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Samsung presents ultra widescreen curved monitor

Samsung presents ultra widescreen curved monitor

Samsung has introduced an ultra-widescreen monitor, The SE790C, 34 inches diagonal, with an aspect ratio of 21: 9, a resolution of 3400 × 1440 (ultra ULTRA-WQHD) and a contrast...

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Smart Shoes, another wearable success

Smart Shoes, another wearable success

Two Indian researchers trained in the United States, have offered for sale smart shoes called LeChal (“take me there” in Hindi), a development with GPS that guides...

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Vivo X5 Max: A wafer thin smartphone

Vivo X5 Max: A wafer thin smartphone

Looking differentiated from other proposals, the Chinese firm introduced the Vivo X5 Max, which for now is the world’s thinnest smartphone, with 4.75 mm thick in most...

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Present a choreography armed with Japanese robots

Present a choreography armed with Japanese robots

A group of cheerleaders robot perfectly synchronized in Tokyo presented a brief show to demonstrate the accuracy of the electronic components of the company that created them. The...

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Microsoft already has a keyboard for any device in which you want to write

Microsoft already has a keyboard for any device in which you want to write

The trend of devices to work is changing in recent years and we work exclusively on desktop computers, laptops, netbooks, ultrabooks and convertible devices. But another...

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Samsung presents ultra widescreen curved monitor

Samsung presents ultra widescreen curved monitor

Samsung has introduced an ultra-widescreen monitor, The SE790C, 34 inches diagonal, with an aspect ratio of 21: 9, a resolution of 3400 × 1440 (ultra ULTRA-WQHD) and a contrast ratio is 3,000: 1. But undoubtedly the most striking feature of this device is that its 3000R curvature (radius of curvature of 3.000mm), following the trend […]

Microsoft Arcadia, ambitious game project in streaming

Microsoft Arcadia, ambitious game project in streaming

Microsoft is working on the Arcadia Project, a service that would offer streaming games on Windows PCs. Arcadia use Microsoft cloud platform Azure to serve Windows PC games. Also a series of applications that have not been mentioned. You know what this is all about. Instead of a local machine, the games would run on […]

Smart Shoes, another wearable success

Smart Shoes, another wearable success

Two Indian researchers trained in the United States, have offered for sale smart shoes called LeChal (“take me there” in Hindi), a development with GPS that guides the user through scheduled routes on Google Maps. Smart shoes have a template with chip that connects via Bluetooth to a smartphone with Android, iOS and Windows Phone. […]

Vivo X5 Max: A wafer thin smartphone

Vivo X5 Max: A wafer thin smartphone

Looking differentiated from other proposals, the Chinese firm introduced the Vivo X5 Max, which for now is the world’s thinnest smartphone, with 4.75 mm thick in most of its body, since the camera sensor protrudes a little. Exceeds well, the Oppo R5, which in October won the title of thinner. In a casing with a […]

Toshiba Portege Z20t: 2-in-1 for 2015

Toshiba Portege Z20t: 2-in-1 for 2015

Toshiba will launch a new tablet or a detachable 12.5 inch laptop with Intel Core M Broadwell processor, and provide up to 16 hours of battery life, early next year. Toshiba has officially unveiled its 2-in-1 computer, indicating that it will be available in the United Kingdom in the first quarter of the year 2015. […]

You can now edit Microsoft Office Documents from Gmail

You can now edit Microsoft Office Documents from Gmail

Google has recently added a new feature to the web version of its popular email service, Gmail. Now, Gmail allows users to edit Microsoft Office documents sent as attachments. While Microsoft is increasing its popularity in the cloud era, Google is trying to cut the ground from under the feet. However, this does seem to […]

iPad Air Plus: A model launched between April and June 2015

iPad Air Plus: A model launched between April and June 2015

For several months as it gets. Indeed, and if one refers to several sources, Apple is working on a larger version of its famous iPad, and that could possibly happen with a 12.2 inch screen. But we have very few details about what the tablet will, or when it will be launched. Today we heard […]

Microsoft already has a keyboard for any device in which you want to write

Microsoft already has a keyboard for any device in which you want to write

The trend of devices to work is changing in recent years and we work exclusively on desktop computers, laptops, netbooks, ultrabooks and convertible devices. But another line also points to the tablets, phablets and smartphones to this trend and so nothing better than enjoying a physical keyboard to have a minimum of efficiency in these […]

If you want to charge your smartphone, please reload the belt

If you want to charge your smartphone, please reload the belt

Where do you usually take your smartphone? Precisely, in the Pocket. It seems logical that we could not get it out to recharge. Said and done. XOO Belt is a crowdfunding project that got a battery on a belt. This external battery that we always put it is integrated into a belt, has a capacity […]

Writing with the mind is possible and opens up all sorts of options for the future

Writing with the mind is possible and opens up all sorts of options for the future

Researchers at the Wadsworth Center in Albany, United States, recently demonstrated in The Verge how to implement a truly unique project: the ability to write on the screen of a computer by simply of our thoughts. Jonathan Wolpaw, a researcher specializing in brain diseases, has developed an interface that among other things would allow people […]