments.
2013 can be described as year that will see more persons than ever using Bluetooth headsets and that we’re fully commited to making sure that those folks are using the top existing models. A Bluetooth headphone is a virtual necessity if you wish to conduct business in today’s fast-paced modern market.
First, the basics:
Use Bluetooth technology for a number of different jobs, most notably the wireless shift of data from one device to a different. On the other hand, because Bluetooth only works over relatively short distances, it’s actually much better for connecting headsets to smart phones.
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An innovative modem is being manufactured specifically to be used in Africa.
Launched at this week’s TEDGlobal Expo in Edinburgh, the modem is anticipated to permit a far better level of Web connectivity athwart the continent.
The device, which may be formally called BRCK, will achieve its goals by switching between Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G and normal broadband.
BRCK is developed by Kenyan firm Ushahidi (which translates from Swahili as ‘testimony’). Ushahidi supply open-source application that’s used all the way through a variety of African nations, as well as Japan and South America, amongst the rest.