Nokia is Back. The Former King of Phones has officially announced its plans to make a Comeback into the world of Smartphones and Tablets with Android as it’s OS.
The Internet Of Things (or IoT) is a popular topic in conversations about technological innovation these days. And with the IoT seemingly on the cusp of massive expansion and widespread integration, it’s viewed by some as one of the most interesting aspects of technology to keep an eye on in 2016. So here are some things to know about where the IoT is headed and where it still requires improvement.
Technology had a rather interesting 2015. There were a lot of areas that gathered the attention of the masses. There were a lot of developments in many upcoming, rising areas of Tech and there were also a lot of improvements in existing tech. So, to round off 2015, lets take a look at some of the top trends that happened in Technology.
Looks like the world’s biggest PC maker is getting serious about gaming, and it’s teaming up with the Gamer’s favorite peripherals brands to help it establish its legitimacy.
Imagine Walking to Your House and it automatically let’s you in thanks to your smart home, which has a facial-recognition camera at the door that matches information with a preregistered list of approved visitors, so as to open the door automatically.
This Stuff is not a Science Fiction Story but rather a reality of the Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town (SST), 51km southwest of Tokyo, on Kanagawa Prefecture’s Shonan coast. The 60-billion-yen (Dh1.85-billion) development – the first of its kind in the world – is a 120-house-strong town that will expand to 1,000 homes housing 3,000 people when the project is completed by 2018.
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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 12,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.