You will be able to book restaurant reservations and hair appointments and to check holiday hours, everything you’d normally do over the phone with Google Assistant on your behalf. A future feature of Google’s voice assistant,the virtual assistant that’s part of the company’s Android and Google Home devices, is the ability to make an appointment by phone for you. This is the beginning of transforming Google Assistant to become a digital twin of you. Continue reading “Google Assistant Rebranding As Duplex..”
The GPS works so well for cars, ships and even planes, but have you ever wondered how the Sci-Fi space ships find their way in galaxy?? Yeah GPS, help them too, not the Global Positioning System but the Galactic Positioning System which is now under development. NASA’s new autonomous X-ray navigation system could provide deep-space missions with a cosmic version of GPS. Instead of satellite signals, they use X rays from pulsars. Pulsars are a type of dead star having enormous magnetic fields, whose rotation produces X-ray signals with an highly exact rhythm. Pulsars are called “cosmic lighthouses” because their rapid pulse of radio emission is so predictable, that it can be used as a simple straightforward method of Navigation. The system works by combining pulsar pulse data from a reference location such as Earth allowing spaceships to determine their location in space to an accuracy of 3 miles. Continue reading “Galactic Positioning System”
A rare celestial treat will color the skies on January 31,2018, when a Blue Moon, a total lunar eclipse and a super moon all rolled into one. NASA has even dubbed the event a “Super Blue Blood Moon,” as it will occur near when the moon is at its closest point to Earth, a so-called “super moon.” There hasn’t been a triple lineup like this since 1982 and the next won’t occur until 2037.
The first event is a total lunar eclipse that happens on the morning of Jan. 31. This eclipse will be special! The moon will be both “super” and “blue,” and if skies are clear, sky watchers in North America will be able to see all or part of the eclipse.
With Super fast 4G mobile data service both coverage and speed capabilities, we all wonder, what more 5G would do?? 5G is one of the most discussed technologies in this decade ,but do we really need it?? Yes, is my answer as I believe it’s the foundation for the next technological revolution. .. Let’s have a close look of what actually 5G is…
The next evolutionary step in mobile communication technology will hit the market by 2020 and is fondly called 5G. 5G simply stands for fifth generation and refers to the next and newest mobile wireless standard based on the IEEE 802.11ac standard of broadband technology, although a formal standard for 5G is yet to be set. The main difference compared with today’s 4G and 4.5G (LTE advanced) is beyond data speed improvements, it will be focused on IoT and critical communications applications.
The hottest toy of the season, fidget spinner, has made their way into the fingertips of many to help with anxiety attacks.”Fidget spinners” are small, ball-bearing devices that the user can rotate between his or her fingers. Made up of a variety of materials from metal to plastic, designs varying anywhere from 2-5 propellers that surround the center bearing and when spun it maintains its momentum by continuing to spin the object. The most popular of the models happens to be the tri-spinner fidget toy.
Sophia, a human-like robot powered by artificial intelligence (AI), is a creation of the Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics founded by Dr. David Hanson, who used to be a Disney Imagineer. On October 25, 2017, she became the a full citizen of Saudi Arabia, the first robot in the world to achieve such a status. Let’s know more about her…
I believe that the next generation is of Cryptocurrency as they are easily transportable, little to zero transaction fees, no human intervention between payor and payee, high anonymity, and even functionality. Money evolves, like anything else, and the natural evolution of money is always as a store of value that is easier to move, more secure, and more private. Bitcoin Cash is the brand-new entrant in digital currency. It was created on August 1, 2017 through a “hard fork.” I.e. by the splitting of the bitcoin blockchain. A hard fork is when a digital currency splits into two separate currencies. In this case, the original bitcoin split into bitcoin cash as a means of dealing with disagreements in the community over how the technology behind the currency should run.Everyone who held bitcoin before the split was entitled to the same number of “bitcoin cash” tokens, effectively receiving a free dividend. The blockchain split is the culmination of a long-term scaling debate within the digital currency community. Before the split, only 1 megabyte of transactions could be processed at any one time, which led to delays. Thus literally Bitcoin will be basically unaffected by the creation of the new cryptocurrency. Continue reading “Bitcoin Clone Is Here… Bitcoin Cash”
Many of us have experienced, a stoppage of music due to loss of connection while roaming freely in home with your speakers plugged in your ears. Its due to poor connection or poor range of your bluetooth.. But losing connection is a concept of the past with brand new Bluetooth 5. This means that you’ll be in the kitchen with your phone and can start playing music from the speaker in your bedroom. Isn’t the future is so bright???
We all know normal multicopter drones are effective at hovering and Vertical Take-Off and Landing, they can’t travel long-distance as efficiently as aircraft with fixed wings. This has been listed as their main disadvantage. But not any more. A team of students from the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) is trying to get the best of both worlds with the Transformable HOvering Rotorcraft (THOR). Continue reading “Say Hai to THOR…!!!”
Don’t you ever felt frustrated and thought of throwing your phone away due to dying batteries in an emergency?? Here is some news, the recharging challenges with cellphones may get away from the new innovations from US.A team from the University of Washington have developed battery-free phone that can harness power from radio frequency (RF) waves sent to it from a nearby base station. The phone not only harnesses the power it needs to operate from those waves, but can also place a voice call by modifying and reflecting the same waves back to the base station, through a technique known as back scattering. Continue reading “First Generation of Batteryfree Cellphone!!!!”